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Ovo 2016.07.27 16:02 #
 
GumRai:

I have already asked you to use proper English

There is no such word as LOL

Please avoid abusing other users.


Franky, use of gutter language will not be tolerated here and will lead to a ban if repeated.

LOL was the only part I understood, while "I rest my case" is an idiom known only to a native speaker.
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rod178 2016.07.27 16:58 #
 
Ovo:
LOL was the only part I understood, while "I rest my case" is an idiom known only to a native speaker.
Well, the Forum is all about learning a language
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Ovo 2016.07.27 18:18 #
 
rod178:
Well, the Forum is all about learning a language

Well, perhaps, but you tend to type in an Australian slang, which is not helping my English very much.

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rod178 2016.07.28 03:37 #
 
Ovo:

Well, perhaps, but you tend to type in an Australian slang, which is not helping my English very much.

I never use Australian Slang

Never use Slang.

 

"I Rest My Case"  is an American Idiom" 

http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/28933/what-is-the-origin-of-the-phrase-i-rest-my-case 

Being aware of multiple Idioms will definitely help your English eg the third last examle http://esl-bits.net/idioms/id428.htm


 

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Franky1982 2016.07.28 04:41 #
 
rod178:

I never use Australian Slang

Never use Slang.

 

"I Rest My Case"  is an American Idiom" 

http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/28933/what-is-the-origin-of-the-phrase-i-rest-my-case 

Being aware of multiple Idioms will definitely help your English eg the third last examle http://esl-bits.net/idioms/id428.htm


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rod178 2016.07.28 04:56 #
 
Franky1982:
What are you endeavouring to express?
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Ovo 2016.07.28 08:05 #
 
rod178:

I never use Australian Slang

Never use Slang.


I am not the one who could judge English slang properly, I just found this entry when searching for meaning:

Having a lend
An Australian term meaning to be lying to a person for one's own amusement.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Having%20a%20lend or http://www.slang-dictionary.org/WTbWW/Australian-Slang/Have_a_lend_of

 

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rod178 2016.07.28 08:36 #
 
Ovo:

I am not the one who could judge English slang properly, I just found this entry when searching for meaning:

Having a lend
An Australian term meaning to be lying to a person for one's own amusement.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Having%20a%20lend or http://www.slang-dictionary.org/WTbWW/Australian-Slang/Have_a_lend_of

 

Interesting, I always thought that was a term used generally in the UK and NZ as well as Australia, although still more idiom than slang

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-idiom-and-slang 

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WHRoeder 2016.07.28 17:49 #
 
  1. Try not to use any slang. It is different depending on location.

    1. Having a lend only Australian. I had to look it up.
    2. Rooting for the home team is what you think it is.
    3. Please don't write ur - it's "you are" or "your" - MQL4 forum
    4. Even simple things like braces and brackets are different.

  2. Please use the link button (control-K) Use the link button See the difference https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-idiom-and-slang
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