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    Senior Member merdzina005*'s Avatar
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    There are some videos that you could check out on youtube.

    Here's the link:
    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...n&search_type=
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    Jaz sem ucim slovenski tudi.... but it's hard as hell for me with English as a first language and no real experience with slavic languages. I like a challenge, though!

    I do have a question though, if some of the resident Slovenes don't mind: it's my understanding that both "s" and "z" translate as "with" in English? This is correct? And if so, how do you know which to use?

    Hvala!

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    I think both s and z are "with"... I'm not sure about the rule where is "s" and where "z" but they both have the same meaning

    p.p. Učit slovenščino je ful težko boš videl ...
    Eins.. hier kommt die Sonne
    Zwei..hier kommt die Sonne
    Drei.. hier kommt die Sonne
    Vier
    Fünf
    Sechs
    Sieben..
    Acht..
    Neun.....
    Ich hab' keine Lust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedinkyyy View Post
    I think both s and z are "with"... I'm not sure about the rule where is "s" and where "z" but they both have the same meaning

    p.p. Učit slovenščino je ful težko boš videl ...
    well, i managed to get hold of this explanation

    The meaning is the same, it just depends on which letter the word begins with. "Z Saro" is hard to say, so it's "S Saro".

    S: c č f h k p s š t
    Z: a b d e g i j l m n o r u v z ž

    Hope I didn't make a mistake. Not really THAT important, though, even slovenians make mistakes when it comes to that all the time.
    and eh, we'll see if it gets easier or harder

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    lol hard or not, that's the best damn language my ears have heard.. but u need to have a lot of patience with it... it's, i'd say, the hardest Slavic language and very few ppl dare to take up with it
    Eins.. hier kommt die Sonne
    Zwei..hier kommt die Sonne
    Drei.. hier kommt die Sonne
    Vier
    Fünf
    Sechs
    Sieben..
    Acht..
    Neun.....
    Ich hab' keine Lust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nere View Post
    well, i managed to get hold of this explanation



    and eh, we'll see if it gets easier or harder
    At school we learnt it by the help of this sentence:
    Ta suhi škafec pušča.
    The translate would be something like: That little dry pail is leaking. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedinkyyy View Post
    lol hard or not, that's the best damn language my ears have heard.. but u need to have a lot of patience with it... it's, i'd say, the hardest Slavic language and very few ppl dare to take up with it

    i'm so happy when i see that somebody actualy want to learn my language if you (or everyone on this forum) need help or some translations - say to me

    take caree *
    Eiii !! FLEJ FLEJ ×ĐĐ

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    Hi there...

    i want to id my self to someone, what should i say ???

    both in formal and informal.

    i can id my self in croatian, can Slovenian ppl Understand that ???

    Dobar dan Prijatelju, Moje ime je Mohammad, Drago mi je.

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    sn : Dober dan, prijatelj! Moje ime je Mohammad, me veseli.

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