gothwolf wrote:I'm considering it. Two days ago I bought myself an Albanian grammar book written in my native language + I have Colloquial Albanian book and Discovering Albanian 1 but I'm too lazy these days because it's really heat here. What about you? Are you studying Albanian seriously or you''re only a beginner so far?
Sophie wrote:Jo, ende nuk jam e martuar.
Personi që vjen pas meje flet finlandeze.
Keystone wrote:Jazikot e mnogu interesen haha
Keystone wrote:The language is very difficult to learn, but it's also very interesting. Particularly odd to me is the fact that Albanian has great dialectical variation, perhaps more than you expect for a language. Some letters/sounds aren't the same in different parts of the Albanian-speaking world, my teacher even said some numbers are said differently in parts of Albania.. which is crazy. It's an experience haha.
Keystone wrote:Only question I can answer: I'm pretty sure thank you is faleminderit with the I. On a related note, in "online speak" Albanians often shorten faleminderit to "flm".
Keystone wrote:Also, have you looked at the numbers yet, particularly the 'teens? Njëmbëdhjetë, dymbëdhjetë, trembëdhjetë....
gothwolf wrote:For example I cannot understand these definite articles which precede the noun or... according to Colloquial Albanian the right form for Thank you is falemnderit but according to Discovering Albanian it is faleminderit.
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