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godscountryboy
Monday 18th of June 2007 02:29:27 AM
Post here to find an exchange language partner!: Hey, my name's Paul. I'm from the USA, but am moving to Romania in 4 years. I'm wanting to learn to speak Romanian thoroughly, but am having trouble with finding lessons and programs that I can use to learn. I can teach you english in return.


Lina
Wednesday 20th of June 2007 02:33:48 AM

Hi Paul, I'm Lina. Do you want to learn Romanian in four years? It is ok:) you have all the time you need.
First off all, I'm giving you few links, which I think are useful for you, until you'll find a language exchange partner.

www.romanianlessons.com
http://wikitravel.org/en/Romanian_phrasebook
http://www.internetpolyglot.com/lesson
http://www.freewebs.com/invata_limba_romana/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanian_language (there is a lot of informations about language and a good dictionary)
http://hallo.ro (bilingual dictionary)


Don't hesitate to ask me if you don't understand something and please tell me what you need first, because I want to post a few lessons for the beginners.

Succes!

Lina


godscountryboy
Wednesday 20th of June 2007 11:29:03 PM
multumesc Lina!


Lina
Wednesday 27th of June 2007 02:08:21 PM
Cu plăcere! Cum te descurci? Te ajută ce ţi-am trimis?

Toate cele bune şi spor la învăţat!





Dominick_Korshanyenko
Sunday 23rd of September 2007 01:00:01 AM
Bună Ziua!

Hello, I am also looking for someone to teach me Romanian in a languge exchange. Romanian fascinates me as on of the greatest languages that I have ever heard or seen. If anyone can help me with this then I can halp with Spanish, Russian or English.

Mulţumesc,

Dominick Korshanyenko


Lina
Sunday 23rd of September 2007 05:31:05 PM

Bună Dominick_Korshanyenko,

I wish you success to find nine exchange language partners:) for all your targeted languages!

See you soon/Pe curând,

Lina


Dominick_Korshanyenko
Sunday 23rd of September 2007 08:48:52 PM
Not all at once of cours Lina :ha

Mulţumesc,

Dominick Korshanyenko


zell
Tuesday 27th of May 2008 01:45:04 AM
want romanian to help me with italian: hello!my name is robert,i would be willing to help you with english/spanish or slang of texas or new york english


Lina
Wednesday 28th of May 2008 04:14:23 PM
Originally posted by zellhello!my name is robert,i would be willing to help you with english/spanish or slang of texas or new york english

Who will take Robert challenge? It would be interesting to have someone teach Italian on the Romanian forum. Comparing Italian and Romanian and pointing out the similitaries between the languages would also be very interesting!

Lina


zell
Wednesday 28th of May 2008 07:06:16 PM
thanks: thankyou lina,i thought this would be interesting as well.I belong to an italian message board with romanian member,and noticed by his posts the similarities were very intruiging as well..........Robert


Dominick_Korshanyenko
Thursday 29th of May 2008 04:38:42 AM
Well I'm learning both Italian and Romanian they're not that similar in my opinion. Because even though they're both Romance languages they have different structure and words. Romanian has a lot of Slavic influence and has things like cases and a third gender that make it so much different than Italian. As a native English speaker Italian is easier to learn than Romanian.

That's just my opinion. :/

Kenny


Lina
Saturday 31st of May 2008 10:05:15 PM

It's an aspect I haven't thought of. Could an Englishman find Romanian more difficult than Italian? It might be so because our Slavic influence.









daniela
Wednesday 18th of June 2008 11:53:19 PM
Very nice translation of the poem
Ce traducere frumoasă a poeziei

Daniela


daniela
Wednesday 18th of June 2008 11:56:52 PM
I could learn a bit of Spanish
Aş dori să învăţ puţină spaniolă


Daniela



Dany
Friday 02nd of January 2009 05:53:45 PM
Hello everybody!/Buna tuturor!

I'm looking for someone to speak romanian with. My level is beginner.
If it's possible, it would be much better to find someone from MOLDOVA because le language is a little bit different, and I'm very interesting in this country (and other one of course but it doesn't depend on that thread).
Maybe this message would be post on the Moldovan's forum but this one seems to be dead. :(

Thanks everybody!
...And Kenny, have some fun to correct my sentences! And thanks for it! :)




Dominick_Korshanyenko
Saturday 03rd of January 2009 12:31:42 AM
Originally posted by DanyHello everybody!/Buna tuturor!

I'm looking for someone to speak Romanian with. My level is beginner.
If it's possible, it would be much better to find someone from Moldova because the language is a little bit different, and I'm very interested in this country (and other one of course but it doesn't depend on that thread).
Maybe this message should be posted on the Moldovan's forum but that one seems to be dead. :(

Thanks everybody!
...And Kenny, have some fun correcting my sentences! And thanks for doing it! :)



Bună Dany,

Once again it was mostly correct but you had some little mistakes.

- Capitalize Romanian! ;)
- You typed le instead of the. I guess you were thinking in French.
- Interesting becomes interested before in. (Example: I am interseted in chemistry.)
- The last real mistake you made were you're this and thats were mixed up. This is used to identify an object near you and that is used to identify objects that are far away. So because you were in the Romanian forum when you typed your post you should say "that" forum when talking about the Moldovan forum.


catalin_ionescu
Sunday 04th of January 2009 05:20:32 AM
Originally posted by Dany

If it's possible, it would be much better to find someone from MOLDOVA because le language is a little bit different, and I'm very interesting in this country (and other one of course but it doesn't depend on that thread).



