That's not very far. "Si" means "yes" in Spanish. You were NOT writing in Spanish, you were TRYING to write French. And you of course fu***d up. In French, "si" means both "if" and "yes" depending on the context.(and of course "oui" also means yes) In the context which YOU used it, it should not have been used at all. Refer to post 610913. What you should have used was either "de vous" or "de votre part" Instead of arguing like an a-hole, just STFU and learn something. Don't worry, I understand. You didn't go to school in America. It's okaaaaaaay...relax...it's okaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!!it's never too late. Don't worry about it.
Listen I reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally have to go now. SKOMBOLIS'S TWO SISTERS JUST WALKED IN........THEY WANNA MAKE IT A FOURSOME ALONG WITH HIS MOMMY..........Adeus bruxa.
Say, is being called a witch still considered an insult over there?
If so, is it a national phenomenon or a high school one, like mom jokes?
I just want to learn, please teach me.