Funny clip with foreign language. Is it Georgian?

ycc_swe
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Funny clip with foreign language. Is it Georgian?

Postby ycc_swe » 2014-08-02, 6:27

Hi

The Swedish Prime Minister acted in a funny scene that was broadcast all over Europe. But the last part of the dialogue was held in a foreign language I can not identify.

Is the language Georgian?

Check out this. It is really good humor. At least I think so :)
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=43507&p=962577

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Re: Funny clip with foreign language. Is it Georgian?

Postby HoneyBuzzard » 2014-08-02, 12:17

I think the actress is Nisti Stêrk, so try the Kurdish forum.

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Re: Funny clip with foreign language. Is it Georgian?

Postby ycc_swe » 2014-08-02, 22:38

Thanks a lot HoneyBuzzard. I will follow your advice. :)

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Re: Funny clip with foreign language. Is it Georgian?

Postby ycc_swe » 2014-08-03, 11:02

HoneyBuzzard wrote:I think the actress is Nisti Stêrk, so try the Kurdish forum.

Thanks again HoneyBuzzard. Really impressive! How could you spot that so accurately? Absolutely correct.

I just got the actress name and language (Northern Kurdish, Kurdumanci) you gave verified by the Swedish-Kurdish friendship organization.

BUT THEY DIDN'T TELL ME WHAT THE TWO SENTENCES MEAN! (I have asked them again about that of course, but no reply so far.) Maybe I am too suspicious but when the Prime Minister goes on TV I expect to have it translated in full.

I started a topic in the Kurdish board as you suggested. So far no replies there.

I haven't lived in Sweden since long. There the guy who cut my hair and others I met were Kurdish. It could have come in handy here. :)

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Re: Funny clip with foreign language. Is it Georgian?

Postby HoneyBuzzard » 2014-08-04, 19:31

You're welcome. I hope somebody can give a definite translation.


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