You english speaking bafoons will never understand feeling of actually being able to toot in your own mothertongue.
Everything feels so more natural and less effort. I feel like I can express myself fully.
But you bafoons will never experience this as you write in your mothertongue every day! 😜
# I can relate to french people
Well, just, specially for you.
Я очень рад за тебя! Надеюсь, что ты и дальше продолжишь раскрывать себя полностью на своём языке!
Just to make it easier for you: "I am happy for you! Hope you will continue to fully express yourself in your mothertongue"!
This is awesome! 😀
@ChrisTalleras Du snakker sant, men uten engelsk hvordan skal vi snakker med andre ?
På norsk ? Har du noen sett en franskmann lærer seg norsk ?
(Beklager noen grammatiske feil, morsmålet mitt er fransk )
E veldig bra norsk detta!
Eg vill gjerne sjå meir forskjellige språk brukt i fødiverset!
Might become a thing for this week's follow friday
(this is nynorsk btw)
Tusen takk (Jeg håper jeg forstått alt fra tooten din, jeg lærer meg bokmål, ikke nynorsk 😅 )
Jeg også vil gjerne se mer forskjellige språk på fødiverset !
Takk til deg (og spesielt snabelen.no) jeg møtt og følger folk som toot på norsk og noen ganger fant meg å lese på norsk
Jeg tror en følg fredag med mennesker fra hele verden og hele språk kan være veldig bra !
Veldig kult! Eg e glad snabelen e noko som lik og setter pris på!
Og det blir jælma kult, blir nok det på Fredag! 😁
@ChrisTalleras Go for it! What is stopping you? There is always Translation when I want to read something not in English, or not clear. I like to see written Norsk anyways.
The Norwegian that I write might be harder to translate though. My "writing-tongue" isn't represented on google translate for example even though New-norwegian and booktongue is set as equal in Norway.
Kind of sad that book tongue rules only because that's what they use in the cities. 😥
@ChrisTalleras Before I went on a trip to Norway, I learned a bit of the language. Having the bokmal and newnorsk was confusing for me at first but you all speak English anyways! I spoke in Norwegian only once for a conversation. Bokmal was based on Danish, right?
And yes, the rich used to write in danish in the cities, and wanted to continue that.
Meanwhile a cool guy made a new writing-tongue based on how people speak in Norway, which in effect means it is closer to how we speak, although book-tongue has been norwegianized a lot.
And quite a lot of people have started speaking like the book-tongue in the cities over time too.
Yeah, I understand.
Although you might not have tried being on a instance where everyone speaks the same mothertongue as you.
Might be worth a try! 😁
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