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Learning foreign languages

Learning foreign languages

23 [douăzeci şi trei]

Învăţarea limbilor străine

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Where did you learn Spanish? Und---ţi -nv--at-s--n-o-a? Unde aţi învăţat spaniola? U-d- a-i î-v-ţ-t s-a-i-l-? -------------------------- Unde aţi învăţat spaniola? 0
Can you also speak Portuguese? Ş-iţ--ş-----t-gh-za? Ştiţi şi portugheza? Ş-i-i ş- p-r-u-h-z-? -------------------- Ştiţi şi portugheza? 0
Yes, and I also speak some Italian. Da, -i ------- ---a -ta--an-. Da, şi ştiu şi ceva italiană. D-, ş- ş-i- ş- c-v- i-a-i-n-. ----------------------------- Da, şi ştiu şi ceva italiană. 0
I think you speak very well. M--se--a-e-că-vo--i----o-r-- ----. Mi se pare că vorbiţi foarte bine. M- s- p-r- c- v-r-i-i f-a-t- b-n-. ---------------------------------- Mi se pare că vorbiţi foarte bine. 0
The languages are quite similar. L--bil--s-n--fo--t- a--mă-ă-oar-. Limbile sunt foarte asemănătoare. L-m-i-e s-n- f-a-t- a-e-ă-ă-o-r-. --------------------------------- Limbile sunt foarte asemănătoare. 0
I can understand them well. L- -ot-în----ge---n-. Le pot înţelege bine. L- p-t î-ţ-l-g- b-n-. --------------------- Le pot înţelege bine. 0
But speaking and writing is difficult. D--------r----- -ă --rb---i est- fo------reu. Dar să scrii şi să vorbeşti este foarte greu. D-r s- s-r-i ş- s- v-r-e-t- e-t- f-a-t- g-e-. --------------------------------------------- Dar să scrii şi să vorbeşti este foarte greu. 0
I still make many mistakes. Î-c---ai fac-----e gr--eli. Încă mai fac multe greşeli. Î-c- m-i f-c m-l-e g-e-e-i- --------------------------- Încă mai fac multe greşeli. 0
Please correct me each time. V- -o---ă--- --re----i------d---n-. Vă rog să mă corectaţi întotdeauna. V- r-g s- m- c-r-c-a-i î-t-t-e-u-a- ----------------------------------- Vă rog să mă corectaţi întotdeauna. 0
Your pronunciation is very good. Pr--u-ţia ----e-vo------e-te --arte bună. Pronunţia dumneavoastră este foarte bună. P-o-u-ţ-a d-m-e-v-a-t-ă e-t- f-a-t- b-n-. ----------------------------------------- Pronunţia dumneavoastră este foarte bună. 0
You only have a slight accent. Av-ţi-un---c---c---. Aveţi un mic accent. A-e-i u- m-c a-c-n-. -------------------- Aveţi un mic accent. 0
One can tell where you come from. S- c-noa-te d---nde--r-v-n---. Se cunoaşte de unde proveniţi. S- c-n-a-t- d- u-d- p-o-e-i-i- ------------------------------ Se cunoaşte de unde proveniţi. 0
What is your mother tongue / native language (am.)? C-r--e----l--b--d-mnea-o--t-ă -atern-? Care este limba dumneavoastră maternă? C-r- e-t- l-m-a d-m-e-v-a-t-ă m-t-r-ă- -------------------------------------- Care este limba dumneavoastră maternă? 0
Are you taking a language course? Fa---i----c--- d- l-mb-? Faceţi un curs de limbi? F-c-ţ- u- c-r- d- l-m-i- ------------------------ Faceţi un curs de limbi? 0
Which textbook are you using? Ce-i--tr--ent-de--nvă-------il-z-ţi? Ce instrument de învăţare utilizaţi? C- i-s-r-m-n- d- î-v-ţ-r- u-i-i-a-i- ------------------------------------ Ce instrument de învăţare utilizaţi? 0
I don’t remember the name right now. În----s---omen---u-ş-iu --m -- nume---. În acest moment nu ştiu cum se numeşte. Î- a-e-t m-m-n- n- ş-i- c-m s- n-m-ş-e- --------------------------------------- În acest moment nu ştiu cum se numeşte. 0
The title is not coming to me. Nu îm- a--nt--c-t-tl--. Nu îmi amintesc titlul. N- î-i a-i-t-s- t-t-u-. ----------------------- Nu îmi amintesc titlul. 0
I’ve forgotten it. Asta--m--itat. Asta am uitat. A-t- a- u-t-t- -------------- Asta am uitat. 0

Germanic Languages

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