bender wrote:Ok, English is Unilang's lingua franca and we're using English all the time to communicate here, but even so I feel like I need some extra practicing... I hope this will be also the place for natives and others to point out the mistakes I make in other threads and perhaps make comments about style.
My interests are languages (obviously!), music (disco, pop, rock, britpop, Brazilian music, etc.), movies, culture in general, gay lifestyle, computer, mathematics, etc...
traveller wrote:There's nothing gramatically incorrect with what you wrote. But you if want to sound a bit more natural from a written-point of view, I would recommend the following:
Car wrote:In a mailing list, someone mentioned Brazilian musicians and I downloaded some of them (I don't think I can buy them here...), but when I burned them on a CD, something went wrong. They are somehow on it, but I can't listen to them, I can only see them in my burning programme.
Car wrote:I'm not very much into the technical side of computers.
bender wrote:Do you remember the name of those you like better?
bender wrote:Wow, you know a lot about computers... What do you study at Uni?
bender wrote:What do you mean by "technical side of computers"? Isn't programming technical?
ttomm wrote:For example, are the following to be counted as distinct words?
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