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International Morse Code, Pig Latin, Deep Southern Bubba, and Esperanto.

So really just English, Bob?:D

LOL . . . No, Morse Code is a language. Unlike English, Morse Code is truly digital. So there! To be fair, Esperanto tried to become a language but it ain't doing all too well. I gave it up because who would I talk to?

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International Morse Code, Pig Latin, Deep Southern Bubba, and Esperanto.

So really just English, Bob?:D

LOL . . . No, Morse Code is a language. Unlike English, Morse Code is truly digital. So there! To be fair, Esperanto tried to become a language but it ain't doing all too well. I gave it up because who would I talk to?

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You are a trip! Too funny ~ you always make me laugh, Bob!
 

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so really just english, bob?:d

lol . . . No, morse code is a language. Unlike english, morse code is truly digital. So there! To be fair, esperanto tried to become a language but it ain't doing all too well. I gave it up because who would i talk to?

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bob

you are a trip! Too funny ~ you always make me laugh, bob!

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Bob Maxey said:
En multaj lokoj de Ĉinio estis temploj de drako-reĝo. Dum trosekeco oni preĝis en la temploj, ke la drako-reĝo donu pluvon al la homa mondo. Tiam drako estis simbolo de la supernatura estaĵo. Kaj pli poste, ĝi fariĝis prapatro de la plej altaj regantoj kaj simbolis la absolutan aŭtoritaton de feŭda imperiestro. La imperiestro pretendis, ke li estas filo de la drako. Ĉiuj liaj vivbezonaĵoj portis la nomon drako kaj estis ornamitaj per diversaj drakofiguroj. Nun ĉie en Ĉinio videblas drako-ornamentaĵoj, kaj cirkulas legendoj pri drakoj

I get a lot of gibberish I don't understand, and then something along the lines of " I love the cutting edge symbolism" followed by the odd word like is, the a etc. Either I'm really rusty or this is a new form of Spanish :) :)

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Serbian, English also as well ex Yugoslavia languages Bosnian and Croatian they are almost similar but not 100% and I can understand.
Macedonian, Bulgarian Russian Polish,

I hope that is more then enough :))))

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Bob Maxey said:
- .... .- -. -.- ... --..-- ... .-- . . - .-.-.- .. .... .- ...- . .- .-.. .-- .- -.-- ... .-- .- -. - . -.. - --- .-.. . .- .-. -. .- -.. .. ..-. ..-. . .-. . -. - .-.. .- -. --. ..- .- --. . --..-- -... ..- - - .... . .-. . .- .-. . ... --- -- .- -. -.-- - --- -.-. .... --- --- ... . ..-. .-. --- -- .-.-.- .--. . .-. .... .- .--. ... --. . .-. -- .- -. --- .-. . -. --. .-.. .. ... .... .-.-.-

LOL I'm sure there is an app for morse code, I've seen it :)

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Serbian, English also as well ex Yugoslavia languages Bosnian and Croatian they are almost similar but not 100% and I can understand.
Macedonian, Bulgarian Russian Polish,

I hope that is more then enough :))))

That is wonderful, Leo! Thanks for sharing. I love this thread! I've never even heard of some of those.:eek:
 

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With all this linguistic talent here, all members could converse in their mother tounge!

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En multaj lokoj de Ĉinio estis temploj de drako-reĝo. Dum trosekeco oni preĝis en la temploj, ke la drako-reĝo donu pluvon al la homa mondo. Tiam drako estis simbolo de la supernatura estaĵo. Kaj pli poste, ĝi fariĝis prapatro de la plej altaj regantoj kaj simbolis la absolutan aŭtoritaton de feŭda imperiestro. La imperiestro pretendis, ke li estas filo de la drako. Ĉiuj liaj vivbezonaĵoj portis la nomon drako kaj estis ornamitaj per diversaj drakofiguroj. Nun ĉie en Ĉinio videblas drako-ornamentaĵoj, kaj cirkulas legendoj pri drakoj

I get a lot of gibberish I don't understand, and then something along the lines of " I love the cutting edge symbolism" followed by the odd word like is, the a etc. Either I'm really rusty or this is a new form of Spanish :) :)

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Well, Wikipedia said it is Esperanto. To me, it sounds like two drunk cats playing banjos if the text could be listened to.
 
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We are every day learn something new :) it was Yugoslavia before war in that part of Europe and they separate in several republics SERBIA, CROATIA, MACEDONIA, SLOVENIA, MONTENEGRO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.

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Well, Wikipedia said it is Esperanto. To me, it sounds like two drunk cats playing banjos if the text could be listened to.

It is too, it's got a lot of Spanish roots in it :)

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American English, Korenglish and Spanglish . I understand many other languages but not enough of speaking them to be beyond the level of a tourist with translation book in hand

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French , English , Spanish . I can read Russian ( I wanted to read Dostojevski in the text when I was a kid but gave up..) and very basic Hebrew .שלום
 
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American English, Korenglish and Spanglish . I understand many other languages but not enough of speaking them to be beyond the level of a tourist with translation book in hand

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Very cool, Mark!


French , English , Spanish . I can read Russian ( I wanted to read Dostojevski in the text when I was a kid but gave up..) and very basic Hebrew .שלום

Wow ~ Impressive!

Language, Yoruba and Hausa.

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I have not heard of these!
 

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