how can i improve my en? you used so much slang in your conversations. i have trouble with grammar. and whenever i watch a en movie, i just get a few sentences of it. do your actors really talk en? what can i do?
The en dash is slightly longer than the hyphen but not as long as the em dash. (It is, in fact, the width of a typesetter's letter "N," whereas the em dash is the width of the letter "M"—thus their names.) The en dash means, quite simply, "through." We use it most commonly to indicate inclusive dates and numbers: July 9–August 17; pp. 37–59.
Math Is Hard said:You could start by calling it English, unless what you really want to discuss is a problem using en and em dashes. If that's the case, read here:
haha no they don't. Its funny, the more english you learn, the less you would be able to understand of the conversations that occur on the street in the United States (this sentence is rather questionable in of itself!).En_lizard said:how can i improve my en? you used so much slang in your conversations. i have trouble with grammar. and whenever i watch a en movie, i just get a few sentences of it. do your actors really talk en? what can i do?
Slang and colloquialisms abound in English, as an American, I sometimes have trouble understanding a person from the United Kingdom. I've never heard of English being called en.En_lizard said:i though it was popular. you know it was easy to guess anyway. i said 'your awful language'. now you can understand poor people like me. i usually have to guess what others are telling me in English.
It's web-geek thing.. as part of a URL you will findMath Is Hard said:I have not heard of English being abbreviated as "en". When you are communicating in a foreign language it's best not to invent new abbreviations and slang. People have trouble understanding you. The word en has a specific meaning to me, and it is not "English".
But they say nothing about anything being called en or fr or ru, it's just an abbreviation in the url. Nice try though.Ouabache said:
You have golden mouse ears??Evo said:But they say nothing about anything being called en or fr or ru, it's just an abbreviation in the url. Nice try though.
A much cherished gift from ZapperZ. :!!)Ouabache said:You have golden mouse ears??
Not teasing, just informing. It's worse to let someone go on thinking something wrong than to correct them.I must have missed something. Must be a reason why folks are teasing En_Lizard