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2003 Maserati Spyder

2003 Maserati Spyder in Fei ying, Movie, 2004 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT

2003 Maserati Spyder

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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ingo DE

2011-01-30 22:17

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What a plate it shall be?

G-MANN UK

2011-01-30 22:20

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ingo wrote Be happy, that you don't have to be a grammar teacher in Germany :p - they will get tantrums about that horrible wrong text :D


:think:

ingo DE

2011-01-30 22:30

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Sorry for my English - in school I tottered always around a "4" (no idea about the English system, in the USA it would be a "D") The actual knowledge is based on vacation-trips (although my wife always complains my grammar and pronounciation), but mainly due the work as the international contact-man of the K 70-Club. And not to forget: due IMCDB :king: When I'm here, always www.dict.cc is opened on a 2nd browser.

A little sidekick must be: even at some native English speakers here, from the UK and the USA, I recognize, that their English hasn't university-standard ;)
*cough* The diction of an quite active member here, has some similarities with that one of Mr.Wang /movie_74937-Murder-by-Death.html :whistle:


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Sandie SX

2011-01-30 22:32

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Some of the worst offenders against the English tongue on this site are native speakers.

Your English is certainly better than any of my foreign languages.

G-MANN UK

2011-01-30 22:35

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ingo wrote Sorry for my English


That's all right ;) Sometimes I just find comments that look particularly wrong, but I always know what you mean.

ingo DE

2011-01-30 22:36

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Sandie wrote any of my foreign languages.


Which ones have you learned?

Sandie SX

2011-01-30 22:39

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French. I got a decent grade in it but can barely remember a word.

I can also swear numerous languages. The kind of life skill you need every day.

sandwad is another less than brilliant English writer. CF his tendency to use tommarow and compleated.

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sasa DE

2011-01-30 22:49

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rjluna2 US

2011-02-02 21:19

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G-MANN wrote rjluna2 (I suspect English isn't his first language)

You are quite right, G-MANN, I am hard of hearing and my other language is (hand) signed language for the deaf. That is why occassionally my sentence structure can be bad.

Gomselmash11

2011-02-02 21:29

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Also, in my case... my "english" (or some thing) is not too good. But if i were to speak Spanish, could understand just 5 or 6 users here.

Nightrider RU

2011-02-02 21:37

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Don't ask me where I learned English...

ingo DE

2011-02-02 23:31

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Nightrider wrote Don't ask me where I learned English...


No problem, the main thing is, to make yourself understood ;) Also a reason, why I had a dispute with my English teacher in school (and a reason, why she disliked me more and gave me always bad marks). For her classic English literature was important, also that our pronunciation sounds like the British English (my mother had to learn in the late 50ies in school the real Oxford-accent), but I would have preferred it, that we learn the all-day-language, that you are able to be understood -not only in Southern Britain- while travelling.

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