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>want to practice my pronunciation
>no Vocaroo thread
Lads...

Here's one from a book I got to get us started:

>Mein Vater sagt, die Deutschen spielen gut Fußball. Aber mein Vater spielt nicht Fußball. Er schaut Sport nur im Fernsehen. Mein Onkel sagt, die Deutschen trinken viel Bier. Aber er trinkt auch viel Bier. Was ist deutsch und was ist normal? Ich weiß es nicht.
>Ich bin Dino. Ich komme aus Sizilien. Seit einem Monat wohne ich in Berlin. Das Wetter ist schlecht hier. Es regnet oft und es ist kalt. Ich vermisse die Sonne und das Meer. Aber es gibt Arbeit hier, sagen die Statistiken. Ich habe noch keine Arbeit gefunden, aber ich habe nicht wirklich gesucht. Zuerst muss ich Deutsch lernen. Und das ist gar nicht so einfach.
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>>53586917
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0YH8U0nRttv

R8 and h8, Bernd.
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>>53587197
You sound Swiss uezs.
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>>53587197
Also "st-" and "sp-" at the beginning of words are pronounced "scht-" and "schp-" respectively.
Otherwise it's pretty much flawless.
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>>53586917
But where's the obligatory english ?
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Someone post some Finnish.
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>>53587514
Heh, my German lecturer was Swiss. Might have something to do with it.

>>53587592
Damn, I knew that but it must have slipped my mind when I was reciting it. Thanks for the r8!
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>>53587637
Coming right up.
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Here's some obligatory English for anyone that wants to practice pronunciation:

>Didn't know what time it was and the lights were low
>I leaned back on my radio
>Some cat was layin' down some rock 'n' roll 'lotta soul,
>he said

>Then the loud sound did seem to fade
>Came back like a slow voice on a wave of phase
>That weren't no D.J. that was hazy cosmic jive

>There's a starman waiting in the sky
>He'd like to come and meet us
>But he thinks he'd blow our minds
>There's a starman waiting in the sky
>He's told us not to blow it
>Cause he knows it's all worthwhile
>He told me:
>Let the children lose it
>Let the children use it
>Let all the children boogie

[spoiler]Extra marks for anyone who sings it[/spoiler]
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>>53588092
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0eZLtaF4rzs
I can't sing atm, sorry
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>>53588339
Sounds good! And not much of an accent either.
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>>53588928
Thanks !
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>>53588092
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0hubGDLJaT9
>>53586917
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0Zw7yowU4Xr

Please r8
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>>53589419
English sounded good other than the one part you corrected yourself at!

The only issue I heard from the German was where you said "es" instead of "er". Sounded alright to me otherwise though!
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>>53588092
>>53588092
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1UTtVg3Ptj6

only recorded once so I stumbled a bit

mic also made my voice sound higher pitched for some reason
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>>53590308
Thanks anon, I enjoyed that.
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>>53590308
Yaaaaaassssss.
You've got a good accent for it too.
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Gave this a try as a bump.
http://www.liberation.fr/france/2015/07/13/une-casserole-de-moins-en-vue-pour-sarkozy_1347390

Sorry in advance kek
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0JCCxApIvvb
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Post Slavic languages
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>>53592365
That was pretty good, the only thing that was kinda painful to hear are all these s that you pronounced, 99% of the time when there's a S at the end of a word it is a silent letter, and you pronounced most of them kek
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http://vocaroo.com/i/s1AjXMaKumPs

I've never learned German, so don't bully please
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>>53592365
>>53592599
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0rJi8u5oZ4C

I learned French a little, but it's been a while
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Some classic Latin American poetry:

"EL PERUANO: DURANTE SU NIÑEZ... ES OBLIGADO A ORDEÑAR
CABRAS..VACAS... LIMPIAR ESTABLOS
``EL PERUANO ``SIEMBRA`` PAPAS. CEBOLLAS`` Y HACE TRABAJOS
AGRARIOS!!..el peruANO NO SE BAÑA , NO ESTUDIA ,
NO VA A LA ESCUELA , AL COLEGIO NO VA A LA UNIVERSIDAD ES UN SER IGNORATE TORPE,
CERRADO , BRUTO , ESTUPIDO , SOEZ , REPUGNANTE

-QUE ES PERUANO EN ``LATÌN ???

