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The RaNd0m channle
The RaNd0m channle 3 anos atrás
This should be a second learned slavic laungage in *all* slavic speaking countries so that we can all understand eachother drugovi
Nikola Vodopijak
Nikola Vodopijak Anos atrás
nas bi trebali više osvjestit od jedni drugima
GOODWEEK
GOODWEEK Anos atrás
@ASami Polic разумек
MikhailC
MikhailC Anos atrás
Moreover it should be added to Google translate too! And other translators:)
Vukašin Radovanović
@Barbara Wróblewska ne znam
Barbara Wróblewska
Ale kak to izdělati? 🤔
Ya Sho
Ya Sho Anos atrás
Българското ухо разбира прекрасно този междуславянски език! Поздравявам всички братя славяни!
Роман Рептилойд
А я прекрасно понял, что Вы написали.
Lapis Lazuli
Lapis Lazuli Mês atrás
@Kristian Lyubenov I know to say like 3 things in Russian Sorry for giving zou information you already know.
Kristian Lyubenov
Kristian Lyubenov Mês atrás
@Lapis Lazuli yea I know, I understand basically 100% of it without even studying it. btw it's Честита Коледа
Lapis Lazuli
Lapis Lazuli Mês atrás
@Kristian Lyubenov I have no clue how to say Срећан Божић in Bulgarian so С рожденством! (Срећан Божић in Russian) There is this thing called Interslavic language which ALL slavic language speakers can easly inderstand. Look it up, međuslovjanski jezik.
Kristian Lyubenov
Kristian Lyubenov Mês atrás
@Lapis Lazuli срећан Божић! Greetings from Bulgaria as well!
Bricks of 90s
Bricks of 90s 2 anos atrás
Было бы прекрасно если бы интерславянский преподавали бы в славянских странах, как какой-нибудь третий язык, после родного и английского.
Мистер Министр
@brød прижился, на тот момент он именно был таким)
DREAM KILLER
DREAM KILLER 2 meses atrás
@Folkmar Personally, I think that I don't really need English, and Pan-Slavic would be more useful to me.
Anti Anti
Anti Anti 2 meses atrás
@Folkmar that's the problem, we hate each other without any solid reasons. Otherwise, a lot of slavs wouldn't learn English. For example, I know a lot of people who would move to Poland or Czech Republic, they are not interested in getting to any English speaking country at all. I mean, to be honest, I don't believe we (our children) will ever learn this language in schools, but I will be happy if this happens one day. No need to cancel English, just add this one as well.
Folkmar
Folkmar 2 meses atrás
@Anti Anti and yet you will learn English cuz it's not limited by Slavic countries after all. The one and only good thing about this Pan-Slavic language is that you can be understood by Slavs who don't speak it. Also Slavs don't really need an international cooperation, they hate eachother and themselves usually, just look at Ukrainians, Poles, Russians, or Serbians, Bosnians and Croatians. Never thought on it actually but it seems like Slavs tend to form hate triangles.
Anti Anti
Anti Anti 2 meses atrás
@Folkmar because we wouldn't need English if we had this language, + it would be much easier for slavic people to learn language which they already understand intuitively, rather than learn another completely different language (if they are not going to live in an English speaking country of course)
Сергей Токарев
О Боги, я понимаю 90% услышанного! Наши пути разминулись 1000 лет назад, но всё-таки мы едины! Будьте здоровы, братья!
Julia
Julia 28 dias atrás
@MrLaSerj Взагалі не схожий на суржик, і не НА Україні а В Україні, живеш там і не знаєш як правильно буде, ганьба
Joanna Pych
Joanna Pych Mês atrás
Bułgarski dla mnie trochę niezrozumiały, a trochę rozumiem
Derzkiy_Paulo
Derzkiy_Paulo 4 meses atrás
Интересно, через 10-15 лет сколько славян останется? х.з. Давайте продвигать "Портуньоль".😂 Vamos falar portunhol!
Виктор
Виктор 4 meses atrás
@Нисэм искусственный был только в начале, потом каждый говорил на своём языке
sa mir
sa mir 9 meses atrás
@Футжак Кисо co do horwatów to jak sami głosza pochodza oni z terenu dzisiejsze Małopolski zwanej ówczesnie Biała Chrobacją , skad wraz z wandalemi poszi na Rzym , po jego opuszczeniu osiedli nad adriatykiem
KNJIGGA Official
KNJIGGA Official 2 anos atrás
Interslavic is like a Croatian dialect I haven't heard before... perfectly understandable!
sa mir
sa mir 10 meses atrás
@megamillionfreak to dla tego ze obydwie grupy pochodza z tego terenu na którym dzis istniej panstwo Polskie - serbowie z zachodu czyli sliaska i łuzyc, a horwaci z małopolski, ówczesnie była to Biała Chrobacja
Karl-Heinz Grabowski
@Yes very profesional name yes it's ONE fucking language, just look it up. Different varieties or dialects don't automatically turn into a new language, that's bs
eNeNe
eNeNe Anos atrás
@megamillionfreak Oh yeah? You weren't under the Turks for 500 years? You had literature during those years? You supposedly had language? How do you know? Your greatgreatgrandad told you? What was his name? Aganlija or Kučuk Alija? :D
megamillionfreak
megamillionfreak Anos atrás
@eNeNe Nah, you're just a poorly educated individual or not at all. Or a liar.
eNeNe
eNeNe Anos atrás
@megamillionfreak You had no language nor literature for 500 years while you were under Turks. All the while we had, and Turks never took any of our bigger cities. So who stole language from whom? Along with everything else.
napalme
napalme 2 anos atrás
Как поднимают настроение Ваши видео, Норберт! мечтаю поучаствовать. Чувствую, что реально изучаю языки! Только не успеваю понять какие именно :)
MikhailC
MikhailC Anos atrás
@Oleg Mack тоже самое, ожидал, что наоборот, болгарский будет самый простой. Впрочем неудивительно ведь начал знакомство со славянскими языками с украинского и белорусского языков. Понятно Вам, и, следовательно, мне пусть и сложнее. Украинский всё-таки ближе к остальным славянским чем русский в виду исторических, географических и культурных аспектов
MikhailC
MikhailC Anos atrás
@Someone согласен, при этом заметил, что межславянский парень говорит "пытаня", а затем добавляет "вопрос". Заметил , что при этом в межславянском используют слово jezyk, а не мова. А например слово "понимать" есть только в русском, в межславянском srаzumeti, как в украинском и остальных. Или какое слово использовать "работа", как напр в чешском и сербском или "праца", как в украинском, белорусском или польском. Чертовски интересная штука, чем больше интересуюсь подобным тем больше узнаю. Начал лучше понимать беларусов и украинцев. Так и до поляков с сербами дойти можно 😱
THE_CUP OF_TEA
THE_CUP OF_TEA Anos atrás
@Oleg Mack согласен, Павел тараторил как пулемет, однако в принципе понять его можно, автор написал, кто что говорил.
романенко
романенко Anos atrás
@Someone скорее всего подобная архаичность появилась в русском из-за влияния церковнославянского
Oleg Mack
Oleg Mack Anos atrás
Найтяжче мені було зрозуміти болгарина бо швидко говорить, а поляка, хорвата і міжслов'янську на 100%, при чому польську більш менш знаю, хорватську - ні.
