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Date: 31 Jan 2009 14:40:53
From: TT
Subject: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
"He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
to put the ball in unbelievable, no?

Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
couldn't believe, no?

But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."


This was the point he was talking about:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDeboVmambo&fmt=18

Some other great points from the match:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=18




 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 15:34:53
From:
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 2:15=A0pm, "arnab.z@gmail" <arnab.zah...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Jan 31, 7:25=A0pm, Sakari Lund <sakari.l...@welho.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 15:02:34 +0200, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> > >GOAT wrote:
> > >> On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> > >>> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's takin=
g the
> > >>> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a ch=
ance
> > >>> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>
> > >>> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that poin=
t
> > >>> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he j=
ust
> > >>> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> > >>> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, lik=
e, I
> > >>> couldn't believe, no?
>
> > >>> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like=
,
> > >>> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surp=
rised
> > >>> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that=
all
> > >>> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world=
."
>
> > >>> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watc=
h?v=3DFDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
>
> > >>> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch=
?v=3D_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18
>
> > >> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
> > >> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say tha=
t?
>
> > >> Hardly good English, no?
>
> > >Hardly on-topic, no?
>
> > It was a good question, no?
>
> They should speak in Spanish. It's the journalists job to speak his
> language.

So journalists should be able to speak the language of any player who
happens to be in the tournament?

How many languages are you fluent in?



 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 10:23:34
From:
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 1:19=A0pm, RahimAsif <RahimA...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Jan 31, 6:40=A0am, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking th=
e
> > ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
> > to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>
> > Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
> > unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
> > put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> > unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
> > couldn't believe, no?
>
> > But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
> > With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprise=
d
> > of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
> > the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>
> > This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3DFDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
>
> > Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3D_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18
>
> Those points were great, but overall I wasn't particularly impressed
> with Rafa's play. Very defensive, like before FO 2008...- Hide quoted tex=
t -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Looked to me like how he played against Djoke at Cincinnati last year,
or against Murray at USO or against Simon in Madrid.

Incredible defense that sometimes isn't quite good enough against
players whose games are more suited to hard courts. In this case it
was barely good enough.


 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 10:19:32
From: RahimAsif
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 6:40=A0am, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>
> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
> couldn't believe, no?
>
> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>
> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D=
FDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
>
> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D_=
6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18

Those points were great, but overall I wasn't particularly impressed
with Rafa's play. Very defensive, like before FO 2008...


 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 06:34:41
From: JJ
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 9:15=A0am, "arnab.z@gmail" <arnab.zah...@gmail.com > wrote:
>
> They should speak in Spanish. It's the journalists job to speak his
> language.

The LPGA last year passed a resolution that all players needed to be
proficient in English, no?
http://tinyurl.com/bwowbm


 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 06:15:13
From: arnab.z@gmail
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 7:25=A0pm, Sakari Lund <sakari.l...@welho.com > wrote:
> On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 15:02:34 +0200, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >GOAT wrote:
> >> On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >>> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking =
the
> >>> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chan=
ce
> >>> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>
> >>> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
> >>> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he jus=
t
> >>> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> >>> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like,=
I
> >>> couldn't believe, no?
>
> >>> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
> >>> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surpri=
sed
> >>> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that a=
ll
> >>> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>
> >>> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?=
v=3DFDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
>
> >>> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3D_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18
>
> >> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
> >> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>
> >> Hardly good English, no?
>
> >Hardly on-topic, no?
>
> It was a good question, no?

They should speak in Spanish. It's the journalists job to speak his
language.


 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 05:17:02
From: GOAT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 1:02=A0pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> GOAT wrote:
> > On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> >> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking t=
he
> >> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chanc=
e
> >> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>
> >> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
> >> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
> >> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> >> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, =
I
> >> couldn't believe, no?
>
> >> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
> >> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surpris=
ed
> >> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that al=
l
> >> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>
> >> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3DFDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
>
> >> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3D_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18
>
> > Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
> > their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>
> > Hardly good English, no?
>
> Hardly on-topic, no?
>
> --
> "Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
> singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"- Hid=
e quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

I hardly care, no?