*``INDIUS HEDIONDUS MONUS``

¿ COMO RECONOCER A UN PeruANO ES LA COSA MÁS FACIL, AQUI CITAMOS SUS PRINCIPALES CARACTERISTICAS:

0- SON FEOS, HORRIBLES, ABYECTOS, INSIGNIFICANTES...HEDIONDOS
1- SON MARRONES, COLOR CACA, TIRANDO PARA COBRIZOS, PARECEN MOJONES
2- SON ENANOS, 1M50 A 1M60, PARECEN DUENDES ANDINOS
3- SON PATAS CORTAS O PATA CHUECA , VERDADEROS ENGENDROS DE LA NATURALEZA
4- NO TIENEN CULO, NI HOMBRES NI MUJERES
5- NO TIENEN CUELLO, PARECEN GUSANOS CON LODO
6- TIENEN LA TREMENDA NARIZ, DE CONDOR, O TUCAN
7- SON OREJONES, YA LOS ESPAÑOLES LOS LLAMABAN ASI
8- SON ACHINADOS Y NO TIENEN PÁRPADOS
9- TIENEN POMULOS SALIENTES
10- TIENEN LA CARA REDONDA E HINCHADA , ESTOS CARA DE GUANACO"
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>>53594514
>http://vocaroo.com/i/s0rJi8u5oZ4C
That's not too bad
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>>53586917
someone post russian
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>>53595185
Maybe if no one does it I'll go and find some Russian myself. We won't have anyone to r8 it though.
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>>53594732
http://vocaroo.com/i/s02zp4DlLOLu
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Gimme anything to read please
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>>53595226
just use some yandex and translate some memes
and post em in /rus/
хвaлa Teнгpи, чтoбы быть чecтным
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>>53595379
Maria uwatá ara pukusawa tawa rapé-itá rupi. São Gabriel mayri turusu uyku waá Paranãwasu rembiwa upé. I garapá upé aykwé siía igara turusu usému waá tendawa-itá kiti uyku waá paranã rembiwa upé. Siía mira upurungitá nheengatu ape. Aykwé mira-itá upurungitá waá amu nheenga-itá São Gabriel upé: Baniwa, Tukano, Desana, Yanomámi.
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>>53595508
I'll just find some news article
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Bumping with OP's german
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1kAajpioqFY
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>>53595580
that also works
thing about russian is i can understand the letters, but put em together and its like 1st class all over again (although i was the best reader in class)
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>>53595519
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1nXAMMRvxXP
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>>53595356
8.8/10

Nice intonation too.
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>>53595753
CHI
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>>53594732
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0XuhxtBa7el
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>>53595885
Breddy gud desu.

If you spoke a little faster, I'd think you were a native.
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>>53595663
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0HI7SThzQYv
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1GVtVEjRmLp
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>>53596158
Nice, thanks ! I think I could speak faster but I don't practice spanish that much so it's a bit rusty
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>>53596167
Oh fug, I didn't know there was an official language in Brasil before portuguese, no offense.
And well, without the 200M portuguese speakers from Brasil, yeah /luso/ would be quite empty kek
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>>53595661
Sorry for taking so long, I was doing something in another thread

Let's try this:

«Mы oткaзaлиcь oт yкpaинcкoй элeктpoэнepгии oкoнчaтeльнo и бecпoвopoтнo, oнa нaм нe нyжнa, мы нa нee никoгдa и нe paccчитывaли. B пocлeднee вpeмя мы вooбщe ee нe включaли в oбщyю энepгeтичecкyю cхeмy пoлyocтpoвa», — cкaзaл Шepeмeт.

Пo eгo cлoвaм, Кpым в cocтoянии пoкpыть пoтpeбнocти в энepгeтикe зa cчeт нapaщивaния coбcтвeннoй гeнepaции и пocтaвoк из Кpacнoдapcкoгo кpaя чepeз энepгoмocт.

«Mы нe oтнocимcя cepьeзнo к yкpaинcкoй влacти, пoтoмy чтo ни oдин дoгoвop пpaктичecки ни paзy ими нe был выдepжaн дo кoнцa», — cкaзaл Шepeмeт.
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>>53596311
Lel most brazilians don't know that, and i'm one of the few autsits that actually bothered to learn the phonetics of a dead language
/luso/ would probably have just portuguese and angolans. /tupi/ or /pindorama/ would be very interesting tho

>>53596440
Are you the chicano?
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>>53596440
Here is some more, if you want:

Paнee пpeзидeнт Укpaины Пeтp Пopoшeнкo зaявил, чтo Киeв гoтoв пoдпиcaть дoгoвop o пocтaвкaх элeктpoэнepгии в Кpым пpи ycлoвии, чтo пoлyocтpoв в дoгoвope бyдeт знaчитьcя кaк чacть Укpaины.