LArt3D
LArt3D 3 anos atrás
I'm Bulgarian. I got 100% everything. Polish was the most challenging. I confirm, Pavel's way of speaking was not great, he used funny words, slang and he spoke in dialect, ..eastern... I can detect, which made the Bulgarian harder to non natives. The Croatian guy was the best in his effort and clear speaking, giving examples, and varieties of the words and expressions.
Krystyna kot
Krystyna kot 3 meses atrás
@Yes very profesional name yes Chorwata rozumialam w 97%, wiem, ze mowil wolno i wyraznie, natomiast Bulgara moze 10% i to intuicyjnie. Pawla rozumialam w 98%.
asagadam
asagadam 5 meses atrás
@ProudPolishHerbsman probably a few generations ago but now most of the slavic countries are pro western/ are in western allies
Fairy C Rat
Fairy C Rat 5 meses atrás
I think it's a good thing that they spoke using different levels of formality, it shows the limits of mutual Slavic intelligibility.
ProudPolishHerbsman
ProudPolishHerbsman 9 meses atrás
The Interslavic language might be considered a threat by the Western empires..
Alief Rizaldi
Alief Rizaldi Anos atrás
@Ecolinguist In next Interslavic episode, add another speaker Norbert. Add Ukrainian, Russian, or Belarusian, so it will complete to resemble east, west, north, and south branch of slavic family. And always a great video Norbert, Good Job.
Andrej Nikolov
Andrej Nikolov 2 meses atrás
Despite dialect and slang I was able to understand the Bulgarian. But I will be honest, the first time I heard him without the text and some words I didn't catch what he was saying (very fast) but the second time when reading it was pretty clear. I'm Macedonian. I only didn't understand обаче, даже and отвнка
Bogdan
Bogdan 2 anos atrás
Jestem z Serbia and I learn Polish language for a few months. Ja kocham Polski ! Jestem Hardkorem ! 🇷🇸❤🇵🇱
Krystyna kot
Krystyna kot 3 meses atrás
@Srbče Dlaczego zapasnikow? Ja lubie Slowian :), zapasnicy mnie nie interesuja :)
Srbče
Srbče 7 meses atrás
Pa gde si bre brate srbendo, i ja mnogo gotivim Poljake, samo nesto mi se cini da oni vise vole Rvate od nas
Etienne Desees
Etienne Desees 8 meses atrás
I am Belgian living in France and have been working in Croatia, Bulgaria and Serbia and studied notions of Russian. This a very interesting exercise because lately, it happened to me to help Ukrainian people who could not understand french. I used an (awfull) mixture of all these slavic languages...and ...miracle I could help them.
Stoyan Grozdilov
Stoyan Grozdilov 2 anos atrás
Аз съм от България и всичко се разбира прекрасно. Ако и от другите държави разбират така добре езика значи е перфектен за общуване между всички славяни.
V M
V M 2 anos atrás
I noticed that the majority of slavic language words can be more understandable in written text form than listening. Interesting.
ics gg
ics gg 6 meses atrás
For me its also the other way around but maybe because I am bulgarian and we use cyrillic. Its hard for me to read them but when I listen, I understand almost everything
Yes very profesional name yes
@AliseFoxArt The letter J is a bitch in literally all languages. It is always different for some reason. The Spanish pronounce it as the "h" in house (IPA: /x/), the Slavs as "y" in yes (IPA: /j/), the English as "j" in jump (IPA: /d͡ʑ/ or something close), and the French/Portuguese as the "s" in Asia (IPA: /ʐ/). JUST WHY
Limbo Prime
Limbo Prime Anos atrás
@AliseFoxArt i also can't understand western or eastern slavic languages For written i can read some what of Russian and can fluently speak Macedonian and english and also speak german, Serbian and bulgarien But when i see letters in latinica i don't read em in english (unless i have spoken in english before hand) I read em normally like i do in Macedonian
AliseFoxArt
AliseFoxArt Anos atrás
Limbo Prime, I’ve really misused the term) Just read about Cyrillic script, god knows why I thought this term included only Belarusian, Ukrainian and Russian alphabets. That aside, I meant that it’s pretty hard for me to understand western Slavic languages in written form. I know fluently only two languages: English and Russian, and when I see Roman letters in a word my brain reads them the English way. For example the letter “J”. In eng it’s pronounced like “j” in “jump” and in Slavic like “y” in “yes”, so it had messed with my brain for a while.
Limbo Prime
Limbo Prime Anos atrás
@AliseFoxArt wich Cyrillic Considering i can't understand Russian alphabet, while being able to understand the Bulgarien and Serbien alphabet. I am Macedonian
Aline Oshiro
Aline Oshiro 2 anos atrás
As a brazilian speaking in english and learning swedish... I understand photography
NMC1992
NMC1992 7 meses atrás
@Pablo Santos And if you learn European Portuguese that ability increases several times.
Mr_ San
Mr_ San 7 meses atrás
Tem brasileiro em td lugar kkk
Teamkiller324
Teamkiller324 Anos atrás
Låter skoj, hoppas det går bra
jammmy30
jammmy30 Anos atrás
Ooookej! det var ju verkligen lite oväntat att få träffa här någon som pratar svenska, wow! är du i sverige nu?
The Higher Evolutionary
@Pablo Santos After I re-read my comment, I realized it seems a little ignorant. My apologies. I do think Brazilian Portuguese is such a beautiful sounding language.
LejpiMackon123
LejpiMackon123 3 anos atrás
I am Slovenian and I understood almost everything. This language is genius.
Vesela Ivanova Kolaksazova
Аз съм от България и също всичко разбрах
Григорий Горюнов
@Мишаня Тихий tak и треба!
Григорий Горюнов
Братья, здравия! Я - этнический поляк, родился и живу в Москве. Почему Вы пишите комментарии по-английски? Ведь мы хорошо понимаем друг друга, говоря на родных языках! My English is almost as my native language (Russian), but I use it only when I have to speak with any (not slovenian) person. Межславянский язык мне очень сильно понравился! Если честно, то я в восторге! Понятно абсолютно всё! Абсолютно!
иван васильевич
Same, I’m Russian and I understood everything
Natasha Laskina
Natasha Laskina 2 anos atrás
Me too
Vesela Ivanova Kolaksazova
Хе хе хе браво , чудесна идея . Сега ми стана по- ясно колко много си приличат нашите езици.
Veve Priezviskova
Veve Priezviskova 3 anos atrás
I'm Slovak and I understood everything except for the Bulgarian description. The Interslavic language is great! I wonder how would it work for more abstract ideas. It would be extremely interesting if you could make a video talking about some abstract topic such as describing someone's personality or a more complex story. My theory is that our languages have kept the ancient Slavic roots for the most basic objects- animals and house etc. But I wonder how would we understand more "modern" words, adjectives, more advanced verbs etc. Would love to see a video on that!
asagadam
asagadam 5 meses atrás
The Bulgarian dude used a lot of unnecessary descriptive words and was speaking fast so that may be why it was harder to understand
Yes very profesional name yes
A lot of slavic languages have indeed kept their Slavic roots. You can see that a lot in this video. In most cases, the languages use the same roots (even if they're archaic in the other language). When the words are not slavic, they mostly use Latin roots (for example, Croatian "medicina" from Latin medicus / medicina) or English roots (for example, Serbian "Januar" from the English "January"). It is incredibly easy to understand it in the written form, but sometimes the pronunciation can be a bit slurred for the speaker of some other slavic language (for example, Croatian -> Polish). I think that your theory is more than accurate; Modern Slavic languages are mostly mutually intelligible with a few exceptions.
