Discussion in 'Europe General Archive' started by Skiara
, Feb 18, 2005.
Had to put that here...
ROTFLMAO (Rolling On The Floor Laughing My Ass Off ) = RPGOSAAM (Rullar PÃ¥ Golvet Och Skrattar Arslet Av Mig)
^^ German: RÃœDFULMDAA (Rolle Ã¼ber den FuÃŸboden und lache mir den Arsch ab)
Somehow that sound wrong....
Wondering what to say to Croatian chicks when you visit Croatia?
Here is line that never fails:
"Hej, mala, lijepa guza."
probably never fails to get you butt kicked
(belive me, I'm a girl from Croatia)
I was given a link to this in the Multilungual Writers Club that I started on the fanfiction resource board.
Since someone asked for Chinese, I'll give ya Chinese, even though I don't live in Europe (knowledge of French is the closest thing I have to being European). This is all simplified since that's the only Chinese I was know (they don't teach alot of traditional in Beijing).
Ni Hao Ma/Ni Zen Yang-How are you?
De-belonging to, 's
Now, for some Star Wars terms:
Xing Cou Da Jan-Star Wars
Tian Xing Ren-Skywalker
Dong Liu Li-Force
Anyone want more?
So, anyone for Modern Greek?
Hello, I canÂ´t believe no Spaniards have dared enter this thread:
Star Wars: La Guerra de las Galaxias.
Star Destroyer: Destructor Estelar.
Death Star: Estrella de la Muerte.
Light saber: Espada de luz / sable lÃ¡ser.
Millenium Falcon: HalcÃ³n Milenario.
The Force: La Fuerza.
ANH: La Guerra de las Galaxias: Una nueva esperanza.
ESB: El Imperio Contraataca.
ROTJ: El retorno del jedi.
TPM: La amenaza fantasma.
AOTC: El ataque de los clones.
May the Force be with you: Que la Fuerza de acompaÃ±e.
Fortunately, names are not translated; we say here Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader and so on (although many people canÂ´t write them).
And, of course, some common expressions:
How are you?: Â¿QuÃ© tal estÃ¡s?
Thank you: Gracias.
Good luck: Buena suerte.
I canÂ´t think of anything else to say: No se me ocurre nada mÃ¡s que decir.