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Re: Last word in a foreign language that you learnt 2

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Re: Last word in a foreign language that you learnt 2

Postby linguoboy » 2020-05-15, 15:32

(ca) volada An architectural element, such as a balcony or eave, which projects out from a wall without the support of a brace or bracket.
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Re: Last word in a foreign language that you learnt 2

Postby jazyk » 2020-05-20, 17:38

(de) die Urheimat:the homeland of a proto-language. Learned from reading A Comparative Germanic Grammar.
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Re: Last word in a foreign language that you learnt 2

Postby linguoboy » 2020-05-20, 18:42

jazyk wrote:(de) die Urheimat:the homeland of a proto-language. Learned from reading A Comparative Germanic Grammar.

We actually use the same word in English.
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