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Il ceco non è poi molto (difficile

Postby jan2411 » 01-Nov-07 17:55

Il ceco non è poi così difficile
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Postby GlennInFlorida » 01-Nov-07 17:59

Wanna bet?
"Life is a banquet... and most poor suckers are starving to death!" - Auntie Mame
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Postby Alexx » 02-Nov-07 7:58

GlennInFlorida wrote:Wanna bet?


:lol:
I cesta může být cíl.
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Postby vturchi » 07-Nov-07 15:56

verissimo....x xsone nate e cresciute in rep ceca e con laurea in letteratura ceca penso non sia tanto complicato!! :lol:

jĂ  myslim ze cestina je moc tezkĂ !! vid'?

Hi Glenn, I didn't know you understand italian!! Congratulations!!
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Postby GlennInFlorida » 07-Nov-07 16:14

Capisco un piccolo

and spanish (a lot)

and american sign language (a lot)

and french (a little)

bits and pieces of a few others

and now, a little czech too :)

My neighborhood is multi-lingual and I regularly read a local newspaper called "La Gaceta" which has articles in spanish, italian, and english - claims it is the country's only tri-lingual newspaper and has been in publication since 1922.

and, I agree - if you are Czech born and have a degree in Czech language, then it is not so complicated (although judging from some of the discussions here, maybe that is not so true either :shock: )
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Postby vturchi » 09-Nov-07 11:02

your environment is very interesting!
and sure:
Kolik řečí znáš, tolikrát jsi člověkem.

ciao

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Postby Alexx » 09-Nov-07 11:45

More languages I know, I understand more from languages I do not know, especialy slavic or romanic. I remember I read table on the wall in Hungary written in Esperanto :-) without difficulties.
I cesta může být cíl.

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Postby vturchi » 19-Nov-07 14:33

Do you know if there's someone that uses esperanto in the world today, or this project was completely abandoned?

I consider esperanto as a very interesting idea....it's a pity that it had no success...

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