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Post by Mylingen » Wed Nov 24, 2010 5:59 pm

Am I really rude and ignorant if I ask if people could try and type in English? :?
It would just be nice to know what's going on.
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Post by Valravn » Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:00 pm

Try google translate. ;)
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Post by Mylingen » Wed Nov 24, 2010 6:03 pm

But google translate is rubbish and gets things wrong all the time.
Also, I'm a lazy cow. :P
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Post by Molly » Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:08 pm

Mylingen wrote:Am I really rude and ignorant if I ask if people could try and type in English? :?
It would just be nice to know what's going on.
I recognize that it is not always easy and fast to have to make manipulations to translate on "Reverso" or "Googles Translate" to understand all the conversations on all the forum I am very grateful to pass by this stage....

I do not often intervene in the discussions, sometimes I make the effort to translate me before posting and sometimes I am pressed and I do not make it....

If celà raise so much problem as I write in my language, I take good note and I shall content with giving news in the " place of Frenchies "

Pas de souci pour moi ....
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Nino » Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:34 pm

Molly wrote:
Mylingen wrote:Am I really rude and ignorant if I ask if people could try and type in English? :?
It would just be nice to know what's going on.
I recognize that it is not always easy and fast to have to make manipulations to translate on "Reverso" or "Googles Translate" to understand all the conversations on all the forum I am very grateful to pass by this stage....

I do not often intervene in the discussions, sometimes I make the effort to translate me before posting and sometimes I am pressed and I do not make it....

If celà raise so much problem as I write in my language, I take good note and I shall content with giving news in the " place of Frenchies "

Pas de souci pour moi ....
I actually think it's okay now that you don't post that much. We just have to use Google Translate when you do so.
If you were posting a lot I would prefer you used English ;)

But That doesn't matter to me if It's French or German - I can understand so little that I have to use Google translate - But if I talked my language (Danish) 95% wouldn't understand that either.. soo.. yeah..
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Sylvaen » Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:40 pm

I split the topic so that the large conversations in French are now located in the "French Section" of the forum and this discussion about languages can now take place in the "Foreign Language Section" of the forum... that way we don't go completely off-topic in the personal thread about Mas'Khann. ;)

I've also been using Google Translate - sure, it's not perfect and does make a lot of mistakes - but it's also a really handy tool that makes basic communication possible. ;)

I don't mind if people talk in Foreign Languages in a couple of threads outside the "Foreign Language" section, just not all over the forum... and not huge chunks of text, just a sentence or two is fine. We're an international forum, so I do embrace all foreign languages; as long as everyone can understand and communicate, that's the important thing. :)
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Blustag » Thu Nov 25, 2010 2:14 pm

I think it is a good thing to have the foreign section and if any English speaking people want to know what is being said then let them use the translator. After all the foreign people have to do that too ;)

OH dear I have sooooooooo many languages I have to learn :lol: :lol:

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Re: Danish

Post by Nino » Mon Jan 17, 2011 12:45 am

Blustag wrote:OH dear I have sooooooooo many languages I have to learn :lol: :lol:
Hehe .. lucky us our languages are just enough alike so that we don't need to learn them to understand each other :-D

But I know the feeling, I have a list of languages I'd like to be able to talk!
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Re: Danish

Post by Gaby » Sat Feb 12, 2011 2:32 pm

Funny, I can read Danish a bit while I am Dutch and I do not speak Danish at all. I only no 'Ok' is yes, because I heard it in the Millennium trilogy from Stieg Larsson. :lol:

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Re: Danish

Post by Nino » Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:50 pm

Dutch has a lot of different languages in it, I can see so when I come across it, some danish, some german, some french, some english, it's very funny..

