vesperala

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

2 Pages V  < 1 2  
Reply to this topicStart new topic
> Learning Romanian Language

IL2-Aviator
post May 30 2008, 08:29 PM
Post #21


FallingStar
Group Icon
**

Group: Stars
Posts: 52
Joined: 29-May 08
From: Shenzhen-China
Member No.: 193



Chinese student need to learn Russian from 1950 to 1960, my teacher can speak in Russian,
But we can't, because everything is changed since 1976.

I like watch Discovery Channel, I knew Africa, and the south America, Europe from that !
When I give English back to my English teacher, I don't think I will take it back one day!
But I watch the Discovery Channel for a hold month, I realise Discovery Channel is my another English teacher!


User's Signature

Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

florin7franky
post May 30 2008, 08:37 PM
Post #22


Sapient
Group Icon
******

Group: Stars
Posts: 16,736
Joined: 27-January 08
From: Italia
Member No.: 80



QUOTE (IL2-Aviator @ May 30 2008, 08:29 PM) *
But I watch the Discovery Channel for a hold month, I realise Discovery Channel is my another English teacher!

That's okay, and I from television taught me to say so maintained my English language hatoff.gif


User's Signature

Origami
         
Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

Zmbilici
post May 30 2008, 08:46 PM
Post #23


FallingStar
Group Icon
**

Group: Stars
Posts: 86
Joined: 28-April 08
From: Romania
Member No.: 169



indeed you are underestimating us emo-tongue.gif

romanian people are quite good with languages, probably because we are a latin country and the most dificult spelling is that... i presume only. so everything else is piece of cake smile.gif

Edited by Zmbilici: May 30 2008, 08:48 PM


User's Signature

Butterflies are a wonder... they make me smile all the time :-) !
Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

NightShift
post May 31 2008, 01:18 AM
Post #24


Scrar
Group Icon
******

Group: Stars
Posts: 3,586
Joined: 1-March 08
From: Paradise City
Member No.: 110



Hi there.

Unfortunately, I found the topic quite late. sad.gif

Most of those under 30 years old, write, read and speak English. Perhaps this is due to the fact that the Internet and the global cinema industry is mostly of American origin. Televisions in Romania apply (for several years) only subtitles, so, while we hear replies in English, we read the translation at the bottom of the screen. Those who have not learned English in primary school, it has not been hard to recover from the media. So, IL2-Aviator .... Internet and TV were our english teachers too. biggrin.gif

hatoff.gif


User's Signature


Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

Chancellor
post Jun 17 2008, 11:46 PM
Post #25


LonelyStar
Group Icon
*****

Group: Stars
Posts: 1,618
Joined: 30-December 07
From: Liverpool, England
Member No.: 12



Hello there emo-yeap.gif

I have a question if I may?

As I am very fond of chemistry, could you tell me if the names of the chemical elements (Hydrogen, Mercury, Oxygen, Astatine, Rubidium and of course all the other 112) are the same in Romanian as they are in English or are they different?

I have a friend in Germany (who also likes chemistry) and he told me that in German some of the names are the same, but some are different...

confused.gif


User's Signature



Please click on my dragon eggs and hatchlings to help them grow up! You can view my scroll to see all my dragons by clicking HERE.


Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post
Guest_pnv_*
post Jun 18 2008, 01:31 AM
Post #26





Group: Guests






QUOTE (Chancellor @ Jun 17 2008, 11:46 PM) *
Hello there emo-yeap.gif
As I am very fond of chemistry,


They are,as most of them were given some time ago from latin
the differnces might came in time..for cultural reasons
i'm fond of chemestry too,there's a prog,called Crocodile Chemistry
it simulates many chemical reaction and experiences in laboratory.
very nice...
Go to the top of the page
+ Quote Post

Chancellor
post Jun 18 2008, 01:06 PM
Post #27


LonelyStar
Group Icon
*****

Group: Stars
Posts: 1,618
Joined: 30-December 07
From: Liverpool, England
Member No.: 12



QUOTE (pnv @ Jun 18 2008, 12:31 AM) *
i'm fond of chemestry too,there's a prog,called Crocodile Chemistry
it simulates many chemical reaction and experiences in laboratory.
very nice...

Hi pnv emo-yeap.gif

Thanks for letting me know and thanks too for telling me about Crocodile Chemistry, I will see if I can get hold of a copy.

biggrin.gif


User's Signature



Please click on my dragon eggs and hatchlings to help them grow up! You can view my scroll to see all my dragons by clicking HERE.


Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

vesperala
post Jun 18 2008, 01:42 PM
Post #28


Miradoniz
Group Icon
**********

Group: *vesperala*
Posts: 37,092
Joined: 30-December 07
From: În castel de treci prin colonade...
Member No.: 1



I will begin with:

Hydrogen-hidrogen
Mercury - mercur
Oxygen - oxigen
Astatine- Astatiniu


look here
http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabelul_periodic_al_elementelor

mouse over to see their Romanian names

but even if we write very similar, these words are many times pronounced different... with different accent at least.

e.g. o-xi-gen is pronounced with accent on its last part.


User's Signature

O raclă mare-i lumea. Stelele-s cuie/Bătute-n ea şi soarele-i fereasta/La temniţa vieţii
Mihai Eminescu

Stelele-n cer, deasupra mărilor, ard depărtărilor, până ce pier...

Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

Chancellor
post Jun 18 2008, 02:40 PM
Post #29


LonelyStar
Group Icon
*****

Group: Stars
Posts: 1,618
Joined: 30-December 07
From: Liverpool, England
Member No.: 12



QUOTE (vesperala @ Jun 18 2008, 12:42 PM) *
look here
http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabelul_periodic_al_elementelor

mouse over to see their Romanian names

Hello there emo-yeap.gif

Thank you sooo much for looking this up for me...

emo-kissing.gif


User's Signature



Please click on my dragon eggs and hatchlings to help them grow up! You can view my scroll to see all my dragons by clicking HERE.


Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

vesperala
post Jun 23 2008, 12:28 PM
Post #30


Miradoniz
Group Icon
**********

Group: *vesperala*
Posts: 37,092
Joined: 30-December 07
From: În castel de treci prin colonade...
Member No.: 1



http://www.romanianlessons.com/


few lesson about basic Romanian language..smile.gif

Ask us if you need more explanations with what you see there


User's Signature

O raclă mare-i lumea. Stelele-s cuie/Bătute-n ea şi soarele-i fereasta/La temniţa vieţii
Mihai Eminescu

Stelele-n cer, deasupra mărilor, ard depărtărilor, până ce pier...

Go to the top of the page
PM
+ Quote Post

2 Pages V  < 1 2
Reply to this topicStart new topic
1 User(s) are reading this topic (1 Guests and 0 Anonymous Users)
0 Members:

 



RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 21st October 2018 - 02:05 PM
Arta si savoare www.iconcert.ro
 Vesperala Forum