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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    I dunno, but I jsut guess depends on which player they are talking to.
    For example, I guess Choong Tan Fook(fr. Ipoh) will speak Cantonese with Koo Kien Keat(fr. Ipoh), but speak Mandarin to Lee Chong Wei(fr. Penang), speak Malay to Hafiz, and English to Park Joo Bong.
    wow, truly multilingual, should be a language coach also

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    Can someone post the MS MD schedules? I can't open the link thru worldbadminton.net . I realy dont want to miss the matches!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents
    wow, truly multilingual, should be a language coach also
    Lots of malaysians are multi-lingual, especially the ethnic Chinese

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    [QUOTE=badMania]Predictions in bold as usual.

    MEN'S SINGLES

    Lin Dan vs Chen Hong -- match of the day
    Kuan Beng Hong vs Peter Gade
    Lee Hyun-Il vs Bao Chunlai
    Wong Choong Hann vs Chen Jin

    --expecting yet another long match between Lin and Gade on Saturday night.

    I don't think the match of the day will be between Lin and Chen since they are comptratroits. If Chen (or Lin but not likely Lin) actually tries to play like how he did during the 05 AE then we would have a good match. If Chen takes Lin out, Peter's chance of winning the tournament is incrased substantially.

    I think the match of the day is between Lee Hyun-Il and Bao Chunlai while all the others should be good to watch also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents
    what language is used between Malaysia players or in their training?
    yeah i watched them train.. its kinda funny sometimes they speak all five langs/dialects with each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania
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    Paaske/Rasmussen vs Fu/Cai -- match of the day
    I'm suspect this will be the last match for JR/Lars. Jonas has a neck injury, and it was obviously they were struggling badly against Logosz/Mateusiak, a pair they normally beat without hardly breaking a sweat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    yeah i watched them train.. its kinda funny sometimes they speak all five langs/dialects with each other.
    Sounds typical... Malay/English/Mandarin/Cantonese/Hokkien?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    yeah i watched them train.. its kinda funny sometimes they speak all five langs/dialects with each other.
    Yea...Malaysian chinese can speak many languages.Hm....Im so proud...haha.
    Lee Wan Wah can spaeks in chinese right ?? but he cant write in chinese.Same with kkk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheongsa
    Sounds typical... Malay/English/Mandarin/Cantonese/Hokkien?
    That's one heck of an accent.

    Very impressive though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheongsa
    Sounds typical... Malay/English/Mandarin/Cantonese/Hokkien?
    It sounds like that people from small countries are all language expert. I bet Danes can speak Danish, English, Faroese, and German. Some of them may have to speak Greenlandic also. 5 languages too, exactly same number of languages Malaysians can speak. while people from big countries, like Americans can only speak English, and most Chinese from China (not from Malaysia) can only speak Chinese. Small countries are the driving force of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents
    Small countries are the driving force of the world.
    Nice quote. Sounds like something an economist or philosopher would say.

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    Just hope that Lin Dan vs Chen Hong match will be played in a true sportmen spirit. It will sound suspicious if anyone of them withdraw due to injury again.
    Lets see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    I am not anti-chinese but I just hope that there are no Chinese in the semifinal other than Lin Dan/Chen Hong.. I'm kinda fed up with Chinese domination.

    i am not agreed with you..is not Chinese players dominate the game BUT other players should self-criticism why they lost the game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaSoon
    i am not agreed with you..is not Chinese players dominate the game BUT other players should self-criticism why they lost the game!
    I wanna see Chen Jin win the whole enchilada!

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    Default Any Pics of the English !!

    Im after any pics of my old buddies .. Anthony Clark & Nathan Robertson .. who coincedentally play each other today !!

    Good result for Ant beating Zhang & Gao ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mark
    Nathan Robertson
    You mean the pirate? "Arrrrrrgh matey!"

    Nat can play, he's awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    I wanna see Chen Jin win the whole enchilada!
    Chen Jin is very good, young & matured player. You can see this when he played with Jonassen, even he is lag behind 0:8 but he pursued to 10:10 & win 15:10 in 1st game.

    For me, I wanna see Bao Chun Lai overcome any opponents in final game & win the championship. He is a very good player, only he lack of confident & not be firm enough especially when he meet Lin Dan. If he can accelerate his speed & strengthen his psychology, i think he can win the championship in this tournament.

    If both Bao & Chen Jin win in the quarter final, they will meet in semi final !!!

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