Ok can mean yes, but it's not just that.. Ja is yes (put it in here and press listen to hear how to pronounce)
Gaby wrote:I only no 'Ok' is yes, because I heard it in the Millennium trilogy from Stieg Larsson. :lol:
Btw.. the Millennium is mostly Sweedish (don't remember if they talk danish in it too) but the characters are definately sweedish)
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Post by Rahne » Sat Feb 12, 2011 6:30 pm

Ja is also yes in Dutch, lol

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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Nino » Sat Feb 12, 2011 6:59 pm

Rahne wrote:Ja is also yes in Dutch, lol
lol.. just used the translator.. sounds similar too :lol:

how about No? its Nej in Danish
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Post by Rahne » Sat Feb 12, 2011 7:24 pm

Nino wrote:
Rahne wrote:Ja is also yes in Dutch, lol
lol.. just used the translator.. sounds similar too :lol:

how about No? its Nej in Danish
No is 'nee' in Dutch.

Here are some Dutch 'dog commands' :D

Sit = Zit
Stay = Blijf
Lay Down = Af
Recall = Hier/Kom
Paw = Poot
Bark = Blaf

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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Nino » Sat Feb 12, 2011 7:52 pm

Rahne wrote: Here are some Dutch 'dog commands' :D

Sit = Zit
Stay = Blijf
Lay Down = Af
Recall = Hier/Kom
Paw = Poot
Bark = Blaf
Danish:

Sit = Sit
Stay = Bliv (I use Vente atm. though which wasn't on purpose :lol: vente means wait)
Lay Down = Dæk
Recall = Kom/Kom her/Her or even Plads (which means come and sit by my side like heal)
Paw = Pote/Giv pote
Bark = Halse/Gø

some people use these but they sound very familier so most dont use both or none at all
Sit = Sæt dig
Lay Down = Læg dig
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by susann » Sun Feb 13, 2011 2:31 pm

Nino wrote:
Rahne wrote: Here are some Dutch 'dog commands' :D

Sit = Zit
Stay = Blijf
Lay Down = Af
Recall = Hier/Kom
Paw = Poot
Bark = Blaf
Danish:

Sit = Sit
Stay = Bliv (I use Vente atm. though which wasn't on purpose :lol: vente means wait)
Lay Down = Dæk
Recall = Kom/Kom her/Her or even Plads (which means come and sit by my side like heal)
Paw = Pote/Giv pote
Bark = Halse/Gø

some people use these but they sound very familier so most dont use both or none at all
Sit = Sæt dig
Lay Down = Læg dig
Norwegian:
Sit = Sitt
Stay = Bli or (vent = wait) or (bli sittende=stay sitting)
Lay Down = Dekk, Ligg
Recall = Kom her = come here, here = hit .. but most often "på plass" (which means come and sit by my side like heal)
Paw = Pote/labb
Bark = Gø

Sit = Sett deg
Lay Down = Ligg ned / bli liggende

Swedish:
Sit = Sitt
Stay = stanna or (vänta = wait) or (sitt kvar = stay sitting)
Lay Down = Ligg/lägg dig or plats
Recall = Kom här/kom hit = come here, here = hit .. but most often "på plats" (which means come and sit by my side like heal)
Paw = tass
Bark = Skälla

Sit = Sätt dig
Lay Down = Ligg ner / bli liggande

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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by susann » Sun Feb 13, 2011 2:38 pm

Google translate the words TAMASKAN DOG

From norwegian to english = However tamaskan
From swedish to english = Tame wife died


:lol: :lol:

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Post by Rahne » Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:21 pm

susann wrote:Google translate the words TAMASKAN DOG

From norwegian to english = However tamaskan
From swedish to english = Tame wife died


:lol: :lol:
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Post by Nino » Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:50 pm

Rahne wrote:
susann wrote:Google translate the words TAMASKAN DOG

From norwegian to english = However tamaskan
From swedish to english = Tame wife died


:lol: :lol:
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Post by AZDehlin » Thu May 19, 2011 8:58 am

Nino wrote:
Rahne wrote:
susann wrote:Google translate the words TAMASKAN DOG

From norwegian to english = However tamaskan
From swedish to english = Tame wife died


:lol: :lol:
:lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:
I just about died from laughing :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Reminds me of German class in high school when the boys were trying to figure out all the dirty/ inappropriate words to use/ say to people that didn't know the language. Kids eh? :roll:

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Post by Blustag » Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:25 am

I would just like to add here that I am getting a flow of google translated
emails from time to time and for the most part I can understand what is
being asked...but.... sometimes they dont make any sense at all.

