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    Do you get it?

    I find this interesting http://www.slovio.com
    Новйу межународйу йазика! Што ес Словио? Словио ес новйу межународйу йазика ктор разумийут чтирсто милион лудис на целойу земла. Словио можете употребит дла гворение со чтирсто милион славйу Лудис от Прага до Владивосток; от Санкт Петербург через Варшава до Варна; от Средземйу Морие и от Северйу Морие до Тихйу Океан. Словио имайт простйу, логикйу граматиа и Словио ес идеалйу йазика дла днесйу лудис. Учийте Словио тпер!
    Slovio 2.72n
    Novju mezxunarodju jazika!
    Sxto es Slovio? Slovio es novju mezxunarodju jazika ktor razumijut cxtirsto milion ludis na celoju zemla. Slovio mozxete upotrebit dla gvorenie so cxtirsto milion slavju Ludis ot Praga do Vladivostok; ot Sankt Peterburg cxerez Varsxava do Varna; ot Sredzemju Morie i ot Severju Morie do Tihju Okean. Slovio imajt prostju, logikju gramatia i Slovio es idealju jazika dla dnesju ludis. Ucxijte Slovio tper!
    Slovio imajt uzx pocxti 30 tisicx slovis, imenis i virazxenies. To es plus slovis cxem nektor "prirodju" jazikas! Ucxijte Slovio, ucxijte universalju slaviansk jazika tper! Iskame jazikaju naukitelis i perevoditelis ktor hce sotrudit so nams vo tut ogromju proekt.
    Well, I am impressed, I understand everything they wrote. Guys, espesially who are native speakers of any Slavic language, do you get it as easy like I do? Is it possible that they could make the universal Slavic language? Now I'm reading the Grammar section, it looks very simple. What do you think about this language?
    Gib immer 100% bei der Arbeit: 12% am Montag, 23% am Dienstag, 40% am Mittwoch, 20% am Donnerstag, 5% am Freitag ...

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    Этат креатиф иллюстрируйет, што будит с руским йезыком кагда фсе рускае насиленийе станит пастайанна фтыкать udaff.com.

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    Re: Do you get it?

    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Well, I am impressed, I understand everything they wrote. Guys, espesially who are native speakers of any Slavic language, do you get it as easy like I do? Is it possible that they could make the universal Slavic language? Now I'm reading the Grammar section, it looks very simple. What do you think about this language?
    Did you ever try to learn Esperanto? - it was pretty close to slavic base too. Once I tried, it was fun. Anyway, I am pro-universal language ! I just don't understand why do we need another one, we already have a bunch...

    Viva, viva, Esperanto
    Viva professore...
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    Re: Do you get it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerty
    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Anyway, I am pro-universal language
    Actually I am not. We all live in a different nature circumstance, a political circumstance and the like so we're forced to operate the different conceptions and the different words and grammar... For example I hardly understand guys from www.udaff.com though some things there make me laugh. We even have a lot of version of English.
    I just don't understand why do we need another one....
    Viva, viva, Esperanto
    Viva professore...
    The clue is "Slovio mozxete upotrebit dla gvorenie so cxtirsto milion slavju Ludis ot Praga do Vladivostok". Is it bad reason for business or travelling or chatting with people? Could you do it using Esperanto? I mean that the natives can understand you quite easy without studeing any other languages... Though I would like to know is this text really easy understandable to the other natives of Slavic languages?
    Gib immer 100% bei der Arbeit: 12% am Montag, 23% am Dienstag, 40% am Mittwoch, 20% am Donnerstag, 5% am Freitag ...

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    I'm not a native of any Slavic language...
    but knowing Russian, some Czech and a bit of Croatian, even for me as a non-native speaker it is really-really easy to unterstand that text.

    IMHO I don`t think that you could travel around Europe (western or eastern) only speaking Esperanto - people there wouldn't understand you! - , while speaking Slovio could really help understanding...

    But then I`m not sure if there is an actual need to create an usual language therefore, as my personal experience showed that you can survive in the whole Slavic Europe knowing Russian, for example!

