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Postby Alcadras » 2006-08-04, 20:34

Lakhota time ! :P

*calling Nero* :roll:

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Postby Nero » 2006-08-04, 20:46

I barely know enough Lakhota to teach myself, let alone everyone else :shock:
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Postby Guillem » 2006-08-08, 1:05

I could teach the basics of Aragonese if anyone's interested... :wink: 8) when I have time of course!

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Postby culúrien » 2006-08-08, 1:09

Guillem wrote:I could teach the basics of Aragonese if anyone's interested... :wink: 8) when I have time of course!



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Postby Sisyphe » 2006-08-08, 1:17

Guillem wrote:I could teach the basics of Aragonese if anyone's interested... :wink: 8) when I have time of course!


How close is it to Catalan?
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Postby Guillem » 2006-08-23, 4:11

Marcus wrote:
Guillem wrote:I could teach the basics of Aragonese if anyone's interested... :wink: 8) when I have time of course!


How close is it to Catalan?

Very close, second only to the Occitan dialects. :)

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Postby Sisyphe » 2006-08-23, 5:01

Guillem wrote:
Marcus wrote:
Guillem wrote:I could teach the basics of Aragonese if anyone's interested... :wink: 8) when I have time of course!


How close is it to Catalan?

Very close, second only to the Occitan dialects. :)


Count me in too then! :D :wink:
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Postby Car » 2006-08-23, 9:57

Guillem wrote:Very close, second only to the Occitan dialects. :)


Occitan is extremely close indeed. This summer in the Dordogne, we could see some things written in Occitan. Sometimes only place names (Perigüers :D), but sometimes short texts. It almost felt like Catalan. :D I really should have bought the big Catalan<->Occitan dictionary I saw in Catalonia last year. :cry:

Oh, yeah, I'd definitely have a look at Aragonese, too.
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Postby Aymeric » 2006-09-23, 14:58

How about Bengali ?
It's a huge language, and nobody seems to care :shock:
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Postby Sisyphe » 2006-09-23, 16:44

I would want to learn Hindi or Urdu first... :?
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Postby Nero » 2006-09-23, 18:31

Aymeric wrote:How about Bengali ?
It's a huge language, and nobody seems to care :shock:


Pero nadie puede hablarlo
Sed nemo potest id loqui
Mais personne ne peut le parler
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Postby Julia ferch Llewelyn » 2007-05-14, 22:26

There should be a forum for Romansch (or Romontsh as the book I've got on this language is entitled).

Why no forum on Rhaeto-Romansch?

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Postby Nero » 2007-05-15, 10:08

no teacher (no fluent/native speakers) and no interest in it....
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Postby Aszev » 2007-05-15, 17:52

What are the exact rules for creating a new forum in the VSL?

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Postby Passe-Cale » 2007-05-15, 19:50

Aszev wrote:What are the exact rules for creating a new forum in the VSL?


None I think.
Now they (the admins) will only make one if there's someone to teach it I think and interest in learning it. Quite a number of VSLs would not have been created by these rules, but now there would be too many so they restrict I guess...

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Postby Nero » 2007-05-15, 22:04

Passe-Cale wrote:
Aszev wrote:What are the exact rules for creating a new forum in the VSL?


None I think.
Now they (the admins) will only make one if there's someone to teach it I think and interest in learning it. Quite a number of VSLs would not have been created by these rules, but now there would be too many so they restrict I guess...


I agree. Someone to teach is a must, and interest is preferable.
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Postby gift » 2007-09-06, 13:54

Is there anyway we could great a forum for other languages instead of just a thread? This is a bit difficult to navigate. I honestly think a lot of the current forums (ones with like a total of 6 threads) could be added to this new forum as well.
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Postby Passe-Cale » 2007-09-06, 16:42

gift wrote:Is there anyway we could great a forum for other languages instead of just a thread? This is a bit difficult to navigate. I honestly think a lot of the current forums (ones with like a total of 6 threads) could be added to this new forum as well.


Well the root of the VSL forum is the forum for all other languages... Maybe I didn't understand what you meant...

While I also think we should axe the smallest VSL-forums and move the threads here, or maybe merge some of them (so the two Maoris are distinct languages, they could still share a forum, like Ancient Greek is bundled with Modern Greek), but I'm pretty sure this would turn into a bitter war.

And I'm also not sure if it's worth putting much effort into changing the VSLs here, but this could be suggested for the new version of the site...
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Postby Tong Duurai » 2008-07-02, 18:08

Hey Im awfully curious about the !Kung language of the bushmen. Also, Im disappointed not to see anything here on Nilo-Saharan languages which AFAIK are tonal whereas Bantu languages are agglutinative.

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Postby Laoshu505000 » 2008-08-09, 14:12

ivideo yami ngesiZulu lapa!

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