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Discussion in 'Art, Entertainment, and Media' started by Shai Gar, Jan 10, 2010.
Try to guess which language this is, and translate it. - Je
Er, this isn't exactly a challenge to someone who speaks a slavic language. Should I spoil it?
Czech? I have no way of interpreting it without using babelfish or some such thing.
No, don't spoil it. Let them have their fun first.
Barring any spelling mishaps, my vote is Serbo-Croatian.
The real challenge would be getting them to pronounce it out loud.
Hmm maybe it is Czech
Cheers for the translation, I was rather hoping they were flirting with me in their language, or laughing at me.
What were you guys talking about? The weather?
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.
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.
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.
According to google translate: - Jesus ... I turn to spring ... - Ooo it's me and my bubbles - jove! but it was beautiful
with google translate it is not really a challenge and Mooseman probably nailed it A note to SG: Czech is central european.
Hah! I knew Je
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.
Slovak or Serbo-Croatian would be my guess. I'm better at reading Slavic in Cyrillic.