Słowianin Lechita
Słowianin Lechita Anos atrás
in the Bulgarian language there are a lot of loanwords from Turkish for this the eastern and western Slavs may not understand everything
Adeke
Adeke 2 anos atrás
@Eddy Bulich im russian and for me it also sounds like my own language (but maybe its because i know belarusian language too)
Eddy Bulich
Eddy Bulich 2 anos atrás
To me it just sounds like a Slovenian/Croatian hybrid language. I dont know how well other Slavs understand the interslavic language but as a Croat - it sounds almost like my own language.
Ютта Мару
Ютта Мару 2 anos atrás
Я носитель русского языка Интерславик лично мне был совершенно понятен. Очень здорово!! Даёт возможность быть понятым в любой славянской стране. А где ему можно поучиться?
Equim
Equim Anos atrás
@Максим Корольков не думаю что интерславик позволит понимать все славянские языки. Он же создан чтобы славяне понимали ТЕБЯ когда ты говоришь.
Максим Корольков
@Mike Nemchinov Этот язык очень хороший. Я его выучил за полтора месяца и практически всех начал понимать.
Максим Корольков
@Equim Лучше оба и будет намного лучше.
Equim
Equim Anos atrás
@Ютта Мару Лучше выучи английский нормально. Тогда тебя будут понимать не только в славянских странах, а во всём мире..
Нисэм
Нисэм Anos atrás
@Mike Nemchinov только не на основе старославянского а на основе тех славянских языков которые существуют сейчас.
mondaynoma
mondaynoma 2 anos atrás
I'm a Korean been learning Russian for 2 years. And I'm not sure if this helped or not, but I've constantly had many linguistic inputs from other slavic languages and read some books about old church slavonic, and I was able to understand more than 90% of what Michał was speaking. So yeah, I do think the Inter-slavic does work as how it was designed to.
77.RAF. M5
77.RAF. M5 Anos atrás
Респект! Если вы понимаете, как иностранец и не славянин.
mondaynoma
mondaynoma Anos atrás
@월드오브워썬더 고대 교회 슬라브어 문법서같은거 함 읽어보시고 러시아어 외에 폴란드어나 불가리아어같은 타 슬라브서어들도 조금씩 배워보셔요. 시야가 엄청 넓어집니다
월드오브워썬더
90퍼 ㄷㄷ 비결좀여
Elena Polukhina
Elena Polukhina 2 anos atrás
@Artem Vasilev 화이팅! ㅎㅎ
Artem Vasilev
Artem Vasilev 2 anos atrás
Классно! А я учу корейский😅😅😅
Vass22
Vass22 3 anos atrás
Russian, understood everything. But actually I understood most of Polish and Croatian too. Bulgarian was the most difficult.
Krystyna kot
Krystyna kot 3 meses atrás
@Joshua LiebermanCzesto slysze, ze my Polacy mowimy szybko, zwrocilam na to szczegolna uwage i przyznaje, ze to fakt, ale faktem jest rowniez, ze wszyscy Slowianie mowia bardzo szybko w zxwyklej codziennej mowie
Krystyna kot
Krystyna kot 3 meses atrás
@Mr. X Oczywiscie Polski najlatwiejszy i najbardziej zrozumialy :)
Anti Anti
Anti Anti 4 meses atrás
@vbf not vocabulary, but alphabet. Polish vocabulary is much closer to us. For example, one of the first Romanovs loved Polish culture and introduced a lot of things from it, as well as some vocabulary.
elleamo92
elleamo92 5 meses atrás
письменный болгарский намного легче понять, чем разговорный. так как с особенностями ударения и произношения некоторых слов сложнее на слух понять для русскоязычных.
Aces High
Aces High Anos atrás
@Ondřej Matějka he speaks very fast with slang
Radovan G.
Radovan G. 2 anos atrás
I am Slovakian and I undertand everything in Interslavic language :D In slovak is it : Je tam poľe, na poli je zelená tráva. V strede poľa je jazero, a na jazere pláva vták, a z vody z jazera skáče ryba. Na ľavo od jazera je strom ... nema listy , holy strom. Na strome je hniezdo, a v hniezde vajcia. Jedno vajce spadlo zo stromu. Je na zemi a je celé rozbité. ..rozbilo sa.... a napravo od jazera je dom. Dom ma dvere a dve okná. Dom ma komín. Z komína letí dym. Pri dome, okolo domu stojí človek a pes. A na poli je taktiež sviňa a krava.
Li Hi
Li Hi 11 meses atrás
Нормално е да разбирате всичко. 😀 Аз съм 🇧🇬, а рода на майка ми е от Северозападна България 😀. Тамошната ми маминка (баба) говореше като хърватите, странно ми бе като много малка. Все пак съм родена в Златна Добруджа 😀
Victor Szulzycki
Victor Szulzycki Anos atrás
I am Polish and what you say in Slovakian is 99% understandable to me. I think that Slovakian might be the closest to early Slavic language. Other slavic speakers understand it because of that, not because it is some wrongly presumed "mix of other Slavic languages.
Javorek BG
Javorek BG Anos atrás
@Ig Pro хижина бьйло и в устарельйх болгарских диалектов. Ето деревянньй домик, маленький, обьйчно в лесньйх поселениях. Сейчас хижа означает строение в горах, предназначеное для туристов - чтобьй отдьйхали/ночевали.
Ig Pro
Ig Pro 2 anos atrás
Russian version: Есть поле и на поле зелёная трава. Посреди поля озеро, а по озеру плавает птица. Из воды, из озера выскакивает рыба. Слева от озера - дерево, на нём нет листьев, голое дерево. На дереве есть гнездо, а в гнезде - яйца. Одно яйцо упало с дерева вниз. Оно на земле и полностью разбито. Справа от озера есть дом. Дом имеет дверь и два окна. У дома есть труба, а из трубы летит дым. Около дома стоит человек и собака (пёс). А на поле также есть свинья и корова. by Latin alphabet: Vowels with acutes are stressed, any consonant followed by *i* is palatalized, any consonant followed by *y* doesn't get palatalized. In Russian the present tense forms of the verb BE is omitted, so we have only one often used form *jesť* that we're also willing to discard. Jesť póľe i na póľe zieľónaja travá. Posriedí póľa óziero, a po ózieru plávajet ptíca. Iz vodý, iz óziera vyskákivajet rýba. Sľéva ot óziera - diérievo, na nióm niét lísťjev, góloje diérievo. Na diérievie jesť gniezdó, a v gniezdié - jájca. Odnó jajcó upálo s diérieva vniz. Onó na ziemľé i pólnosťju razbíto. Správa ot óziera jesť dom. Dom imiéjet dviérj i dva okná. U dóma jesť trubá, a iz trubý ľetít dym. Ókolo dóma stoít čieloviék i sobáka (piós). A na póľe tákže jesť svinjá i koróva.
