IVhorseman wrote:He is, but he mistranslated. in portugese, I'm guessing the words for "school" and "college" are similar or the same. Also, most Europeans call college "university".
Blitzen wrote:"Colégio" sounds like private school.
I should also note that, in Canada, colleges and universities are different things, and most people want to go to university. This further extends America's perceived stupidity, because college diplomas take less time to complete than university degrees, and you usually have more employment oppourtunities coming from a university.
Tuefish wrote:I play "Pirates of the Spanish main" (and all it's permutations)
It's a constructable card game, and despite the dweeby commercials, it is Awesome.
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