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  • Russian

    0 0%
  • Romanian

    0 0%
  • Albanian

    4 80.00%
  • Bulgarian

    0 0%
  • Serbian

    0 0%
  • Aromanian

    0 0%
  • Portuguese

    0 0%
  • Italian

    0 0%
  • Georgian

    1 20.00%
  • Armenian

    2 40.00%
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Thread: Guess what language I am speaking...

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    Guess what language I am speaking...



    http://vocaroo.com/i/s1yQXzDh8yZU
    Can you guess what language I am speaking here? Please vote.

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    http://vocaroo.com/i/s0BpccU5IJRt

    What language(s) does it sound like?

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    100% Albanian.

    Armenians call Armenian language 'hayeren'

    Not Slavic (I speak Russian actually as my first language, Kurmanji (Kurdi) is my native language), not Celto-Italic (from Latin), not Georgian (I can also read & speak Georgian). So we have got only Albanian left.

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    full of latine words pronounced in more or less curious way - I thought first in Romanian, but it seems more palatalized and I heard some /ü/ and /ö/ I think (not too sure).
    all that points towards kind of Albanian and I red Goga too.
    I vote Albanian (I had never heard before, only seen texts: for the fun, ridicule doesn't kill)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOESAN View Post
    full of latine words pronounced in more or less curious way - I thought first in Romanian, but it seems more palatalized and I heard some /ü/ and /ö/ I think (not too sure).
    all that points towards kind of Albanian and I red Goga too.
    I vote Albanian (I had never heard before, only seen texts: for the fun, ridicule doesn't kill)
    Do you like the sound of the language? How would you rate my accent aesthetically? Does it sound good?

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    Përkohësisht, përgjithësisht, difficult words for an foreigner. Congratulations Petros, your Albanian is correct.

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    EDIT
    Congratulations also to Goga, his analysis was perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LABERIA View Post
    Përkohësisht, përgjithësisht, difficult words for an foreigner. Congratulations Petros, your Albanian is correct.
    Faleminderit shume, miku im i dashur ;)
    Une shume e dua gjuhën shqipe.

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