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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Rye83, Mar 28, 2015.

  1. Rye83

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    @Pman,
    Welcome to Dumaguete Info!

    We welcome you aboard, and hope that you'll have a great time here with our community as well.

    Please consider taking the time to introduce yourself on this thread. Also, if you have any questions on how to use any features on the forum please don't hesitate to ask.

    Wrye
     
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  2. Pman

    Pman DI New Member

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    Hi all. I've been living here for last three months. Originally from USA.

    P(iano)man
     
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    How long do you plan on staying in Dumaguete?
     
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    Pman DI New Member

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    Through may, then coming back next fall.
     
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    Welcome to Dumaguete and the DI Forum Pman
     
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    Welcome, hope you will find the Forum all you thought it would be.
    Tell me as Brit's we read and hear a lot about "Fall" is that what we call Autumn, Sept/Oct /Nov?

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    Same in the US. Fall/Autumn.......depends where you are from in the US and your regional accent.
     
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    Cheers boss :thumbsup: I will add that to my word list :rolleyes:
    Over the next year or two I might start to get the hang of this other English, then I can make a start on the Ozzie outlook on things.

    JP :bag: :wink:
     
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    In the U.S. fall is the 'ber months. Apparently known as Christmas locally here.
     
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    Fall is when the leaves fall off the trees, Spring is when the leaves spring out from the dead looking trees. I think "Autumn" is when the fruit falls off the trees and you throw it "autumn", meaning at your friends, neighbor and the barking dogs. :wink: Any agreement here?
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