Ig Pro
Ig Pro 2 anos atrás
@Radovan G. It's interesting, there's a word *хижина* (chížyna) in Russian, it means "a small house", often with a pejorative connotation.
Leonaяdo DiCapяio
Leonaяdo DiCapяio 2 meses atrás
This part was much harder for me as a Russian to understand
Дарья Стю
Дарья Стю 2 anos atrás
Момент, где Павел описывает свой рисунок, готова слушать бесконечно. Звучит, болгарский, потрясающе. 😊😊😊
Ni Che
Ni Che 2 meses atrás
Очередное доказательство, что словяне-братья!🇷🇼🇷🇺🇧🇾
Всё просто - Everything is simple
Интересно, теперь польский лучше понимаю, чем другие 😁
Georgi
Georgi 2 anos atrás
That was really interesting! I'm Bulgarian and I understood pretty much everything, but I think the Bulgarian guy was speaking too colloquially which may have made it a lot more difficult for the rest to understand. The Croatian and the Polish guys, in my opinion, tried to speak slower and clearer, which helps a lot.
Robert Kukuczka
Robert Kukuczka 8 meses atrás
You are totally right. I series like this poeple should try to speak slowly.
Mari Radi
Mari Radi 2 anos atrás
yes, croatian guy speak school croatian language when I listening school bulgarian, I understand 99% whot speaker said
Ganaa
Ganaa 2 anos atrás
I am a Mongolian who studied Russian language for 6 years in gimnaziya (primary-elemantary school, was drawing a picture as I was watching the video and ended up almost exact the same except the dog. Could understand 90% even the jokes. Good content!
Shima Kuso
Shima Kuso 2 anos atrás
Пёс старославянское, у нас больше собака в ходу:) хотя я и сам не понял на 100% пёс и корова, странное звучание.
MUSIC MIX
MUSIC MIX 2 anos atrás
Сайн байна)))
Konradp68
Konradp68 2 anos atrás
I'm an Italian native speaker and can speak Russian. I had never heard of the Interslavic language but I understood nearly all of it. Great!
xDASSLERx
xDASSLERx 3 anos atrás
I am Russian and I understand everything that is said e.g in Russian translit: Interslavic: vidite fotografije? Russian: vidite fotografii? Interslavic: na toj fotografije jest jedin člověk Russian: na toj fotografii est' odin chelovek Interslavic: jest mnogo drév Russian: est' mnogo derev'ev Interslavic: na toj fotografije jest voda Russian: na toj fotografii est' voda Interslavic: jest jezero Russian: est' ozero etc.
Anti Anti
Anti Anti 4 meses atrás
@Gojo Ţigan ещё и коммунякам за окончательное добивание русского.
Kyra
Kyra Anos atrás
Česky: Vidíte fotografii? Na té fotografii je jediný člověk Je mnoho dřevin Na té fotografii je voda Je jezero 👍
Natalia
Natalia Anos atrás
@Владимир 123 а может наоборот - стронемецкой от славянского слова хлеб адаптировано?
F-man 32
F-man 32 2 anos atrás
@Tornadoes или можно писать как чехи с диакритикой и не вставлять дополнительные j/y в середине слов, где и так понятно, что мягкая буква Например: ili možno pisat' kak čehi s diakritikoy I ne vstavlât' dopolnitelnîe j/y v seredine slov, gde i tak ponâtno, čto mâgkaya bukva
Прежде чем взять - отдай.
@Tornadoes даже для польского языка латиница не подходит, поэтому они одну букву Я пишут двумя латинскими буквами YA. И так во всем польском алфавите и не только в польском, в других западно славянских языках тоже самое, а все потому что они отказались от кириллицы, вернее азбуки.
FrekenSnork
FrekenSnork Mês atrás
Я русская и понимаю все, что он говорит))
SuperBulwy
SuperBulwy 2 anos atrás
Polish speaker here, i understand almost everything that was said in Inter-slavic, this language is amazing!
Ukropchik VS Greenstone
Вітання з України! 🇺🇦 I am Ukrainian and I understood 90% of the video! This language is just amazing! All slavs need it, 100%!
Scavenger
Scavenger 2 anos atrás
Not only did I realize how effective Interslavic language is - as a Pole I understood nearly everything - but also I found out how similar Croatian and Polish languages are. Really amazing. I've always been thinking that the only significantly similar to Polish language is Czech language, but it looks like now we have a runner-up!
fan_Tomasza
fan_Tomasza Mês atrás
Język czecho-słowacki jest podobny do polskiego
Life Amateur
Life Amateur 2 anos atrás
Czech is even more closer ;)
Neli Bakalova
Neli Bakalova 3 anos atrás
Много ми харесва идеята за общ език. Поздравления и дано някой ден това стане реалност! Искам да пожелая на всички славяни да са живи и здрави през новата 2020 година! П.п. Мили братя и сестри, не се карайте за неща от миналото, а гледайте напред♥️
TheOzumat
TheOzumat 3 dias atrás
@Ivan Aleksandrov Така е, да. И аз гледах интервюто с Войтех Мерунка и разбрах всичко без превод. Много интересна идея. Дори човек да не научи междуславянски, този език показва кои думи от родния му език са най-разбираеми за другите славяни. Повечето хора го възприемат като някаква архаична форма на собствения си език, но с чешки акцент, което не е изненадващо, щом езикът е създаден от чешки професор, въз основа на общите славянски корени.
Ivan Aleksandrov
Ivan Aleksandrov Anos atrás
@v v Доколкото съм чел, езика е направен изкуствено от всички славянски езици. Синтактично нашият Български език е малко по-опростен, заради отпадането на падежните форми, които повечето славянски езици са запазили. За сметка на това, при нас е силно развита глаголната форма и така от 12ти век насам (горе-долу).
v v
v v Anos atrás
Структуриран е изцяло на нашият език( поне аз го рабрах на 95%) ляво на всички езици си е ляво,но дясно само при нас звучи така. В другите езици е право. А нашето право е прямо,просто и т.н. Направи ми впечатление,че в интернационалният език дясно си е дясно....
Curious Pavel
Curious Pavel 2 anos atrás
Пожелавам ти една прекрасна 2021, Нели 🎉
Thunderhorse
Thunderhorse Anos atrás
Andrija (the Croat) missunderstood the word "komin" which means "chimney". He translated it to Croatian as "kamin" which means "fireplace". Croatian word for "chimney" is very different - "dimnjak". Without any context we definitely wouldn't understand the word "komin". But everything else was very simple to understand as a Croat.
Sliven Kage
Sliven Kage 2 anos atrás
Interslavic sounds like every slav being drunk As a Bulgarian I understood : Croatian : 90% Interslavic : 80% Polish : 40%
Aleks K
Aleks K Anos atrás
yes Bulgarian dude speaks very fast and with an accent.
МаркоСтипић MarkoStipich
@Christophe MARTINEAU "It's the same language that Serbs name Serbian and Croats Croatian." Miroslav Krleža
South J.
