lothy wrote:oui j'habite bien à Paris;)
c cool que tu parles français;)
yea sure ive found this:
i also bought a book called colloquial albanian but unfortunately ihavent found the cd with it
i also speak regularly with some albanian (whom is their native language) but until that moment idont speak fluently with them..
JamesS wrote:I love this year's Albanian Eurovision Song - Zemrën E Lamë Peng. It's such an incrediably powerful song!
Does it mean 'We Gambled Our Hearts' ?
Ledina Çelo was great too! I've only heard the English version from the contest, I didn't know she sang an Albanian version too!
jontiswe wrote:Yep, it means that, there is a translation of the song too on the link I posted up there. And yea I love it too. The singer is only born 1991 so she's the youngest contestant and just one year older than me lol. I think I will vote for that song this year.
and yep, she sang it in albanian too, I think she sang it in Albanian in their qualifications but then she changed it to English in the contest. Luckily they won't change this year's song.
I couldn't believe how young she is either! I'm definitely voting for her this year too!
I've read a translation of the lyrics, but just love how the song sounds! I'll have to look up the Albanian version of 'Tomorrow I Go' and see what I think...
lothy wrote:de rien s'ka perse
Amikeco wrote:It's obviously a book and you are supposed to buy it.
lothy wrote:colloqian albanian is the best way i think
but im waiting there will have one albanian method with assimil
what do u have found on ur library?
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