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  1. This is a song which my grandmother sung recently, she doesn't know the language. She said her mother taught her this song and said never to say it in public (maybe it is explicit or offensive, sorry if it is). Her mother was from Austria-Hungary and spoke the same language as her father from east Romania/west Ukraine if that is any help. I have consulted some Russian speakers and they said maybe it is Polish, and my grandmother suspected this as well. Thanks for any help! misclanguage.mp3
  2. Hello I saw that there were some people interested in learning Romanian and I thought it would be fun to start a "Word of the day" thread with Romanian words. So, the first word: floare - flori (plural) flower - noun (feminine) Am primit o floare. I have received a flower. Floarea mea este albastră. My flower is blue. Grădina este plină de flori. The garden is full of flowers.
  3. Words & Pictures game by BaltoSlav A nice way to learn new words or assess your knowledge of a given language's vocabulary. Supports Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Georgian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish, Ukrainian and some others.
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