Guess The Language!!!

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by qwed117 » 23 Jun 2016 20:57

Southern Maipurean?
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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by opipik » 23 Jun 2016 21:01

Piro subfamily?

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by Frislander » 23 Jun 2016 21:02

qwed117 wrote:Southern Maipurean?
Correct [tick]
opipik wrote:Piro subfamily?
No [cross]

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by qwed117 » 23 Jun 2016 21:04

Amuesha?
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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by Frislander » 23 Jun 2016 21:05

qwed117 wrote:Amuesha?
Nope [cross]

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by opipik » 23 Jun 2016 21:11

Chamicuro?

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Post by qwed117 » 23 Jun 2016 21:16

Moxos group? And if so, Trinitario?
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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by Frislander » 23 Jun 2016 21:21

opipik wrote:Chamicuro?
No [cross]
qwed117 wrote:Moxos group? And if so, Trinitario?
It is Moxos, but it's not Trinitario [cross]

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by opipik » 23 Jun 2016 21:25

Ignaciano?

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Post by Frislander » 23 Jun 2016 21:26

opipik wrote:Ignaciano?
No [cross]

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by opipik » 23 Jun 2016 21:27

Baure?

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Post by Frislander » 23 Jun 2016 21:32

opipik wrote:Baure?
Correct [tick] [tick] [tick] Your turn.

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by opipik » 25 Jun 2016 09:50

Biya kembirra ne-kbada arakba. Wurdarriya-wiya akina. Biya ngarningka nakina Neningikarrawara ni-yengbina ayakwa. "Aki-yebijebakaja akungwa ngala amungukungwa, ekuwarra karrawaru-wa, umba ngalaja ekuwarra arrawamanja," ni-yama nakina.

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Post by Frislander » 25 Jun 2016 17:21

opipik wrote:
Biya kembirra ne-kbada arakba. Wurdarriya-wiya akina. Biya ngarningka nakina Neningikarrawara ni-yengbina ayakwa. "Aki-yebijebakaja akungwa ngala amungukungwa, ekuwarra karrawaru-wa, umba ngalaja ekuwarra arrawamanja," ni-yama nakina.
Australian? If so, Enindhilyagwa.

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Post by opipik » 25 Jun 2016 18:03

Frislander wrote:
opipik wrote:
Biya kembirra ne-kbada arakba. Wurdarriya-wiya akina. Biya ngarningka nakina Neningikarrawara ni-yengbina ayakwa. "Aki-yebijebakaja akungwa ngala amungukungwa, ekuwarra karrawaru-wa, umba ngalaja ekuwarra arrawamanja," ni-yama nakina.
Australian? If so, Enindhilyagwa.
How did you guess this fast?
It's indeed Enindhilyagwa. Your turn [tick] [tick] [tick]

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by Frislander » 25 Jun 2016 18:48

opipik wrote:
Frislander wrote:
opipik wrote:
Biya kembirra ne-kbada arakba. Wurdarriya-wiya akina. Biya ngarningka nakina Neningikarrawara ni-yengbina ayakwa. "Aki-yebijebakaja akungwa ngala amungukungwa, ekuwarra karrawaru-wa, umba ngalaja ekuwarra arrawamanja," ni-yama nakina.
Australian? If so, Enindhilyagwa.
How did you guess this fast?
It's indeed Enindhilyagwa. Your turn [tick] [tick] [tick]
I've just exposed myself to lots of languages, even if only cursorily (probably a bit much for a 16-ear-old, but hey).

Anyway:
tooriike=tii=du=i, ssibara, maibara, satubžtu=nu atar=ca. ftakiv. ftakiv ariutui=du, pžtukiv=ga im=nu acca jaiba, unukja=a, pžtukiv=nu pžtu=nu ssibara=ru atar=ru maibara=ru atar=ru mmja ssan=suga, pžtukiv=nu… ftakiv=kara pžtukiv=nu pžtu=nu junai, ningjo, junatama=u tuiccii, kurusii, mmja uri=a žžu jaiba, kurusii, katabata=u=baa jakii fai, katabata=u=baa jaa=nu pana=n nuusii, pusiatar=ca.
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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by GrandPiano » 25 Jun 2016 18:53

Does <=> represent a phoneme?
:eng: - Native
:chn: - B2
:esp: - A2
:jpn: - A2

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by qwed117 » 25 Jun 2016 19:05

GrandPiano wrote:Does <=> represent a phoneme?
Does it represent a morpheme break?
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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by Frislander » 25 Jun 2016 19:06

GrandPiano wrote:Does <=> represent a phoneme?
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qwed117 wrote:
GrandPiano wrote:Does <=> represent a phoneme?
Does it represent a morpheme break?
If by that you mean a clitic break, yes. [tick]

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Re: Guess The Language!!!

Post by GrandPiano » 25 Jun 2016 19:07

Is it spoken in the Americas?
:eng: - Native
:chn: - B2
:esp: - A2
:jpn: - A2

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