Slovenian Language | Can Polish speakers understand it?

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Ecolinguist

Ecolinguist

3 жыл бұрын

In this video, you'll see how well Polish speakers can understand the Slovenian Language. 🤓 Polish and Sloven both belong to the Slavic Language Family. Let's see how mutually intelligible they are.
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@Ecolinguist
@Ecolinguist 3 жыл бұрын
🤓 Polish Language | Can Russian speakers understand it? → kzbin.info/www/bejne/oWi6mWOJqsmYq8U
@mustneverdie
@mustneverdie 3 жыл бұрын
Отлично, прекрасно, понимаю. Классное видео. Я его смотрел. Ещё снимай Норберт. Спасибо за ваш труд!
@kirillmiliutin9882
@kirillmiliutin9882 3 жыл бұрын
Czy pan nie myślał zrobić taki filmik z Ukraincem, który się urodził i wychował w Kanadzie bez znajomości języka rosyjskiego, i z Rosjaninem, który by wymyślił dla tego Ukrainca jakieś rosyjskie słowa do zgadywania? Moim zdaniem to byłby bardzo dobry pomysł.
@thefunny5706
@thefunny5706 3 жыл бұрын
Норберт, привет, а на сколько ты хорошо говоришь и понимаешь? Русский? Может какойнить ролик новый сделаешь на эту тему? How good you can talk and speak on Russian, maybe time is become for new video about this topic? Its would be very interesting for us i guess
@Rubtsovskball
@Rubtsovskball 3 жыл бұрын
@@kirillmiliutin9882 очень интересная идея.
@amjan
@amjan 3 жыл бұрын
@@kirillmiliutin9882 Zly pomysl. Ukrainiec urodzony w Kanadzie to nawet ukrainskiego nie bedzie dobrze znal.
@arvantsaraihan5777
@arvantsaraihan5777 3 жыл бұрын
I remember that 'otrok' means child in Slovenian but slave in Slovak and I find that to be funny and awesome 😂
@arvantsaraihan5777
@arvantsaraihan5777 3 жыл бұрын
It reminds me of the word 'budak' in Indonesian and Malay. It means slave in Indonesian but child in Malay. I wonder why this happened in both cases 😂
@thomasmartinec6785
@thomasmartinec6785 3 жыл бұрын
In Czech too :D
@ilijamitrevski1210
@ilijamitrevski1210 3 жыл бұрын
Ohhh I thought she was talking about poison since it sounds so similar to Macedonian otrov
@arvantsaraihan5777
@arvantsaraihan5777 3 жыл бұрын
@@thomasmartinec6785 it's hilarious when you think a word can mean child in one language and slave in another one, like do they enslave their children or most slaves are children there or...? 😂
@arvantsaraihan5777
@arvantsaraihan5777 3 жыл бұрын
@@ilijamitrevski1210 children can be toxic (poisonous) too... sometimes 😂
@eldenjohn5170
@eldenjohn5170 3 жыл бұрын
As a Portuguese speaker, I can understand: 1% Polish 1% Slovenian
@Ecolinguist
@Ecolinguist 3 жыл бұрын
We all need to start somewhere. 🤓
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
😅💕
@makrauchenia1
@makrauchenia1 3 жыл бұрын
This 1% has to be 'joga' in Slovenian? And what was your 1% of Polish?
@eldenjohn5170
@eldenjohn5170 3 жыл бұрын
@@makrauchenia1 some familiar words during the video like Sport, Category, Dialect, Computer, Joga(as you said), Literature, Mango etc.
@chesnok340
@chesnok340 3 жыл бұрын
Lol хаха. I Portugal 1 %
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 3 жыл бұрын
Jaz sem Poljak in ravno zdaj se učim slovensko! Lep jezik! Pozdrav iz Poljske vsem Slovencem in vsem ostalim Slovanom!🇸🇮❤️
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
Lep pozdrav! Then you have probably noticed, that although Slovenian is South Slavic language, it is also close to West Slavic languages.
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 I have actually. Gives me the advantage to learn it as a native Polish speaker.
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 From what I can see, Slovenian seems to be the closest to West Slavic languages in terms of lexicon. Because of this significant relation, the similarities I can hear in Slovenian speech bring the comfort in me. Other South Slavic languages are more distant thus more challenging to understand for West Slavic speakers, with me alike. However, I've been learning Serbo-Croatian for three years now so my mutual intelligibility of it improved ever since getting to grips with it through my first months of its study. I can definitely agree with your opinion and recall that Slovenian is indeed close to West Slavic languages without a doubt, given that it's actually the closest relative. From my experience, the most distant South Slavic language to the West Slavic languages is Bulgarian, having only roughly 25-30% of lexical overlap with them (although these statistics vary from topic) which is the bare minimum of how similar two distantly related Slavic languages of any reasonable pair can be.
