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About Xemina

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    Europe, E.U., European Union
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    Physics, Maths, Biology, History, Geography, Geology, Technology, Music, Literature and Movies. Don't ask me what I want to study.

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  1. Eu tenho o mesmo problema, e eu não sei como resolvê-lo. Eu acho que tem alguma coisa a ver com teu (e meu) computador (desculpa por o mal português, eu falo espanhol...)
  2. Well, I give up. KSP keeps crashing on my PC, guess I'll have to try and learn the ever-so-clunky Xbox controls... ;.;

  3. No creo que hay muchos mods que se pueden instalar para 1.9, pero cuando sí hay yo te recomendría el Outer Planets Mod. Sí se quedan guardados.
  4. Well... I just actually started French... 
    Let's hope I can learn it by the end of the year, because in 2021 I want to start learning the "lingua franca" of 中国!
    (as there are many other chinese languages: cantonese, fuzhounese, shanghainese, hunanese, mongolian, tibetan, etc..) (by lingua franca i mean mandarin)

    Sample text in French:
    Bonjour mes copains! Je suis Xémina, une bulle violette avec la symbole "Delta V". J'aime la musique, l'astronomie et le histoire. Mon livre preferée c'est Oliver Twist du autor anglais Charles Dickens et mon film preferée c'est La morte du Stalin un comédie anglais sur Russie en les 1950s (c'est banni en Russie! :lol:). J'aime aussi la culture et les langues du monde, est pour cette raison j'apprends le français. En tous cas, je pense que ma texte et sufficientment longue et que tu n'as pas lu cette (je ne sais pas pourquoi je continue en écrivant, bien je arrêterai, je arrêterai...)
    Comment est ma texte, @XB-70A?

    P.S. I had to look up n'as pas lu because I haven't learnt past or future tenses yet.

    1. XB-70A


      You're pretty good for a beginner!

      Here is a slight correction of it:


      Bonjour mes copains ! (We are annoying and love to put a space between exclamation and interrogation marks; doesn't apply to period/full point)

      Je suis Xémina, une bulle violette avec la le symbole "Delta V". J'aime la musique, l'astronomie et le l'histoire. Mon livre preferée ("é" for male, and "ée" for female, and "livre" is considered as a male noun) c' est Oliver Twist du autor de l'auteur anglais Charles Dickens, et mon film preferée (same story, "film" is a male noun) c' est La morte du Stalin La Mort de Stalineune comédie anglaise sur la Russie en les 1950s dans les années 1950 (c'est banni en Russie ! :lol:). J'aime aussi la culture et les langues du monde, est et pour cette raison j'apprends le français. En tous cas, je pense que ma mon texte (male noun) et sufficientment suffisamment longue ("texte" is male) et que tu n'as pas lu cette (je ne sais pas pourquoi je continue en écrivant d’écrire, bien je arrêterai m’arrête, je arrêterai m’arrête...)
      Comment est ma mon texte,


      French is a true PITA to learn, and this for every population speaking it. Even after a whole life, some who learnt it as their first language are still making first grade mistakes :D

      Don't worry about it. In my scholarship, I got nine years of French, and three years of literature. I ended with results which were more than decent... and the auto-correct flashed at three occasions in my answer to you :wacko:

      Now the good part is both English and French has evolved together and influenced each other. While about 45-50% of modern English uses words with a Latin and Neo-Latin basis, French is also counting a lot of English words in its dictionary. Quickly you will start to recognize those, and they could help you to create easier sentences in French.

      We also have a lot of words from other Neo-Latin languages (mainly Italian and Spanish), but also from Saxon languages, and even from Russian, but that's another story.

    2. Xemina


      I noticed a few myself! Thanks! I knew a few were off but I wrote this at 11:00(pm), so my brain wasn't exactly "working".

  5. I'm back! After a long needed break from gaming, I have decided to return to the Kerbakverse.

    1. GRS


      Impressive...good luck !

  6. Since I know English and Spanish, I thought I would learn French. I'm just starting off so, I'm not the best. I learnt Spanish within 7 months, so I hope I can learn french by the end of the year. I don't know why I'm posting this...

    Au revoir, le type qu'aime le astronomie, DeltaVerb (pls correct me)

    1. XB-70A


      It is a pretty good start!

      However, there are "1.5" slight mistakes:



      Au revoir, le type qu'aime le astronomie, DeltaVerb



      Why 1.5? Because "qu'aime" is potentially a right choice. The correct way would be "qui aime", but it does not mean that you were absolutely wrong with it, as many French speaking persons are "jumping" some pronunciation steps while speaking. The problem here is that "qu'aime" could be interpreted as a mistake, which is somewhat particular... as almost nobody would write " je aime " but " j'aime ".


      The case of "le astronomie" is easier, and the correct writing would be "l'astronomie", without the "e". Le, La, and Les are pronouns replacing a certain person, or a thing's name. If the first letter of the word is a consonant, you have to use the whole pronoun, such as:

      * The sea ---> La mer. " L'mer " would be incorrect.

      * The launchpad ---> Le pas-de-tir.

      On the other hand... just like in English, " h " is an exception in French too. Just like "an hour" is considered as correct instead of "a hour", you will find a lot a similar cases in french, such as "le hotel" which is wrong. The correct way to write it would be " l'hotel ", the same with others H-starting words, like " l'hopital " or " l'helicoptere ".


      To resume, the best way for you to determine the use of le, la, les, or l' is to consider the first letter of each words:

      * If it is a vowel, the use of " l' " is mandatory.

      * If it is a consonant, you have to use " le ", " la ", or " les ".

      * Do not forget the exception of the H, but it's one of the (many) common points we got with the English language, at least :)

    2. Xemina


      Thanks! I just noticed the l'astronomie thing now.

  7. @Geonovast @RealKerbal3x I finally landed (on minmus, sorry... i guess) I found it easy ! (apart from the whole flying a rocket and making maneuvers thing :P) I went a bit overkill...
  8. Just watched a video that states Atlantis was on the Richat Structure. It was a bit sketchy, but I've got to admit it did seem likely. everyone thinks that it was a story made by Plato, but even he stated "I'm not crazy! It was real!". Still, It's not very likely due to the time period and location (I mean 11,000 years ago? A million people?).

    No one will know until they send a team.
    Your I-like-history-science-astronomy-physics-math-biology-and-music-guy,

    Δv, DeltaVerb (aka Xemina)

  9. Probably once reusable. (That's not what reusable means NASA) And I agree they should just go straight to the moon. But they also think that it will help with going to Mars.
  10. Okay, who's excited for the PROPOSED return to the moon and the other stuff?!
  11. Or any landing of THAT type. (All planets or moons which you need to use powered landing.) Anyway, back to the thread title and not a "Help Xemina Land On the Mun"!
  12. @Geonovast @RealKerbal3x I made it! I landed! (with a probe, so I don't need to return, but still...)
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