Resources for learning Romanian

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Resources for learning Romanian

Postby Strigo » 2008-08-17, 16:15

Hi,

I've always had deep interest in this language but it's been frozen and asleep with my studies of Hebrew. However, I would like to know what kind of resources are you familiar with to learn Romanian.
Does anyone know Colloquial Romanian? Is it good? Do you know any other books?
Do you know any good website? Most of what I've found are incomplete.

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Re: Resources for learning Romanian

Postby Lietmotiv » 2008-08-29, 18:50

Colloquial Romanian sources? That would be hard,but you can ask and we can answer;
Colloquial Romanian is a bit different from the official one,meaning it contains more Slavic(Bulgarian,Serbian),Gypsy ,Turkish and Russian words. Also,the pronunciation is a bit difference,many people saying dă instead of de(meaning 'of') , pă instead on pe(meaning 'on'),pîn instead of prin (through) and so on

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Re: Resources for learning Romanian

Postby Strigo » 2008-08-29, 20:47

AndreiB wrote:Colloquial Romanian sources? That would be hard,but you can ask and we can answer;
Colloquial Romanian is a bit different from the official one,meaning it contains more Slavic(Bulgarian,Serbian),Gypsy ,Turkish and Russian words. Also,the pronunciation is a bit difference,many people saying dă instead of de(meaning 'of') , pă instead on pe(meaning 'on'),pîn instead of prin (through) and so on


I meant the Romanian version of Colloquial series book. :D but thanks anyway for your answer :)
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Re: Resources for learning Romanian

Postby Lietmotiv » 2008-08-30, 5:31

Sorry I'm a bit confused; you mean literature using colloquial forms?

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Re: Resources for learning Romanian

Postby Nukalurk » 2008-08-30, 7:11

No, it is a kind of publisher which approaches many languages, and in this case he asked about the book dealing with Romanian.


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