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
@@mikoajbojarczuk9395 Slovenian is in some way originally West Slavic language, ancestors of Slovenians were unified, also politically unified with ancestors of Slovaks, Czechs,… before Hungarians entered Pannonian plain, but of course now it is the South Slavic language. I’m Slovenian, when I listen Slovak or Czech, I have feeling that I’m listening to a great extent also part of Slovenian that is otherwise not similar to other South Slavic languages.
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 Interesting story you have there.
@slovenianlearnsslovak5145
@slovenianlearnsslovak5145 3 жыл бұрын
It's so funny to me that Slovenian has so many dialects, that sometimes it's hard for us to understand each other. I'm from the eastern part and when I went on an exchange with a few people from Ljubljana, they constantly said that they had trouble understanding me. I didn't even speak in my dialect, so having an accent is enough heh
@nylixneylix8785
@nylixneylix8785 3 жыл бұрын
Same in italy, lots of dialects.
@skokowydemon4553
@skokowydemon4553 2 жыл бұрын
In Poland is same.
@ridleyroid9060
@ridleyroid9060 Жыл бұрын
Same In Serbia, going south to places like Pirot is like going to a different country
@romanstingler435
@romanstingler435 Жыл бұрын
@Defender of Flop Sem iz Avstrije in sem se vedno trudil s Hrvaškim jezikom. Sedaj, ko redno poslušam ta kanal in slišim različne Slovanske jezike, jih super razumem. Začel sem se učit Ukrajinsko in upam, da bom našel veliko novih prijateljev. Lep pozdrav.
@nylixneylix8785
@nylixneylix8785 Жыл бұрын
@@skokowydemon4553 Well, you probably don't have 50 dialects.
@lovrocalicjoca941
@lovrocalicjoca941 3 жыл бұрын
Sramota da mi Hrvati ne znamo govoriti slovenski, a Slovenci savršeno govore hrvatski...Na svu sreću dosta razumijemo, a ni poljski nije toliko drugačiji, svi smo mi Slaveni! Snimite, molim vas, hrvatski vs slovenski 🇭🇷🇸🇮🇵🇱
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Pa dajmo enkrat! :)
@HladniSjeverniVjetar
@HladniSjeverniVjetar 3 жыл бұрын
Skoro pa sve se razumi i bez da se uči posebno jezik. Posebno ako znaš naša narječja i idiome koji se koriste u istima onda je Slovenski još lakši. Ali oni imaju dosta germanizama i talijanizama (čak više nego mi) tako da ako znaš Njemački i Talijanski onda ćeš još lakše naučit Slovenski.
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
@@HladniSjeverniVjetar v knjižnem jeziku nimamo mnogo geemanizmov niti Italijanizmov, kajti slovenski jezik je dokaj puristično naravnan. Je pa veliko geemanizmov in Italijanizmov v dialektih, o ja! Pozdrav iz Maribora! 💕
@ilijamitrevski1210
@ilijamitrevski1210 3 жыл бұрын
I think that if they got all the South Slavic languages in one call we'd all understand eachother fine and guess all the words correctly.
@HladniSjeverniVjetar
@HladniSjeverniVjetar 3 жыл бұрын
@@Jasmian To je isto kao kod nas u Hrvatskoj, dijalekti su praktično nerazumljivi od standardnoga jezika. A je li Slovenski prošao kroz fazu izbacivanja stranoga utjecaja i ako jest koliko se od tih riječi zadržalo?
@denkodel6516
@denkodel6516 3 жыл бұрын
As a Croatian-American Čakavski Croatian island dialect speaker I understand 85 percent of the Slovenian. 45-65% of the Polish. 😀😀😀😀😀 great work guys! POZDRAV!
@sined3319
@sined3319 2 жыл бұрын
Upravo tako mi iz Istre pogotovo središnje razumjemo i djelimo puno istih riječi kao Slovenci.
@benoorehek8475
@benoorehek8475 3 жыл бұрын
As a Slovenian it's really offsetting hearing perfect slovene beacouse I am so used of slang and different accents.
@nylixneylix8785
@nylixneylix8785 3 жыл бұрын
It' not just diffrent accents, it's dialects. And those are the real language for me because that's how we speak in everyday life.
@Maxjeix01
@Maxjeix01 2 жыл бұрын
@Masie I'm an Italian from Trieste but I know some things about Slovenian. If you know the standard variety you'll be able to speak to anyone. However, if you have a middle level of standard slovenian you might find it hard to understand some dialects.
@maijutub8264
@maijutub8264 2 жыл бұрын
@Masie Hey I'm Slovenian! We use dialects in everyday life! There are around 50 dialects in Slovenia and they are very different from each other. I definitely can't understand all of them! Honestly, some sound like a totally different language to me. We also use a lot of slang, especially German and English words with Slovenian pronunciation and conjugation.
@rabotnickaklasa
@rabotnickaklasa 3 жыл бұрын
Pozdrav Poljaci Pozdrav Slovenci
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Bravo mi vsi skupaj!💕👍
@rokjarc
@rokjarc 3 жыл бұрын
Norbert I am happy that you got a good Slovenian speaker. She sounds to me a teacher of slovenian language, but we can hear that she has a strong eastern, Styrian accent. As slovenian language has so many dialects as all Slavic language together it would be interesting to have few slovenian speakers with different accents.
