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30 Comentários
Arthur Moran
Arthur Moran 5 horas atrás
finally this man made language came to prove intercomprehension between romance languages wow it was very fascinating like the interslavic video
Stephano Barbosa
Stephano Barbosa 6 horas atrás
O catalão aparenta ser uma "interlíngua" de espanhol, francês e italiano.
Stephano Barbosa
Stephano Barbosa 6 horas atrás
o interlíngua é bem compreensível !!! entendi praticamente tudo
Aldo Leone
Aldo Leone 6 horas atrás
Parlando Italiano e conoscendo il dialetto della mia regione (Calabria) e un pó di spagnolo, l'interlingua potrebbe tranquillamente sembrare un dialetto della penisola italiana (ma molto più pulito), sopratutto nelle congiunzioni e negli avverbi!
Carmen Campeanu
Carmen Campeanu 8 horas atrás
Interlinear has more Spanish than anything.
Nicho Martinez
Nicho Martinez 8 horas atrás
Gratias Nobert per haber invitate Doctor Valcárcel a tu programma. Ille es un representante per excellentia del interlingua. Si alcuno de tu spectatores qui lege portugese desirea apprender ben iste lingua, io recmmendarea que ille discarga de forma gratuite "Gramática Essencial de Interlingua em Português" del sito internet, Union Mundial pro Interlingua.
calmyflory 8 horas atrás
As a romanian native who travelled a bit around europe, I find it fairly easy to understand. Seems like a modified italian, which is funny considering all of romance is modified "ancient italian" /latin. Makes a lot of sense why it sounds italian. PS: I'm at 2:50 , I call soap bubble
Flavius Nita
Flavius Nita 9 horas atrás
The best Romanian heritage (my opinion) are the 3-rd conjugation verbs. a face, a coace, a duce, a aduce, a purcede (aka to proceed), a vinde, a tinde, a impunge, etc.
Aaron Marks
Aaron Marks 9 horas atrás
I looked up the etymology of "liliac", and apparently it's from a Slavic word for the nightjar.
Sjefke Rolleman
Sjefke Rolleman 11 horas atrás
As a Dutch Frisian I understand it clearly
Ezra Lua
Ezra Lua 11 horas atrás
Le parola numero 3, in Mexico on dice normalmente "privada" (private) o "cerrada" (claudite).
César 14 horas atrás
No conocía el Interlingua, me gustó mucho la idea detrás de esta lengua. ¿Dónde puedo aprenderla? Muchas gracias por compartir
AsTheWheelsTurn 15 horas atrás
I wonder if Icelandic people feel somewhat lonely having such an ancient language that even their closest European equivalents struggle to understand. I think it is very cool that they speak such an old language
ANAMOON 15 horas atrás
Wao! For a Brazilian portuguese native speaker, this interlingua is VERY easy to understand! I'm shocked!
Maria Moreira
Maria Moreira 15 horas atrás
Bola de sabão. É bdm simples.
Carlos Edu Lazarini
Carlos Edu Lazarini 15 horas atrás
o primeiro fala em italiano ou misturado?
Junior Petit
Junior Petit 16 horas atrás
I don’t know if it is the case in every region of Québec, but personally I use the word « laveuse » for washing machine which literally translates to washer
Miriede Miriede
Miriede Miriede 16 horas atrás
Me parece q o Italiano, espanhol e português são mais próximas e fáceis de se entenderem mutuamente.. depois o romeno. O francês pra mim é bem complicado.
Zyx 17 horas atrás
I hear quite a bit of Danishness and Swedishness from Moritz, makes sense as he lives right next to Denmark.
Ray S
Ray S 17 horas atrás
I figured "sothlice" would be related to the word "sooth".
Real Shaoran
Real Shaoran 18 horas atrás
I am really surprised how much I understood Interlingua (Spanish is my mother tongue), as Bella and Lucas said, I could understand every clue, but I also had problems linking the clues into a single word, nevertheless I managed to get the right answer before the right answer was shown. And yes, it kinda feels cheating... 😀
Hwan Jae Kee
Hwan Jae Kee 19 horas atrás
Interlingua its gonna be a world idiom, solving idiomatics International conflicts inside in many countries and out of many countries. 🥂🥂🥂🥂🥂
Thiago S.
Thiago S. 20 horas atrás
É ótimo saber que temos conteúdos em romeno. Esse canal me incentiva muito a ser poliglota! <3 Gosto demais!
Thiago S.
Thiago S. 20 horas atrás
Ahh, seria um prazer participar de um vídeo assim, eu fico doidinho tentando advinhar as palavras. kkkkkk. A Interlingua é bem curiosa, nunca tinha escutado.
Rubikraft 20 horas atrás
As a French speaker with only a little bit of knowledge of Latin, I understood 90 to 95 % of it! I got the clues very fast.
Weißenschenkel 20 horas atrás
"Cul de sac" in Brazil is a dead end with a small roundabout, like a balloon, so cars can turnaround without major maneuvers. Amazing content as always!
kakalush Kklush
kakalush Kklush 21 hora atrás
Romanian : correct answer is "balon de săpun" and not "bula de sapun" . Also correct translation is "folie de aluminiu" and not "foaie de aluminiu" . I think George was emotive a bit. Words bula and foaie exist but are used in other ways.
Cosmin A.M.
Cosmin A.M. 7 horas atrás
I've heard all the variants.
ToscaSam 21 hora atrás
This challenge was PURE JOY! I loved Interlingua. I'm really sad to confess that I had never heard of it before, but now , thanks to this video, I'm super interested. Carlos' energy was so infectious and catching; I could listen to him speak for hours without getting bored. Also, I enjoyed the presence of all the partecipants: they were so nice and friendly and good guessers as well. One of my favourite language-challenges by far. Thank you for uploading this video and sharing the Interlingua experiment with all of us.
pat olt
pat olt 21 hora atrás
C'est amusant mais honnêtement je crains que ça n'aille pas beaucoup plus loin que l'Esperanto, tout simplement parce que personne ne va apprendre une autre langue en plus de la sienne (on peut en rêver mais ...) et ensuite parce qu'elle ne pourrait faciliter la communication, éventuellement, qu'entre les locuteurs de langues Latines alors que le monde parle autre chose ... Qu'on le veuille ou non c'est l'Anglais qui est devenu la lingua franca aujourd'hui. En plus il faudrait que chacun connaisse certes sa langue mais ait aussi quelques bases dans une autre langue latine sinon je ne crois pas que ça marche dans la vie quotidienne. Désolé, c'est juste mon avis ...
pat olt
pat olt 6 horas atrás
@Carlos Valcárcel Riveiro Oui je comprends l'idée et c'est effectivement un exercice intellectuel amusant. Ça montre en tous cas, en s'appuyant sur le plus grand dénominateur commun, que les langues latines partagent bien plus qu'elles ne le pensent, y compris le Français lequel, peut-être en raison de sa prononciation particulière, est peu compris (à l'oral) des locuteurs des autres langues latines. Bien cordialement
Carlos Valcárcel Riveiro
Qui sape? Tu ha ration probabilemente ma... interlingua es vermente amusante a apprender e a parlar! Illo ha alique magic que io ancora non sape describer. Solmente pro le placer cognitive illo vale le pena (pro me naturalmente).
herefobeer 22 horas atrás
I speak Russian at around B2, understood I’d say 75-80% Ukrainian guy and almost nothing in Polish. Not sure if it’s lexical difference or just the accent that I can’t seem to comprehend at all