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post #1 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 14th, 2003, 08:09 Thread Starter
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Well, we (Maybe just me) constantly seem to be falling off topic in other threads so I decided to create one for random things.

I have just signed up to start taking my Slovenian Classes this week and I will be starting on the 11th of October. This is because they have just finished teaching this term and that is when they start next. However, the main thing is that I will learn it.

P.S. Where has everyone been the last to days, the forum has gone quiet??
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post #2 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 15th, 2003, 08:14
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I have just signed up to start taking my Slovenian Classes this week and I will be starting on the 11th of October. This is because they have just finished teaching this term and that is when they start next. However, the main thing is that I will learn it.
Good for you, you will learn one of the most complicated european languages.

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post #3 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 15th, 2003, 09:35 Thread Starter
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Yes, but perhaps I will be a natural at it.
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post #4 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 15th, 2003, 10:12
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OK, lesson #1: How do you say hallo in slovenian?

Really NZS good luck with your classes. It's true what OAnimal says though, it's one of the toughest languages outthere, well in Europe atleast. I have no doubts that you will learn it in reasonable time!

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OK, lesson #1: How do you say hallo in slovenian?
Dober dan! ----- I think that is how, dont know about spelling though

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Really NZS good luck with your classes. It's true what OAnimal says though, it's one of the toughest languages outthere, well in Europe atleast. I have no doubts that you will learn it in reasonable time!
Thanks Walter, I am really looking forward to the classes, I have been waiting to learn this for a while now
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Dober dan! ----- I think that is how, dont know about spelling though
Great! And the informal term is "živjo", "žio" or something like this!

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Yes, I knew that also. I said 'Hello' and you said 'Hi' if I am correct.
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post #8 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 15th, 2003, 11:36
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Damn you're right. Hey it seems like you know a thing or two about slovenian after all. Super!

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post #9 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 15th, 2003, 11:54 Thread Starter
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Yes, but that isnt much at all I also know how to say 'How are you?' formally and informally. If I was speaking to someone I dont know that well I would say 'kako ste?' If I was speaking to family or close friends I would say 'kako si?' As far as I know that is how it works.
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You've got tallent there my boy!

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You've got tallent there my boy!
Yes, but that is where the talent runs out, for the time being
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Veliko sreče pri učenju slovenščine NZS

I hope everybody survived the move! Peace was restored and speed returned

P.S. I won't be around much in the next few days, gotta go see what my Juve is up to
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Veliko sreče pri učenju slovenščine NZS
As soon as I find out what that means I'll post a reply

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I hope everybody survived the move! Peace was restored and speed returned

P.S. I won't be around much in the next few days, gotta go see what my Juve is up to
Yes, Thank God that we finally have our speed back.

Why does checking on 'Your Juve' take a couple of days??
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post #14 of 1899 (permalink) Old September 18th, 2003, 09:42
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Well Torino is not really close to Ljubljana so staying there a night or two makes sense Besides I'm not going there only to see Juve ...

BTW, do you have any slovenian friends there in Australia? I know that quite a few Slovenians live there.
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Well Torino is not really close to Ljubljana so staying there a night or two makes sense Besides I'm not going there only to see Juve ...
Yes, now that I think of it, it makes more sense than ever

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Apart from my mothers family, no. I have quite a few Serbian friends though. Maybe the Slovenians all live in other states of Australia In my school I am the only Slovenian (Besides brother and sister) so I am unique Plus, Australia is a very multicultural country so I am sure there is some of every country in here.
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Hey since this is called other topics discussion I can't help myself but not to ask you If you are going to that shitty referendum on sunday. I think it's total crap this, and I won't go. It just pisses me off, things like that. Anyway just wanted to know if anyone else shares my thoughts, NZS is not counting here of course since he lives Downunder.

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I will go, because it's ridiculous. I just love ridiculous referendums. And I will vote for the shops to be opened on Sundays as much as they wish. I mean, a lot of people have to work on Sundays, why should people working in shops and supermarkets be an exception? What's next, referendum for hospitals to be closed on Sundays?

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I've decided to take a new policy towards this stupid referendums...

I'm going on every one of them and voting against the people that proposed it...
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I've decided to take a new policy towards this stupid referendums...

I'm going on every one of them and voting against the people that proposed it...
Good policy.

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I agree with you guys, these referendums are ridicolous, stupid, pointless, a waste of time and money, and a lot of other things to go along with that! Fak them!

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