Discussion in 'Slavic Countries General Discussion' started by JediMaja, Sep 24, 2005.
Hello,my name is Maja (Maya) and I'm from Serbia! I'm 14. How old are you,and where are you from?
A'm Glen, an' A'm a wee lad frem Bonnie Scotland, I wis 16 last time a checked. A live in England (grr) though.
If you didn't understand: I'm Glen, and I'm a dude from Scotland, I was 16 last time I checked. I live in England though.
I know it's not in the Slavic region, but oh well
I'm not sure about Serbs, but there are a fair few Croatians here: Amon_Amarth, Darthana, Deciple_of_Malak, Jedi_Orion, Lord_Of_All_Noldor, Slyk88 (Or whatever the numbers are...), FruFru and -Narya-. There are probably more, but I forget.
Hey, Maja! Nice name.
I'm from Russia, my age is top secret)
Glad to meet you
Pozdrav for you too...
I am Kiril ... I am three and a half years old(Muriel from Courage the cowardly dog) ... now seriously I am 16 years old and I'm from Bulgaria ...
Nice to meet y'all! And can you guys tell me how to put an avatar? Thanks!
Click the thing that says: "Need and avatar, click here" or whatever it says nowadays, then go to the menu, find one you like, click the circle next to it, then scroll down and click submit.
Hi there. I'm from Pula, Croatia.
Welcome to the boards, Maja.
Thanks! Napokon mogu da razgovaram sa nekim na nekom drugom jeziku osim Engleskog....
Can you speak English?
ok i will...
Hi. I'm from Croatia too.
Ovo je inace Slavic Countries forum, pa se prica na engleskome da se svi razumiju. I nije tako lo?e.
Another one! Oh no!
Don't make post in Bulgarian......
Don't panic people. Ana just told her to speak English here.
It would be quite messy here, If I would start write in Polish, TheAdmiral in Bulgarian, Krivlos in Russian, Darthana & Co in Croatian, and You Maja in Serbian, we'll we're all Slavic people, but we have far to many difference, to understand fluently each other's language
BTW. Im from Poland, and I'm 21
Hehe, Serbo-Croatian was the same language last time I checked, other than a few variations of words.
Serbo-Croatian was the same language last time I checked, other than a few variations of words.
Those are different languages. They have different grammar rules and a lot of different words. But if we really want, we can understand each other.
Yup! Guys,i know this is a jedi web site,but i saw a few Darths in here,so if you want visit www.sithorder.com ,it's pretty good.
So in other words, it's about as hard to understand someone from Serbia as it is to understand someone from Dubrovnik?
Or someone from Walles?
Yeah. Their accents are harsh.