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Are there any people who are willing to learn Romanian?


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I can teach you the basic things. Maybe a few expressions and words. Later, I can teach you grammar basics. Just tell me if you want to learn, and maybe you'll teach me your language basics as well!  :wink:

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I would to like to learn it. I heard this language first time in a song by Cleopatra stratan. It was amazing :D . I don't know whether you have heard that song. If not, please check out that Gita song by her.

And I am willing to teach Malayalam. It is my native language (of Kerala, India)

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It's very nice to know that there are other foreigners who know things about my country such as music and culture. I am very proud to be a Romanian.

However, since I don't have that much free time, I think I won't be able to teach you anything new or good.

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It's very nice to know that there are other foreigners who know things about my country such as music and culture. I am very proud to be a Romanian.

However, since I don't have that much free time, I think I won't be able to teach you anything new or good.

I only know about that cute girl because her music was good and she was the youngest in the world to release a commercial album. I hope to learn from you in your free time.

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I'd love to learn Romanian one day. It sounds very different from other Romance languages. Kind of like a mix of a couple different languages. It's fairly difficult and there's some other languages I'd like to learn first but it's definitely one I'm considering for the future.

I remember when I first heard of Romania, it was mentioned in Harry Potter because Ron's brother Charlie was studying dragons in Romania. I just remember thinking the word sounded cool and exotic sounding. At that point I wasn't even sure if it was a real place or a fictional place, lol.

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I am learning German and Dutch but I do plan to expand my knowledge of European languages in the future. Romanian is most definitely one of the languages I intend to learn. I know nothing about Romanian, although I do a couple of things about the country. Is there a need for me to read a few basic, conversational phrases before I/we learn from you? Also, how do we contact you? (I use Skype)

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I'm up for learning the basic of Romanian language as I do have few Romanian friends who speak very well in English. Are you interested learning some Malay? Malay is not my mother tongue but it is a national language in my country. My mother tongue language is Dusun.

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It's interesting that someone brought up the use of Romanian, it's a shame that you say you couldn't teach anything good or new. I volunteer to give a hand, people feel free to throw questions at me.

To begin with some basics:

Buna ziua = Good day (pronounced [boona zeewa] )

Salut      = Hello        (pronounced [saloot])

These are all good conversation openers.

If you want to see some interesting films set in Romania I give you a couple of suggestions to begin with:

"Transilvania" and "Latcho Drom" both by Tony Gatlif

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