  
Date: 31 Jan 2009 15:19:00
From: TT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
GOAT wrote:
> On Jan 31, 1:02 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>> GOAT wrote:
>>> On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
>>>> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
>>>> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>>>> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
>>>> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
>>>> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
>>>> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
>>>> couldn't believe, no?
>>>> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
>>>> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
>>>> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
>>>> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>>>> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDeboVmambo&fmt=18
>>>> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=18
>>> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
>>> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>>> Hardly good English, no?
>> Hardly on-topic, no?
>>
>> --
>> "Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
>> singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -
>
> I hardly care, no?

You'll hardly get an answer, no?

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


 
Date: 31 Jan 2009 04:59:35
From: GOAT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Jan 31, 12:40=A0pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org > wrote:
> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>
> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
> couldn't believe, no?
>
> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>
> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D=
FDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
>
> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D_=
6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18

Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?

Hardly good English, no?


  
Date: 31 Jan 2009 23:33:11
From: Richard Eich
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
thetruetennisgoat@hotmail.co.uk wrote...
> On Jan 31, 12:40=A0pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
> > "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking th=
e
> > ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
> > to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
> >
> > Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
> > unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
> > put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
> > unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
> > couldn't believe, no?
> >
> > But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
> > With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprise=
d
> > of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
> > the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
> >
> > This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3DFDeboVmambo&fmt=3D18
> >
> > Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
=3D_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=3D18
>=20
> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>=20
> Hardly good English, no?

Similar to how some native English speakers end sentences with "you=20
know ?"

--=20
A fight starts when a man reaches the limits of his intelligence.


  
Date: 31 Jan 2009 14:08:13
From: Giovanni Zippotone
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
GOAT <thetruetennisgoat@hotmail.co.uk > wrote in news:73bf2811-7f58-49ea-
9962-90b420b66c45@z27g2000prd.googlegroups.com:


>
> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>

Not a matter of being Spaniard, it's just that Verdasco doesn't seem to
speak good english. That's all...


   
Date: 31 Jan 2009 16:03:08
From: Aimless
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't

"Giovanni Zippotone" <lemster@motorhead.com > wrote in message

> Not a matter of being Spaniard, it's just that Verdasco doesn't seem to
> speak good english. That's all...

It is a matter of confidence with one's english, of course. Nobody here in
Italy would say no that many times in a conversation but the construction
"question, no?" does exist. In facts it's a very common mistake even for
high school students here. It looks retarded to have to repeat the whole
verb and subject when you could just say "no".



    
Date: 31 Jan 2009 17:21:56
From: TT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
Aimless wrote:
>
> "Giovanni Zippotone" <lemster@motorhead.com> wrote in message
>
>> Not a matter of being Spaniard, it's just that Verdasco doesn't seem to
>> speak good english. That's all...
>
> It is a matter of confidence with one's english, of course. Nobody here
> in Italy would say no that many times in a conversation but the
> construction "question, no?" does exist. In facts it's a very common
> mistake even for high school students here. It looks retarded to have to
> repeat the whole verb and subject when you could just say "no".

They feed that "no" with a babymilk in Italy.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


   
Date: 31 Jan 2009 16:34:24
From: Sakari Lund
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On 31 Jan 2009 14:08:13 GMT, Giovanni Zippotone
<lemster@motorhead.com > wrote:

>GOAT <thetruetennisgoat@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in news:73bf2811-7f58-49ea-
>9962-90b420b66c45@z27g2000prd.googlegroups.com:
>
>
>>
>> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
>> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>>
>
>Not a matter of being Spaniard, it's just that Verdasco doesn't seem to
>speak good english. That's all...

Nadal is famous for saying that too all the time.


    
Date: 31 Jan 2009 12:21:20
From: Javier Gonzalez
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
Sakari Lund <sakari.lund@welho.com > wrote:
> On 31 Jan 2009 14:08:13 GMT, Giovanni Zippotone
> <lemster@motorhead.com> wrote:
>
>>GOAT <thetruetennisgoat@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in news:73bf2811-7f58-49ea-
>>9962-90b420b66c45@z27g2000prd.googlegroups.com:
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
>>> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>>>
>>
>>Not a matter of being Spaniard, it's just that Verdasco doesn't seem to
>>speak good english. That's all...
>
> Nadal is famous for saying that too all the time.

Is it like, like, using like in, like, sentences, like?


