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iv noticed a few people her are learning/know a foreighn language, and it could be cool to have a forum where we could chat and improve our foreighn language. might also b useful as the chat would consievably have a scientifical slant,
Yeah that would be absolutely neat.

But in the mean time why not use the GD forumn and make a few posts in

there? e.g. One for German' date=' one for Nihongo etc. Create the volume

and the specialised forum will come .

 

Butsurigaku tanoshii desu ne.

 

Cheers.[/quote']okey-dokey: who here can speak a language other than english, how well can you speak it and would you be interested in practicing/improving it (or helping others practice/improve)

 

Butsurigaku tanoshii desu ne

 

i-e. butsurigaku tanoshii ja arimasein. butsurigaku hidoi desu. watashi wakariyasui butsurigaku ja arimasein :-(

 

kichi desu ka?

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i took spanish1 thiss year and i am better than most spanish3 students in my school.

i used to do russian at a russian1 level, but i got too busy.

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ho yes, i forgot:

 

i have a very basic grasp of german and japanese, and a smattering of french. (and thats not how you spell foreighn, is it?)

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I'm trying to learn japanese.

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I speak 2 languages; english and bad english (lame quote from some movie I can't remember)

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i-e. butsurigaku tanoshii ja arimasein. butsurigaku hidoi desu. watashi wakariyasui butsurigaku ja arimasein

 

Don't forget the particles. The first two should read:

 

"butsurigaku ga tanoshii ja arimasen. butsurigaku ga hidoi desu."

 

The third should be "butsurigaku ga wakariyasui desu", and leave off the "Watashi", as that's generally understood. If you do want to add it, to be specific, you should have added it to the first sentence, then omitted it from the last two. Also, "Watashi" needs to be followed by "wa" if it's the subject.

 

kichi desu ka?

 

"Kichi" is "good fortune". If you're asking if it was good, "ii" is the appropriate word for just "good".

 

Demo, anata wa nihongo o hanshimasu no ga ii desu.

 

Mokele

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Bonjour! Je m'apelle RedAlert. Qui est-ce que parlez en francais?

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well if anybody is interested in learning HINDI, (indian language ) then plzzz tell me and many other indians in this thread

namaste mera naam sahil hai.

meaning my name is sahil.

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well if anybody is interested in learning HINDI' date=' (indian language ) then plzzz tell me and many other indians in this thread

namaste mera naam sahil hai.

meaning my name is sahil.[/quote']

 

Are you Indian?

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Ich studierte Deutsche im hoch schule aber kanne [oder kenne] genug fur diese. Mein Wortschaft ist sehr klein.

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@mokele-san.

 

urm, lesse. so does 'ga' sorta points at the word to which the verb 'desu' (or ja arimasein) relates, making it 'phisics is horrible' rather than 'horrible is phisics'?

 

"Demo, anata wa nihongo o hanshimasu no ga ii desu."

 

"also: you (as in me) speak japanese good"?

 

if thats what you meant, then: arigatou mokele-san; demo, watashi wa haishou gohou no nihongo ga ii ja arimasein.

 

 

WHAT I THINK I JUST SAID:

[hide]thank-you mr. mokele; however, i dont understand japanese grammar/syntax very well[/hide]

 

Mein Wortschaft ist sehr klein
tee-hee! i read 'wurstschaft' :D

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Also, ich bin nicht gewiss um die Organisation von diesem Thema, aber ich werde sowieso aufstellen. : -) Es ist nicht oft, dass ich zu flex meine Deutsch-sprechende Fähigkeit erhalten, anders als wenn ich Rammstein zuhöre (Rammstein ist gar toll)

 

Ich spreche einen guten Betrag von Deutsch, aber ich bin nicht ziemlich fliessend noch. Ich liebe die Sprache, obwohl es einen schlechten Namen von vielen Leuten erhalt. Ich versteht dont, warum. ..When Brunnen gesprochen hat, ist es ziemlich eine wunderbare Sprache

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Bonjour! Je m'apelle RedAlert. Qui est-ce que parlez en francais?

