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Both are easy...but based on people i know Spanish is way easier to understand...even without lessons after some months you can understand and the are easier to pronounce for us than other languages...

Really? About the accent, i will agree. Only Spaniards can prounounce the Greek θ and δ correctly. They have them in their language too.

Check out Javier Bardem speaking Greek at the end of the video. No accent!! :D

Sorry again :D

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Really? About the accent, i will agree. Only Spaniards can prounounce the Greek θ and δ correctly. They have them in their language too.

Check out Javier Bardem speaking Greek at the end of the video. No accent!! :D

Sorry again :D

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I don't like the lisp at all. We south Americans make fun of Spaniards :D I do like Messi AND Javier.

I think Greek is easy to pronounce.

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Really? About the accent, i will agree. Only Spaniards can prounounce the Greek θ and δ correctly. They have them in their language too.

Check out Javier Bardem speaking Greek at the end of the video. No accent!! :D

Sorry again :D

:wub: I will buy tomorrow...he ask it so nice :P

I don't like the lisp at all. We south Americans make fun of Spaniards :D I do like Messi AND Javier.

I think Greek is easy to pronounce.

I think it is easy to pronounce too...but most of the people kill them.. :moque:

I love Argentinian accent...and i love vos and sos :mfr_lol:

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:wub: I will buy tomorrow...he ask it so nice :P

I think it is easy to pronounce too...but most of the people kill them.. :moque:

I love Argentinian accent...and i love vos and sos :mfr_lol:

I know, the vosotros is :mf_cupid:

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I don't like the lisp at all. We south Americans make fun of Spaniards :D I do like Messi AND Javier.

I think Greek is easy to pronounce.

What you mean you don't like the lisp? :o That is what makes Spaniards sound so sexy :th_SwoonLoveSmiley::D

I also think that Greek must be easy to pronounce but there are a couple of sounds that foreigners usually can't pronounce correctly.

I was also reading recently common words of the two languages and the way they are pronounced in Spanish is very similar with Greek. http://www.slideshar...spanish#btnNext

and a song written by an Argentinian in Spanish but using only Greek words, except the refren

:wub: I will buy tomorrow...he ask it so nice :P

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who cares about the Doctors without borders? Since Javier Bardem asked, i am going to buy them too :sm16:

He spoke Greek amazing. At first i thought they had dubbed!!

Messi is cute :biggrin:

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What you mean you don't like the lisp? :o That is what makes Spaniards sound so sexy :th_SwoonLoveSmiley::D

I also think that Greek must be easy to pronounce but there are a couple of sounds that foreigners usually can't pronounce correctly.

I was also reading recently common words of the two languages and the way they are pronounced in Spanish is very similar with Greek. http://www.slideshar...spanish#btnNext

and a song written by an Argentinian in Spanish but using only Greek words, except the refren

:bounce2:

who cares about the Doctors without borders? Since Javier Bardem asked, i am going to buy them too :sm16:

He spoke Greek amazing. At first i thought they had dubbed!!

Messi is cute :biggrin:

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LoL! I don't like the lisp. It sounds so sunny to us. :D

I do like your Messi posts :mf_cupid: He is super cute and super nice, considering he is God's gift to the game of football :D

Maybe for Spanish speakers Greek is easy to pronounce. I picked up quite a bit of Greek on my trip there and I was told my pronunciation was great. :mf_cupid: Greek is such a beautiful language as well. Love the song! :)

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Tonight: FIFA Ballon d’Or ! :faim:

Ballon d’Or 2012: What the nominees say:

Lionel Messi: “It’s nice to beat records but the win for the team is what is important. If Iniesta wins, it will be well-deserved for all that he has done, for the way he plays. Again, it will also be a prize for the dressing room.”

Cristiano Ronaldo: “If I win, perfect. If I don’t, never mind, life goes on. But obviously I’d love to win. I’m not going to lie or be hypocritical. Fair or unfair, the decision will be what it will be. I’ll maybe be very happy or maybe very sad. But that’s life. I can’t live according to an individual prize.”

Andrés Iniesta: “The Ballon d’Or? This is something that I do not decide. The only thing that I am worried about is to play well and make the fans happy. I am not competing against anyone. I would give it to Messi.”

http://sportsnewsireland.com/soccer/soccer_irish/barcelona-star-messi-favorite-to-win-the-golden-ball-tonight/

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Tonight: FIFA Ballon d’Or ! :faim:

Ballon d’Or 2012: What the nominees say:

Lionel Messi: “It’s nice to beat records but the win for the team is what is important. If Iniesta wins, it will be well-deserved for all that he has done, for the way he plays. Again, it will also be a prize for the dressing room.”

