Posted by krispicking on Monday, February 23, 2009
I ve been getting friends invites and really friendly notes with those invites, and it is heartwarming, I ve been reading on the forum ofcourse, and try to write some contributions sometimes, and sometimes I feel really "handicapped" by the language ...
although I understand english very well, and can write it allright, it just miss those fine lines. if you know what I mean,..in dutch I d now all the synonyms of words, but english I usually know just one word,and maybe one synonym. so it is sometimes hard to say what I wanted to says EXACTLY...
but a friendly face is a friendly face all around the globe , and a friendly note is unmistakably a friendly note.
and I have had many of those, encouraging me as a beginning banjo player saying I m not doing half bad, but also just welcoming me here as a person
I can only conclude
banjopeople are great people..
thanks so much!
Monday, February 23, 2009 @8:15:19 AM
Just try to your best and the more you converse online with English the more natural it will become. Plus the language of music is universal.
Monday, February 23, 2009 @8:33:13 AM
you are right there banjo75 music most definetely is universal, speaking english is easier than writing but I will keep at it haha
Monday, February 23, 2009 @10:12:59 AM
eh, you would be surprised how many people hear use slang, etc. You written english seems fine. If you didn't mention that it wasn't your first language I wouldn't even know.
Monday, February 23, 2009 @10:22:47 AM
You do a fine job,really.No apology necessary.
Monday, February 23, 2009 @10:44:50 AM
yep i said it, banjo people great people:)
Thursday, February 26, 2009 @8:45:53 AM
The language of banjopickers is the music we pick. Welcome in the family!
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