My older sister posted this on her blog. It says "I love you" in 12 languages.
Let's see if we can figure out what they are... 1. Kuv hlub koj. - Hmong 2. S'agapo. - Greek 3. Negligevapse. - Inuit 4. Take a wild guess! :) 5. Szeretlek. - Hungarian 6. Te amo. - Spanish 7. Jeg elsker dig. - Danish 8. Je t'aime. - French 9. Mo ni fe. - Yoruba 10. Yes kez sirumen. - Armenian 11. Ne mohotatse. - Cheyenne 12. Wo ai ni. - Mandarin If I were to make my own, not using the above languages or languages I'm learning, I think I would include (thanks to Omniglot)... 1. Basque - Maite zaitut. 2. Turkish - Seni seviyorum. 3. Greenlandic - Asavakkit. 4. Swahili - Ninakupenda. 5. Guaraní - Rojhayhû. 6. German - Ich liebe dich. 7. Vietnamese - Em yêu anh. 8. Catalan - T'estimo. 9. Korean - Sarang hae. 10. Sioux - Techihhila. 11. Albanian - Të dua. 12. Elmer Fuddish - I wuv you. ;) What languages would you use? It's kind of fun deciding.
These are languages I'm dropping, because I will never get used to the whole pitch accent thing... >Estonian >Latvian >Lithuanian >Norwegian Gotta downsize. It's the only answer to my obsession. :D I'm planning on setting up a way to purchase the books I have thru PayPal. Prices will be reasonable. Most of the books I have were purchased used to begin with. My hope and plan is to get that setup by Wednesday, so stay tuned if interested.
Last post, I said I was going to drop some languages. I can never bring myself to actually do it, but the ones I'm considering (off the top of my head) are... CzechHungarianLatvianNorwegianRomanian (One of my earliest, so I may keep this one.)SlovenianUkrainianI'm at least going to do the courses I have for each of these and from there, see if I want to continue. My definite keepers are... BulgarianCroatian/SerbianDutchEstonianGreek (modern)LithuanianPolishPortugueseSpanishBut who knows, maybe I'll find myself phasing out a couple of these too and really just focus hard on five or six. My can't decide either way... RussianI'm becoming a jill of all trades and a master of none. I want to stop "collecting" languages and actually learn them. :)