South J. Anos atrás
@Valentin Ivaniv Because more Old Slavic words are used in Croatian than in Serbian.
Igor Moraru
Igor Moraru Anos atrás
@Filip Jankovic that's a good point
Filip Jankovic
Filip Jankovic Anos atrás
@Igor Moraru As a Serbian I understood Bulgarian around 85%. But the point is that the Croatian guy speaks very slowly and articulate, unlike the Bulgarian guy who speaks so fast. If he spoke more slowly, i believe a lot more slavic languages speakers would understand him as the Bulgarian language uses a lot of old archaic slavic words
Aleks
Aleks 2 anos atrás
Я українець, та інтерслав'янська мова для мене виявилась повністю зрозумілою! Я вражений! Дякую за твою роботу, Норберте!
alexander karjalainen
alexander karjalainen 2 anos atrás
Я русский и все понимаю, это прекрасно, просто краше этого не придумать! Очень приятно ощутить что можно общаться благодаря этому языку всем славянским братьям
Mr. Hz(Хз)
Mr. Hz(Хз) 25 dias atrás
У арабов есть похожая штука , есть много вариантов арабского языка, а есть арабский класический, этот не является родным ни для одного арабского народа, но его препадоют в школах арабских стран, он нужен иза того, что арабы разных народов не понимают друг-друга, поэтому что бы понять они и испульзуют этот язык
Anti Anti
Anti Anti 4 meses atrás
@eitherfree английский не наш, а этот наш, и учить легче.
eitherfree
eitherfree 7 meses atrás
Так-то с братьями и на английском можно общаться неплохо :)
Dimitar Kandev
Dimitar Kandev 3 anos atrás
Интерславянски език е много добра идея! Браво , уникален клип! Поздрави от България!
рамкер
рамкер 2 anos atrás
@Николай Николаич777 +
Xmas
Xmas 2 anos atrás
Теперь я и болгарский начал понимать. Однако!
Katrin Hirosawa
Katrin Hirosawa 2 anos atrás
Ce realjno dobra ideja, počemu ž mí use ne vmeste, tak bílo b kuda garno mí ž Slovene use
Berry Punk
Berry Punk 3 anos atrás
я понял всё что ты написал
Dreser Deviant
Dreser Deviant 3 anos atrás
to nije ideja,mi to svi znamo
OlioBGMOTI - Bulgaria
OlioBGMOTI - Bulgaria 2 meses atrás
The bulgarian guy has a massive accent 😭
Ro Yeah
Ro Yeah Anos atrás
As a native Croatian, I understood almost all of the written interslavic. I would need a little more practice to understand it without reading at the same time, but it was a really interesting experience.
briantravelman
briantravelman Anos atrás
I speak Polish and I never knew such a language existed. Whoever came up with it a genius! I was able to understand 98%. I agree with another poster that this should be taught in Slavic schools. It's so useful. We are all brothers and sisters. It's nice to be able to understand eachother, especially Bulgarian, Russian and Belarusian which are quite different. The Bulgarian guy I couldn't understand at all, so it still does no good if the other person doesn't speak it.
Ivan Georgiev
Ivan Georgiev Anos atrás
You maybe did not understand him as hi did not speak “proper” Bulgarian as hi did use some slang words which are used unfortunately widely in Bulgaria as many young people sometimes exchange Bulgarian words for foreign ones .
Daria Dobrowolska
Daria Dobrowolska Anos atrás
Proszę więcej takich filmów! Nie dość, że wszystko zrozumiałam, to jeszcze nieźle się z Wami ubawiłam :D.
Aerinn
Aerinn 2 anos atrás
"Moja ptica stoi" 😂😂😂 Good to know, Andriej.
Magdalena Hrg
Magdalena Hrg 11 meses atrás
You could understand his mistake because word plava is blue in croatian.
Златимир Дуков ΖΔ
Jezero je presušeno 😀
Kyra
Kyra Anos atrás
😂
Majka Sad
Majka Sad Anos atrás
@_ 🤣🤣🤣
A Sv
A Sv Anos atrás
R-right. Ehmmm.
Hungarian with Sziszi
Hungarian with Sziszi 2 anos atrás
Amazing! I understood almost everything. I speak Polish and I went to Slavic studies I learned Russian and Serbian as well. This interslavic language sounds like a normal day at university how we ended up talking after a few drinks :D Good old days haha
Milu
Milu Anos atrás
Norbert, this is amazing! I'm Czech speaker and I understood absolutely everything said in interslavic. Someone should promote this language to become official. Thanks for this video. And please Keep going. It's fun to watch your language comparison videos.
Giorgi Tsikarishvili
Giorgi Tsikarishvili 2 anos atrás
I'm from Georgia and I started learning Russian in the school, when I was 7 years old. I've understood nearly everything in Interslavic. There were only two or three words which I couldn't guess at first.
Луди Жабац
Луди Жабац 2 anos atrás
Congrats,now u can visit half of Europe and socialize with locals,no problem lol (:
Martin Schmidt
Martin Schmidt 2 anos atrás
I speak Czech and a tiny bit of Polish that I picked up from Norbert's channel. I was able to draw the picture, just instead of a tree I drew a wood because in Czech "dřevo" means wood (the material). I really love these experiments! Greetings from Austria to all speakers and friends of Slavonic languages!!
ßadassElSkyflyio
ßadassElSkyflyio Anos atrás
Im Czech, and I understand aprox. 85% interslavic. 5% bulgarian 70% croatioan 90% polish
Kazimir Kharza
Kazimir Kharza 2 anos atrás
I'm Slovenian and I can't believe it, but I understood nearly every word... pretty amazing
Dragan Mitic
Dragan Mitic Anos atrás
Very interesting and very amusing video :) Im from Serbia and I understood almost everything. Languages from Bosnia, Croatia, Sebia and Montenegro are very similar and people from these countries understand very well. If you are researching dialects from the cities in south of Serbia you can find many old Serbian words that also exist in Russian or Bulgarian language and in Interslavic too
tatiana berk
tatiana berk 3 anos atrás
i a m Russian. and this was an amazing experiment. I understood almost everything in InterSlavic. Polish was a surprise for me. Sounds common and easy. But Bulgarian )))) We share the same alphabet but it was the hardest. And Croatian between them. So I think InterSlavic is a cool idea for us, to use it instead of English. Absolutely worth spreading. Thank you.
Robert Kukuczka
Robert Kukuczka 8 meses atrás
In the past I was in love in English, than I learnt Hungarian, Italian. And nowdays asa Polish living in Hungary I love all slavic languages. They are so beautiful. Thank you for the series.
Buddy
Buddy 2 anos atrás
@Judge Dredd "LOL but then us Americans won't understand you! ;D
Ilia Salaur
Ilia Salaur 2 anos atrás
Мда, Болгарский вообще странный немного. В нем есть как и славянские слова и латинские в одинаковом количестве (источник: мой дед, болгарин) я по идее понимаю Болгарский лучше так как знаю румынский (латинский язык , похож на итальянский)
Вячеслав Ким
Сделайте межзславянский язык главнее английского
Bojan Gambale
Bojan Gambale 2 anos atrás
Georgi is very right! Pavel speaks in a some kind of relax way, tries to be funny also and that's a reason definitely why Bulgarian sounds "Oh, what the f**k..." :-))). I'm a half Slovenian, half Serbian, always understand Bulgarian if I watch BG TV channels or movies, but here, ups, I can't "catch" what Pavel speaks. hehe....but, whole idea is so interesting. Браво, мајстори !!!!!! Велики Поздрав, Татјана!
