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    Quote Originally Posted by rakib567 View Post
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    Chronological. The rank would be Pipa, Treze and Robbie
    Next year our goal is treble. What an amazing time to be a Juve Fan

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    Normally takes years for me to bring a player into my heart, but it was almost instant with this guy. He embodies (insert fat-joke here) everything I love about a player.

    Btw, check out this awesome interview of Higuain by King David:



    Sorry if posted earlier.
    Dal paradiso all'inferno, Juve in eterno.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem83 View Post

    Btw, check out this awesome interview of Higuain by King David:



    Sorry if posted earlier.

    Me no understand Italiano
    Conte

    Sveglia! Juve

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    Me no understand Italiano
    Well, at least check out that last part, when they're singing their respective hymns dedicated to them by the tifosi. Trezeguet sings his, and says to Higuain; Btw, I've noticed that they gave you your song pretty fast, it took longer for them to start singing mine! Then they laugh about that and Higgy sings his. At least you can appreciate that moment

    Oh, and here: www.duolingo.com
    Dal paradiso all'inferno, Juve in eterno.


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    duolingo and the like suck though imo
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    NI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    duolingo and the like suck though imo
    Dal paradiso all'inferno, Juve in eterno.


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    I agree duolingo is a good start. What are your methods for acquiring different languages? Besides regular courses of course.

    Wysłane z mojego FRD-L09 przy użyciu Tapatalka

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Quazis View Post
    I agree duolingo is a good start. What are your methods for acquiring different languages? Besides regular courses of course.

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    I mean language learning is really subjective, everyone gotta figure out what works best for themselves imo.

    That being said, I can't imagine duolingo, babbel, etc actually being good for anybody. The only thing it's great at is staying motivated (with it's game-like approach), and you learn some vocabulary. But the sentences are the opposite of natural, you don't really learn any authentic pronunciation nor how to understand actual people talking due to the robotic voice it uses.

    If you really enjoy duolingo, go for it, it certainly doesn't harm. But I'd be willing to bet you'll only make very slow progress when it comes to actually learning the language.

    What you what is immersion and lots and lots of input. Read stuff in the language you want to learn, watch movies, TV, listen to radio, podcasts, etc., etc.. Music can be good, but be careful because a lot of the language used is "poetic", and uses lots of words or weird structures that you won't ever really use when actually speaking the language.

    Most importantly, find some stuff that's interesting to you, and that you like consuming. If it becomes a chore, chances are you've already lost.

    And of course talking with natives is massive, but not always easy to organize, and some people have huge inhibitions when speaking a foreign language. In general, just talk whenever you've got the chance and don't give a $#@! about how many mistakes you might be making.

    Beyond that, it really depends on you individually, and what you want to achieve. I find learning vocabulary very helpful and I don't really dislike it that much, so I'm doing that. Others really need to understand the grammar behind it fully and focus on that stuff. If you want/need to be able to write well, practice that and try to find someone correcting your mistakes.

    For example with Polish, I never bothered with learning how to write, so I'm absolutely horrible at that, and since I don't really like studying grammar I make a lot of mistakes there. On the other hand, I can understand virtually everything (maybe not every word, but the general meaning), and am pretty fluent when talking (kinda depends on the topic though).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    For example with Polish, I never bothered with learning how to write, so I'm absolutely horrible at that, and since I don't really like studying grammar I make a lot of mistakes there. On the other hand, I can understand virtually everything (maybe not every word, but the general meaning), and am pretty fluent when talking (kinda depends on the topic though).
    We need to discuss dacdics one day.

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    worth. every. burger.
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    What a player

    Have no doubt he would have scored the 4th if Dybala wasn't there to pass to.
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    Grazie Alex

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    He was like a freight train on that last goal. Palermo's defender tried to stop him and guy was bulldozing forward.

    Need a gifff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    worth. every. burger.

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    Higuain-Dybala connection is just getting started. The thing we truly needed to really contend in the CL this season.
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    It's been a prevalent notion. Fallen sparks. Fragments of vessels broken at the Creation. And someday, somehow, before the end, a gathering back to home. A messenger from the Kingdom, arriving at the last moment. But I tell you there is no such message, no such home -- only the millions of last moments . . . nothing more. Our history is an aggregate of last moments.

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    Why Higuain is so fuking good?.

    trez be proud
    This is how bacon is supposed to be. The fries, they blend so perfectly.
    The cheese up in here, is goin' ham. Dayum, dayum, dayum!
    I wish, you can smell what I'm smellin'. You bite the fry, the fry bites back my man.
    Dayum, dayum, dayum!


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    goal and assist from big boy Gonzalo. job done
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    Higgy for Ballon d'Or.

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    He is a monster. Hope he can keep it up in the CHL.

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    He basically had two assists tonight.

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