So we can give them negative karman points! jusk kidding lol!
LOL..wouldn't be surprised
by definition, nationality is "The status of belonging to a particular nation by origin, birth, or naturalization". basically, whever you were born is your nationality (unless you were naturalized in another country)
I'm the third generation [of my family] born in the USA, which makes me 100% American.
lol, is that even possible? :giddy:
Shouldn't, particularly on an International Forum.
But I have seen posts that could have been 'toned down' by moderators.
Please don't ask me for the links. Some things are best left alone.
No system is perfect, and Techspot is doing a pretty darned good job.
That would make me sixth generation American (September 27, 1857)!
Yes it is
It's kinda hard to explain, but it's possible
Enlighten us wolfram !
What was the main thread subject?
You know Cfitzarl, it's hard to explain in English....
If, out of your 10,000 most recent ancestors, 1 were American and 9,999 were Mexican, perhaps...
¡Háblenos en español !
Google's translator says Háblenos in Spanish, which I could have figured out myself. What is the hablenos supposed to mean?
It means tell us or talk to us.
If only I could speak Spanish...
Do they offer languages where you go to school? You said you're in 8th grade, right? Well, if they do offer languages, you could go to Spanish Year 4 (which I'm going into next year, although an honors class, and I'll be a Junior). The first 1 1/2 years can be difficult, especially telling the difference between the Preterite and the Imperfect Past Tenses which are completely different (Trabajé, Trabajaba...I love that word ). Or as my Spanish Teacher says, you can mess up the tenses (like the preterite and imperfect; and any subjunctive mix), and Spanish Speaking people will still understand you...thank God for that :unch: !
I don't think I can take Spanish until maybe 9th or 10th grade. My school's pretty small.
I'm a Canadian citizen.
My ancestors come from Italy, Holland and Scotland I think.
Probably means he got a blood transfusion that contained American blood at some point
Hmm, no. I will explain it in Spanish. Maybe Cfitzarl will be able to translate it for you
Me siento 99.99& mexicano, y 0.01% americano, porque tengo algunas costumbres y actitudes americanas
Oh ....he said that because he has "some American customs and attitudes"......
That's correct :grinthumb