How will the winter of 2014 2015 are.

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Por gamemastermaarten

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18-10-2014, 19:58

Hi guy's

Last year in the Netherlands we had the warmest winter in the Netherlands with a soft ruler from 5 to 12 degrees. Now I want to have a real good winter. Preferably with snow. Last year we had no snow outside. And that I will not like. Actually I really love snow and ice. Well now I hope that the time really comes this year. Snow. But we have to wait and see. Shocked!

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Por gamemastermaarten

Master (164)

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04-12-2014, 17:04

Yes. In the Netherlands we have over 2 years an cold Christmas. hope it goes friezes or snow. There are some provinces in Netherlands . Where already some snow or frozen. Smile

Por enribar

Paladin (995)

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04-12-2014, 19:20

take a vacation on the Alps, it snows now ;-)

Por CX5Mer

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04-12-2014, 19:32

This is a terrible name for a topic! "How will the Winter of 2014-2015 are."!? You should at least say "How will the Winter of 2014-2015 be?" or "What will Winter 2014-2015 be like?" You may be thinking that I couldn't say this in Dutch, but you'd be wrong. "Hoe zult 't Winter 2014-2015 zijn?" or perhaps "Hoe zult 't Winter van 2014-2015 wezen?". Other mistakes are forming a plural with an apostrophe s (i.e. "Hi guy's"), as well as starting a sentence with the word "and". What is a "soft ruler"? It sounds like a technical drawing instrument which bends so you can draw curves. You mean "a temperature range of 5-12 degrees". Try watching "Eastenders" on BBC1 via cable TV to improve your English. I've stopped watching "Eastenders" myself, though. BTW, I'd love there to be some snow in England at Christmas!

Por JohnHassink

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04-12-2014, 19:44

CX5Mer wrote:

You may be thinking that I couldn't say this in Dutch, but you'd be wrong. "Hoe zult 't Winter 2014-2015 zijn?" or perhaps "Hoe zult 't Winter van 2014-2015 wezen?"

I have to be honest: that's not correct Dutch at all. Tongue

Por enribar

Paladin (995)

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05-12-2014, 01:10

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Por CX5Mer

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05-12-2014, 14:37

JohnHassink wrote:
CX5Mer wrote:

You may be thinking that I couldn't say this in Dutch, but you'd be wrong. "Hoe zult 't Winter 2014-2015 zijn?" or perhaps "Hoe zult 't Winter van 2014-2015 wezen?"

I have to be honest: that's not correct Dutch at all. Tongue

OK then, what's wrong with it? I think I know. "Hoe zal 't winter 2014-2015 zijn?" or "Hoe zal de winter 2014-2015 zijn", or perhaps "Hoe zal deze winter zijn?"

Of course, I know the names of all the 12 Dutch provinces and where they are. In case anyone is wondering, here's a map. The important thing to remember at the moment is that Nijmegen where the MSX Fair takes place next month is in Gelderland.

http://www.map-of-netherlands.co.uk/images/provinces-of-neth...

Por boblet

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05-12-2014, 15:05

Well, these mute points aside, how will winter 2014-2015 are?

Por JohnHassink

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05-12-2014, 15:12

I think it already areing very cold.

Por JohnHassink

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05-12-2014, 15:16

CX5Mer wrote:

"Hoe zal de winter 2014-2015 zijn", or perhaps "Hoe zal deze winter zijn?"

Bingo! Smile

Por boblet

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05-12-2014, 15:18

Is the good seasons to have the brisk walk in the open! Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

Edit to add: As long as I don't get a bad case of wintersnot, because that would make me sad.

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