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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by alan reed, Jul 24, 2020.
No mate, it's already happened.
Bonnet de douche!
That is 'bonnet de douche', as they say in the Basque region.
isn't that just before Tow Law?
Quelqu'un a-t-il dit monorail?
No wonder short wanted out and fast
Methven, we did the due diligence in 2 weeks. Pleb
And he said it like it was an amazing feat and he was proud of it... Oops
I actually had a disturbing dream that Methven was banging on my front door demanding that I face up to him, was about a week and a bit ago. Not touched a drop of dragon soop since, fcuking highly bizarre.
Trust me to have started learning Spanish during lockdown instead of French.
I always make the wrong decision, well that's what the wife says, I have to agree considering I married her ( not that I would have the bollocks to tell her that )
what are you using mate? Im on duolingo and have bought a couple of books, but don't mind admitting I am struggling to pick it up
Chateau de monde duex my son!
Duolingo is great, pity I am as thick as a Ghurkha's foreskin
If you think you're doing alright, and getting a bit confident, DO NOT try reading a Spanish newspaper.
I was on Duolingo up to about a year ago but stopped, have also done lessons previously. Reading and writing I wasn't too bad at (up until I stopped) but without interaction with other people it's really hard. Conversation was non-existent so can't speak it still.
“ The beauty of the French language “ by Derek Edward Trotter published by Peckham Books is how I learned to speak fluent French. “ Mange tout mon petit pois “
As long as he wasn't smashing your back door in - although that now might be your dream tonight...
Jesus! How heavy are the books?
No nowt like that, just him banging on the door, was very vivid though.