Cristiano Ronaldo: “If I win, perfect. If I don’t, never mind, life goes on. But obviously I’d love to win. I’m not going to lie or be hypocritical. Fair or unfair, the decision will be what it will be. I’ll maybe be very happy or maybe very sad. But that’s life. I can’t live according to an individual prize.”

Andrés Iniesta: “The Ballon d’Or? This is something that I do not decide. The only thing that I am worried about is to play well and make the fans happy. I am not competing against anyone. I would give it to Messi.”

http://sportsnewsireland.com/soccer/soccer_irish/barcelona-star-messi-favorite-to-win-the-golden-ball-tonight/

Our boys are so sweet! :mf_cupid: Messi or Iniesta. Win Win! :loveshower:

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Lionel Messi finished the 2012 calendar year with a world-record 91 goals in all competitions. He’s pretty good. :D

Here they are:

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:loveshower: He won and this is my 1,000 th post :D I've never ever exceeded 450 posts in any forum and that in 6-7 yrs of being a member !

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Lionel Messi wins fourth Ballon d'Or and dominance looks unstoppable The Barcelona forward has superseded Marco van Basten and Johan Cruyff and looks certain to win more world player awards.

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Lionel Messi won his fourth successive Ballon d'Or after a glorious 2012 with Barcelona and Argentina. Photograph: Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images Another record gone. Lionel Messi finished 2012 on 91 goals in 69 games. He began 2013 by winning the Fifa Ballon d'Or (with 41.6% of the votes), Cristiano Ronaldo (23.7%) came second and Andrés Iniesta (10.9%) third. It is the fourth time Messi has won it and no one else has won it so often. Because the award is a merger of the old European Footballer of the Year and the Fifa World Player of the Year which was inaugurated only in 1991, Diego Maradona never won it and nor did Pelé but it is doubtful even they would have matched Messi's achievement. Marco van Basten won the European award three times in five years, Johan Cruyff three in four and Platini three years in a row. Alfredo Di Stéfano won it twice. Messi has superseded all of them. Months of speculation slowly gave way to a growing realisation, especially as the European Championship was left behind and Messi accelerated towards the end of the year: it was going to be him again. He scored twice in each of eight successive games and they were almost all goals of barely plausible brilliance; when he scored only once in his final game of 2012, it was as if he had underachieved. On Monday night, finally it was confirmed. "The good thing about the Ballon d'Or is that it's being handed out tomorrow," the Barcelona coach, Tito Vilanova, had said the night before. Everyone could get on with their lives, talk about something else for a change. Hardly: first there will be the reaction and then it will not be long before talk turns to next year's award. Except that right now it is hard to imagine anyone else walking away a winner from Zurich in 12 months' time; 2012, like 2010, was an opportunity for others. But Messi swept all before him again. All the excitement, all the debates, all the headlines. The same winner. Michael Owen recalls how Gérard Houllier had to pull him aside after he won the Ballon d'Or in 2001 and impress upon him the significance of the award. Owen had taken it in his stride; Houllier was shocked at how blase he was. In France, he insisted, it is huge. In Spain, too. The Ballon d'Or has become more important in England over the decade since international football, projected by the Champions League, carried by a television and internet boom, accessible in a way unthinkable 10 years ago, is followed far more closely than it was then and European exposure brings European tastes. But, at least while the candidates all reside south of the Pyrenees, the interest still does not match that of the Spanish. Only one Spaniard has ever won the award: Luis Suárez in 1960. Many have never forgiven Owen. Some consider it a grave injustice that Raúl did not become the second; 2001 was the year when Raúl's candidacy was at its strongest; the England striker's Ballon d'Or was "rightfully" Raúl's. Similarly, had Owen not been a former winner, Real Madrid's president Florentino Pérez would surely have been less interested in signing him: here was another one for the collection, status guaranteed. An "objective" measure of the best player in the world. Just as with Raúl, a sense of injustice exists now. It is quieter, but it is there. This Spain side is the most successful international team there has ever been. But none of its players have won the award. In 2010, even Messi seemed surprised to finish ahead of Xavi and Andrés Iniesta. Here, Iniesta was Spain's sole representative – the winner of Uefa's Best Player in Europe award following Euro 2012. "I don't need individual awards to feel recognised; football is a collective game," he said. But that collective success, some argue, should have been recognised in