     
Date: 31 Jan 2009 20:16:03
From: TT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
Javier Gonzalez wrote:
> Sakari Lund <sakari.lund@welho.com> wrote:
>> On 31 Jan 2009 14:08:13 GMT, Giovanni Zippotone
>> <lemster@motorhead.com> wrote:
>>
>>> GOAT <thetruetennisgoat@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in news:73bf2811-7f58-49ea-
>>> 9962-90b420b66c45@z27g2000prd.googlegroups.com:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
>>>> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>>>>
>>> Not a matter of being Spaniard, it's just that Verdasco doesn't seem to
>>> speak good english. That's all...
>> Nadal is famous for saying that too all the time.
>
> Is it like, like, using like in, like, sentences, like?

Yeah, you know like end of sentence you know.

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


  
Date: 31 Jan 2009 14:44:09
From: Aimless
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
Take a sentence like "He likes to hit the forehand inside out, doesn't he?".
In order to make a question of the same type in italian or spanish one would
add a "no" at the end of the sentence, before the question mark.



   
Date: 31 Jan 2009 16:33:53
From: Sakari Lund
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 14:44:09 +0100, "Aimless"
<creepingcuriously9983@hotmail.com > wrote:

>Take a sentence like "He likes to hit the forehand inside out, doesn't he?".
>In order to make a question of the same type in italian or spanish one would
>add a "no" at the end of the sentence, before the question mark.

Thanks, sounds obvious now that you say it. I've been thinking vaguely
it is something like that, but never really thought about it.


   
Date: 31 Jan 2009 14:56:19
From: *skriptis
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't

"Aimless" <creepingcuriously9983@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:498455aa$0$1116$4fafbaef@reader1.news.tin.it...
> Take a sentence like "He likes to hit the forehand inside out, doesn't
> he?". In order to make a question of the same type in italian or spanish
> one would add a "no" at the end of the sentence, before the question mark.

Spot-on.
I was waiting here when would actually someone "explain" it.




  
Date: 31 Jan 2009 15:02:34
From: TT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
GOAT wrote:
> On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
>> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
>> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>>
>> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
>> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
>> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
>> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
>> couldn't believe, no?
>>
>> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
>> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
>> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
>> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>>
>> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDeboVmambo&fmt=18
>>
>> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=18
>
> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>
> Hardly good English, no?

Hardly on-topic, no?

--
"Now I have so many dreams to chase - the French Open, an Olympic
singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"


   
Date: 31 Jan 2009 15:25:44
From: Sakari Lund
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 15:02:34 +0200, TT <gold@Olympics.org > wrote:

>GOAT wrote:
>> On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
>>> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
>>> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>>>
>>> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
>>> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
>>> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
>>> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
>>> couldn't believe, no?
>>>
>>> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
>>> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
>>> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
>>> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>>>
>>> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDeboVmambo&fmt=18
>>>
>>> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=18
>>
>> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
>> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>>
>> Hardly good English, no?
>
>Hardly on-topic, no?

It was a good question, no?


    
Date: 31 Jan 2009 15:38:29
From: TT
Subject: Re: Verdasco: Nadal consistently makes shots other player can't
Sakari Lund wrote:
> On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 15:02:34 +0200, TT <gold@Olympics.org> wrote:
>
>> GOAT wrote:
>>> On Jan 31, 12:40 pm, TT <g...@Olympics.org> wrote:
>>>> "He have unbelievable legs. He run unbelievable. Anyway, he's taking the
>>>> ball, you know, like so difficult. I think that he always have a chance
>>>> to put the ball in unbelievable, no?
>>>>
>>>> Today was a lot of points like this. You know, I remember that point
>>>> unbelievable that I made a smash like so close to the net, and he just
>>>> put the ball in. I put it again to the forehand, and he made
>>>> unbelievable passing shot cross-court with the forehand. I was, like, I
>>>> couldn't believe, no?
>>>>
>>>> But, you know, with Rafa after, I start laughing because I say like,
>>>> With him is normal. With the others, no. But with him, I'm not surprised
>>>> of this, no? I saw him play a lot of times, and he made things that all
>>>> the other doesn't make. So this is why he's also No. 1 in the world."
>>>>
>>>> This was the point he was talking about:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDeboVmambo&fmt=18
>>>>
>>>> Some other great points from the match:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6JvDnWdPV0&fmt=18
>>> Why is it that Spaniards speak in this way with "no" at the end of
>>> their sentences, when they speak English. Are they taught to say that?
>>>
>>> Hardly good English, no?
>> Hardly on-topic, no?
>
> It was a good question, no?

No, no?

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singles gold medal in London in 2012, the Davis Cup for Switzerland"