LENGUAS LATINAS... UNANSE!

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LENGUAS LATINAS... UNANSE!

Postby Euro Latin » 2005-10-05, 20:55

Sacado de Antimoon:

:D

>El español es muy pero muy parecido al portugues. El frances es muy parecido al italiano. El rumano tambien se parece al italiano. Ya estan a medio camino!!! Lenguas latinas... unanse para asi defenderse de las lenguas germanicas (como el ingles, holandes y aleman). Seria la lengua mas importante del planeta!!! No seria bueno hablar el mismo idioma en la POLINESIA FRANCESA y en BOLIVIA? O hablar el mismo idioma en ANGOLA y en RUMANIA? Por favor, aporten en el nuevo vocabulario latino... el idioma se llama PRO-LATIN (en honor al LATIN, de donde salen todos las lenguas romances). MENCIONEN PALABRAS QUE SE PAREZCAN (PUEDEN CAMBIARLAS UN POCO).

Ejemplo:
*buon (italiano) - buen (español) - bon (frances) - bun (rumano) - bom (portugues) = RESULTADO: BUON

BUon
BUen = BU
BUn

buOn
bOn = BUO
bOm

buoN
bueN = BUON
boN
buN

¿Entienden? xD ¡Ayuden por fa!<

>NOCHE (SP)
NUIT (FR)
NOITE (PR)
NOTTE (IT)
NOAPTE (RO)

= NOITE

************ YOU'RE WELCOME!!! ;) **************<

:D :) :( :o :lol: :lol: 8) :P :wink:

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Re: LENGUAS LATINAS... UNANSE!

Postby Stan » 2005-10-05, 22:22

Euro Latin wrote:Lenguas latinas... unanse para asi defenderse de las lenguas germanicas (como el ingles, holandes y aleman).


:lol: :P

es una idea muy interesante :wink:
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Postby cweb255 » 2005-10-06, 1:19

Sorry to break language, here, but why use that when there's already a language just like it - LATIN! Believe it or not, French, Italian, Spanish, Romanian, and Portuguese all come from Latin. So ideally, that would be the language to use. ;)

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Postby Stan » 2005-10-08, 0:57

cweb255 wrote:Sorry to break language, here, but why use that when there's already a language just like it - LATIN! Believe it or not, French, Italian, Spanish, Romanian, and Portuguese all come from Latin. So ideally, that would be the language to use. ;)


Latin would be a terrible choice

Latin is not applicable to modern life, advances in science and technology

It's really difficult too
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Postby Aszev » 2005-10-08, 1:46

Afaik there are some kind of Latin counsel making new Latin words for modern things, like jeans and ice hockey

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Postby Nukalurk » 2005-10-08, 8:15

This dictionary is already available, but very expensive. Unfortunately, I don't know it's title. :(

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Postby cweb255 » 2005-10-10, 0:52

Stan wrote:Latin would be a terrible choice

Latin is not applicable to modern life, advances in science and technology

It's really difficult too

You've got to be kidding me. Ninety percent of modern and technical words come from either Latin or a Latinized form of Greek. :lol:

And yes, the Vatican released a modern Latin dictionary, but after reviewing some of the sample words and definitions, I found it lacking true Latin quality.

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Postby Stan » 2005-10-10, 1:05

cweb255 wrote:
Stan wrote:Latin would be a terrible choice

Latin is not applicable to modern life, advances in science and technology

It's really difficult too

You've got to be kidding me. Ninety percent of modern and technical words come from either Latin or a Latinized form of Greek. :lol:

And yes, the Vatican released a modern Latin dictionary, but after reviewing some of the sample words and definitions, I found it lacking true Latin quality.


okay so maybe we would be able to create new scientific words in Latin to correspond to our modern vocabulary

but, the question still remains, who is going to want to learn such a difficult language?
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Postby cweb255 » 2005-10-10, 2:02

Stan wrote:but, the question still remains, who is going to want to learn such a difficult language?

Difficult? Says who? Latin is ten times easier than any Romance language.

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Postby Aszev » 2005-10-10, 2:46

Stan wrote:but, the question still remains, who is going to want to learn such a difficult language?
Me for example.

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Postby Skurai » 2005-10-10, 6:17

Aszev wrote:
Stan wrote:but, the question still remains, who is going to want to learn such a difficult language?
Me for example.


Me too, I would love to start learning latin again.

Here's a great site for learning Latin, they have forum too:D
http://www.textkit.com/
Why not start a study group using one of their PDF books?
cy | gv

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Postby Stan » 2005-10-10, 23:41

cweb255 wrote:Latin is ten times easier than any Romance language.


:roll:
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Postby greg-fr » 2005-10-11, 6:26

Stan : « Latin is not applicable to modern life, advances in science and technology »

Why ?

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Postby Nukalurk » 2005-10-11, 12:00

I'll also have to study Latin for University, though I won't start it this year. ;)

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Postby cweb255 » 2005-10-12, 1:53

Stan wrote:
cweb255 wrote:Latin is ten times easier than any Romance language.


:roll:

Oh right, the whole "since I am unable to give supporting evidence to my own personal view, I just roll my eyes and expect everyone to agree with me" look. Yeah, you're good. :roll:

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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2005-11-06, 14:16

Maybe Latino sine flexione from Giuseppe Peano.
Or Interlingua. But i preffer the Latin :)


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