"It's something important for me to see the combination that I'm now joining into."
"To return to Mercedes it's a great happening to me"
"In two ten naturaly with this great combination of Ross Brawn, of Mercedes GP and the experience that I got, we can only aim for one target, that is winning the championship".
Is that correct at all? How does it sound to native English speakers' ears? Foreign? Incorrect? Elaborate? Up his arse?
Two ten? Honestly, I'd never heard "2010" spelled that way before. I'd heard "Two Thousand and Ten" and "Twenty Ten". But never "Two Ten".
Feedback from native speakers much appreciated.
Edited by bonneville, 26 January 2010 - 15:05.