IF it is possible could people try to get someone who speaks, or can write in
English to help them. This would certainly help clear up unneccessary
misunderstandings. ;)

The other problem is that I screen everyone thoroughly and it is very difficult
to do this via google translate. I have just had a horrendous time with
a French person and he ended up getting an English friend to telephone me :lol:

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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Tsir » Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:47 pm

I know this topic is quite old, nevertheless...

Here goes Frisian:
Sit = sit
Stay = bliuw
Lay Down = del (down, to go down) or ôf (lay down) sounds like "awe"
Recall = hjir, kom hjir, hjirhinne
Paw = poat. sounds like the oo in ookami
Bark = blaf

just like dutch. Frisian has some old english, dutch, german and danish in it.
Most people just use dutch here, and go :o because they don't understand it :lol:
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Post by Nikola1985Ghaeltacht » Mon Mar 12, 2012 4:06 pm

Here is Croatian:

Sit = "sjedi"
Stay = "mjesto"
Lay Down = "lezi"
Recall = "dođi" (đ is pronounced as J in jacket)
Paw = "šapa" or "daj šapu" (š is pronounced as Sh in she)
Bark = "glas"
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Nino » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:44 pm

Tsir wrote:I know this topic is quite old, nevertheless...

Here goes Frisian:
Sit = sit
Stay = bliuw
Lay Down = del (down, to go down) or ôf (lay down) sounds like "awe"
Recall = hjir, kom hjir, hjirhinne
Paw = poat. sounds like the oo in ookami
Bark = blaf

just like dutch. Frisian has some old english, dutch, german and danish in it.
Most people just use dutch here, and go :o because they don't understand it :lol:
Stay, Sit, Recall and Paw certainly sounds a lot like Danish :D
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by Tiantai » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:44 pm

Nikola1985Ghaeltacht wrote: Lay Down = "lezi"
:lol: Looks like you said "lazy" when read in English, I like it Nikola! :D
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Post by Tsir » Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:56 pm

Nino wrote:
Tsir wrote:I know this topic is quite old, nevertheless...

Here goes Frisian:
Sit = sit
Stay = bliuw
Lay Down = del (down, to go down) or ôf (lay down) sounds like "awe"
Recall = hjir, kom hjir, hjirhinne
Paw = poat. sounds like the oo in ookami
Bark = blaf

just like dutch. Frisian has some old english, dutch, german and danish in it.
Most people just use dutch here, and go :o because they don't understand it :lol:
Stay, Sit, Recall and Paw certainly sounds a lot like Danish :D
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schleswig-Holstein If you scroll to language section, you'll see it is quite logical.
And also this one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Frisians.png
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Post by Rahne » Mon Mar 12, 2012 11:31 pm

Tsir wrote:I know this topic is quite old, nevertheless...

Here goes Frisian:
Sit = sit
Stay = bliuw
Lay Down = del (down, to go down) or ôf (lay down) sounds like "awe"
Recall = hjir, kom hjir, hjirhinne
Paw = poat. sounds like the oo in ookami
Bark = blaf

just like dutch. Frisian has some old english, dutch, german and danish in it.
Most people just use dutch here, and go :o because they don't understand it :lol:
I know Frisian :D
I was born in Leeuwarden, though I grew up in Rotterdam so I can't speak it well but I do understand most of it. I love the Frisian language!

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Post by Nino » Tue Mar 13, 2012 12:13 am

Tsir wrote:
Nino wrote:Stay, Sit, Recall and Paw certainly sounds a lot like Danish :D
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schleswig-Holstein If you scroll to language section, you'll see it is quite logical.
And also this one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Frisians.png
Makes even more sense then :lol:

I love how just knowing a bit german and french and a lot of english and Danish I can actually understand some written Dutch too :lol:



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Post by Tiantai » Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:09 am

If I had more time to travel around the globe and that my brain had more room for more languages I'd learn as many as possible. I HATE google, the unreliable search engine that never gives me what I'm searching for when doing crucial school researches that colleges are very picky on the sources, and have NEVER trusted its translator.
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Post by Czertice » Tue Mar 13, 2012 9:43 am

