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    What a coincidence!! I saw my first Albanian video also two years ago in May
    And I agree, it's very unusual and beautiful language, it's my most favourite language so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haydee View Post
    And I agree, it's very unusual and beautiful language, it's my most favourite language so far.
    i'm sure the albanian language would be very flattered with your comment : ) ahaha

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    @Balkaneuro, and I thought you forgot this thread lol))

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    the numerous unknown grammar terms scared me away LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by haydee View Post
    What a coincidence!! I saw my first Albanian video also two years ago in May
    And I agree, it's very unusual and beautiful language, it's my most favourite language so far.
    Haha I also saw my first Alb video in May but one year ago lol, it was the song of Olta Boka "Zemren e lame peng" ))

    hehe cortom and haydee I'm also in the team "i love albanian language"
    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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    @Balkaneuro oh I see... excuse us for that))

    @tedinkyyy it's pity that there are so few albanian language lovers here

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    hmm... well I'm annoyed too that for example Greek or Turkish are more popular, I don't find them interesting at all lol , Albanian is ways better
    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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    Une pajtohem me ty per 100% ))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balkaneuro View Post
    the numerous unknown grammar terms scared me away LOL
    Oh no, and I haven't even started asking about the aorist! But!! No sweat!!! Thanks to Haydee I'm the proud owner now of a full-fledged super-de-luxe Albanian Grammar that, no doubt, will answer all questions I care to ask, and a great many I don't even dare to ask.

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    Default Verbs

    Can somebody please check these verbs? Which are the correct Tosk forms?
    I took (1) from a book and (2) from verbix.com

    (1) ju qetė, (2) ju qeni (past tense of jam)
    (1) ti do tė japėsh, (2) ti do tė japsh
    (1) ai do tė japė, (2) ai do tė japtė
    (1) unė do tė shoh, (2) unė do tė shohm
    (1) ju do tė shihni, (2) ju do tė shohni
    (1) unė ndenja, (2) unė ndjenja
    (1) unė do tė rri, (2) unė do tė rrim
    (1) ai do tė rrijė, (2) ai do tė rritė
    (1) ju zini, (2) ju zėni
    (1) unė do tė zė, (2) unė do tė zėm
    (1) ju bini, (2) ju bieni
    (1) ai do tė bjerė, (2) ai do tė bietė
    (1) unė shkrova, (2) unė shkruava

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    the right form is the first one.the second isn't

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    Thanks, nertila. I already emailed the people at verbix.com. The site claims that "Verbix conjugates correctly all verbs it knows." (and "If user enters a verb that Verbix doesn't know, Verbix tries to conjugate it assuming that the verb is regular"), but that's not the case. Otherwise it could have been a very useful site - hopefully they'll fix it in the future though.

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    ur welcome..

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    Can u help me? What does it mean paska, paskeni? My albanian friends often write it in comments and I cannot find this word

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    paska - he/she has, or there is
    paskeni - you have (you is plural like russian вы)

    it's in admirative mood, so when they say it they express surprise or admiration.

    do u know albanian, btw?
    Pertėj kohės e hapsirės,
    tej tė keqes e te mirės

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    no, trying to learn. It was the bet with albanian guy, and I fall in love with him...
    Thanks. Can you help me one more time? What does it mean?
    e ka per ukrahinen, jo per tironen, mos u keqkuptoni"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedinkyyy View Post
    also can you tell us how is mother and father, I think father is like the Turkish word (baba) but well better see it here
    We also have the proper albanian word "at" as in "atdhe" (fatherland) which I believe is of IndoEuropean origin, in the same vein as the latin p"at"er and the english f"at"ther.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelic_dickens View Post
    no, trying to learn. It was the bet with albanian guy, and I fall in love with him...
    Thanks. Can you help me one more time? What does it mean?
    e ka per ukrahinen, jo per tironen, mos u keqkuptoni"
    this phrase needs context
    i think it's something like that:

    it's about Ukraine, not Tirana, don't misunderstand me
    Pertėj kohės e hapsirės,
    tej tė keqes e te mirės

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    Thanks) That was comment on my friend's page) I'm only the one his Ukrainian friend) He doesn't want me to explain, and they're mostly speaking on Tirana's dialect. He told me about this.

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    Post Help with Albanian lyrics and translations

    I see no one has been here in this thread lately. I have recently discovered muzikė shqiptare dhe tė gjuhės and have downloaded many songs.
    However, I have posted some songs for lyrics and translations and have not seen any responses lately. I would GREATLY appreciate it if some Albanian speakers would be so kind as to check them out for me.

    Shumė falemnderit
    Gott zur Ehr, dem nächsten zur Wehr

    What if they gave a fire and nobody came.

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