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  • #16
    Russian = 160,000 words
    English = 1,013,913 words

    Not even close...
    I went Camp Crystal Lake when I was younger.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by bolsen View Post
      Russian = 160,000 words
      English = 1,013,913 words

      Not even close...
      haha nice fact finding

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      • #18
        Originally posted by bolsen View Post
        Russian = 160,000 words
        English = 1,013,913 words

        Not even close...
        interesting fact
        FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE

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        • #19
          English language has the most words by a LONG shot. I think the second largest is still under 250,000 words.
          I went Camp Crystal Lake when I was younger.

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          • #20
            FUCK WESTERN CULTURE

            ANYONE BAILING TO MOSCOW?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by bolsen View Post
              English language has the most words by a LONG shot. I think the second largest is still under 250,000 words.
              yea, but the vast majority of those words are technical jargon, we have specific words for everything when you get to higher levels of study in any certain field.

              Chinese actually has an unlimited number of words because unlike western languages where the written language is based on the spoken language it's the other way around. They base their spoken language on the Chinese characters "漢字". you can combine characters that have never been combined before and people will understand without even realizing that it's a word they've never even heard before. from my understanding they don't really have rules to separate words, it's just a bunch of elemental characters that can be combined to change the meaning. 家 <this means "house", 出< this means "exit", so I can combine them and get 家出 < which means leaving home/running away.

              I didn't study chinese but I speak korean and had to learn about chinese to be good, since korean came from chinese.
              The greater danger is not that our aim is too high and we miss, but that our aim is too low and we hit

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              • #22
                Originally posted by alexsmith View Post
                FUCK WESTERN CULTURE

                ANYONE BAILING TO MOSCOW?

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                I agree, russia looks badass!
                The greater danger is not that our aim is too high and we miss, but that our aim is too low and we hit

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