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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by TheSofa » October 25, 2014 8:13am | Report
Wulfstan wrote:



I ain't actually talking to the devs. That's Hades. From what I've heard though, they are still Tinkering about.

Aye. Gr8 job m8!

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by Unscathed » October 25, 2014 4:34pm | Report
Oddly, Tinkering about is one of tinker's response
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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by Unscathed » October 26, 2014 1:49am | Report
Without hesitation, the bots came back to DOTAFire. Undaunted, they strike again in hope for an oblivious profile to eat the bait. While the moderators are away, it is up to the humble Unscathed to call for help, in hope that someone out there heed his call.


Smugls can u rate my sentence above pls kthnxbai
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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by Dimonychan » October 26, 2014 2:54am | Report
Unscathed wrote:

Without hesitation, the bots came back to DOTAFire. Undaunted, they strike again in hope for an oblivious profile to eat the bait. While the moderators are away, it is up to the humble Unscathed to call for help, in hope that someone out there heed his call.


Smugls can u rate my sentence above pls kthnxbai

i r8 7/8.88

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by KoDyAbAbA » October 26, 2014 5:19am | Report
"it is up to the humble unscathed to call for help, in hope that someone out there heeds his call."


i r8 7/8

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by porygon361 » October 26, 2014 6:26am | Report
KoDyAbAbA wrote:

"it is up to the humble unscathed to call for help, in hope that someone out there heeds his call."


i r8 7/8



Tsk tsk tsk. You have failed, young grammar-nazi (lel :D). As they say, if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. Without further ado, I shall begin my analysis.


"Without hesitation, the bots came back to DOTAFire."
No grammatical errors here, but 'came back' could be replace with 'returned'. Also, you could add something to emphasise the possible dangers posed by their return, like '...with a vengeance'.

"Undaunted, they struck again in hopes that an oblivious profile will eat the bait."
I have corrected some grammar mistakes that were present in this sentence. It is not 'strike', but 'struck', because you have already established in the previous sentence that this situation is in the past ('came back to dotafire') and as such, you must refrain from using the present tense to describe it. Also, 'profile' seems like an awkward word to describe a user. You could simply replace it with 'user'.


"While the moderators are away, it is up to the humble Unscathed to call for help, in hopes that someone out there will heed his call."
Fixed some grammatical errors again.



As you already know, the second sentence is similar to the third sentence. You might want to learn to be a more versatile writer. A good way of doing this is to watch English shows and read English books, AND THEN mimic the way they phrase their sentences. You may have noticed that my writing style and is a little weird, and it is because I've stopped reading for a while to concentrate on my studies. Soon, I will begin perusing my fine collection of 10 books (lel) and focus on the intricate art of writing, so that I myself may learn to write like the famous Malcolm Gladwell (double lel).

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by KoDyAbAbA » October 26, 2014 6:28am | Report
Without hesitation, the bots come back to DOTAFire. Undaunted, they strike again in hope for an oblivious profile to eat the bait. While the moderators are away, it is up to the humble Unscathed to call for help, in hope that someone out there heeds his call."

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by Bunkansee » October 26, 2014 6:29am | Report
porygon361 wrote:




Tsk tsk tsk. You have failed, young grammar-nazi (lel :D). As they say, if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. Without further ado, I shall begin my analysis.


"Without hesitation, the bots came back to DOTAFire."
No grammatical errors here, but 'came back' could be replace with 'returned'. Also, you could add something to emphasise the possible dangers posed by their return, like '...with a vengeance'.

"Undaunted, they struck again in hopes that an oblivious profile will eat the bait."
I have corrected some grammar mistakes that were present in this sentence. It is not 'strike', but 'struck', because you have already established in the previous sentence that this situation is in the past ('came back to dotafire') and as such, you must refrain from using the present tense to describe it. Also, 'profile' seems like an awkward word to describe a user. You could simply replace it with 'user'.


"While the moderators are away, it is up to the humble Unscathed to call for help, in hopes that someone out there will heed his call."
Fixed some grammatical errors again.



As you already know, the second sentence is similar to the third sentence. You might want to learn to be a more versatile writer. A good way of doing this is to watch English shows and read English books, AND THEN mimic the way they phrase their sentences. I did this as a kid and as a result, I aced my English tests every time without fail. You may have noticed that my writing style and grammar sounds a little weird, and it is because I've stopped reading for a while to concentrate on studying for my examinations.


Porygon uses his bizarre amount of grammatical skills to assist Unscathed on his quest to write an 8.8/8.8 sentence!

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by porygon361 » October 26, 2014 6:34am | Report
KoDyAbAbA wrote:

Without hesitation, the bots come back to DOTAFire. Undaunted, they strike again in hope for an oblivious profile to eat the bait. While the moderators are away, it is up to the humble Unscathed to call for help, in hope that someone out there heeds his call."


Again the bots fled from Dotafire, their attempt at causing chaos within the community foiled by the mighty moderators. For now, they retreat, but in time, they will rise again in far greater numbers, ravaging all of Dotafire with their indecipherable texts of destruction.

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Permalink | Quote | PM | +Rep by Janitsu » October 26, 2014 6:49am | Report
porygon361 wrote:


As you already know, the second sentence is similar to the third sentence. You might want to learn to be a more versatile writer. A good way of doing this is to watch English shows and read English books, AND THEN mimic the way they phrase their sentences. You may have noticed that my writing style and is a little weird, and it is because I've stopped reading for a while to concentrate on my studies. Soon, I will begin perusing my fine collection of 10 books (lel) and focus on the intricate art of writing, so that I myself may learn to write like the famous Malcolm Gladwell (double lel).


No. Never watch English shows unless they are targeted for the native speakers. Otherwise you will learn how to make EASY and SIMPLE sentences and some simple and common idioms and phrases. The same with Finnish shows. There are two news shows which I'll use as an example. Other is the news show about stuff that happened abroad and the other one is for the stuff that happened in Finland or at least affects Finland. In the latter show they use harder and more complicated words (such as "mitääntekemättömyydellänköhänkään" and "intellektuellitueteetillaan", even the simple words can be made to be complicated. "Koiralleenkohan" for example translates to "maybe to his/her/its dog"). The other show use simple sentences with simple words because there are more people who watch it and are not native speakers.

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