Пpи этoм, coглacнo coцoпpoca пpoвeдeннoгo BЦИOM, 93,1% oпpoшeнных кpымчaн нe coглacилиcь нa кoнтpaкт c Киeвoм пo пocтaвкaм элeктpoэнepгии c фopмyлиpoвкoй o пpинaдлeжнocти peгиoнa Укpaинe.

Пo cлoвaм пpoкypopa Кpымa Haтaльи Пoклoнcкoй, yщepб Кpымy oт пoдpывa ЛЭП пpeвыcил 360 млн pyблeй.

Кaк cooбщил 10 янвapя глaвa Кpымa Cepгeй Aкceнoв, ceйчac дeфицит элeктpoэнepгии в Кpымy cocтaвляeт 30-35%. Пo eгo cлoвaм, влacти Кpымa в peжимe чpeзвычaйнoй cитyaции cпpaвляютcя нa «хopoшo», нo нe нa «oтличнo».

кaбpя вeчepoм был пpepвaн пepeтoк элeктpoэнepгии в Кpым из Укpaины пo BЭЛ 220 кB Кaхoвкa-Tитaн

B нaчaлe дeкaбpя был зaпyщeн энepгoмocт c мaтepикoвoй Poccии в Кpым, в peзyльтaтe чeгo энepгocиcтeмa pecпyблики пoдключилacь к oбщepoccийcкoй. Bвoд 15 дeкaбpя втopoй нитки yвeличил eгo мoщнocть дo 400 MBт. Eщe двe нитки энepгoмocтa cyммapнo тaкoй жe мoщнocти плaниpyeтcя cдaть вecнoй, чтo пoзвoлит cдeлaть Кpым нeзaвиcимым oт yкpaинcкoй элeктpoэнepгии.

30 дeкaбpя вeчepoм был пpepвaн пepeтoк элeктpoэнepгии в Кpым из Укpaины пo BЭЛ 220 кB Кaхoвкa-Tитaн. Пocлe этoгo Ceвacтoпoль внoвь ввeл гpaфик вeepных oтключeний cвeтa. B «Укpэнepгo» cнaчaлa зaявили, чтo линия элeктpoпepeдaчи «Кaхoвкa-Tитaн» oтключeнa в peзyльтaтe cpaбaтывaния cиcтeмы peлeйнoй зaщиты. Зaтeм тaм cкaзaли, чтo oпopa ЛЭП «Кaхoвкa-Tитaн» pyхнyлa пo нeизвecтным пpичинaм.

Дo этoгo 22 нoябpя yкpaинcкиe экcтpeмиcты пpи пoпycтитeльcтвe влacтeй ycтpoили энepгoблoкaдy Кpымa, взopвaв oпopы линий элeктpoпepeдaчи, пoдaющих элeктpичecтвo нa пoлyocтpoв. Кpым нa пoлтopы нeдeли ocтaлcя бeз cвeтa.
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>>53596485
no
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>>53596485
I am the chicano
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>>53596485
Nah it's not autistic, learning ancient languages is pretty cool. I'd love to learn gaulish just to be a special snowflake but they didn't write, so we don't have any trace of it but a few things written in greek. Such a shame.
Are there any angolan posters on /int/ ? Except from Maghreb and South Africa I never see any african poster
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>>53596559
Oh, it's that there's an american guy speaking spanish in another thread and he said he has russian parents and speaks russian

>>53596604
Hmm, but are you THE chicano?
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>>53596625
>I'd love to learn gaulish just to be a special snowflake but they didn't write, so we don't have any trace of it but a few things written in greek. Such a shame.
pic related

There's also no texts written in Tupi in the internet (at least i haven't found any), but there's a government website with an apparently complete course to learn Tupi. I didn't learn the language seriously tho, i just know how to read stuff out loud and some basic grammar

>Are there any angolan posters on /int/ ?
Yeah there are some, but not many. There was even one studying abroad in Belgium who made an Ask me anything thread a couple of weeks ago
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>>53596440
>>53596501
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1Y5MA9Y8gq7
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>>53596978
>pic related
No really without some proper structures to learn it it would be almost impossible. The traces we have left are things like pic related, which translates to this in latin alphabet (it sounds badass as fuck imo) :

Segomaros Ouïlloneos tooutious namaüsatis eïōrou Bēlē sami sosin nemēton.

