#MduNtr... Duau ᏒᎬᏦhTᎽ..And all of those that have mastered this ᗪIᐯIᑎE language..I appreciate your shared knowledge... (I havent yet formally studied, however I am learning from those who have) ****New Music Videos SOON****
Y’all... I am still in SHOCK reflecting on this weekends #NEXTGEN2018. If someone would have told me 9 months ago, I would be sharing my story with 400+ people at a conference in Nashville... I wouldn’t have believed them and honestly probably wouldn’t have wanted that to be a reality. 😎
But you know what, when I doubted myself, my friends and team believed in and encouraged me. 😘 When I was invited to take the next step and was scared, I took it any way. When I had a rough day, I was vulnerable and shared in order to keep moving and stepping out of my comfort zone. Each of these small shifts have led me to where I am today, and continual shifts will lead to even more amazing changes.
What an honor it is to do life with the most incredible team of ladies #teambettertogether#teamwhole, superhero men, and incredibly powerful husband and wife teams who serve others and truly desire to change the world with love. We have to do more to make a difference because we can. And each of you help me #shift more into who I was created to be. I don’t know where I’d be without this mission and community. There is truly nothing else like it! ❤️ Thank you Leah for snapping these pics and recording a video.
Took a pic of this ceramic tile in the Path of the Gods trail situated on the Amalfi Coast. I looked into this upon completing my Italian language practice for the day. Turns out this is part of the 1948 Italian Constitution. I would be curious to see if and what has been done about this since that time, considering the full article was quite vague. #bilingualism#coexistence#linguisticminorities#language#protectminoritygroups
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I’d love to track my language learning journey, even if it involves me talking about an antique in Polish. Whether you are a language learner, history lover, geography-minded, or interested in the ways of organization, I think you will find something here 📍
Come join us this Saturday the 28th for a truly unique start to your Saturday night out! Logistics on our FB page. For info on this magical journey just scroll down⬇️ Selkies are mythological creatures that live as seals in the water and shed their skin to walk like humans on land. Performing solo as One Selkie, Reed McLaren embraces this spirit of transformation by reshaping hundreds of years of human musical and poetic expression.
One Selkie explores voices and sounds from distant places-- a Middle English ballad evoking the despair of Medieval Man in Worldes Blis, an Icelandic anthem that depicts the perilous journey of a rider crossing the barren desert Å Sprengisandi in Ri∂um Ri∂um, a set of composed and semi-improvised arrangements based on the 10th century Norse Poetic Edda Disir.
Accompanied by folk and gothic harp, shruti box drone and bells, One Selkie’s non-traditional arrangements employ unexpected sounds and timbres that sway between ethereal and temporal, and she will offer insight on the material and her process along the way. As the featured artist at Flipp Salon for the past year, she will also be able to discuss her mixed media and charcoal drawings inspired by vintage film footage.
Curious if you and yours use “Sissy” as a term of endearment for young females in your family? My family always has and the tradition continues as I hear it come out of my mouth every so often. Is this a custom of the Ozarks or wider? Or just a Glenn family tradition? Share your experience if you’re in the mood. #language#modernozarks
Adora misturar português com inglês? Cuidado!
É importante estar atento ao fato de que algumas dessas expressões nem sempre são utilizadas da maneira que imaginamos nos padrões originais do inglês, e outras, inventadas, podem não fazer muito sentido para falantes nativos do idioma. No entanto, observar o uso delas ao seu redor é uma forma de se familiarizar com a língua e ampliar o vocabulário.
The Bridge, connecting worlds! #thebridgecourses#language#english
Сьогодні була на служінні в церкві Таллінна 🇪🇪
І знаєте що? Українці дійсно всюди, 40-50% прихожан були з різних куточків України. Так приємно коли до тебе вітаються рідною мовою і тобі не потрібно підбирати слова, щоб було зрозуміло, ти можеш сміливо використовувати тільки "наші" афоризми і приказки - це напевно своєрідний вид свободи.🇺🇦.
Естонська не схожа на жодну з мов яку мені коли-небудь доводилося чути, хоча і російською вони спілкуються як рідною.
Пізнавати іншу культуру завжди цікаво! В Таллінні престижно жити в таких старовинних будиночках, ще дерев'яних, і взагалі це місто не схоже на столицю, немає жодної "шуміхи", але є безцінний запах моря 🌊
Ми вже по дорозі до Нарва-Йиетсуу де і будемо жити та служити. #миссиявыполнима_Естония#Estonia#Tallinn#Narva#ministry#mission#language
Here's another post about the names of the European countries in a language. It's the first time that it's about a tongue which doesn't use the latin alphabet and therefore it was more difficult.
Know that the system I used for the alphabet translation was "the scientific transliteration of Cyrillic", if you note some weird things above or below a letter it's because it has a specific pronounciation. Here I let you some of them:
я = ja (in other transliteration systems it is usually "ya") č = ch (pronounced like the word church)
š = sh (similar to the "sh" sound in English)
I thank the guys who were helping me in this post
Suggested by @_pieri.triscari_ .
Native name : Ladin.
Native to : Italy - Dolomite Mountains, Non Valley.
Region : Trentino - South Tyrol Veneto.
Native speakers : 70,000 people.
Language family : Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Western, Gallo-Romance, Rhaeto-Romance, Ladin.
Ladin is spoken by about 70,000 people in northern Italy in the Dolomite mountains in Trentino, South Tyrol and Belluno provinces. It is part of the Rhaeto-Romance branch of Romance languages and is closely related to Fruilian and Romansh.
The Office for Ladin Language Planning (L Servisc à l'enciaria de laoré fora na forma de ladin) is developing a standard written form of Ladin (Ladin Dolomitan) for use across the Ladin-speaking region.
Since the 1990s a number of laws have been passed which provide protection for the Ladin language and culture, and the language has official recognition in Trentino and South Tyrol, though not in Belluno. Ladin is taught in schools and appears on some street signs.
1. Flag of Ladin People.
2. Ladin Language map.
3. The Ladin-speaking valleys of Val di Fasca, Val Gardena, Val Badia, Livinallongo and Ampezzo and their location in northern Italy.
4. Sample text in Ladin.
5. Useful Phrases in Ladin.