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Re: how many languages
AbsolutPurple
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AbsolutPurple Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 10:49 AM Quote
ok !

french
english

a bit of :
german
hebrew
 
Re: how many languages
elodie
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elodie Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 10:58 AM Quote
French
English
Italian
Austrian (I have family in Austria so I have to talk a bit the language...)
 
Re: how many languages
AbsolutPurple
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AbsolutPurple Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:03 AM Quote
elodie wrote:
French
English
Italian
Austrian (I have family in Austria so I have to talk a bit the language...)


they speak german in Austria, right ? LOL
 
Re: how many languages
elodie
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elodie Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:11 AM Quote
pas tout à fait ;)
mais c'est vrai que ça se rapproche plus ou moins de la langue allemande
il ya certaines expressions qui ne sont employées qu'en Autriche par exemple!
 
Re: how many languages
AbsolutPurple
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AbsolutPurple Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:16 AM Quote
elodie wrote:
pas tout à fait ;)
mais c'est vrai que ça se rapproche plus ou moins de la langue allemande
il ya certaines expressions qui ne sont employées qu'en Autriche par exemple!


es ist ein Dialekt (comme dirait un prof d'allemand !)
 
Re: how many languages
elodie
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elodie Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:24 AM Quote
oui :)

ce ne sont que des petites différences mais parfois ils peuvent se montrer assez susceptibles...
par exemple en Autriche, on a tendance à dire 'Grüss Gott' au lieu de 'Guten Tag' en Allemagne pour dire bonjour...
 
Re: how many languages
ayana
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ayana Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:28 AM Quote
French
and I'm learning English, German and I'm gonna start Russian next September.

I also know some Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic (useless) words.
 
Re: how many languages
isma
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isma Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:32 AM Quote
French
English
Spanish

Arabic and Armenian (a Few words)
 
Re: how many languages
ayana
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ayana Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:35 AM Quote
isma wrote:
French
English
Spanish

Arabic and Armenian (a Few words)


pas en exams toi ? ;o)
 
Re: how many languages
AbsolutPurple
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AbsolutPurple Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:37 AM Quote
ayana wrote:
French
and I'm learning English, German and I'm gonna start Russian next September.

I also know some Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic (useless) words.


all this because she wants to snatch a (russian) billionnare !
 
Re: how many languages
isma
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isma Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:37 AM Quote
ayana wrote:
isma wrote:
French
English
Spanish

Arabic and Armenian (a Few words)


pas en exams toi ? ;o)


Haha That's over ! I'm freeeeeeee :p
 
Re: how many languages
Hanne
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Hanne Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:38 AM Quote
elodie wrote:
oui :)

ce ne sont que des petites différences mais parfois ils peuvent se montrer assez susceptibles...
par exemple en Autriche, on a tendance à dire 'Grüss Gott' au lieu de 'Guten Tag' en Allemagne pour dire bonjour...


They also say Grüss Gott in Bavaria. In my opinion, Austrian is indeed a dialect of German. At least to me, Bavarian sounds a bit like Austrian. It's not completely similar but still.
 
Re: how many languages
AbsolutPurple
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AbsolutPurple Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:38 AM Quote
isma wrote:
ayana wrote:
isma wrote:
French
English
Spanish

Arabic and Armenian (a Few words)


pas en exams toi ? ;o)


Haha That's over ! I'm freeeeeeee :p


elle est belle la France comme dirait Juppé
 
Re: how many languages
isma
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isma Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:41 AM Quote
AbsolutPurple wrote:
isma wrote:
ayana wrote:
isma wrote:
French
English
Spanish

Arabic and Armenian (a Few words)


pas en exams toi ? ;o)


Haha That's over ! I'm freeeeeeee :p



elle est belle la France comme dirait Juppé


Exactement ! Lol
 
Re: how many languages
AbsolutPurple
Posts: 8468
AbsolutPurple Posted Tue 19 Jun, 2007 11:42 AM Quote
Hanne wrote:
elodie wrote:
oui :)

ce ne sont que des petites différences mais parfois ils peuvent se montrer assez susceptibles...
par exemple en Autriche, on a tendance à dire 'Grüss Gott' au lieu de 'Guten Tag' en Allemagne pour dire bonjour...


They also say Grüss Gott in Bavaria. In my opinion, Austrian is indeed a dialect of German. At least to me, Bavarian sounds a bit like Austrian. It's not completely similar but still.


same with swiss-german. used to watch swiss-german and swiss-italian tv at home and i was quite different from german.
 
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