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|Marja||Thursday 03rd of March 2005 11:22:25 PM|
|VŠlkomin! - Gˇan dag og vŠlkomin!
Thanks to Anya, we now have our very own Faroese discuss here on Phrasebase :)
If you don't already know, Faroese is the official language of the Faroe Islands along with Danish. For info about the Islands themselves, check out the Faroe Islands discuss (in the Scandinavia section).
I will start putting up some posts soon with some Faroese basics so we can all begin learning this wonderfully interesting language!
|Arteum||Friday 04th of March 2005 04:30:06 AM|
| - Det ńr f÷rtrńfflig att vi har en fńr÷isk discuss nu! :-)
I was reading about the history and the development of the Icelandic and Faroese languages a few weeks ago. I shall be watching the discuss with pleasure.
|sqz||Thursday 24th of March 2005 06:15:33 AM|
| - I want to learn some faroese too :)|
|sofilos||Tuesday 31st of May 2005 10:22:24 AM|
| - Hei, everyone.I'm now learning Icelandic.And I heard that the Faroese language is very similar to Icelandic. So, I also want to learn some Faroese. I think it'll be very cool, 'coz in China, few people could speak Icelandic and Faroese!!|
|Marja||Saturday 04th of June 2005 01:56:41 AM|
| - Hi everyone, I apologise for the lack of participation lately, I've been rather busy.
I will be adding more resources to this discuss, you will have to bear with me :)
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