Moldovan language is identical to Romanian language. :)

Taken from Wikipedia (french):

Le moldave (code ISO 639 : mol, mo) est la langue officielle de la république de Moldavie selon l'article 12 de sa constitution. Du point de vue strictement linguistique et en termes de sociolinguistique, roumain et moldave sont une seule et même langue, dont les anciens dialectes (langue abstand du passé) et les formes présentes (langue ausbau moderne) présentent assez de traits structurels communs scientifiquement établis, pour constituer une langue unitaire. Les locuteurs, eux, se comprennent spontanément et complètement sans traducteur ni dictionnaire. Le nom scientifique de cette langue, adopté par tous les linguistes, est "Daco-roumain". Parlé par environ 23 millions de locuteurs, dont 3 millions en république de Moldavie, le Daco-roumain est l'une des quatre langues romanes orientales, à côté de l'Aroumain , du Mégléno-roumain et de l'Istro-roumain parlés dans les Balkans.

L'existence du Moldave en tant que langue différente de la langue roumaine est l'objet d'une controverse. Si les linguistes spécialisés dans les langues romanes orientales, ainsi que la majorité des locuteurs ayant le moldave/roumain pour langue maternelle, savent qu'il s'agit d'une même langue, les gouvernements et leurs représentants ne sont pas du même avis. Les lexicologues affirment qu'à partir du moment où locuteurs des deux groupes se comprennent spontanément et complètement (notion d'isoglosse), il s'agit d'une seule et même langue. Toutefois il existe un parler moldave, présent dans la région moldave, aussi bien en Roumanie qu'en République de Moldavie.

La position officielle du gouvernement communiste moldave, par contre, est que le moldave est une langue à part entière, et que les allégations affirmant que le moldave est du roumain, sont le fruit de l'expansionnisme roumain. Sur la rive gauche du Dniestr, dominée par la république autoproclamée Pridniestrienne connue sous le nom de Transnistrie, le « moldave » s'écrit encore, comme à l'époque soviétique, en caractères cyrilliques russes ("лимба молдовеняскэ" = "limba moldovenească")[1], conformément à l'article 12 de la constitution transnistrienne[2].

Cette controverse a abouti en République de Moldavie à une double discrimination linguistique, qui contribue à l'instabilité du pays : d'une part, seuls les autochtones roumanophones et leur langue ont droit au nom de Moldaves, ce qui fait que les minorités (un tiers de la population) se sentent exclues du pays ; d'autre part, seules les minorités ont le droit de développer leur langue, leur culture et leur identité en tant que membres de civilisations dépassant les frontières du pays (russe, ukrainienne, bulgare, turcophone...) ; ce droit est dénié aux roumanophones qui n'ont pas le droit de s'affirmer roumains, et qui ne se sentent donc pas reconnus, eux non plus.




Dany
Monday 05th of January 2009 01:12:38 AM
Yes Catalin you're absolutly right!(thanks for wiki page).
By the way, that's why I'm already learning Romanian but, as I'm especialy interested in this very small and not very well known country "Moldova", I thought it was more logical to look for a Moldovan exchange partner to know more about life there + speak Romanian/Moldovian at the same time. If it's not possible, I'm still very happy to learn with Romanian people on PB!

Mulţumesc şi pe curânt!




mike111
Tuesday 06th of January 2009 05:02:50 AM
I work next to a Moldovan guy who doesn't speak Romanian at all. He was supposed to learn when he was a kid, but he could never grasp the language. I think Moldova is mainly a Russian speaking country. I'm quite sure they use the Cyrillic alphabet as well.


Dominick_Korshanyenko
Tuesday 06th of January 2009 05:29:49 AM
I have a story. :) Once I was on vacation in Tennessee and I went to a restaurant that hired foreigners and in exchange they got to see America etc. and a Moldavian girl was our waitress at the time though I was feebly trying to learn Russian and was trying to talk to her in that. I was angry later when I was learning Romanian and learned that Moldavians speak Romanian. I missed an opportunity to speak with her in Romanian! :( But I think Mike is right that they lean towards Russian.

P.S. Dany you only had one mistake the word "especially" has two l's. Congratulations!


paq_paq
Monday 20th of July 2009 07:19:10 PM
buna: caut un vorbitor de limba olandeza -romana pentru a invata limba olandeza. or... i m looking for language speaker dutch- romanian.... thanks


fluorine
Friday 04th of September 2009 03:13:35 AM
buna ziua!

je suis française et la semaine passée je suis rentrée de mes vacances en Roumanie. Ce pays m'a beaucoup plus et je souhaiterais apprendre le roumain pour profiter pleinement de mes prochaines vacances!!! Et oui, je souhaite y retourner le plus tôt possible !!!!
Je souhaiterais donc trouver un correspondant roumain à qui je pourrais peut-être donner quelques bases de français?

Multsumuesc frumos


tosho
Friday 23rd of October 2009 07:34:42 PM
limba romana pen pal: Buna zia fiecare!
Eu sunt Todor, sunt bulgar din Sofia.
Vreu sa invat limba romana de citeva ani, dar gasit acest sait inainte citeva zile. Caut partner pentru pen pal. Put ajut cu limba bulgara, si scriu pe engeleza pentru explicatie.
Daca stii limba romana respund mi va rog. Nu imi plecat cand merg la Romania sa vorbesc engeleza ((:

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