14th December 2008, 18:30 #11
14th December 2008, 18:39 #12
err i meant in indian
15th December 2008, 03:01 #13
Indian Language !?
The number of languages in India vary from 22 to over 800. There is no definitive count of the languages in practice. The problem of counting and classifying the languages is compounded by the myriad of dialects, and mixed languages
However in the national language which is Hindi it would be Namaste; and in the Official language which is English ... it would be ... wanna take a guess ... !?
15th December 2008, 07:38 #14
Urdu: Assalam-o-alaikum, Adaab,Tasleemat
Sindhi: Kehro haal aahei
Punjabi : Sat Sri Akal
Or some says " Ram Ram", "Jai shri Krishna" etc .... Instead of Hello.
15th December 2008, 13:08 #15
^^By any chance do you know all these languages? I know,Kannada,Hindi,Konkani,English and 60% marati and 20% Telagu.
By the way we say, Namaskara in our Kannada.
15th December 2008, 15:38 #16
15th December 2008, 16:56 #17
I know only -> Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi, urdu, Gujrati ( Only understand not speak ), English
Originally Posted by tweakwindows
15th December 2008, 16:57 #18
Hey Gummy bear......did u watched disney's Gummy bear show
15th December 2008, 23:43 #19
gah i hate disney movies, when i was younger yes..i picked this name off top of head..though im trying to get it chnaged lmao
15th December 2008, 23:56 #20
I have fixed three laptops since the first of December. My daughters, her boyfriend, and his sister.
My daughters was completely messed up because her school automatically downloaded and installed Norton AV when she sighed on to their network on November 10th. I had Avast Pro on it.
Her boyfriends and his sisters were both riddled with so much spyware and other crap that I just reformatted and transferred all their iPod stuff back to the PC.
While working on theirs I decided to put OpenOffice on their laptops since they cannot afford MS Office. I have played around with and I like it. Anyone else use it?