I have been too busy smoking wee.... I mean making homework =I.
I have to make homework at least 4 hours a day, 6 days a week, and on Sunday I go to friends and Tuesday I sport. So I'm very busy and I'm sorry but I don't have any time to play CoC or post things at CoC wiki :(
I was thinking of making an app for the clash wiki, since all of the rest are generally rubbish. I'm taking a coding course in October but it's for Android, so, I'd like to ask how different IOS is from Android?
It's possible, though I'm pretty sure "alot" isn't a word in either the British or American dictionaries (looking "alot" up in the Oxford English Dictionary online returns the same "nonstandard/not a word" definition as looking it up in Webster's). The same is true for the suffix '-ware'; that denotes a concept or collection, which can't really be made plural. You don't have "two softwares", you have "two types of software" or "two software applications". Interestingly enough, the word "ware" itself is nearly always plural (you don't typically have a "ware" to sell, but you can very much have "wares" to sell).
Well, I know what it means, I was just kidding but to do something about the fact that you don't speak my language you can learn dutch too. It's not that hard, it's only one of the hardest languages in the world, but it is a western language so for english people it's not very hard to speak.
[quote]Closely linked to German and English, Dutch is the national language of the Netherlands and spoken across Europe by 28 million people.[/quote]