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Started by #328929 at 15,Oct,13 08:47
what language (or languages) do you speak? I know it may seem like a strange subject for this site but think about it, it's not. so many men and women from all over the world visit here and language barriers keep everyone from being able to talk to everyone. as for me I speak English and I'm learning Japanese.



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By wycowboy at 25,Oct,23 16:20 other posts of wycowboy 
English, and a little Cheyenne
By leopoldij at 29,Oct,23 04:41 other posts of leopoldij 
How come you speak Cheyenne? Are you native American?
By wycowboy at 30,Oct,23 15:37 other posts of wycowboy 
I am part Blackfoot but don't live in that area and don't speak any. I live near the Northern Cheyenne reservation, which is in Montana, but I live in north Wyoming. I sold auto parts here and a lot of the natives from the reservations (Cheyenne and Crow) would come in and look for me as I treated them with respect. Because of that I learned a little Cheyenne. Crow is really hard, I never really learned any.
By leopoldij at 30,Oct,23 17:42 other posts of leopoldij 
That's so nice dude.
Good for you.
I applaud your decision to learn that language because languages must survive. The Europeans fucked up the world but you and other people like you are there to prove that diversity in humanity won't die.
I'm European myself but I'm really really happy for your efforts.
Thank you.
By wycowboy at 31,Oct,23 22:20 other posts of wycowboy 
I took German in middle school. I've forgotten almost all of it though. It's been since 1978,






By SLUT! at 29,Oct,23 12:40 other posts of SLUT! 
I speak 👉👌, like it says on my profile page.
By #681164 at 29,Oct,23 14:41
🤣🤣👍



By leopoldij at 24,Oct,23 17:21 other posts of leopoldij 
I speak sex language


By gradurgaur at 08,Nov,14 00:49 other posts of gradurgaur 
Icelandic,English litle bit of Danish

Нslensku Ensku og smб н Dцnsku....


By #358797 at 15,Oct,13 20:35
English, French, and a little bit of Norwegian. Lol. I know basic sign language as well.
By leopoldij at 04,Nov,14 20:58 other posts of leopoldij 
Norwegian? Are You serious?
By #358797 at 05,Nov,14 05:37
Ja, norske. Jeg er bitte litt rusten skjшnt.
By Emerald at 06,Nov,14 19:20 other posts of Emerald 
Nei, sе gшy! Det visste jeg ikke.

Denne typen rust trenger ikke е sandblеses; den kan derimot fjernes med litt шvelse. En kos og et kjжrtegn nеr du gjшr det riktig, og kanskje et lett dask pе stumpen hvis du skriver feil?

That wasn't difficult, was it? No doubt everyone here understood perfectly. If not, I can always repeat it, just a bit louder.
By #358797 at 07,Nov,14 00:35
Jeg setter pris pе en fin smellkyss pе bak.
By leopoldij at 07,Nov,14 01:26 other posts of leopoldij 
I can do that for you too!!!







By #428387 at 11,Jan,14 00:35
English language .Foul language .And the language of love.I know a few french letters can cum in handy now and again.
By #23212 at 15,Jan,14 01:51
й й з з
(French letters. )



By #68656 at 11,Jan,14 07:33
Like many of my peers I speak "Strine" which is an interesting dialect of the English language spoken in parts of Oz.
By #428387 at 12,Jan,14 17:50
John I have just Googled your language and how cool it is .it is so funny yet so innovative . avagoodweegend. John
--------------------------------------- added after 37 minutes

You gotta see this . strine.org.uk/Dict.html
By #68656 at 12,Jan,14 18:03
AUSSIE SLANG
MEANING IN PLAIN ENGLISH
HOW THE AUSSIES USE IT...

"avago"
Have a go
"Avago, ya mug" (Have a go, you mug)

"barbie"
Barbecue
"Throw a yabbie on the barbie"

"ankle biter"
young ****
"She has an ankle biter to feed"

"banana bender"
Queenslander...because they grow lots of bananas in Queensland
"He's a banana bender"

"battler"
One who struggles for a living
"What a tough battler!"

"beaut"
beautiful
"That's a beaut...!"

"billy"
Tin container used for boiling water to make tea
"Can you pass the billy?"

"billabong"
Waterhole in semi-dry river
"And his ghost may be seen roaming at the billabong" (from "Waltzing Matilda)

"bickie"
biscuit
"Let's have a bickie..!"

"bloke"
Man, used like "guy" in the US
"That bloke...!"

"blowie"
Pesky Australian blow fly
"There's a loadful of blowies out today"

"bludger"
scrounger
"You dole bludger" is one who lives off social security payouts

"BYO"
Bring Your Own drink to a restaurant
"It's a BYO only"

"Bonzer"
Terrific
"That's a bonzer ...!"

"Bottle Shop"
Liquor shop
"Let's drop by the Bottle Shop"

"Bull dust"
Bullshit
"What a load of bull dust...!"

"Bunyip"
The Australian equivalent to the mythical "Yeti/Bigfoot". Lives in a billabong.
"Bunyip, Bunyip, Bunyip...!" (if you ever see one)

"bush"
The countryside
"Let's go to the bush..."

