Probably, if you're Chinese and your parents taught you the traditional one. There's another problem right there: It's so unnecessarily complicated, the Chinese even had to throw their dignity away and reassemble most characters so you wouldn't have to spend 4 decades writing everything. And when native speakers do that to their own writing system, you know something is off.
There's one thing I know for sure, though - I cannot input in Traditional Chinese using my computer, due to... a lack of input method suitable for use for someone that uses Hanyu Pinyin all the way.
I hear it's a bitch to type in Japanese as well, because apparently there aren't enough buttons to assign to just one Kana, so they first write it in Roman characters and then convert them to their Kana forms. No idea what they do with the tremendous amount of Kanji they'd still need to use in conjunction, nor have I typed anything with that tiny... uh, Furigana, or whatever in it. So yeah, pretty annoying. Over here you can use Hangul as both a syllablary and an alphabet, though I admit I'm not as used to typing things in Korean as I am in typing English.
Anywho, I'm going to sleep, see you guys.
Moving on, 6DVDs? How much memory do they have (each)? Maybe I should start using my new hard drive
And, I don't support the use of simplified characters either, but it's becoming a necessity in learning Chinese. Although, the government in mainland is allowing the use of traditional characters for (strictly) academic purposes. They're really having some difficulty in reading the old text. And, traditional Chinese is still being used in Taiwan and some overseas Chinese community.
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Hey good people of this thread, I have no idea what the current conversation is, but I'm bored so here I am.
Yeah, same. Although I plan on watching Saw 1-3 soon with my brother.