In english :
Segomaros, son of Uillo toutious (tribe's leader) dedicates this sanctuar to Belisama.
>There's also no texts written in Tupi in the internet (at least i haven't found any)
Can't you find some online archives of documents from that periode maybe ? Since it had an official form maybe it is possible. You should try to take a loo at that course as well, might be interesting !
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could someone post some spanish or german text please?
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>>53597288
Damn, that's hard. I find it sad how some languages end up getting lost with time.
I may be speaking bullshit, but don't the people in Britanny speak a celtic language? Isn't it similar to Gaulish?

>Can't you find some online archives of documents from that periode maybe ?
Actually Tupi was basically only a spoken language, people used it to speak with one another in their daily lives but when they had to write documents and such they had to write in Portuguese (we were still a colony). There are veeeery few texts in Tupi on the internet, but there may be some that are preserved in museums, institutes and universities. I intend to study linguistics once i get into college so maybe i'll get my hands on a few texts and post them on the internet

>>53597556
Auf der Heide blüht ein kleines Blümelein
und das heißt: Erika.
Heiß von hunderttausend kleinen Bienelein
wird umschwärmt Erika
denn ihr Herz ist voller Süßigkeit,
zarter Duft entströmt dem Blütenkleid.
Auf der Heide blüht ein kleines Blümelein
und das heißt: Erika.
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>>53597785
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0X5flX6eLqe
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>>53597785
>I may be speaking bullshit, but don't the people in Britanny speak a celtic language? Isn't it similar to Gaulish?
Haha, guess where I am from ? :^)
Breton isn't related to gaulish at all in fact. It comes from what's England today. It is very similar to cornish, it's a briton language. The bretons arrived in Brittany in the 6th century, and by that time gaulish was already dead and had been replaced by vulgar latin. RIP in peace gaulish ;_;7
>There are veeeery few texts in Tupi on the internet, but there may be some that are preserved in museums, institutes and universities
Where did you learn Tupi ? I think it'd be the place to look for texts to practice, and for other speakers eventually.
> I intend to study linguistics once i get into college so maybe i'll get my hands on a few texts and post them on the internet
Definitly ! As you said it's a rare language with few ressources, so if you have the occasion to, you should definitly share it (and who knows, maybe even revive it a bit !). If it is a language that you apreciate, DO IT
JUST
DO IT
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>>53586917
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0TpOo14urDi

I have no idea what I'm saying.
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>>53597785
http://vocaroo.com/i/s076nz7figdu
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>>53598131
>Haha, guess where I am from ? :^)
o fugg :DDD
>The bretons arrived in Brittany in the 6th century, and by that time gaulish was already dead and had been replaced by vulgar latin. RIP in peace gaulish ;_;7
Well, it really seems to be a completely dead language with no way of reviving it then. What a shame
>Where did you learn Tupi ? I think it'd be the place to look for texts to practice, and for other speakers eventually.
http://tupi.fflch.usp.br/sites/tupi.fflch.usp.br/files/CURSO%20DE%20L%C3%8DNGUA%20GERAL%20(NHEENGATU)%20-%20quatro%20li%C3%A7%C3%B5es_0.pdf
It's made by the University of São Paulo. It's the only reliable source of Tupi i have yet found.
To be honest in don't have that much interest in learning how to properly speak Tupi right now, i'm trying to concentrate on French and German, and later i intend to learn Spanish, Italian and maybe Latin, so it's not really in my plans.

>>53598127
My German isn't fluent so i can't really rate you, but everything sounded properly imho
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZDJUTYDiq8

>>53598548
Lel what's up with those "R"s?
Also, the way you sing it is very soothing Tbh
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>>53588092
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1Tllwd8TVGs
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http://vocaroo.com/i/s1fB8YKzY1S2
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>>53592365
>http://www.liberation.fr/france/2015/07/13/une-casserole-de-moins-en-vue-pour-sarkozy_1347390
Gave it a try as well.
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1UxSkbOy5Zb
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>>53586917
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1bDIiiQbFNL