Czech:

Sit = sedni
Stay = zůstaň
Lay Down = lehni
Recall = ke mně
Paw = pac
Bark = štěkni

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fangjingtuanlucas wrote:If I had more time to travel around the globe and that my brain had more room for more languages I'd learn as many as possible. I HATE google, the unreliable search engine that never gives me what I'm searching for when doing crucial school researches that colleges are very picky on the sources, and have NEVER trusted its translator.
i learn't rough basic spanish googling (still get some things wrong tho, rubbish memory :oops: not spoke to my Spanish/Floridian friend to practice it for ages) ... and i didn't get as far as the harder stuff but i'm sure it's there...

hola, mi nombre es Terri. como te llama? Como estas? esta lloviendo :( pero hara las delicias de mas ;) . tenga un bueno dia y adios :D

(off the top of my head, not sure on spelling either :oops: ). also don't know how well it translates because i can't do accents, but you can learn much of google if you look in the right places...
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Post by Tiantai » Wed Mar 14, 2012 7:43 pm

TerriHolt wrote:
fangjingtuanlucas wrote:If I had more time to travel around the globe and that my brain had more room for more languages I'd learn as many as possible. I HATE google, the unreliable search engine that never gives me what I'm searching for when doing crucial school researches that colleges are very picky on the sources, and have NEVER trusted its translator.
i learn't rough basic spanish googling (still get some things wrong tho, rubbish memory :oops: not spoke to my Spanish/Floridian friend to practice it for ages) ... and i didn't get as far as the harder stuff but i'm sure it's there...

hola, mi nombre es Terri. como te llama? Como estas? esta lloviendo :( pero hara las delicias de mas ;) . tenga un bueno dia y adios :D

(off the top of my head, not sure on spelling either :oops: ). also don't know how well it translates because i can't do accents, but you can learn much of google if you look in the right places...
True, but it's just that the higher academic English programs in Seneca colleges as well as other programs don't accept google searches and in some writers craft, the professors not only want proper MLA citation but also the steps of how you obtained your sources, especially if you're taking a computer class that involves heavy researches. But I agree that google does help with many other things, but definitely not with translating Asian languages to English though.

I nearly got in trouble once when I wrote one of my old status on facebook in Korean of which was criticizing a Cambodian band for plagiarizing off the Korean girl band the Wonder Girl's Nobody song and explaining why the Cambodian label company was being lawsuited by JYP Entertainment but when a former classmate of mine "online translated with google" the status, the result was "Plagiarist are Cambodians for nobody song wondering girls" and that was definitely NOT what I wrote. I eventually got attacked by another person who is Cambodian and was offended by my status (also online translated) which I ended up clarifying again and again that it was NOT what I said. Anyways, all of that is in the past now and I heard that google has improved the translator but what happened back then I still won't forgive the clumsy translators for that.
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Post by TerriHolt » Wed Mar 14, 2012 7:58 pm

yeah... translators can do things like that... i just look for free online, language learning sites... i didn't use translators. then later on i looked for spanish speaking people and i found someone in florida to help. i was hoping to become fluent but it was harder than i thought...
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Post by Tiantai » Thu Mar 15, 2012 12:31 am

TerriHolt wrote:yeah... translators can do things like that... i just look for free online, language learning sites... i didn't use translators. then later on i looked for spanish speaking people and i found someone in florida to help. i was hoping to become fluent but it was harder than i thought...
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Re: English vs Foreign Languages...

Post by caninesrock » Fri Aug 30, 2013 5:20 am

Wow. Danish sounds alot like English. Amazing.

Especially these terms:

Danish:

Sit = Sit

^It's the same. Lol. XD

Recall = Kom/Kom her/Her or even Plads (which means come and sit by my side like heal)
^
Kom her and kom, sound very similiar to the English commands "Come" and "Come Here" which are also used for recall commands in English.

Paw = Pote/Giv pote
^
Giv Pote, sounds alot like "Give Paw", though more so with the Giv/Give part than the Paw/Pote part.

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