What are Repl.it's guidelines for non-English posts?
I see quite a few non-English posts around here, and after some talk with other users, I was wondering, what should I do about it?
In the official guidelines, it states:
For now, we're not supporting non-English languages. This is due to the fact that majority of our users speak only English, and it's hard to moderate posts in other languages.
But what does that mean? Is it referring to a helpful comment in the post? Or something more like a report?
If I see a post in another language (ask post) I just translate it (google) and answer in English
I guess it’s hard to moderate posts in other languages because most repl.it moderators must be English-speakers only. But I don’t think you need to report a post like that, I don’t think it would do anything...
Btw I also speak French. Idk just saying lol
@Bookie0 Oh, I'm taking French in school. I'm learning pass tense with the verb "etre" and "avoir". Could you please explain how I know if I have to user "etre" or "avoir" when making a sentence pass tense? For example:
"Je vais au supermarché"
How do I know I have to use "J'ai" instead of "Je suis"?
ah yes! the only problem is after some who sent a message, I need to confirm.
I did not make it here (so don't blame me)
Ah no, it is not serious, I also made some mistakes. It is truly a funny impression of someone speaking french, I am living and writing in french, all the time on repl.it
What that close enough?
Also, that's a reflexive verb: ne me blamez pas
Here's another example:
Je me lave les mains
Most verbs use avoir for the past tense, but certain ones use etre. The ones that use etre can easily be remembered with the mnemonic DR & MRS VANDERTRAMP.
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(I'll explain in English so because I'm better at English)
I meant that when you said you could talk without the other replers (On peut se dire des choses en secret sans que les autres nous comprennent!
)understanding you, that they could always use googe transalet to figure it out.