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    Posted: 07-Nov-2006 at 12:59
Heh heh, to whoever listed french as your favorite or least favorite, do you mean parisian french?  There are different french accents that sound as different as Queen's English and German..

For example in this video the beginning is in standard french, then the guy starts talking in quebec french..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqXjnUJN95Q

to whoever said canadian french is harsher.. it could be, but it depends on the speaker, for example this france-french hiphop video compared to a quebec one, tell me who is speaking in a harsher accent;)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5AIVfQpqHc
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxs4Befxopw


Oh well, you can always find a harsh dialect of pretty much any language, it varies.
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I like Italian. It sounds like music. Very melodic language. Also Romanian are nice
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  Quote EGETRK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06-Oct-2006 at 02:17
what does Trk sounds like for u???as an arap language???
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  Quote mermaid Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10-Sep-2006 at 08:46
Best:Itallian,Spanish,Japanese,Hebrew
Worst:Chinese,Swedish,Dutch,Armenian,Persian
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  Quote Arpad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10-Oct-2005 at 07:54

i reckon persian is a very nice language. here is why--

 

Countless amounts of dialects, some sound harsher more like turkish to non speakers, while some dialects are oft and melodious sounding like an european language to non speakers. I personallu like the accent of farsi spoken in Tehran,, it is so soft, and i love the way the drag the words in the end for example-

 

If i was to say 'yes im good thankyou' in my accent it would souns like this

: BAHLE HUBEM TASIKUR.

but in the tehrani accent it is softer and melodious to hear ans ounds like this

: BAAHLEE KHUBAM MERCIII, or KHUBAM KHAILI MAMNOON

*btw i wrote it how it is said.

Here is a little saying i remember my cousin always singing to me im not sure if i saying it 100% right but here goes -

DOKHTARA SHIR AN MESLE SHAMSHIR AN,,,, PESARA MOOSH AN MESLE KHARGOOSH AN.

and it is said like this

THOGHTARA SHEER AN MESLE SHEEMSHEER AN,,, PESARHA MUSH AN MESLE GHARGHUSH AN.

we dont use the guttural sounds of arabic in farsi, and the cool thing about it is that unlike arabic or turkish (i think ) or many other languages , it can be spoken to sound like asiatic language (ie., turkish), it can be spoken in russian, east european accent, and also in west european,, romance accents. I have actually seen some1 speak farsi in an italian accent and it was unbelievable how italianoid it sounded and it was preety cool.

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  Quote Seko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 21:09
Oh yeah! The worst thing for a novice is to hear your selected language of choice from some hyperactive locals.
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  Quote Heraclius Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 20:55

 I love English, yes I am totally biased but what the hell, aside from English I like Italian and Japanese, one thing I find amazing about most foreign languages is how they are spoken so fast, there doesnt sound like theres a gap between words in some languages. Just sounds like one massive word  however of course im going to say that.

 It's just baffling, in English unless somebody is a right motormouth and its impossible to hear properly then you can recognise when one word ends and begins, the reason ive never been good with some foreign languages is to me anyway they seem to be spoken incredibly fast compared to my native language.

 Italian and Japanese though are just lovely sounding languages.



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  Quote Seko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 20:47

How rude of me to make a criticism and not produce my own language preference. Now I'm open for a beating.

Here it is in no particular preferential order:

-French

-British and Scottish English (Cockney too sometimes)

-Istanbulite Efendi Turkish

-Italian

-Japanese

 

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  Quote Seko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 20:42
It probably depends on which accent of French. Nothing against the Canadians, of course, but Quebec French sounds harsher than those from France.
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  Quote Constantine XI Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 20:21

To be honest I think French sounds best, whatever you think of the French their speech still sounds very elegant.

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  Quote Pharoah Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 18:32
definitely French is the nicest language to hear.
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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09-Oct-2005 at 14:05

which language sounds better?

Since i never leave my country... and not so many people i know out of malaysia... I just can rely on one major source.. 'broadcasting channel'

well of course.. drama and movies from other countries...

Here is my choice...

*Arab - it's sound like a sophisticated lang... ahahha... but a little harsh..

*Spanish - I just love 'Mis Tres Hermanas'

*Urdu / Hindi

*Persian - It sounds lovely to me...

......... well... that's it....

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english and northern albanian hah
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  Quote aknc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-May-2005 at 13:35
yeah,french is too ghghghghg,kinda like snorting(no offense)italian is better
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  Quote Gazi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-May-2005 at 09:09

Originally posted by tzar

damn, then how was friend. I remember something like karadash or arkadash or something near them

You are right arkada (or arkadash) means friend.

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Italian sounds the best to me...

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  Quote tzar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-May-2005 at 07:55
damn, then how was friend. I remember something like karadash or arkadash or something near them
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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-May-2005 at 07:10
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Originally posted by aknc

 Karadeniz Turkish

Is this means friendly turkish??

French and of course Bulgarian

No. Karadeniz= Kara+Deniz (Tenghiz in old Turkish) means Black Sea. So it is the Turkish dialect that is spoken in the southeastern coasts of Black sea by Lazic people. Because they didnt have some specific Turkish sounds in their past language before, they have a very interesting dialect which is like a Turkish that is spoken like Lazish. But I dont like it much. I prefer Lazish rather than this mixed up dialect.

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  Quote tzar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07-May-2005 at 05:32
Originally posted by aknc

 Karadeniz Turkish

Is this means friendly turkish??

French and of course Bulgarian

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