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Hello (That is british english for hi, or hey)[change source]

hey whats up

rms rocks

Refering about me in other user's talk pages[change source]

Hey panda, I just came to ask you if you would stop refering me in other user talk pages when discussing about babel issues becuase it gets really annoying to me. Not to be rude, but I would appreciate it if you would stop. thanx and keep up your good work at simplewiki; cheers:) --§ Snake311 (T + C) 08:29, 11 August 2007 (UTC)

Hi! :)[change source]

Hi there :) Sorry, dear Panda, I got so carried away with these articles that I postponed my reply for a few hours - please forgive me! :) I may move that image to Commons at some point, to answer your question; tho I haven't given much thought to it, to be honest. But hey, it wouldn't hurt, would it? ;) I hope you're having a beautiful Summer! Love, Phaedriel - 18:16, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

Shigeru Miyamoto[change source]

I would love if he would participate here. I did mention it to Yu Suzuki the last time I saw him, but they are both very busy men. I'll keep trying though. :) --Elonka 02:16, 18 August 2007 (UTC)

Idiom[change source]

Your turn to rewrite my rewrite :) ---barliner--talk--contribs- 15:12, 19 August 2007 (UTC)

Yournote on Simple Talk: Idiom[change source]

Do you think my changes to Idiom make the article better? ---barliner--talk--contribs- 20:35, 19 August 2007 (UTC)

Re:Spider-Pig[change source]

yes. --§ Snake311 (T + C) 00:41, 20 August 2007 (UTC)

Igbo[change source]

Oh, thank you. I will build on it if I have time. -Ionius Mundus 02:58, 20 August 2007 (UTC)

I always did ;)[change source]

I always loved Japan and its culture, and I have several books on the subject, dear Panda ;) Sometimes, we focus more on a particular interest of ours for some time, and shift to another as time passes. I'm personally interested in many fields, like you and everyone else; after writing stuff on one of them for a while, it's only natural that we give ourselves a rest from it by writing on something different. At least, I know I do ;) I hope you're having a beautiful day! Love, Phaedriel - 17:05, 23 August 2007 (UTC)

Thank you so much for the advice - but I happen to know some Japanese myself. Thanks anyway, dear Panda! :) Many xoxox's, Phaedriel - 17:36, 23 August 2007 (UTC)

Re:English[change source]

I think I can speak English quite fluently. By the way, why did you ask me that question? :) Newage2007 11:35, 26 August 2007 (UTC) Newage2007

Personal info[change source]

What personal info are you talking about? Ionas Rand 02:02, 10 September 2007 (UTC)

Oh. All I posted was my name. I posted it on a (now deleted) thread and was actually using Wikipedia Review, Wikipedia, and other things "wiki-reldated" after mom went to bed and before she got up. I also, in a private email, posted my mom and dad's height, weight, and birthplace, and although it was wrong (it was not my information), I didn't expect the kind of response I got. She was really pissed off. Ionas Rand 05:43, 10 September 2007 (UTC)


Hiragana and katakana[change source]

Hello, I don't know them well, and I know kanji even less, sorry. --Kyoko 21:43, 20 September 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for the website. I used to know more Japanese, but I've lost it after disuse. --Kyoko 00:20, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
I've been to Japan, actually, but that was many years ago. Learning Japanese is not a high priority for me right now, but thanks. --Kyoko 00:55, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Increasing Burden of School Bags[change source]

India had been a colony of Britain for more than two centuries. Although, we have become independent in terms of our own constitution, but still we are slave mentally and psychologically our attire is our own but the person within it is motivated by the British ideology. As we all know that today it is an are of cutthroat competition. So we can't deny the rapidly increasing importance of English language. At present English has become a global language. In the hour of liberalization, privatization and globalization English language has rooted firmly its footings in the mind of each and every citizen of the world. In order to be successful English has become necessary to be learned by all. English is not as simple as it appears to be become it is a complicated admixture of several European languages, such as- Greek, Latin, French, German, English etc. Thus it possesses approximately ten lack words. India is a developing country. Its population is more than 100 crore. Here we have lack o resources & production, so it has always been a challenge for us to educate all the citizens. Due to over population the competition is getting more complicated and horrible. As a matter of fact our competition is with the western countries where English is spoken in general. Therefore we, Indians being from rural and Hindi background, are quite unable to learn all these words. Though, we in no sphere of life, lag behind the Britishers but our main problem is of foreign language which is imposed not inculcated in our veins. I can claim that the Europeons will certainly face the same problem if Hindi is posed to them. Therefore, due to the increasing world over significance of English language we can't of avoid it. We have to learn it how to speak, how to write and how to make other people understand our feeling. Now the question that arises before us is what should be done to teach English to all the Indians in the simplest possible way? How can it be learnt by all? It seems next to impossible to learn ten lakh words for every Indian. So I am inclined to create a modified English named after Rajeev Gandhi, which will include about one lakh words and will also facilitate the Indians to interact with the foreigners in the easiest possible way. Reduction of words requires great consideration and strenuous efforts. We can drop out the undesired words, synonyms, undesired homonyms and homophones. I am determined to create an easily intelligible English, which will include our colloquial terms and the most essential words. As we see newspapers in English language are daily published across the country but very few people are able to read them and translate because the English used in these papers is complicated, vague and completely unintelligible for the common people. This way these newspapers remain beyond the reach of the billons of Indian. I think simple and easy English must be used in writing newspapers and magazines by doing so we will be able to reach the hearts of those people who are responsible to run bear and feed this country, until or unless we teach English to our frames, laborers and commoners, the vision 2020 of developed India will surely break down.

Today we boast of the fastest growing economy of India but the question is that “Is this economy able to provide bread to the needy ones?" No, money is getting accumulated in the bags of very few people who belong to the upper strata of the society and know the cruel ways how to exploit economically, culturally and sociably the innocent and ignorant people of this nation in the so called English fashion. 

Therefore in order to bring the farthest standing people into the mainstream of development we will have to teach them this Rajeev Gandhi English and students will learn it in play way method. Undoubtedly I can claim it will prove a boon for the general masses of this poor nation. It is a revolutionary step and will become a milestone in the history of human development.

          Written by: -

Basant Balani

        Bikaner {India }

--Basant5 16:19, 26 September 2007 (UTC)

thanks[change source]

Heh. Thanks for the link. --Kyoko 15:42, 29 September 2007 (UTC)

A little reminder[change source]

Hello panda bear, just as a little reminder, you should wait for a new user to edit this wiki for at least 3 days before welcoming them. Becuase some users may edit a whole lot on their first day, but then abandon their userspace. Thanx:) --§ Snake311 (T + C) RFA 04:21, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

Re:Persian[change source]

Thank you;) --§ Snake311 (T + C) 01:18, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

Reply[change source]

Hello, thanks for pointing it out! I never really thought about that, so I changed "aviation" to "aircraft". Thanks! JetLover Bam! 22:23, 20 November 2007 (UTC)

Wikiproject[change source]

Hello, I noticed you can understand some Japanese ("konnichiwa") so I was wondering if you might know some things about Japanese music, whether popular or classical. If so, would you like to join my Simple WikiProject Asian Music? Even small contributions are welcome. Thanks. Alexhl (talk) 11:44, 9 March 2008 (UTC)