(Today’s Note) : Languages I wish to Learn


Only short notes but hopefully It will work….. If I have got a chance to study more languages, I’d like to develop the following languages (based on language families).

Afro-Asiatic (Semitic Branch) : Deepened Arabic since exposed at school.
Austronesian languages : More about Filipino, Cebuano, Winaray, Kapampangan or Ilocano (at least I know some words..hahay), Balinese, more Sundanese or Tetun
Indo-Iranian languages : Hindustani, Bengali, Persian (that’s all)
Slavic languages : Russian and Polish (just two then heheh)
Ural-Altaic languages : Finnish, Hungarian, and Turkish surely though it is different branch.

Others? Wait for a moment then! Some have been learnt, but hopefully I can master it if I have got time.

Have a nice weekend

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. nengwie says:

    hhmmm..belajar bahasa apa yah? bhs Sunda yang baik dan benar hehehe

    Bhs.Perancis, soalnya tiga anak-anak saya selain pake bhs Jerman, mereka kadang pake bhs Perancis, emaknya bengong doong 😀

    1. Hehehehehee…bahasa Jawa juga sekalian

      1. nengwie says:

        Oh iyaa betuul… bahasa Jawa ngapak hehehe
        soalnya kang mas dari Pemalang yg pakai bhs jawa ngapak 😀

      2. Jawanya beda sama Jawaku kalo gitu hehehee

      3. nengwie says:

        Mas Bambang mah pasti bhs Jawanya yang halus yaaah… mas Tri mah aneh kalau ngomong hehehe

      4. Bahasa Jawaku kasar..Jawa Timuran…masih beda dg bahasa Jawa baku.

    1. Aseekkkk…meluncur ke TKW

  2. Ojrak says:

    Heee belajar sama-sama yuuuk…

  3. JNYnita says:

    aku mau belajar bahasa kalbu aja deh… #eaaaa…

    1. Itu mah gak usah belajar kalheeee

  4. Bicolano says:

    I have always wanted to study Bahasa… But never had any material to study the language.

    1. You can find similar words first. We’re from the same root and you can see it from the closest.

      Kerbau – kalabaw
      Kambing – kambing
      Berita – balita (in Bahasa it refers to toddlers) – bareta
      Musang – musang
      Aku (saya :formal) – ako
      Kamu, kau (anda: formal) – ikaw
      Sakit -sakit

      Grammatically Bahasa is simpler than Tagalog, then.

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