    And don`t forget, the clue to other people is trying to communicate with them, not studying all grammar rules and their exceptions etc.!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agnessa Ivanovna
    But then I`m not sure if there is an actual need to create an usual language therefore, as my personal experience showed that you can survive in the whole Slavic Europe knowing Russian, for example!
    No doubt, the knowledge only one Slavic language help you survive there, but it doesnt help to communicate a lot. My brother have been to Bratislava about a month or two ago and he told me he could understand the locals if they speak very-very slowly. But the text in Slovio I can get very fast and easy. I wonder is it the same for the others?
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    text and spoken language will be much different in any case. I bet he could understand written slovak a lot better than spoken, even if slowly.

    I was talking to this japanese kid in mongolia who had spent a year in Slovakia and he knew some basic stuff like numbers and simple words, and a lot of them seemed similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisces
    Этат креатиф иллюстрируйет, што будит с руским йезыком кагда фсе рускае насиленийе станит пастайанна фтыкать udaff.com.
    "элйустрируйет" I think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Quote Originally Posted by Agnessa Ivanovna
    But then I`m not sure if there is an actual need to create an usual language therefore, as my personal experience showed that you can survive in the whole Slavic Europe knowing Russian, for example!
    No doubt, the knowledge only one Slavic language help you survive there, but it doesnt help to communicate a lot. My brother have been to Bratislava about a month or two ago and he told me he could understand the locals if they speak very-very slowly. But the text in Slovio I can get very fast and easy. I wonder is it the same for the others?
    For me it is contrary: I understand better spoken word than the written one. Because there is grammer of each language which quite stops you in so fast reading but if you hear...it is another song...
    Я ЕСТЬ потому что мы ЕСТЬ. Чтобы были МЫ -- ЕСТЬ Я.
    ПРОЛЕТАРИИ ВСЕХ СТРАН, СОЕДИНЯЙТЕСЬ!

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    Re: Do you get it?

    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Quote Originally Posted by Gerty
    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Anyway, I am pro-universal language
    Actually I am not. We all live in a different nature circumstance, a political circumstance and the like so we're forced to operate the different conceptions and the different words and grammar... For example I hardly understand guys from www.udaff.com though some things there make me laugh. We even have a lot of version of English.
    I just don't understand why do we need another one....
    Viva, viva, Esperanto
    Viva professore...
    The clue is "Slovio mozxete upotrebit dla gvorenie so cxtirsto milion slavju Ludis ot Praga do Vladivostok". Is it bad reason for business or travelling or chatting with people? Could you do it using Esperanto? I mean that the natives can understand you quite easy without studeing any other languages... Though I would like to know is this text really easy understandable to the other natives of Slavic languages?
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    ПРОЛЕТАРИИ ВСЕХ СТРАН, СОЕДИНЯЙТЕСЬ!

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    Это украинский, наверное

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri
    Это украинский, наверное
    Вы что издеваетесь? никакой не украинский..по звучанию мне болгарский напоминает....и смысл понятен...во всяком случаеэто не русский, не украинский, не польский, не английский и даже не норвежский...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka
    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri
    Это украинский, наверное
    Вы что издеваетесь? никакой не украинский..по звучанию мне болгарский напоминает....и смысл понятен...во всяком случаеэто не русский, не украинский, не польский, не английский и даже не норвежский...
    Это по словацки
    Я ЕСТЬ потому что мы ЕСТЬ. Чтобы были МЫ -- ЕСТЬ Я.
    ПРОЛЕТАРИИ ВСЕХ СТРАН, СОЕДИНЯЙТЕСЬ!

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    Re: Do you get it?

    [quote=Pejko]
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    Re: Do you get it?

    [quote=Красота-то какая][quote=Pejko]
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    Я ЕСТЬ потому что мы ЕСТЬ. Чтобы были МЫ -- ЕСТЬ Я.
    ПРОЛЕТАРИИ ВСЕХ СТРАН, СОЕДИНЯЙТЕСЬ!

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