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I speak English, Spanish, German fluently, French used to be fluent now it’s conversational, and Portuguese almost fluent so I could live in PT or BR :)

Anonymous said: Hi, I love your blog. (: Just a mention about your Slavic languages table. Human in Croatian is "čovjek" instead of "čjovek" and you forgot Serbian as a Slavic language. ;)

Hahaha thank you! :) I assure you I did not forget Serbian, I just ran out of space :P I was going to add Serbian in and also Rusyn and other Slavic languages but there wasn’t any more space :/

sateenkaari said: Hey :) I speak Serbian and I noticed 2 mistakes in your Slavic table. Croats also say "ruka" for hand, "ručno" would mean "by hand", and a man should be "čovjek" instead of "čjovek". I could explain the "ije/je/e" variant in South Slavic languages and the similarities between Serbian and Croatian in detail if you want, but I don't have enough space here :)

Oh please do! Thank you for the correction! I’d gladly appreciate the explanation! :D

This is Korean: 안녕하세요
This is Chinese: 你好
This is Thai: สวัสดีครับ
This is Japanese: こんにちは
This is also Japanese: グッドモーニング
And this is also Japanese: 猛烈宇宙交響曲
Japanese is a whore of a language.
languageguru:

This is so neat.

languageguru:

This is so neat.

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English: Night
Swedish: Natt
Danish: Nat
Norwegian: Natt
Spanish: Noche
Italian: Notte
French: Nuit
Icelandic: Nótt
Latin: Nocte
German: Nacht
Lithuanian: Naktis
Latvian: Nakts
Slovenian: Noč
Portuguese: Noite
Finland:

http://didyoudrinkmygingerale.tumblr.com/post/52250694702/michaonthemoon-yaoibutts-i-love-how-potato

michaonthemoon:

yaoibutts:

I love how potato in French is pomme de terre, which pretty much means “earth apple.”

like what stupid frenchman saw this:

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and said “zis petite légume looks like a, how you say, APPLE! hmmm… but it grows in ze earth… HON HON HON! MAIS OUI! C’EST UNE…

What about Afrikaans: Aardappel. And Dutch.

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language-obsession:

livinglanguages:

Hey guys! I got a little surprise for you! So I made this table for Slavic languages, because I recently discovered my secret love for Slavic languages, comparing words in all of them! :D
IF anything is wrong please do not criticise me and just make a suggestion (correction actually but I don’t like using this word :P) and let me know! I am SURE that there ARE mistakes, since I don’t speak any of those languages.
Making this table came to my mind because I was comparing a Slavic language which is only spoken in one of my home countries, which is not a Slavic country, and is not an official language, to Polish. 
Have fun! :D


this makes me very happy. :D

Thank you :D

language-obsession:

livinglanguages:

Hey guys! I got a little surprise for you! So I made this table for Slavic languages, because I recently discovered my secret love for Slavic languages, comparing words in all of them! :D

IF anything is wrong please do not criticise me and just make a suggestion (correction actually but I don’t like using this word :P) and let me know! I am SURE that there ARE mistakes, since I don’t speak any of those languages.

Making this table came to my mind because I was comparing a Slavic language which is only spoken in one of my home countries, which is not a Slavic country, and is not an official language, to Polish. 

Have fun! :D

this makes me very happy. :D

Thank you :D

spinsterprivilege:

gaypocalypse:

darnhomosexuals:

gaypocalypse:

french wins the prize for most needlessly complex word for “today” of any language i’ve studied

may i draw your attention to au jour d’aujourd’hui

je refuse

ahem. au jour du jour d’aujourd’hui

(via viktordvornikov)

spinsterprivilege:

gaypocalypse:

darnhomosexuals:

gaypocalypse:

french wins the prize for most needlessly complex word for “today” of any language i’ve studied

may i draw your attention to au jour d’aujourd’hui

je refuse

ahem. au jour du jour d’aujourd’hui

(via pkeoj)