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Postby Vedun » Sat Apr 11, 2020 8:08 pm

Dieses Subforum ist nicht sehr aktiv, aber wir könnte es zusammen besser machen. Schreibt ihr mal in jeder Sprache, die ihr wollt, und danach übersetzt es.
Wie viel Beschränkungen gibt es in eurer Länder? Könnt ihr in den Park gehen?

This subforum is not very active, but we could do better together. Write in any language you want, and then translate.
How many restrictions are there in your contries? Can you go to the park?
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Re: All languages

Postby Sparverius » Sun Apr 12, 2020 3:19 am

因为我住在农村,所以不必呆在里面。可以去海滩散步或者在街上骑自行车。当然我们不许离别人很近,可是在这儿不太难了。现在只要更好用我的时间-- 有很多空,可是比以前不在花更多时间练习我的语言。

Weil ich nicht in der Stadt wohne, sondern in einem kleinen Dorf mit ungefähr tausend Einwohner, muss ich nicht drinnen bleiben-- kann noch zum Strand gehen und spazieren, oder in der Gegend Rad fahren. Natürlich dürfen wir nicht mit anderen Leute dicht beieinander sein, aber hier ist das überhaupt nicht schwierig. Für mich ist jetzt das größte Problem meine Zeit sinnvoll zu benutzen-- von Freizeit habe ich viel, aber bisher habe ich Sprachen nicht viel mehr als vorher geübt usw.

Since I live in a rural area, I don't have to stay inside; can still go walk on the beach or bicycle around the area. Of course we can't be be close to people not in our households, but that's not very hard around here. Now I just need to start using my time better-- while I have a lot more free time, I haven't actually been studying languages much more frequently or that sort of thing.
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Re: All languages

Postby chove » Sun Apr 12, 2020 7:00 am

Wir mussen zu Hause bleiben, aber können wir für ''essentials'' einkaufen oder einmal pro Tag allein spazieren gehen. Ich kann nicht meine Freundinen besuchen (meine Familie wohnen sowieso weit).

We must stay at home, but we can shop for ''essentials'' or go for a walk once a day. I can't visit my friends (my family live far away anyway).
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Re: All languages

Postby Hashimi » Sun Apr 12, 2020 8:43 am

Tujad ba'd alquyood, lakin yumkin ath-thahab ila alHadayiq bidoon tajammu'at kabeera. taqriban jami' alsubarmarkitat la tazaal maftooHa.

There are some restrictions, but it's allowed to go to parks, and almost all supermarkets are still open.
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Re: All languages

Postby Querneus » Sun Apr 12, 2020 10:19 pm

Vedun wrote:How many restrictions are there in your contries? Can you go to the park?

Fās adhūc multa agere hīc est dum paucī conveniunt, expedītēque in viridārium quod prope domum est possim īre sī velim, sed tantī ā morbō metuunt ut nōnmultī sōlum invenīrī in plateīs possunt. Complūrēs raedās per propinquās viās trānseuntēs nihilōminus iam nunc audiō.

It's still allowed to do many things here as long as few people meet together, and I could easily go to the park near my house if I wanted to, but so many people are afraid of the disease that not that many can be found on the streets. I can still hear many cars going through the streets nearby right now though.

Hashimi wrote:Tujad ba'd alquyood, lakin yumkin ath-thahab ila alHadayiq bidoon tajammu'at kabeera. taqriban jami' alsubarmarkitat la tazaal maftooHa.

There are some restrictions, but it's allowed to go to parks, and almost all supermarkets are still open.

Rōgandum mihi est, quam ob causam "alsubarmarkitat" scrīpsistī prō "assubarmarkitaat"? Ēnūntiāsne verbum cum L et vocāle brevī fīnālī?

I have to ask, why did you write "alsubarmarkitat" instead of "assubarmarkitaat"? Do you pronounce that word with an L and a short vowel at the end?
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Re: All languages

Postby Hashimi » Sun Apr 12, 2020 11:16 pm

Ser wrote:Rōgandum mihi est, quam ob causam "alsubarmarkitat" scrīpsistī prō "assubarmarkitaat"? Ēnūntiāsne verbum cum L et vocāle brevī fīnālī?

I have to ask, why did you write "alsubarmarkitat" instead of "assubarmarkitaat"? Do you pronounce that word with an L and a short vowel at the end?


Anta muHiqq! as-SaHih huwa kama katabtaha anta. kuntu musta'jilan.

You are right! The correct transcription is yours. I was in a hurry.

BTW, how's your knowledge of Arabic?
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Re: All languages

Postby Querneus » Mon Apr 13, 2020 6:20 pm

Hashimi wrote:BTW, how's your knowledge of Arabic?

Ōlim, duōbus vel tribus annīs arabē didicī studiō, sed ut abhinc decem annōs nihil ēgī, tantī oblītus sum...
I once studied it enthusiastically for two or three years, but as I haven't done anything with it in ten years I've now forgotten so much...
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Re: All languages

Postby Vedun » Mon Apr 13, 2020 8:11 pm

Hashimi wrote:
Ser wrote:Rōgandum mihi est, quam ob causam "alsubarmarkitat" scrīpsistī prō "assubarmarkitaat"? Ēnūntiāsne verbum cum L et vocāle brevī fīnālī?

I have to ask, why did you write "alsubarmarkitat" instead of "assubarmarkitaat"? Do you pronounce that word with an L and a short vowel at the end?


Anta muHiqq! as-SaHih huwa kama katabtaha anta. kuntu musta'jilan.

You are right! The correct transcription is yours. I was in a hurry.

BTW, how's your knowledge of Arabic?


Non l'ho studiato l'arabico ma non dipende l'assimilazione di l nel'articolo determinativo dal dialetto?
I haven't studied arabic, but doesn't the assimilation of l in the definite article depend on the dialect?
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Re: All languages

Postby Querneus » Tue Apr 14, 2020 3:19 am

Vedun wrote:I haven't studied arabic, but doesn't the assimilation of l in the definite article depend on the dialect?

Paululō, dīcam. Exemplī grātiā, aegyptiī articulum ad litterās kāf et jīm (eīs, sānē, "giim") assimilant, etsī lām in plūrimīs aliīs sermōnibus conservātur. Quamquam autem, nisī fallor, omnēs ad sonum sīn assimilant, Hashimī dē eō verbō rōgāvī, quia in mentem vēnit verba ab aliīs linguīs prompta saltem sermōnibus quārundam regiōnum fortasse hāc mūtātiōne nōn adhibērī.

A little bit, I'd say. For example, Egyptians assimilate the article to the letters kaaf and jiim (for them, well, actually "giim"), even though in most of the other dialects the lām is kept intact. However, even though as far as I know everybody assimilates it to the sound of sīn, I asked Hashimi about that word because it occurred to me that this change maybe doesn't apply to recently-borrowed words in at least some dialects.
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Re: All languages

Postby eido » Fri Apr 24, 2020 4:27 pm

여러분 안녕하세요? 에이도야. 여기 나를 코러나비러스가 안 영향을 줘.

Go Korean!

Because I'm in my house, Coronovirus hasn't gotten to me yet. So that's a good thing. :) I'm happy.
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