It doesn’t even matter that it’s a horrible Engrish abomination, it’s still in my native language
Yeah, after doing that, even Vietnamese Crystal seems like a blissful break. Trying to understand its Moon English is still better than working in an entirely different language.
Well, stretching the brain is a good thing. It’s good to be alive.
(Wait, what time is it? Urgh… At least it’s Labor Day…)
@#$%, this second-language thing isn’t easy
Yes, I took Latin years back, but that wasn’t self-taught. Also, I was younger. Holy shit this has a lot of tenses. I think I’ll be better off just memorizing the tables soon.
Admittedly french is fucking hard to learn, I took it every year in school until grade nine and I don’t know shit about speaking it aloud, only typing terrible translations, lol.
This is cramming.
I have 400+ screenshots from start-of-game to beginning of Mt. Moon, on account of grabbing all plot-important dialogue.
I don’t think this is what most people mean by ‘language practice’.
hey, whatever works
I now have a @#$%ton of screenshots, all of which I’m going to be translating, and I’m going to be snarkily commenting on them if I ever get this up at the Nuzlocke Forums. In French.
This is going to be my idea of fun.
Suddenly continuing STOP! THIEF! does not look so bad. At least there, the horror is entirely in ENGLISH. (…some insane dialect of English, at any rate.)
On the bright side, if I carry through with this, I am going to actually retain some knowledge of French…
This is not going to be fun. On the bright side, this is the trial-by-fire variant of learning French, and (as a procrastinator) I learn better from trials-by-fire than anything else, so…
Well la meilleure des chances to you then. I’m sure vous serez amende, lol.