Language School

Re: Language School

Postby cataflow » 23 Nov 2010, 20:16

~ O que você está fazendo? How are you in Portuguese
~ Que faites-vous? How are you in french
~ Ce faci? How are you in romanian
~ Что вы делаете? How are you in russian
~ belle, intelligente, mignonne - Pretty , intelligent , cute in french
~ linda, inteligente, bonito - Pretty , intelligent , cute in portuguese
~ frumoasa , desteapta , draguta - Pretty , intelligent , cute in romanian
~ красивая, умная, милая - Pretty , intelligent , cute in russian
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Re: Language School

Postby Sic » 23 Nov 2010, 20:16

all the best or good luck
russian - Всего хорошего! или удачи!
ukrainian - На все добре! усього доброго! усякого добра!
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Re: Language School

Postby badredcat » 23 Nov 2010, 20:18

Sic wrote:ukrainian - ти добре виглядаєшь

excuse me please, but in Ukrainian it will be "виглядаєш" without "ь" :D just for the order :blush:
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Re: Language School

Postby Nelley11 » 23 Nov 2010, 20:25

I can tell you in the languages I know bisides English.

Dutch: Hoe gaat het?

French: Comment ça va?

Arabic: Ezaiak? ( ofcourse this is written in arabic, but this is the way you should pronouce it.)

I hope you learned something. :P :P
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Re: Language School

Postby badredcat » 23 Nov 2010, 20:25

cataflow wrote:Что вы делаете? How are you in russian

and excuse me one more time but... "Что вы делаете?" means "What are you doing?" :lol: "Как дела?" means "How are you?" :D
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Re: Language School

Postby Zadnik » 23 Nov 2010, 20:28

Forgot! :D

Vielen Dank! - "Many thanks." in German.
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Re: Language School

Postby MARLENISS2006 » 23 Nov 2010, 20:30

Well my first language is Spanish and i am a spanish teacher in the United States so, here are some useful words.

How are you?
como estas?

Thank you.!
Gracias

Good Luck.

Buena Suerte

Good Job.

Buen trabajo or muy bien.

You look wonderful today.

Te ves muy bien hoy.

You're a wonderful friend.

Eres una amiga maravillosa.

Congratulations..!!

Felicidades.

Help

Ayuda
Ask me anything you want, i love to help :D .
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Re: Language School

Postby Sic » 23 Nov 2010, 20:32

badredcat wrote:
Sic wrote:ukrainian - ти добре виглядаєшь

excuse me please, but in Ukrainian it will be "виглядаєш" without "ь" :D just for the order :blush:

you are right) :love: thanks. I write quickly and do not check for errors. :rolleyes:
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Re: Language School

Postby Sic » 23 Nov 2010, 20:39

expression - Cute, nothing to say.
russian - Мило, нечего сказать!
ukrainian - Гарно, нема чого казати!; гарно, нівроку!
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Re: Language School

Postby Meja » 23 Nov 2010, 20:40

Here are some phrases in Bulgarian that can be helpful not only for the game. :)
Обичам те (Obicham te) I love you
Извинявай (Izvinqvai)* I'm sorry
Благодаря (Blagodarq) Thank you
Здравей (Zdravei) Hello
Великолепна (Velikolepna) gorgeous
Мацка (Matska) There's a nice way to say chick (it actually means puss)
Очарователна (Ocharovatelna) Charming
* q=ia
If you want to learn more words in bulgarian just ask :)
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