Josip Rakonca
Josip Rakonca 2 anos atrás
I missed a false friend, "plava ptica". It's a blue bird in Croatian, and I took that meaning. We'd say "ptica pliva". But, we have "plav" as a word for swimming and floating conserved in "splav", Croatian word for a raft. Or in "poplava", for a flood.
Ales Novak
Ales Novak Anos atrás
In Slovenian language we also say "plava". "On plava" means "He's swimming"(or floating) Plavati means "to swim",which is "plivati" in Croatian language.
Mann
Mann 2 anos atrás
In russian language "swim" is плавать(plavat')
Marshal Topola
Marshal Topola 2 anos atrás
That's interesting, in polish we have spław for your splav(rafting) and powódź for your poplava. Cheers.
Jovan
Jovan 2 anos atrás
im from serbia, and when i heard him define the bird, i was like "why the hell is the bird blue?", only to realise later, that he meant swim
Karmen Georgieva
Karmen Georgieva 2 anos atrás
I come from Bulgaria and i m very interestet in other slavic languages so this video was very informative for me. i understand everything and i was suprised how much i also understand from the polish men. I didnt know that we have so many similar words. I very like this kind of videos i hope you will make more of them. I wish you all the best
Ecolinguist
Ecolinguist 2 anos atrás
Thank you very much! :D There is many more videos with Slavic languages on my channel. And more are in the making. :) Subscribe not to miss anything. ;)
Ross Marinov
Ross Marinov 3 anos atrás
I understood everything as a Bulgarian, it was a really good video, hope to see more like that!
Lucia Hrkútová
Lucia Hrkútová 2 anos atrás
I am Slovak and this language is amazing, Polish and Croatian was okay too, but I have the same outburst of laughter with Bulgarian as guys in the video- it is hard to understand anything in that language. I also noticed how some Polish pronunciation is identical to Slovak, sometimes I even forgot that he is speaking Polish.
Perun
Perun Anos atrás
BUlgariuan has a very different grammar to other slavic languages maybe that's why.
Alexander Zuev
Alexander Zuev 3 anos atrás
Теперь я понял, что мой сын лет до 3-4 говорил на интерславянском 😃
Anton Allen
Anton Allen 3 anos atrás
Я тоже! 😂 офигенный язык
franta nejedlý
franta nejedlý 3 anos atrás
Vypijeme vodku brace a potim uvidziš...., take chujoviny ňebudzeš patrec
Sotred Yurkin
Sotred Yurkin 3 anos atrás
@Черноризець Храбър ты тоже=)
Черноризець Храбър
🤣🤣🤣
Burlakidze
Burlakidze 3 anos atrás
Ой, ржунимагу. То так )
Robert Kukuczka
Robert Kukuczka 8 meses atrás
Very good series for mastering the knowledge of some salvic languages. I love this. I have learnt so much for the period of 2 years. I can go to any slavic country and I manage to understand its people living there. Greetings rom a Pole living in Hungary.
night scribbles
night scribbles 2 anos atrás
Damn this language is genius. Im polish and I understood everything and I see in the comments that it was easy for people from so many contries. I didnt thought it would work so well, Im actually impressed!
Matija Jelinić
Matija Jelinić 2 anos atrás
I’m Australian and speak Croatian moderately well for a 14 year old. The language actually seems to work well with a few different worlds I couldn’t understand same as the Andrija guy.
Unique Music Spot
Unique Music Spot 2 anos atrás
@Young Hefner cuz he and/or his ancestries had moved there 🤦🏽‍♂️😅
morbidsearch
morbidsearch 2 anos atrás
@Young Hefner Same reason most Australians have English names
Young Hefner
Young Hefner 2 anos atrás
If you're Australian why do you have a jugoslav name
BaknTV
BaknTV 2 anos atrás
I am Bosnian 🇧🇦, and I understood everything 😂 I want to learn this language
Almir Mekanovic
Almir Mekanovic Anos atrás
Zivijo alija
milić
milić 3 anos atrás
I am Serbian and understood almost everything, hope this language becomes more popular so we can be like one big family that we are braćo!
Platinum Music
Platinum Music Anos atrás
@Can SS O kurwa
milić
milić 2 anos atrás
@Mari Radi pod broj jedan, to se nikada neće desiti. Pod broj dva, i da se desi, koga boli kurac, šta je loše u tome. Možeš da ideš gde oćeš bez pasoša :)
Mari Radi
Mari Radi 2 anos atrás
neka naprave i intergermanski i interromanski jezik pa ćemo na kraju ukinuti nacionalne jezike i imati jednu svjetsku vladu
GresMaster
GresMaster 2 anos atrás
I like the braćo at the end
Wiktor Mastalerz
Wiktor Mastalerz 2 anos atrás
@Uzbagoitel 777 You're right, but the biggest power of interslavic is something like "reversed understanding". You can speak with basically everyone in central/eastern Europe, they will understand you, and by learning interslavic, there are big chances you will understand them.
Losarpet Tystrakos
Losarpet Tystrakos 2 anos atrás
Amazing! I've never heard about the interslavic language before, but I could understand 100%. Every single word. And I'm not a linguist or a language expert, just speak 2 slavic languages.
Aces High
Aces High Anos atrás
So nice! I understood Interslavic very well and all of Croatian. Polish was much more difficult but I understood the basic words. Im Bulgarian, Pavel spoke very fast and used a little slang, so maybe because of that it was more difficult to understand for others. Im sure if he spoke slow and clear like Andria the Croatian guy, other slavic people would understand much more. Anyway nice video and Greetings to all Slavs and All who are watching this.
Sergey Anisimov
Sergey Anisimov 2 anos atrás
Как интересно. То что говорит Михал понятно абсолютно всё! Ну просто вообще всё.
Josip Rakonca
Josip Rakonca 2 anos atrás
The most interesting interslavic word for me, as Croatian, in this video, is "komin": we, in fact, have that word, it describes basic peasant fireplace in a house where you can cook your food in a big pot. We have, as Andrija said, a "kamin", which is a fireplace in a contemporary, modern house (you don't cook your food on it, it's used as a decoration or to warm a house). We have an "ognjište", which comes from Croatian archaic word for fire "oganj", which is closely related to Sanskrit word for fire "agni". "Ognjište" is by original meaning closely related to "komin", but it's mostly used as another word for home/house/place of origin.
Emo Drums
Emo Drums Anos atrás
Комин- Komin Croatian and Bulgarian same...
