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Spanish and French and Italian
1.       TheNemanja
116 posts
 22 Jul 2013 Mon 03:12 pm

Hola! Does anybody here speak Spanish? I started learning yesterday,it´s so nice language. And it doesn´t look so hard.



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2.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 22 Jul 2013 Mon 06:22 pm

yeah..very similar to romanian and italian

by the way, my teacher of french language said days ago "spanish is very close to arabic and french"

forgive me, I know,  it not helps you but...

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3.       TheNemanja
116 posts
 22 Jul 2013 Mon 06:35 pm

 

Quoting elenagabriela

yeah..very similar to romanian and italian

by the way, my teacher of french language said days ago "spanish is very close to arabic and french"

forgive me, I know,  it not helps you but...

 

That´s actually very interesting,Elena! But how is Spanish close to Arabic..... ? :O

4.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 22 Jul 2013 Mon 06:45 pm

I dont know my dear friend; like you, I told to myself "how is possible"; but maybe if you think at history and mauri people (moors) ..maybe is a reason

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moors

The Moors were the medieval Muslim inhabitants of Morocco, western Algeria, Western Sahara, Mauritania, the Iberian Peninsula, Septimania, Sicily and Malta.

The Moors called their Iberian territory Al-Andalus, an area comprising Gibraltar, much of what is now Spain and Portugal, and part of France. There was also a Moorish presence in present-day southern Italy after they occupied Mazara in 827[1] until their last settlement of Lucera was destroyed in 1300. The religious difference of the Moorish Muslims led to a centuries-long conflict with the Christian kingdoms of Europe called the Reconquista. The term "Moors" has also been used in Europe in a broader sense to refer to Muslims, especially those of Arab or African descent, whether living in Spain or North Africa. Moors are not a distinct or self-defined people. Medieval and early modern Europeans applied the name to the Berbers, North African Arabs, Muslim Iberians[2] and West Africans from Mali and Niger who had been absorbed into the Almoravid dynasty.[3] Scholars observed in 1911 that "The term ´Moors´ has no real ethnological value."[4]

In the Medieval Romance languages (such as Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, Romanian), the Latin word took such forms as mouro, moro, moir, mor and maur.

 

 

in Romanian there is the word maur



Edited (7/22/2013) by elenagabriela

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5.       TheNemanja
116 posts
 01 Aug 2013 Thu 06:00 pm

Does anybody here speak French?
Well,in new school we´ll learn English,Spanish and French or Chinese(we´ll see when the school starts).
I definetely can´t learn Chinese by myself,but I can practice French,so if anybody here can help me,let me send PM.  



Edited (8/1/2013) by TheNemanja

6.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 02 Aug 2013 Fri 10:42 am

I took some lessons of French, for 2 1/2 months, but my level is A1; I will start again at the end of September, when the lessons will start again (I went at French Institute of Bucharest; as I know there are in many countries, but the single I have seen was in Istanbul)

these lessons are very good and so efficient; I have never learned French and after almost 3 months I can use some usual phrases and exprime myself; of course my level is beginner but I think is wonderful because until that Franch was a very strange and impossible to learn language (even is close to Romanian, but Turkish is more than easier..)

and if you became "student" here you can borrow (free of charge) for 1 year books, audio-video media, magazines...for us  1 level (that means 8 sessions of 3 hours) costs around 100 euro; for levels A1 and A2 there are 3 level for each (A1.1, A1.2, A1.3, A2.1, A2.2, A2.3); after A2 you can consider yourself intermmediate in French

good luck

 

 

bak bak bak neler buldum

 

http://www.institutfrancais.rs/



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7.       TheNemanja
116 posts
 03 Aug 2013 Sat 11:55 pm

 

Quoting elenagabriela

I took some lessons of French, for 2 1/2 months, but my level is A1; I will start again at the end of September, when the lessons will start again (I went at French Institute of Bucharest; as I know there are in many countries, but the single I have seen was in Istanbul)

these lessons are very good and so efficient; I have never learned French and after almost 3 months I can use some usual phrases and exprime myself; of course my level is beginner but I think is wonderful because until that Franch was a very strange and impossible to learn language (even is close to Romanian, but Turkish is more than easier..)

and if you became "student" here you can borrow (free of charge) for 1 year books, audio-video media, magazines...for us  1 level (that means 8 sessions of 3 hours) costs around 100 euro; for levels A1 and A2 there are 3 level for each (A1.1, A1.2, A1.3, A2.1, A2.2, A2.3); after A2 you can consider yourself intermmediate in French

good luck

 

 

bak bak bak neler buldum

 

http://www.institutfrancais.rs/

 

ahh ne güzel,sağol canım.  {#emotions_dlg.ty_ty}

 

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