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B3stbeats

Member
Joined
September 12, 2018
Posts
282
Location
Spain
Native:
:es: Spanish
Galician

Fluent:
:en: English
:fr: B1 French (I left it this year, but I hope keep my French level or upgrade it)

Others:
:it: Italian (I can understand a little)
:pt: Portuguese (I live near the frontier, and also the Galician and the Portuguese are quite similar)
Catalonian (Only some words)
:no: Norwegian (Only some words and basic phrases)

Studying:
:en: English
:va: Latin
:gr: Ancient Greek

(This last two are only for Humanity students)

Alphabets that I can understand/write/read:
:va: Latin alphabet
:gr: Greek alphabet
:bg: Cyrilic alphabet (Thanks to the Greek alphabet. I use the bulgarian flag because this country was the first in use it)

Languages I want to learn:
:jp: Japanese
:cz: Czech
:ie: irish
:lv: Latvian
:ro: Romanian
:ru: Russian
Interslavic
 
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Sultana

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June 29, 2012
Posts
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Location
Topkapi Palace, Imperial Harem
Interslavic
Actually its not that difficult to understand it if you know one of the slavic languages at least on the B2 level. As a native speaker of Russian I highly recommend you to start your interslavic journey with something like Bulgarian or Croatian. Bulgarian will open you world of Macedonian and somehow Russian but in a weird way, Croatian will open you world of Ex Yugo languages and Interslavic understanding on 60-70%. Russian is kinda no-no as interslavic sounds to my ears like a 18th century russian
 
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