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Eastern European Languages. A Challenge.

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  1. Shai Gar

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    Try to guess which language this is, and translate it.

    - Je


     
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    Er, this isn't exactly a challenge to someone who speaks a slavic language. Should I spoil it?
     
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    Czech? I have no way of interpreting it without using babelfish or some such thing.
     
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    No, don't spoil it.

    Let them have their fun first.
     
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    FINE.
     
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    Barring any spelling mishaps, my vote is Serbo-Croatian.
     
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    The real challenge would be getting them to pronounce it out loud.
     
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    Hmm maybe it is Czech
     
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    Cheers for the translation, I was rather hoping they were flirting with me in their language, or laughing at me.
     
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    What were you guys talking about? The weather?
     
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    a photo of two girls... one was sitting down blowing bubbles, both were attractive.

    I was complimenting their gorgeousity... One was shy about it in english.
     
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    Don't speak it pretty well, but looks like Slovak. Could be Czech or Croatian though. Can't translate worth anything for what little Slovak I know.
     
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    Hm, hm, updateing:)
    There is no more Serbo-Croatian for about 20 years.
    Now, we have Croatian and Serbian as separated standard languages.
    Examples are not from any of that two languages.
     
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    According to google translate:

    - Jesus ... I turn to spring ...
    - Ooo it's me and my bubbles
    - jove! but it was beautiful
     
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    with google translate it is not really a challenge and Mooseman probably nailed it:) A note to SG: Czech is central european.
     
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    Hah! I knew Je
     
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    Languages other than English are really hard to understand. Mainly cause I have found I am incapable of learning another language.

    Failed Spanish like 2 years in a row.
     
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    Slovak or Serbo-Croatian would be my guess. I'm better at reading Slavic in Cyrillic.
     

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