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Sohel
June 13, 2007, 02:04 AM
From the DS article: -

"My personal expectation is to take the Test matches to five days. We have the ability to do anything in the one-day game but we are still far behind to think about results in Test cricket," he said adding that 'bowlers can win a Test but the batsmen have to save the match."

Read: http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/06/13/d70613040130.htm

And here he talks about the hujur's sense of humor, among other things: -

http://www.prothom-alo.org/mcat.news.details.php?nid=NDQ0Mjk=&mid=OA==

If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

Trigger_Tiger
June 13, 2007, 02:32 AM
From the DS article: -

"My personal expectation is to take the Test matches to five days. We have the ability to do anything in the one-day game but we are still far behind to think about results in Test cricket," he said adding that 'bowlers can win a Test but the batsmen have to save the match."

Read: http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/06/13/d70613040130.htm

And here he talks about the hujur's sense of humor, among other things: -

http://www.prothom-alo.org/mcat.news.details.php?nid=NDQ0Mjk=&mid=OA==

If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

Nice interview, but I had always expected whatever Mashrafe said to DS from him.....ek kothaey polata bhaloee confident and has a logical mind :up:!

Also, Sohel I can read Bangla but the darned Bangla script is none of the ones I have, so could you please say here what he said to Prothom Alo.

Thanks :)

adel
June 13, 2007, 03:06 AM
From the DS article: -

If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

Yeah...it's terrible...I guess that was the problem with sending me to AISD instead of the some of the great schools in Dhaka where they do actually teach Bangla...
But i'm learnin'...getting regular lessons from my mom...unfortunately I shall soon have to wonder over to the U.S. for college/university...so for future referebce does anyone know a good internet site in whcih to learn Bangla...

sorry off-topic

adel
June 13, 2007, 03:08 AM
Jusr from the extract from the Daily Star article it shows that Mashrafe has become wise with years...He has become not only a more mature player on the field, but also off it...

Sohel
June 13, 2007, 03:15 AM
Yeah...it's terrible...I guess that was the problem with sending me to AISD instead of the some of the great schools in Dhaka where they do actually teach Bangla...
But i'm learnin'...getting regular lessons from my mom...unfortunately I shall soon have to wonder over to the U.S. for college/university...so for future referebce does anyone know a good internet site in whcih to learn Bangla...

sorry off-topic

read bangla, speak bangla, watch bangla, and learn bangla.

i grew-up in the US and france, and lived in the US for the overwhelming majority of my life, often without the benefit of a deshi community keeping it real for me BTW, and i don't have issues reading, writing (with the help of a dictionary) and speaking ancholik as well as proper bangla, not the bua-variety quite a few NRBs seem to feel OK about flaunting. if there is a will, there is alway a way bro.

Sohel
June 13, 2007, 03:18 AM
Jusr from the extract from the Daily Star article it shows that Mashrafe has become wise with years...He has become not only a more mature player on the field, but also off it...

he is 100% real ... and makes me proud to be bangladeshi with that efforless lack of pretension.

nannu
June 13, 2007, 03:39 AM
From the DS article: -

If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.



good one i like ur principle

adel
June 13, 2007, 03:57 AM
read bangla, speak bangla, watch bangla, and learn bangla.

i grew-up in the US and france, and lived in the US for the overwhelming majority of my life, often without the benefit of a deshi community keeping it real for me BTW, and i don't have issues reading, writing (with the help of a dictionary) and speaking ancholik as well as proper bangla, not the bua-variety quite a few NRBs seem to feel OK about flaunting. if there is a will, there is alway a way bro.

i also speak bangla, watch bangla and am learning to read bangla..

Sohel
June 13, 2007, 04:25 AM
i also speak bangla, watch bangla and am learning to read bangla..

good for you bro ... no offense intended BTW ... :)

Shafin
June 13, 2007, 04:57 AM
Can you tell me why My FF is showing pages like this?
I have only Avro and No Bijoy.What will I need to do to make it alright?

http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/50da30a133.jpg

Antora
June 13, 2007, 05:13 AM
omg peoplezzz hi-5 me!!! i read all that bangla by myself.. this time i didnt get my parents to help me!!! just goes to show what i can do when i try.. even though it took a while to read i still read it!!! i fell sooooooo happy!!! LOL
any way i liked the dilhara joke.." u lost ur heart?" hahaha any way!!!

Sohel
June 13, 2007, 05:59 AM
omg peoplezzz hi-5 me!!! i read all that bangla by myself.. this time i didnt get my parents to help me!!! just goes to show what i can do when i try.. even though it took a while to read i still read it!!! i fell sooooooo happy!!! LOL
any way i liked the dilhara joke.." u lost ur heart?" hahaha any way!!!

proud of you sistah ! ... :big_hug:

Antora
June 13, 2007, 06:02 AM
proud of you sistah ! ... :big_hug:

lol thnxxxxx:) :D

Sohel
June 13, 2007, 06:15 AM
Shafin, your post is creating rendering issues in this page bro, can you please remove the pic ? ... BTW, just keep hitting the refresh button until the bangla comes out right, that's what i do.

Miraz
June 13, 2007, 06:21 AM
For Shafin,

You cannot read Prothom Alo using FF unless you have the IE Tab as the add on.