>>53588092
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1luzjykf6dK

>>53594732
gave up halfway 2bh
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1u0X4tIHPrv
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>>53598683
Eh, I don't know, I felt it'd sound a little more traditional.
And thank you.
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>>53599201
last one is
>>53592365
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Have a go at some throat rasping

>Vliegtuigstrepen verdwijnen vaak snel, maar zij kunnen ook lange tijd zichtbaar blijven. Het worden brede wolken of zelfs 'sluierbewolking' of 'hoge bewolking' die de hele hemel bedekt. Men hoort er nooit over en niemand let er op. Vliegen is bovendien erg populair bij publiek, politiek én bedrijfsleven. Wie heeft het dan nog over schadelijkheid? Toch kan het gaan om een zorgwekkende ontwikkeling.

>Omdat steeds meer mensen steeds vaker en verder gaan vliegen, neemt luchtvaartbewolking sterk toe. Dit gebeurt echter heel geleidelijk. Luchtvaartbewolking is bovendien meestal niet van natuurlijke bewolking te onderscheiden. Daarom krijgt deze ontwikkeling weinig aandacht.

>Vliegtuigstrepen heten in vakkringen contrails. Dit is een samenvoeging van de Engelse woorden condensation (het condenseren van water in gasvorm tot vloeibare of vaste (bevroren) vorm en trails (sporen). Deze dunne en lange wolken zijn nog te herkennen als een product van luchtvaart. Zij ontstaan op de hoogte waar vliegtuigen meestal vliegen, tussen de 9 en 11 kilometer boven het aardoppervlak. Over contrails is op het internet veel te vinden, o.a. op de website van dr Peter van Velthoven van het KNMI en op die van de Deense astronoom Holger Pedersen.
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>>53594732
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0Z6zotqLYgi
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>>53596485
God, if we spoke this goddamn language we would be like the Chinese of America.
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>>53592365
Meh, why not
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1nn1TlFHqMs
Please r8 frenchies. I tried reading somewhat fast because it's a big text, so there may be quite a few mistakes
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>>53599677
I know, wouldn't that be great?
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>>53599371
I can barely do German, this is some advanced stuff
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1cKT8YkxYbK
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>>53599840
Not really. It would make cultural exchange way harder, globally speaking.

Having a romance language gives us a lot in common with French, English (Because of French) and Spanish.

It also has a good range of phonemes and regular vowels, so learning stuff like spoken Japanese is easy as pie.

Not even Afrikaans is as useless as tupi would be.
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>>53588092
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1RbR8X9AgbV
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>>53599869
not too bad really
sound kinda jewish
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>>53600038
I think having both Tupi and Portuguese as we had before would be really good for us. It would make our national identity MUCH stronger by having our own unique language, and still mantain the ties we have with other Portuguese-speaking countries. I don't think we should speak ONLY Tupi or ONLY Portuguese, but instead i think we should have been a bilingual country.
It wouldn't be a bad thing at all to speak both languages. In fact, here in the region i live in, people usually speak German and Pomeranian with their family and friends all the time, and still use Portuguese when they go to school or when they have to do something with the government. We already have parts of Brazil that are bilingual so i see no reason as to why being monolingual would be a better choice.
Besides, the only reason Marquês de Pombal forced us to speak Portuguese is so Portugal could have more influence in Brazil and control stuff here more easily, we have been linguistically c ucked.
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>>53599371
I'm sorry
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1tLtWtvAIgW
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>>53597785

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0yzHSiP0fJN

Guten Abend
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>>53601264
Glorious

SIEG HEIL
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>>53600669
I'm Polish, but I'm Catholic, I swear
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>>53600907
Well, in light of a bilingual proposal, I must agree it'd be cool! No need for cuck memes.

By the way, I saw you posting Pasquale, are you from 55 as well? I invite you to participate in their new /lang/ board, things are kinda stale around there.
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>>53597014
Your sounds are pretty good and clear, but pauses between words are too long, and there are some misplaced stresses
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>>53601764
>are you from 55 as well?
Nope.
I have the impression that the only board still alive in 55chan is /b/, and all the others have an incredibly low post frequency.
And i like to talk to gringos on the internet, i can already talk to brazilians irl
>I invite you to participate in their new /lang/ board, things are kinda stale around there.
I'll take a look, seems interesting enough
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>>53586917
I've been reading this series and desu it's pretty fun and easy to learn from.
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>>53602180
Where is that text from?
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>>53601446

Mhhm ja
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>>53602049
Thanks m8
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