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JayBe
28-08-2004, 11:20 AM
Hi,

after having seen the movie "King Arthur" i searched the net for Keira Knightley pages and finally landed on this well tendet website.

First of all, i want to thank the webmasters and the hole community for creating such a fully informational databank of the faboulus actress, Keira Knighley.

Ok, i think it's time to stop all of the kissing up to the webmasters ( :icon-mrgr ) and to begin introducing myself:
I'm an 18 year-old german boy, who lives in a small town called "Krumbach" in english it could be called "Awry-Brook" or something like that. This very night-active town, (we got 6 bars!!!!) :icon_surp lies in Bavaria, the south of germany, near Augsburg. I'm still going to school and I'll complete it next summer to beign my studies. Don't ask me what my studies will be...I hope there will be one day I get to know it. ;)

I think thats enough about me, who really wants to know more about a german boy living in a small town, eh ;)

To complete this introducing message i want to ask you, the community, 2 questions:

1. Do you like my english skills, i tried hard to do my best on this post :read:
2. Are there any other german people in this community?

Thanks for reading.

greetings

JayBe

Ardnax
28-08-2004, 11:38 AM
Welcome!
1. I think your english is good.
2. I don't know, sorry, but I'm not from germany.

AureaMediocritas
28-08-2004, 12:00 PM
1. You are writing correct English - apart from unimportant details.
Nevertheless , your style is somehow clumsy (so is mine) and several phrasal
constructions have been carelessly transposed directly from German :P
Don't take this too seriously , I am certainly not in the right position to teach you some English.

2. Ja es gibt noch ein paar andere Deutsche welche sich hier registriert haben.

Still have fun , Jerry !

Sarah
28-08-2004, 12:26 PM
Jaybe your english is fine.

Welcome to the forums!

frodo1511
28-08-2004, 02:49 PM
1. Yes, good spelling/grammer to you,jaybe
2. I'm 1/3 German, does that count?(plus, I've got basic knowledge of the language)

Liam
28-08-2004, 02:58 PM
Scary.

Yet another foreigner who speaks better English than me.

meegaan1
28-08-2004, 06:16 PM
Your English is very good, better than my little sister's English, at least.

Lil' Lady Chaz
28-08-2004, 08:10 PM
YO!

1- your English is gr8
2- yes I have German in me

Elijahfan
28-08-2004, 08:26 PM
wow your english is very good, i'm not german but welcome to the forums

Narzys
28-08-2004, 10:30 PM
1. My English isn't also one of the best here :)
2. I'm not German (I'm you neighbour, left one - Netherlands)

Hi. Have fun here!

Liam
29-08-2004, 01:25 PM
Do ignore my constant 109 inferiority jibes.

Der esel hat meine melona gestohlen.

Leonie
01-09-2004, 02:11 PM
Do ignore my constant 109 inferiority jibes.

Der esel hat meine melona gestohlen.

Liam... Der Esel hat deine Melona gestohlen... Capitals my friend :p

1. Your English is great, although I'm not the one to judge.
2. I'm not German, however, I speak the language :)

skykInsomnio
02-09-2004, 12:09 PM
hello and welcome to the forums :)

1. cant really judge this, but it sounds good :)
2. ich bin einer davon ^^