Slavko
Slavko Anos atrás
I'm from dalmatia and the word "komin" is mostly used to describe a fireplace which is used for cooking food
Javorek BG
Javorek BG Anos atrás
@ezodragon И на български е оджак.- западна България. На изток повече се ползва огнище. Обаче това, дето стърчи от покрива, насекъде си е комин или кумин. Комин вероятно е от латински или още по-старо, защото на много е езици е чимни или шемине и т.н. Или идва от връзката с камен - направено е от каменье. А думата оджак и в руския я има като очаг, със същото значение. Или е много старославянска или е дошла от тюркските езици (при тях от татарите).
AthanatosBG
AthanatosBG Anos atrás
@Ivan Aleksandrov I don't know about other regions, I'm from South-Eeastern region and my grand-mother used that word (she passed away 20 years ago). May be you're too young (I'm almost 50).
Ivan Aleksandrov
Ivan Aleksandrov Anos atrás
@AthanatosBG this must be in a very specific area of Bulgaria that they call it 'odzhak' as I've never even heard of the word and my parents are from western and sounth-central Bulgaria, so am familiar with both dialects. But it may be that I've simply never encountered it before through the people around me, so... yeah.
JessitoBG
JessitoBG 2 anos atrás
I'm from Bulgaria, and I understood 99% of the words. Some of the words sounded old or something my grandparents would use, but I still got them. I didn't know interslavic existed. It would be so cool to learn it at school so we could all understand each other.
Vedran the pianist
Vedran the pianist Anos atrás
Rarely see any Macedonians in the comments. Im from Skopje, i understand every language (polish with a little difficulty but if i try i could understand what hes trying to say) this interslaciv should be taught at schools, i understood like 99%. Every Slac should learn this itll be awesome to see people from all the Slavic nations speaking this language. Поздрав од Скопје, сите имајте убав ден!
Teodora Todorova
Teodora Todorova Anos atrás
Страхотно видео, мерси!!! 🇧🇬
Aida Buljkic
Aida Buljkic 2 anos atrás
I've never heard of this concept but it is genius! I understood everything
Kyra
Kyra Anos atrás
I would learn this language, I wish it was taught and spoken! I understood everything in the common Slavic language, most in Polish and very little from the remaining two languages. I'm Czech.
Инког Инкогнито
Jestem z Rosji i wszystko zrozumiałem, jesteśmy braćmi! Norbert, Dziękuję za wideo!
B P
B P Anos atrás
It is amazing how the guys could not understand each other perfectly when they spoke their native languages, yet Interslavic transferred information with total clarity to each of them.
J. M.
J. M. 2 anos atrás
I am Czech with some knowledge of Russian. The interlanguage is quite easy to understand for me. Especially topic 2, when they speak about tree, lake, bird and such ancient rudimentary matters, it is magic how everything is crystal clear immediately. As for practical use, we all know that there is little use for an additional lingua franca beyond English.
no name
no name 2 anos atrás
Hahaha omg it was so adorable. I'm from Russia and I understood everything in Iterslavic language. Polish is getting more and more understandable. I can say that Croatian is a bit easier to understand for me, even than Polish but Bulgarian is quite difficult 🙃
Maksim Samoilov
Maksim Samoilov 8 meses atrás
Я из России, сейчас изучаю чешский язык. Болгарская часть была самой сложной, на интерславянском и хорватском все было понятно. Спасибо Вам за видео! Jsem s Ruska a začal studovat češtinu. Bulharska část byla nejtěžká, ale mezislovanštinu a chorvatštinu rozumil jsem všechno. Děkuju Vám za video! I'm from Russia, and now I'm learning Czech. Bulgarian part was the most difficult one, but I got everything on Interslavic and Croatian. Thank you for the video!
opa laa
opa laa 2 anos atrás
Absolutely great! When Slavic languages are written, I can understand almost all of it, Interslavic is so cool!
K Khariy
K Khariy Anos atrás
Watching these videos, I came to understand Interslavic little by little! I'm gonna keep studying Russian and other Slavic languages, wish me luck!
Dayan Balevski
Dayan Balevski 3 anos atrás
As a Bulgarian, Pavel speaks very quick and extremely casually, this is mainly the reason it may be harder for others to understand him.
marryday
marryday 3 anos atrás
@Andrey Antonov я посмотрел во это brvid.net/video/video-HL4J3-WXJwg.html все еще ничего не понял 🙃 и похоже что русский парень тоже не особо понимал) и вы видимо забыли дать ссылки на два видео.
Andrey Antonov
Andrey Antonov 3 anos atrás
@marryday вот ещё два видео с девушками из Болгарии. Вторая из них вообще произносит многие слова, как будто она русская :) Но она болгарка, что интересно. Вот как может различаться произношение каждого человека :)
Andrey Antonov
Andrey Antonov 3 anos atrás
@marryday brvid.net/video/video-M8AxBY7d7G0.html
Andrey Antonov
Andrey Antonov 3 anos atrás
@marryday brvid.net/video/video-HL4J3-WXJwg.html
Andrey Antonov
Andrey Antonov 3 anos atrás
@marryday, на канале Норберта есть по крайней мере одно видео с болгарским участником, которое я хорошо понял. Там девушка из Болгарии, а также парень из другой страны.
Max Tsymbalov
Max Tsymbalov 7 meses atrás
Забавно, как к концу ролика понимание всей речи возрастает практически до 90 процентов. Было бы круто, если бы в школах помимо родного и английского языка, преподавали междуславянский язык хотя бы в качестве факультатива
Mr DanroK
Mr DanroK Mês atrás
Было бы прикольно. Но тут уже кто захочет
Adam Piskorski
Adam Piskorski 2 anos atrás
Myślę, że ten język jest genialny ;)
Daniel N
Daniel N 2 meses atrás
It's amazing just how much I could understand! I'm Indian and I've lived in Ukraine for 6 years and Russia for 3 during which I picked up Russian and Ukrainian. So this constructed language to me seems like a huge interslavic Surzhyk.
YoflamOcard22
YoflamOcard22 2 anos atrás
Więcej filmów o języku miedzysłowiańskim proszę! To jest ekstra!
Mejan Memi
Mejan Memi 2 anos atrás
This language is amazing! I can playback video at twice the speed and don't have any problems understanding. As s Slovene I can usually understand Serbo-Croatian but I don't understand any other slavic languages.
Ruslan Petrov
Ruslan Petrov 8 meses atrás
Угарал всё видео, сам не знаю с чего, просто братья славяне так душевно сидят и тепло болтают на межславянском. Кстати я понял 100%, что они говорят
M
M 2 anos atrás
As a speaker of serbian ,who also speaks a little bit of Russian, I can say I understood 98% of interslavic. I can also understand 90% of Bulgarian when I read it but in spoken language i get lost cause they speak too fast. Polish is weird but I still understood most of it.
John G
John G Anos atrás
Haha, this was hilarious, really entertaining, as a L2 speaker of Russian I could understand most of it and was really entertained by how the interslavic comments made me understand the Bulgarian, Polish and Croatian better :)
Mrn0sferatu
Mrn0sferatu 3 anos atrás
I'm Turkish and learning Russian, studied in Poland for 6 months and worked in Serbia for 2 months. Interslavic is the perfect language for me :D
Златимир Дуков ΖΔ
Aşkolsun😀
Christophe MARTINEAU
Christophe MARTINEAU 2 anos atrás
@Laure Thiabaud-Vespierre bonjour ça (le "bhs") signifie que c'est la même langue avec des nuances selon les pays que vous apprenez ? L'écriture cyrillique est-elle la même entre la Russie et la Serbie, le Bosniaque s'ecrit-il en Cyrillique ?
