Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

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Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

Postby Dalvemanna » Mon 01 Jun 2009 10:54 pm

Guten Abend; ich heiße hier Dálvemánná(Winterkind); ich bin 17 Jahre alt und komme aus Deutschland.

Ich spreche fließend:
Deutsch, Englisch

Grundwortschatz, wie zum Beispiel in einfachen, nicht tiefgehenden Gesprächen benutzt:
Japanisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Finnisch

Einzelne Sätze und nur für Poesie und Literatur benötigte Sprachteile:
Norwegisch, Schwedisch, Estnisch, Rumänisch, Tagalog, Nordsamisch.

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Good eve to youse, my name in this forum is Dalvemanna(winterchild); I am 17 and from Germany.

I'm speaking fluently:
German, English

Basic vocabulary, such as used for an easy, unprofound conversation:
Japanese, French, Italian, Finnish

Single sentences and parts of the vocabulary merely used for poetry:
Norwegian, Swedish, Estonian, Rumanian, Tagalog, Northern Sami.

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今晩は. 僕はフォーラムにダルベマンナと言ます , 冬子です.
僕は十七才です. どいつに住んでいます.

僕はドイツ語と英話します.

基礎語彙易易たると深く掘下げたない の会談使用するんでなんかは日本語と仏語とイタリア語とフィンランド語であります.

セパレート文と小片詩文を書いてと読み取れてがノルウエー語とスウェーデン 語とエストニア語とルーマニア語とタガログ語と北部サーミ語で起こり得ります.
Mother Tongue: Deutsch
Fluently: English
Basic extended: 日本語
Unprofound conversation: Italiano, Suomi, Norsk(+understanding Dansk/Svenska)
Introduction: Bahasa Indonesia/Basa Jawa a.o.
Conlangs: Cusanahusa, Sayama and Sayama Veeni
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Re: Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

Postby Sobekhotep » Tue 02 Jun 2009 7:46 pm

Welcome to the Omniglot forum!
So, you like to write poetry in Norwegian, Swedish, Estonian, Romanian, Tagalog, & Northern Sami?
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Re: Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

Postby Dalvemanna » Tue 02 Jun 2009 8:00 pm

Sobekhotep wrote:Welcome to the Omniglot forum!
So, you like to write poetry in Norwegian, Swedish, Estonian, Romanian, Tagalog, & Northern Sami?


Thank you:)

Yes, or rather using those languages in polylingual poetry or literature; I admit, though, that the Tagalog and Romanian texts are rather rare and I mainly use those for conversations with people, who live there, as far as my knowledge about these languages allow it.
More or less, these are the languages of countries I visit once or know people of, thus I felt the need to learn them in order to be able to talk to people in their native language; most of them are still to be learned deeper, as my vocabulary is limited to sometimes less than 200 words.
Mother Tongue: Deutsch
Fluently: English
Basic extended: 日本語
Unprofound conversation: Italiano, Suomi, Norsk(+understanding Dansk/Svenska)
Introduction: Bahasa Indonesia/Basa Jawa a.o.
Conlangs: Cusanahusa, Sayama and Sayama Veeni
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Location: Germany

Re: Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

Postby imbecilica » Wed 03 Jun 2009 5:39 pm

Welcome :D
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Re: Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

Postby Dalvemanna » Wed 03 Jun 2009 8:57 pm

Thank you. :D
Mother Tongue: Deutsch
Fluently: English
Basic extended: 日本語
Unprofound conversation: Italiano, Suomi, Norsk(+understanding Dansk/Svenska)
Introduction: Bahasa Indonesia/Basa Jawa a.o.
Conlangs: Cusanahusa, Sayama and Sayama Veeni
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Joined: Wed 20 May 2009 2:45 am
Location: Germany

Re: Guten Abend/Good Eve/今晩は

Postby xXDavePXx » Fri 20 Aug 2010 12:00 am

Wellkommen!!
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