"bushranger"
Outlaw, highwayman
"Ned Kelley - the bushranger"

"cask"
Boxed bag of cheap wine
"Let's get a cask at the bottle shop"

"chook"
Chicken
"There's a chook in the fridge"

"chunder"
To vomit
"I feel as I'm going to chunder"

"crooked"
Sick
"I'm feeling real crooked..."

"Crissie"
Christmas
"Where will you be, this Crissie?"

"dag/daggy"
Mild term for fool or unfashionable person
"What a dag..."

"daks"
trousers
"Where's my pair of daks?"

"Digger"
Australian soldier, or any old male character
"He was a digger... in WW2"

"dinkie die"
The truth
"That's dinkie die, I swear..."

"dingo"
Australian native wild dog
"He's as wild as a dingo..."

"dinkum"
Genuine or honest
"That's real fair dinkum..."

"dunny"
Toilet
"Excuse me, where's the dunny?"

"esky"
Cooler
"Let's bring an Esky to the picnic"

"footy"
Australian football
"Let's go to the footy this weekend..."

"garbo"
Garbage collector
"The garbo will take it away..."

"good on ya"
Well done or "Good for you" in the US
"Great job...good on ya"

"greenie"
A conservationist
"He's a greenie..."

"grog"
Alcoholic drink
"He's had too much grog..."

"Kiwi"
A New Zealander"
"He's a Kiwi..."

"knackered"
Tired
"I'm really knackered today...!"

"mate"
Friend (does not mean spouse"
"G'day, mate"

"milk bar"
Small general store
"Go get some bickies at the milk bar"

"mozzie"
Mosquito
"Bloody mozzies...!"

"ocker"
Australian male of crude manners
"He's a real ocker of a bloke"

"oodles"
Plenty
"Oodles of noodles..."

"Pom/Pommie"
English person
"He's a Pommie"

"Pissed"
Drunk (not angry, as in American)
"I think he's totally pissed, now"

"poof/poofter"
Male homosexual (derogatory)
"What a poofter..."

"ratbag"
Trouble maker
"He's a real ratbag..."

"Sheila"
Female (derogatory)
"Where's your Sheila?"

"sickie"
Sick day off work
"I'm taking a sickie..."

"she'll be right"
It will all be o.k
"She'll be right, mate...!"

"stingers"
Jellyfish
"Beware of stingers...!"

"stubby"
Small bottle of beer
"Let's have a stubby first, shall we?"

"stunned Mullet"
Someone who looks shocked
"He's looking like a stunned Mullet"

"tall poppies"
High achievers
"The tall poppies should pay more taxes..."

"Tassie"
Tasmania
"Let's go holiday in Tassie..."

"trap"
Mouth
"Shut your trap...!"

"tucker"
Food
"Let's dig into the tucker..."

"uni"
University
"He studied at a uni..."

"ute"
"Utility" truck - a pickup truck
"I drive an ute..."

"Vegemite"
Brown yeast sandwich spread which Australians grow up on, but is regarded by most foreigners as "semi-toxic".
"I'll have a Vegemite sandwich, thanks..."

"whinge"
Complain
"What a whingeing Pom..."

"wog"
Someone who comes from the Mediterranean countries (derogatory)
"He's a wog"

"wowser"
Killjoy, prude
"Don't be such a wowser...!"

"yack"
To talk
"Can you stop yack-ing?"

"yonks"
A long time
"It's been yonks that I've seen him"

"yabbie"
An Australian shrimp-like sized lobster with claws
"Let's throw a yabbie on the barbie."
By #428387 at 12,Jan,14 18:35
Just put up that great OZ national anthem in the Great songs/Great lyrics forum.
By #23212 at 14,Jan,14 06:46
Thanks, 'poolboy_' for posting the lyrics.

While you are most definitely not alone, 'pb', in believing that 'Waltzing Matilda' is the OZ National Anthem; and possibly many more wish it were, 'Advance Australia Fair' is the National Anthem there .

Here's one of my favourite versions of 'W M':
www. youtube. com/watch?v=INdjRCNcZj0
By #428387 at 14,Jan,14 13:06
Please listen to the song. Liam Clancy - Band Played Waltzing Matilda Very moving .About the Anzacs and the horrors of war.
By #23212 at 15,Jan,14 01:33
I just listened to it--yes, moving. Maybe it can keep more young men and women from marching off ...

Songwriter: LIGHTFOOT, GORDON
The songs of the wars are as old as the hills
They cling like the rust on the cold steel that kills
They tell of the boys who went down to the tracks
In a patriotic manner with the cold steel on their backs

The patriot's dream is as old as the sky
It lives in the lust of a cold callous lie
Let's drink to the men who got caught by the chill
Of the patriotic fever and the cold steel that kills
....








By #447737 at 14,Jan,14 14:36
German, English and learning to speak Spanish.


By #269409 at 12,Jan,14 08:21
I speak гfrikaans it's the youngest language in the world


By #124665 at 11,Jan,14 10:17
I speak as little as possible


By #204902 at 15,Oct,13 16:29
German, English and a bit French


By smplcsms at 15,Oct,13 13:14 other posts of smplcsms 
English, Afrikaans, Dutch, French


By #166058 at 15,Oct,13 10:00
English Welsh and a bit of French and German. I'dllove to learn Italianthough





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