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Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Thu 28 Jul 2016, 18:59
by k1234567890y
Si ubade yaya Altai i gisun jai julgei Siberia i gisun be gisureci ombi! damu mende sini gisurehengge i Inggeringge ubaliyabun be bukini.(Manchu Romanization)

you can speak any Altaic language and Paleosiberian language here! but I hope you give us the English translations of what you have said.

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Thu 04 Aug 2016, 03:17
by HoskhMatriarch
I would just do this on the Language Practice Thread. I don't think enough people know "Altaic" and Paleosiberian languages to the point where they can post in them to have a dedicated thread.

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Thu 04 Aug 2016, 04:10
by k1234567890y
HoskhMatriarch wrote:I would just do this on the Language Practice Thread. I don't think enough people know "Altaic" and Paleosiberian languages to the point where they can post in them to have a dedicated thread.
alrgiht, although I know Pirka speaks Ainu, and I think there are speakers of turkic languages in this forum, and if Japanese and Korean speakers are counted, there are actually lot of potential participants for this thread, although Japanese speakers don't need and are less likely to come here.

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Fri 19 Aug 2016, 09:28
by clawgrip
Bi chamd hairtai.

That about does it for my Mongolian.

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Sat 20 Aug 2016, 04:34
by k1234567890y
clawgrip wrote:Bi chamd hairtai.

That about does it for my Mongolian.
sain (:(Manchu)
good (:

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Sat 20 Aug 2016, 14:22
by GrandPiano
clawgrip wrote:Bi chamd hairtai.

That about does it for my Mongolian.
翻訳?
Hon'yaku?
Translation?

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Sun 21 Aug 2016, 16:47
by clawgrip
I love you.

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Mon 22 Aug 2016, 09:23
by k1234567890y
clawgrip wrote:I love you.
Spoiler:
bi = I

chamd = you(accusative)

hairtai = love(what are the inflectional affixes?)

right?
Clawgrip, si Monggo gisun be tacime bio?
Clawgrip, are you learning Mongolian?

Re: Altai jai Siberia Gisun(Altaic and Siberian languages)

Posted: Mon 22 Aug 2016, 11:25
by clawgrip
このスレッドにとっては日本語がアルタイ語だとしてカウントするなら日本語で話す。
Kono sureddo ni totte wa Nihongo ga Arutaigo da to shite kaunto suru nara Nihongo de hanasu.

If Japanese counts as an Altaic language in this thread then I'll speak in Japanese.

モンゴル語は全く勉強していない。そのフレーズは内モンゴルから来た、昔の生徒さんに教えてもらった。
Mongorugo wa mattaku benkyō shite inai. Kono furēzu wa Uchi-Mongoru kara kita, mukashi no seito-san ni oshiete moratta.

I am not studying Mongolian at all. I learned that phrase from a former student of mine from Inner Mongolia.

モンゴル語はかなり変な響きだから勉強したいと思うときがときどきあるけど、それが気持ちがあってもなぜか結局勉強しようともしない。
Mongorugo wa kanari hen na hibiki da kara benkyō shitai to omou toki ga tokidoki aru kedo, sono kimochi ga atte mo nazeka kekkyoku benkyō shiyō to mo shinai.

Mongolian has a very strange sound to it, so I sometimes feel like studying it, but even so, for whatever reason I end up never even trying to study it.
k1234567890y wrote:...and if Japanese and Korean speakers are counted, there are actually lot of potential participants for this thread...
ちょっと気になるけど韓国語が話せる人は誰かな。
Chotto ki ni naru kedo Kankokugo ga hanaseru hito wa dare kana.

I'm kind of wondering who can speak Korean.