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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by luka82, Sep 9, 2011.
Do you? :smile:
LOL, well considering I don't speak another language, that would be a 'negatory'
Fansi, ju spik d langvidž ov lav!
(Fancy, you speak the language of love - Serbian transcription- LOL)
LOL Luka... no need for translation on that.. I got it "da furst tyme..."
i speak Japanese in my sleep. mumbling away about who knows what.
heaps of dreams in french. sometimes people in my dreams are speaking languages other than english. sometimes i can understand 'em. other times i dream in sub-titles.
No, but this morning I dreamed that I owned a miniature bull that grinned and wore psychadelic sunglasses and a ballcap. :bigeyes2:
I often dream in english. Usually I dream the language of love, a language we all understand :biggrin1:
But last night I had the weirdest dream in Arabic. People talked in Arabic and I didn`t get a thing! :frown1:
When I was first learning french...many years ago I had a dream in french. I was so plesed when I woke up! It felt like the language was becoming a part of me...which made me feel good.
Apart from using French a little in Quebec many years later I haven't used the language. Such a shame because it's such a lovely language.
Every now and again I'll have a few lines of Russian in my dreams.
Were they yelling? I think arabic always sounds like yelling. We have this turkish comedian here in Germany who makes fun of languages. Very funny!
I once had a dream where everyone was speaking Spanish....I evidently understood what was being said but for the life of me now, I have no idea what was said.
I think if you speak more than one language, you're bound to at times. As a previous poster mentioned, it's exciting dreaming in a language that you're learning as it feels more like you're getting to grips with it.
My family is bi and/or multi-lingual and we all dream in different languages. It's also quite funny trying to translate a dream from a different language when recalling it to someone, since dream logic is already quite confusing most times :tongue:
When I have spent time in a foreign country whose language I am learning, I will at some point have dreams in that language. Not long ago I had a dream in which, with some difficulty, I formulated a statement in German. I remembered the utterance upon waking up and was relieved to find that it was in fact grammatically correct.
What was it?
Sorry: that was a while ago and I have no recollection of the sentence. I am pretty sure that it was not particularly complicated. I just remember that I had such a dream because it has happened far more often that when I can recollect a string of words in a foreign language from a dream it turns out to be nonsense.
i studied japanese whist in tokyo in the early 1990's. became friends w/some classmates and even to this date, i have dreams that i am in japan, like i was back in the 1990's.....and yes even doing the dirty deed and it's all in japanese...........oooh and it's clear as a blue-ray dvd. lol........
Aww, too bad. Here I was hoping it had to do with me.:tongue: Hey, one can hope :biggrin1:
Oh, no, no...I find Arabic very ellegant! :biggrin1:
Especially the dialect spoken in Liban.
Turkish and Arabic, even if they have many words sounding similar or the same, belong to two different language families. They are not as similar as people think. :smile:
I don't speak conversational german, but I can get by when I'm there... ordering food, asking directions or cost, etc.
However, my subconscious thinks I am fully german fluent. The strange part is, I fully understand what is being said and when I wake up, the words spoken are pretty much grammatically correct. So I speak better german in my sleep than when I wake up.