IP: *.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl 09.09.03, 11:53
www.nature.com/nsu/030901/030901-12.html
Obserwuj wątek
    • Gość: m "jumbled word-drawer" IP: *.awesome.dialup.pol.co.uk 09.09.03, 15:52
      "..with a highly defficient system of rifling through it"

      Certainly myself...

      read this one too?

      www.nature.com/nsu/990617/990617-6.html
      thanks, enjoyed
      I have to admit to a cultural/social discrimination I usually fall prey to.
      Out of choice of course.
      I choose my mates by the accents, ie a-v-o-i-d-i-n-g native speakers.
      Not because I cannot understand them, just because I feel they might
      also be misfits and hybrids like myself, unearthed from their own cultures,
      therefore more likely to share my attitudes, passions etc

      What do u think?
      • Gość: al drawers and companions IP: *.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl 12.09.03, 16:31
        Gość portalu: m napisał(a):

        > "..with a highly defficient system of rifling through it"
        >
        > Certainly myself...
        > read this one too?

        www.nature.com/nsu/990617/990617-6.html
        > thanks, enjoyed

        I cannot compare similarities of the described processess with my own as I'm
        not bilingual, while my father is (Polish/French). Whenever he makes
        calculations (e.g. multiplication, subtraction, etc.) he always does it in
        French.


        > I have to admit to a cultural/social discrimination I usually fall prey to.
        > Out of choice of course.
        > I choose my mates by the accents, ie a-v-o-i-d-i-n-g native speakers.
        > Not because I cannot understand them, just because I feel they might
        > also be misfits and hybrids like myself, unearthed from their own cultures,
        > therefore more likely to share my attitudes, passions etc
        >
        > What do u think?

        I would rather choose them conversely than you. Being not bilingual I care
        about taking advantage of the best examples.


        • Gość: m best examples? IP: *.babbelas.dialup.pol.co.uk 14.09.03, 14:29
          Explain yourself please.
          In terms of learning the language, perhaps. But I am talking.. socially..
          The psychology of choosing one's companions when you're an expat.
          And that entails some language politics too.
          I tend to use Polish numerals sometimes too, but English became my
          first language many years ago.
          My daughter however, who was born in UK, is trilingual, speaking fluently
          2 other Central and Eastern European languages.
          You should see a puzzled look on her face when her ethnic legacy puts
          her at an advantage when any other language from those areas is being
          spoken around her and she does not quite understand whay is it that she
          does?!


          Gos´c´ portalu: al napisa?(a):

          > Gos´c´ portalu: m napisa?(a):
          >
          > > "..with a highly defficient system of rifling through it"
          > >
          > > Certainly myself...
          > > read this one too?
          >
          > www.nature.com/nsu/990617/990617-6.html
          > > thanks, enjoyed
          >
          > I cannot compare similarities of the described processess with my own
          as I'm
          > not bilingual, while my father is (Polish/French). Whenever he makes
          > calculations (e.g. multiplication, subtraction, etc.) he always does it in
          > French.
          >
          >
          > > I have to admit to a cultural/social discrimination I usually fall prey to
          > .
          > > Out of choice of course.
          > > I choose my mates by the accents, ie a-v-o-i-d-i-n-g native speakers.
          > > Not because I cannot understand them, just because I feel they might
          > > also be misfits and hybrids like myself, unearthed from their own
          cultures
          > ,
          > > therefore more likely to share my attitudes, passions etc
          > >
          > > What do u think?
          >
          > I would rather choose them conversely than you. Being not bilingual I
          care
          > about taking advantage of the best examples.
          >
          >
          • Gość: al siur :) IP: *.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl 16.09.03, 09:41
            Gość portalu: m napisał(a):

            > Explain yourself please.
            > In terms of learning the language, perhaps.
            That's exacltly what I mean.
            > But I am talking.. socially..
            Then I agree with you.
            > The psychology of choosing one's companions when you're an expat.
            > And that entails some language politics too.
            > I tend to use Polish numerals sometimes too, but English became my
            > first language many years ago.
            > My daughter however, who was born in UK, is trilingual, speaking fluently
            > 2 other Central and Eastern European languages.
            > You should see a puzzled look on her face when her ethnic legacy puts
            > her at an advantage when any other language from those areas is being
            > spoken around her and she does not quite understand whay is it that she
            > does?!
            Well, my conclusion is that the best results in learnig languages are achieved
            when one starts to learn them in the earliest childhood.
Inne wątki na temat:

Nie pamiętasz hasła

lub ?

 

Nie masz jeszcze konta? Zarejestruj się

Nakarm Pajacyka