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Hello / Salut / ¡Hola! / 你好 / Shwmae

Postby Admin » Sun 19 Apr 2009 10:43 am

Welcome to the new Omniglot forum. I'm Simon, your host and the administrator. I'm a polyglot, linguist, writer, and author of Omniglot, where you can find out more about me.
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One language is never enough / Dydy un iaith byth yn ddigon / 一種語言永遠不夠
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Re: Hello / Salut / ¡Hola! / 你好 / Shwmae

Postby Jayan » Sun 19 Apr 2009 8:53 pm

Goddag! I'm Jayan, I'm a homeschooled highschooler in the eastern USA. Aside from langauges (an interest I've always had but am only now seriously gratifying), my interests include other cultures, history, theology, writing, watching soccer (can't play it :P ), and just about anything else that catches my eye. :) I have a theological blog with a friend of mine.
Native/Fluent: English (on a good day :P)
Pursuing fluency: Dansk
Entertaining self with: 日本語
Up next: русский язык
Eventually: Gaeilge|Deutsch|Kiswahili|Suomi
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Re: Hello / Salut / ¡Hola! / 你好 / Shwmae

Postby philly_boy » Mon 20 Apr 2009 1:54 am

Γειααααα! :D My name's Michael, I'm from Greece's second largest city, Thessaloniki, and I am 17 years old! I have created several conlangs, of which my first and best developed is Atario, a language that started as an in-class game in 7th grade English class! 'Historically' atario is divided into four eras (Primitive, Old, Imperial and New), the latest of which I am currently developing. Its largely based on ancient Greek grammar but also features some innovations of my own (like the Numeral Number for nouns) but the phonetics are inspired from a variety of other languages such as German, Danish, Latin and Quenya. If you want to, you can add me on msn or whatever; just ask for my email via PM :)

Well thats all for now (cuz its 3:51am and im tired lol)
Take care everyone! :D
Mother Tongues: Ελληνικά (Modern), English
Good: Français
Basic: Español, Ἑλληνικά (Ancient)
Studying: Türkçe
Wants to learn: Deutsch, Dansk, Svenska, Lingua Latina, Íslenska
Conlang: Vǿrliſë Loreéllë Atário (New Atario Language)
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