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Winning hands down...I am that good

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Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Dec 13, 2011 at 02:28

I have easily proven I am pretty good at languages and that is my forte. Long exchanges with excellent put downs of Dhimmi_No_More. However you are someone who has ALREADY said he is no expert in languages. Then this charade is embarrassing - as you do NOT know what you are talking about. Better let go of HATE that gets you nowhere.

If Arabic really was a weak language then there would be AMPLE evidence - given the way its studied in the West. But there isn't. Neither have you found any.....

If there is anyone lying that is clearly you:

So why couldn't you quote from that article. Because it is not there. The author does not call Arabic a weak language neither it is part of his conclusion to improve or abandon the languages.

"Second, the inadequacy of traditional Islamic languages—Arabic, Persian, Urdu—is an important contributory reason. About 80% of the world's scientific literature appears first in English, and few traditional languages in the developing world have adequately adapted to new linguistic demands. With the exceptions of Iran and Turkey, translation rates are small."

This agrees with you previous mantras over the amount of translations - yet he excludes "Iran". This DOES NOT answer you ignorant assertion that Arabic is inherently a weak language.

And you have not found single Western scholar (credible or otherwise) to support that ignorant and silly statement.

The only one who keeps lying over and over is you..... so far you have been unable to answer a single thing adequately you just repeat. That doesn't work. I have already dealt with one DHIMMI_NO_MORE over this.

Again you DELIBERATELY do not separate what I say .... and where your answer begins. I asked you not to that in order not to confuse. But ....

Laser itself is an acronym that describes a type of light, which in itself is an adjective, in that is a acronym to describe a noun. A Laser light using laser as not only a adjective, but the primary use of the word laser, which describes a focused beam of light.

So you looked it up in Wiki. Rest you are making it up because.....

No English dictionary lists "Laser" as an adjective. Adjective are word that describe other nouns. The above is a noun - its name for a something.

Don't embarrass yourself with outright falsehood and lies and making things up.

If you are so true in laser being an adjective - where is your evidence? Why is it no dictionary no linguist supports your claims... but the opposite is true. You just repeated the whole bile again... for what?

Like Dhimmi stick to petty insults and that is all you are good at.

Submitting....

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