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Alvinho
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 Message 97 of 142
29 January 2009 at 8:13am | IP Logged 
Bo día a todos os amigos deste foro....facía moito tempo que non postaba neste tópico e en galego....repito que o suxeito que tivo a idéia de postar este tópico é unha persoa intelixente......

Lles desexo un bo día, apesar que está caindo moita choiva donde estou....

Apertos
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Jar-ptitsa
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 Message 98 of 142
29 January 2009 at 8:35am | IP Logged 
¡Hola Alvino!

A tí también te deseo buen día :-)

Qué pena: todos mis mensajes que escribí en el nombre Sênmurw o Pauline son invisibles :-( Por eso mucho de este hilo y el de los aniversarios no funciona. Lo único que puedo hacer sería copiar y pegarlos. A ver cuanto tiempo tengo para hacerlo.

¿El gallego se habla en Galicia, no? ¿Hay gallegoparlantes en Brasil?
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QiuJP
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 Message 99 of 142
29 January 2009 at 10:49am | IP Logged 
Are we designing a united language for the world here?
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Alvinho
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 Message 100 of 142
29 January 2009 at 11:53am | IP Logged 
Jar-ptitsa wrote:
¡Hola Alvino!

A tí también te deseo buen día :-)

Qué pena: todos mis mensajes que escribí en el nombre Sênmurw o Pauline son invisibles :-( Por eso mucho de este hilo y el de los aniversarios no funciona. Lo único que puedo hacer sería copiar y pegarlos. A ver cuanto tiempo tengo para hacerlo.

¿El gallego se habla en Galicia, no? ¿Hay gallegoparlantes en Brasil?


Bueno, si hay galego hablantes, no lo sé...a lo mejor hay una media docena que realmente demuestre un interés más significativo...sin embargo, no es un idioma muy conocido aquí....aunque haya muchos españoles inmigrantes, y muchos de Galicia....pero cuando lo escuché por primera vez, me puse loco, porque me sonó muy chevere.
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Alvinho
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 Message 101 of 142
29 January 2009 at 11:56am | IP Logged 
QiuJP wrote:
Are we designing a united language for the world here?


Ni hao ma?

Not at all, mate....the more languages we mean to post in this thread, the more insane we want to drive the others.....

Edited by Alvinho on 29 January 2009 at 11:57am

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Sprachprofi
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 Message 102 of 142
03 February 2009 at 12:47pm | IP Logged 
Quels sont les règles pour cette discussion? Qu'est-ce qu'on écrit ici?
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Satoshi
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 Message 103 of 142
04 February 2009 at 1:59pm | IP Logged 
Sprachprofi, se eu entendi corretamente o que você perguntou, eu não acho que haja nenhuma regra aqui, mas é bom, eu acho, que você deixe também uma tradução ou pelo menos algum textinho em inglês para quem não conhece a língua.

Identificar a língua em que escreveu também é bom, se a língua for uma obscura e menos conhecida.


About the universal language: is it even possible that something like that would exist? I mean, it is impossible to make it easy for everybody, there will always be someone that will find some aspect of an artificial language hard to adapt to/cope with. I mention this having mainly pronunciation in mind. If you devise a language with few possible sounds, you are doomed to have homophones and words that are very similar (Japanese pops to mind) or words that are very long (my shallow knowledge makes me think of Finnish).

Quais as opiniões de vocês quanto a isso?
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izan
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 Message 104 of 142
06 February 2009 at 4:33am | IP Logged 
Nire jatorrizko hizkuntza ikasten ari den norbait topatzea gustatuko litzaidake!

I'd like to meet someone who is studying my native language!

Por otro lado he de confesar que me encanta este thread. Cualquiera que entre aquí y vea tantos idiomas se va a volver loco :D

Edited by izan on 06 February 2009 at 4:35am



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