Laure Thiabaud-Vespierre
I'm french, i'm learning russian and bhs (bosnian, croatian, serbian) and i tend to mix those languages up -.- so yeah this interslavic language is perfect
Mrn0sferatu
Mrn0sferatu 2 anos atrás
@Jon Pulling Sure I am not offended no worries, cheers :)
Jon Pulling
Jon Pulling 2 anos atrás
I'm not a Muslim either bruh ;)... But I the reference rubs you the wrong way, I apologize sincerely. It was definitely intended as a high praise - not as an offensive comment ;)... Respect!
Елеонора Ѓорѓиевска
Јас сум од Македонија и разбрав се. Интерславјанскиот јазик е многу практичен јазик за разбирање помеѓу словенските народи.
Anders Svart
Anders Svart 2 anos atrás
Greetings from Russia! 🇷🇺 For me Interslavic language is absolutely intelligible, because many words are similar or really close to Russian ones. But most of all I was surprised how intelligible are Croatian and Polish (Bulgarian is just a little bit harder to me notwithstanding the fact that it uses Cyrillic letters)
TheOzumat
TheOzumat 2 dias atrás
Повечето руснаци лесно разбират българския език в писмен вид. Разговорен - не толкова. Мисля, че същото се отнася и за българите спрямо руския език.
Georgy K
Georgy K Anos atrás
@Eddy Bulich Russian and Ukranian languages have borrowings from turkic languages. It also interferes with full communication.
Eddy Bulich
Eddy Bulich 2 anos atrás
Croatian / Serbian seems to be very close to old Church Slavonic. When i talk with my Russian friends they some of the Croatian words were like an archaic form of Russian. The older the Russian speaker was, the better they understood me. Russian has many new adapted words from French, English - words such as Armija, Soldat etc
Lil Weasel  ♡
Lil Weasel ♡ 2 anos atrás
For me (Croatian), the intelligibility of the descriptions was as follows: 1. Croatian (dUh) 2. Polish (only a few words didnt understand :O) 3. Bulgarian Interslavic is very interesting EDIT; maybe the Bulgarian speaker got creative w his descriptions so I didn't understand as much as if it was slower and simpler Dont know hah EDIT;upon relistening he was defo more creative
Lil Weasel  ♡
Lil Weasel ♡ 2 anos atrás
@Young Hefner wouldn't kno
Young Hefner
Young Hefner 2 anos atrás
He had an accent
Strictly Underground Funk
Yeah, he wasn't very eloquent either.
Konstantin Strelkin
Konstantin Strelkin 2 anos atrás
I'm Russian and I perfectly understand interslavic! I want to learn this language! And I came up with an idea that all Slavic people must learn this one! It would be great to speak it with each other.
Eugene S
Eugene S 2 meses atrás
I speak Russian and Ukrainian, and everything was so clear. I also understood each of you without any problems.
FusionAMD
FusionAMD 2 anos atrás
это же гениально, послушал видео, почитал страничку с информацией о языке - это значительно бы облегчило жизнь всей славянской Европе) Удивительно, что один из сооснователей вообще из Нидерландов) Браво)
Iso
Iso 2 anos atrás
I'm from Croatia and can mostly understand it. Kinda sounds just like distorted Croatian
Emmanuel Jarri
Emmanuel Jarri 2 anos atrás
Amazing Video !! I'm so glad to see all of you manage to understand each other and NOW I WANT TO LEARN INTERSLAVIC ! :-)
Игорь Брилёв
Я все понимаю что они говорят, как будто на ломаном русском языке😁 прикольно парни, добра💪🏻
Veronika Ledvinová
Veronika Ledvinová 9 meses atrás
I'm Czech and I understood everything in interslavic language, great job! :)
Олег Архипович
Hello, my friends! I am from Belarus. In our country we talking on russian language, but also use belarusian. So i perfectly understand all of your speech. Its really wonderful interslavik language, that can be useful in everyday life
Ivailo Tsokov
Ivailo Tsokov Anos atrás
Much love from Bulgaria for all my slav brothers and sisters. Lets be the best friends, because we have so much in common!!! ❤️❤️🇸🇰🇭🇷🇧🇬🇷🇺🇵🇱🇲🇰🇺🇦 Forgive me if i missed someone.. love for you too!!!
nie
nie 3 anos atrás
finally we have a 'foreign' language that is like a native tongue to everyone and our slavic accent is an adventage and we won't be discriminated against our accent anymore;)
Евгений Метлев
В междуславянской письменности требуется использовать КИРИЛЛИЦУ. Многие славянские звуки на кириллице писать удобнее, чем на латинице! Например "щ" - "szcz"
Vladimir Pupovac
Vladimir Pupovac 3 anos atrás
@Status Quo Весь мой брат в ближайшие два года будет изучать настоящую историю сербов, даже Токио. Это всего лишь попытка изобрести новый язык для всех славян, стереть сербский язык, на котором говорят все. Мой брат, мы братья буквально и по вере, и по флагу, и самое главное в крови. И почему мы так сильно тебя любим, необъяснимо, что некоторые даже не знают, что мы одной крови. Подавляющее большинство россиян не знают, что они изначально сербы. По летописи Нестора. А также к нашим старым писаниям, биографу Святого Саввы. Это написано при дворе императора Душана Великого. Здесь никого нет, но Русина = Здесь никого нет, кроме русских. ... Я только изучаю русский язык, я получаю помощь с переводчиком Google. Извините, если есть какие-либо ошибки. Он любит тебя и любит своего брата. И мы молимся за приход последнего православного русского императора из рода Романовых. Который приведет Сербию, ведомую Богом, к Андрею, который является монахом в России. И он даже не знает, что он является потомком святой династии Неманжиков. Российский император Михаил будет короновать его в Крушеваце. И это время приходит мой брат. Когда на сцене появится антихрист, Бог пошлет русского императора. Да здравствует Сестра Россия и Мать Сербия.
Status Quo
Status Quo 3 anos atrás
@Vladimir Pupovac Спасибо за ответ. Xорошо знаете русский ) Во всяком случае, кириллица более удобна для большинства славянских языков жаль что так сложилась история. Если ещё интересна тема общего языка, рекомендую узнать о Юрии Крижаниче (Juraj Križanić)
Vladimir Pupovac
Vladimir Pupovac 3 anos atrás
@Status Quo Нет, кириллица является официальным письмом. Если вы так думаете в комментариях. Лично мне сложно найти буквы на клавиатуре. Ну, я также использую латиницу, потому что у меня есть семьи, которые остались в Хорватии, поэтому они никогда не изучали кириллицу. Но когда я пишу комментарий, где гость Радован Дамьянович - наш уважаемый лингвист и историк. Затем я меняю клавиатуру. Но я схожу с ума, когда пишу два предложения в поисках букв. Христос родился, брат!
Status Quo
Status Quo 3 anos atrás
@Vladimir Pupovac Почему сербы не уважают официальную кириллицу ?
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