Oui. J'mapple Hellbender. Je parlez vous francais.

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yes i am indian

r u ?

( that was not supposed to sound rude ?)

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Wow so much has happened, it's sorta taking off,

so lets keep it rolling.

 

I can advise in English and Swedish,

I'm so-so at German but could definately use conversation(rusty).

And I'm in the learners section on Japanese. But my Japanese

will improve once I dig up my old language kit. :)

 

dak-san.

asoo, anata ga butsurigaku nikumasu yo.

 

Oh I forgot to mention, regards German, that's o.k. at speaking, I cannot

spell german for nuts, so please correct spelling errors.

 

So here goes,

 

Ich heisse husmusen,

Ich besehendas fernsehprogramm Kommisar Rex.

Moser und Rex ist die besten.

Alles gute :)

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yes i am indian

r u ?

( that was not supposed to sound rude ?)

 

Nope. Je suis CANADIANNE! Shake in your boots with fear now. WE are the NEXT SUPERPOWER!!!!!!!!!!

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Oui. J'mapple Hellbender. Je parlez vous francais.

 

Sorry but your french really sucks. The translation for your last sentence is this:

I speak you french.

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HAHA

 

I am the only one on this board who knows Slovene

 

Zarad tega se pa počutim tko osamljeno......*sob,sob*

 

 

Ich kan auch Deutsch sprechen unt English (nooo, really)

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Oui. J'mapple Hellbender. Je parlez vous francais.

Sorry but your french really sucks. The translation for your last sentence is this:

I speak you french.

a correction would have been useful. i believe it should be 'je parle fraunce' (although my french spelling is even worse than my english)

 

Je apprende fraunce au circle d' eddy izzard' date=' a je ameliore moi parle fraunce au internet; so je parlez fraunce a bizzare, wee?

 

 

 

husumusuen-san:

 

hai: watashi ga buksurigaku daikirai . ga baiorojii konomu desu.

[hide']yes: i hate phisics. i prefer biology[/hide] hmmm... was that structured correctly?were the 'ga's correct, and is the one in the last sentance unnessesary?

 

whats the difference between ka, ne and yo (as end-of-centanse-particles)? i think 'ne' is similar to the archaic 'neh' in english, so its sort of like "statement-your thoughts?'; and ka turns a statement into an out-right question, but what exactly is 'yo'?

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Understand that I am currently a learner in this language.

 

But to the best of my knowledge.

 

I would have written "baiorojii ga"

As for particles,

Ka = "?"

Ne = Don't you think, don't you agree, no? as in "that's true, no?"

Yo = Opinion marker.

 

Kyô wa samui desu yo.

"I think it is cold outside"

 

Kyô wa samui desu.

"It is cold outside."

Kyô wa samui desu ka.

"cold outside?"

Kyô wa samui desu ne.

"It's cold outside, don't you think?".

 

dak-san

baiorojii konomu desu.

 

Ekuserento desu.

Watashi ga naasu desu.

Baiorojii konomui nimo.

Nanno konomui desu ka

 

Cheers.

P.S How does that spoiler thing work.

 

I'm curious as to how slang usage translates.

 

Is ano onna ga atsui desu yo. An proper construct?

Or is there a much better usage.

 

Cheers.

 

Read as I meant xlation of above nihongo:

Excellent!

I'm a nurse.

I like biology too.

What field/s?

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i think it should be "watashi wa naasu desu", but im not sure (im hardly great at japanese).

 

the spoiler thingy is [hide] text to be hidden [\hide], but with a / rather than \.

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so redalert do u know hindi? i mean it was a surprise that a canadian wud know an indian language. that is why i had asked.

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i took Spanish for a few years, and my teacher kept switching, and i wanst any good at it, so im not taking that

but i am taking Hebrew... (cuz i have to (Jewish parents + new Jewish High School = me going there and having to take Hebrew))

 

and i am proud to say that i have dropped down in level.

Freshman year: Heb2

Beg of Soph year: Heb2

Mid-End of Soph year: Heb1

Jr year: Heb1

 

:)

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