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    28 Aug '15 20:23
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Und jemand der zwei Sprachen kennt?
    ორენოვანი
    (orenovani)

    (in Georgian)
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    28 Aug '15 20:25
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    Danish vocals and clusils

    å = o
    a = ae
    u = o or A
    i = e
    e = i

    d = almost l like English "th" pronounced by a mean dead drunken

    t = d or th

    k = g

    p = b
    What exactly are clusils, vandervelde?
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    28 Aug '15 21:25
    plosives, sorry, plosives - p b k g t d,
    "klusiler" is Danish name
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    03 Sep '15 17:01
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    ორენოვანი
    (orenovani)

    (in Georgian)
    And someone who speaks only one language?
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    13 Sep '15 14:591 edit
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    And someone who speaks only one language?
    μονόγλωσσα
    monóglo̱ssa

    (Greek)
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    13 Sep '15 15:14
    Une tornade de langue française. (A French tongue twister.)

    L'Arabe Ali est mort au lit.
    Moralité: Maure Ali, t'es mort alité.
  7. Subscriberrookie54
    free tazer tickles..
    wildly content...
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    13 Sep '15 18:34
    The post that was quoted here has been removed
    i would dearly love to hear this sound,
    from yer lips to my ears...
  8. Subscriberrookie54
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    13 Sep '15 18:37
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    culture in different parts of the U.S. is pretty much homogenized these days. Except for Texas.
    i do so wish that where i live, work, and play were more to yer liking...
    then again, since the only place i have to 'listen' to you is here, i guess we be doing just fine,

    without you...
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    14 Sep '15 14:16
    Originally posted by NoEarthlyReason
    μονόγλωσσα
    monóglo̱ssa

    (Greek)
    Nope.

    "English".
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