this award. Spain's media and fans remain divided along club lines, though. Over 60% of the country declares itself a fan of Madrid or Barcelona and sports newspapers wear their club colours unashamedly. Even the idea of a Spanish winner only unites them at a superficial level: they want a club winner. When the list for the team of the year was released the front cover of AS said it all: "Madrid 6 Barcelona 5". And so it is that the battle comes back down to the two men who have come to represent Spain's biggest two clubs, the personification of the greatest rivalry. Messi had already admitted that he would be voting for Xavi, Iniesta and his Argentina team-mate Sergio Agüero; asked why he did not vote for Messi, Ronaldo insisted here that the reason was simple – he hadn't voted at all. Injury meant that he missed international duty and his voting papers were passed to a team-mate – who voted for him. By the time the ceremony came round, Ronaldo had got used to the idea that he was not going to win: "This is not a life and death issue," he said. In August he had insisted: "I only want justice to be done." José Mourinho, who did not attend despite being short-listed for the managerial award, bemoaned that Messi would win, "after the campaign that has been carried out". Yet the most aggressive campaign had been his own in favour of Ronaldo. "How can Messi win the Ballon d'Or without winning the league or the Champions League?" Mourinho asked. Last year Messi picked up almost half the votes; there was no question. This time, a case can certainly be made for Ronaldo, who helped carry Real Madrid to the league title, taking it from Barcelona for the first time in four years and breaking an all-time points record. He scored the goal that effectively clinched the title at Camp Nou, one of 63 he scored in 71 games. Ronaldo, like Messi, reached the Champions League semi-final and, like Messi, missed a penalty. But Ronaldo missed his in the shootout having scored in normal time. At Euro 2012 Portugal reached the semi-final where they were defeated by Spain; Ronaldo was down to take the final penalty but never got the chance. Messi, of course, was not there. At team level Messi only won a Copa del Rey. But then he scored more goals than anyone in a calendar year (the last man to hold the record, Gerd Müller, did not win the Ballon d'Or either: Franz Beckenbauer did in 1972). Messi finished as the Champions League's top scorer for a fourth year in a row. And he started to do the one thing that everyone agreed he still had pending: perform brilliantly, consistently, for Argentina: his 12 international goals included a hat-trick against Brazil. This is a wider electorate now than the ones used for either of the awards that preceded it. With the old system, where only journalists voted, Messi would not have won in 2010. With 600 in the electorate now, the criteria are widened and yet also narrowed; virtually no one is going to leave Messi out of their top three. Beyond the analyses, a very simple question: who is the best player in the world? Few would doubt that the answer is Messi. "For as long as Messi is around, the Ballon d'Or makes no sense," Dani Alves said, while Agüero concurred: "The Ballon d'Or will always be for Messi." Messi is 25. It may be a long wait for someone else. Fifa World XI of the Year Iker Casillas; Dani Alves, Gérard Piqué, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo; Xabi Alonso, Xavi, Andrés Iniesta; Lionel Messi, Radamel Falcao, Cristiano Ronaldo.

I think they should rename it the Ballon De Messi :D and can someone get him a decent stylist? :desespoir: His tuxedos are always so ugly :D

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:loveshower: He won and this is my 1,000 th post :D I've never ever exceeded 450 posts in any forum and that in 6-7 yrs of being a member !

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YEY! :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower: Congrats to both of you. I love you both! :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower: Keep them coming Çirkin! I love your posts :wub:

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YEY! :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower: Congrats to both of you. I love you both! :loveshower: :loveshower: :loveshower: Keep them coming Çirkin! I love your posts :wub:

Thank you :wetkissf:loveyouboyb.gif 2 ! And I am really happy he won :th_Cheer-1: :th_Cheer-1:

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My Cousin is a Real Madrid fan and he is really upset that CR didn't win :D He posted this on his FB :moque:

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My Cousin is a Real Madrid fan and he is really upset that CR didn't win :D He posted this on his FB :moque:

The suit was just :desespoir: But he's the best player in the world. He can wear whatever he wants :D

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My Cousin is a Real Madrid fan and he is really upset that CR didn't win :D He posted this on his FB :moque:

The tux sucks that's true

Sorry CR fans, found this on FB :D

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