Use IE or add IE Tab in the FF.

Aritro
June 13, 2007, 06:40 AM
From the DS article: -

"My personal expectation is to take the Test matches to five days. We have the ability to do anything in the one-day game but we are still far behind to think about results in Test cricket," he said adding that 'bowlers can win a Test but the batsmen have to save the match."

Read: http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/06/13/d70613040130.htm

And here he talks about the hujur's sense of humor, among other things: -

http://www.prothom-alo.org/mcat.news.details.php?nid=NDQ0Mjk=&mid=OA==

If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

Maybe you could post a translation, for those of us who haven't learned to feel better about ourselves :rolleyes:

Shafin
June 13, 2007, 06:59 AM
For Shafin,

You cannot read Prothom Alo using FF unless you have the IE Tab as the add on.

Use IE or add IE Tab in the FF.
Used IE Tab,same problem.Used IE,same problem.It would have needed IE if it was Bijoy fonts,like amader Somoy,But I checked the page source and it is in UTF-8,so it should be unicode compliant but it is unable to show "kar"s or complex alphabets.

Sohel
June 13, 2007, 07:14 AM
Maybe you could post a translation, for those of us who haven't learned to feel better about ourselves :rolleyes:

chokh ultiye spot-e phele dilen bhai, not in the moof to translate today bro. besides, too much of the rosh gets lost in translation ... maybe later.

Nafi
June 13, 2007, 07:37 AM
If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

Sorry but I'll give that a miss, Iver tried before, so atleast I know the alphabet /:)

For now I'll just ask my dad to translate

Kabir
June 13, 2007, 09:14 AM
"My personal expectation is to take the Test matches to five days. We have the ability to do anything in the one-day game but we are still far behind to think about results in Test cricket," he said adding that 'bowlers can win a Test but the batsmen have to save the match."

Good to know that our players realize that we're far behind in Tests. And hopefully, this will motivate them to play better.

SS
June 13, 2007, 09:19 AM
One thing I don't understand what I read in other threads that our players started to bat in net for one hour. Do you guys think batting one hour can prepare batsmen to stay in crease for whole day. Obviously we didn't work hard enough to prepare ourselves for test cricket.
Anyways, glad to see Mashrafee's return, his return is a boost to our morale and pace department. I hope Shahadat and he will serve us good through out the busy schedule ahead of us. This test will be really important for us showing if we learnt anything from an unsuccessful recent series.

al Furqaan
June 13, 2007, 09:31 AM
If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

relax ak, i'm the only one on BC that fits that description...can i get a translation please?

IanW
June 13, 2007, 11:06 AM
Score 650 runs in both innings and, assuming that Masrafee and Shahadat are fit, the Tigers have the bowling to win more games than they lose.

Ian Whitchurch

selina
June 13, 2007, 07:59 PM
If you're a bangladeshi who doesn't read bangla, it's about time you LEARN, and learn to feel better about yourself.

God, I hate it when Bangladeshis don't speak Bangla with other Bangladeshis, but would rather speak English.

BTW, the article about Yusuf was absolutely hilarious and very well written.:)

I'm glad Mash is being practical but I didn't like it when he said "We're not going to think about winning or losing in Tests, we're going to think about improvement in performance." Because I want them to think about winning.........just a little, teeny, weeny bit. ;)

BD Tigers
June 13, 2007, 08:37 PM
Great to see Mash and Shahadat are ready to go. I hope they stay fit throughout the series Insha Allah.

Intereseting to know about Md. Yusuf :)

Rifat
June 14, 2007, 12:40 PM
Sorry but I'll give that a miss, Iver tried before, so atleast I know the alphabet /:)

For now I'll just ask my dad to translate

i was born in Bangaldesh and as an awful note i don't memorize the bangla alphabet from "ko kho go gho umo cho scho....and so on" but i finished fifth grade in Bangaldesh and i can read bangla fine.


certain members were never born in bangladesh, have never been to bangladesh, so it is a very difficult task to learn bangla, praise goes to those who do...

metallian
June 14, 2007, 01:57 PM
i was born in Bangaldesh and as an awful note i don't memorize the bangla alphabet from "ko kho go gho umo cho scho....and so on" but i finished fifth grade in Bangaldesh and i can read bangla fine.


certain members were never born in bangladesh, have never been to bangladesh, so it is a very difficult task to learn bangla, praise goes to those who do...

yeh i know what u mean. i left dhaka when i was in 6th grade. i can still read fine but sometimes i wud read something but its hard to make sense out of it right away(especially the news papers) but i like reading humayun ahmed. his bangla is pretty easy and he writes as we speak it(not too formal). but i have trouble writing in bangla. i forget the alphabets/spellings so yes it is a difficult task as it is for my little brother. He was in like 1st grade and he doesnt read any bangla.BUt i believe its a necessity to learn to read and SPEAK FLUENT BANGLA. I HATE benglies who speak bangla with a western accent. it pisses me off

akabir77
June 14, 2007, 02:39 PM
U guys r fight cause some kid can't speak fluent bangla! tusk tusk what r you going to say when well grown Bangladeshi talks with others in hindi/udru? We need to fix that before even been concern about these kids speaking in bangla...