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
#Rok Jarc, res je. Sem iz Maribora, poučujem slovenščino tujce. Vendarle akcent je - akcent. Malo je prispevala tudi nervoza in neugodje pred kamero. Upam, da še kdaj kaj posnameno, pa poskusimo približati izgovorjavo knjižni, ki pa - tako pač je - sloni na fonetiki centralne /ljubljanske govorice. Zato bomo vzhodnjaki vedno imeli nekoliko akcenta. Res pa je, da bi ga lahko bilo manj. Vsekakor pa je bila zanimiva izkušnja sodelovati z Norbertom. :)
@Motofanable
@Motofanable 3 жыл бұрын
@@Jasmian Pa je tonski naglas res potreben, glede da večini slovencem ni prirojen?
@rokjarc
@rokjarc 3 жыл бұрын
Jasmina vprašanje je koliko oni razumejo nekoga iz zahodne Slovenije kjer tonemsko naglašujemo.
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
@@rokjarc točno, tonemski naglas je zelo razločevalen glede na nas vzhodnjake. In nepriučljiv. Mislim, da bi vas vseeno malce razumeli - ne dosti zaradi specifičnosti slovenščine v primerjavi z drugimi slovanskimi jeziki -, če bi govorili počasi. In mogoče še po "italijansko", tj. s kretnjami. Vsekakor kul tale Norbert s svojim projektom. 👍
@rokjarc
@rokjarc 3 жыл бұрын
@@Jasmian fino bi bilo da bi dobili kakega Gorenjca, kakega Korošca, recimo iz avstrijske Koroške ki govori po domače pa kakega iz Rovt pa tudi kakega Rezijana ne bi bilo slabo
@lisakitteh
@lisakitteh 3 жыл бұрын
From a Slovenian perspective, this was very interesting :) You guys did really well, I didn't expect that! It's nice to see that people are interested in our tiny country and our language. Greetings from Slovenia :)
@Nick-rs5if
@Nick-rs5if 3 жыл бұрын
I honestly have to say that It didn't occur to me, a nation the size of the county I was born in could have such a rich culture. :o Not no mention the landscape!
@pjczuba
@pjczuba 3 жыл бұрын
lisakitteh - all Slavic words can be in all Slavic languages reversed to proto-Slavic,and what's more any lenguage(non-Slavic writen foneticaly in english and than devided to syllables will reveal the true meaning in Slavic lenguage(100%),and for that reason , that is comfirming that Slavic lenguage was the lenguage of whole World(spoken before ancient times by Everyone on planet).And one more thing !!!! that (method) does not working in other direction(it is imposible to take Slavic word and have result in other lenguage groups,or inbetween them).
@bartoszwojciechowski2270
@bartoszwojciechowski2270 2 жыл бұрын
@@pjczuba What? xd What anti-scientific, nationalistic gibberish.
@Artur-vh3nk
@Artur-vh3nk 2 жыл бұрын
We know your tiny country very well. You regularly beat us in volleyball and football: D S prijetnimi pozdravi!
@bojanstare8667
@bojanstare8667 2 жыл бұрын
@@Artur-vh3nk For volleyball you shouldblame yourself. You have started game with wrong anthem. Our players have pissed out because that and have won the game.
@osukorisnik
@osukorisnik 3 жыл бұрын
Greetings from Serbia, love your videos 🇷🇸 :).
@monblancexp3153
@monblancexp3153 3 жыл бұрын
Я Русская но подразумеваю и понимаю Польски и Словенский. Как же здорово!
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 3 жыл бұрын
In Slovenian "beseda" means: "word", but in Czech "beseda" and in Polish "biesiada" means: type of party, where conversations (i.e. "words") are very important ;-)
@aleksinatetka
@aleksinatetka 3 жыл бұрын
Dobar dan, poštovani gospodine :) A na srpskom je beseda neka vrsta umnog govora (formal, wise speech).
@ilijamitrevski1210
@ilijamitrevski1210 3 жыл бұрын
In Macedonian I think it means like a type of religious text. I know there was this one called "beseda protiv novopojavenata eres" we studied in school. Edit: Noun беседа • (beseda) f (archaic) speech, oration, sermon
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 3 жыл бұрын
@@aleksinatetka Dobar dan, draga Nado :) A na staropoljskom "biesiada" značila razgovor čak i bez žurki ili bez zabavi :-)
@aleksinatetka
@aleksinatetka 3 жыл бұрын
@@Robertoslaw.Iksinski Nulla dies sine linea. I danas smo naučili nove stvari. :)
@shayt3506
@shayt3506 3 жыл бұрын
In Russian it means just "conversation", but a more formal one.
@simonlow0210
@simonlow0210 3 жыл бұрын
Wow, I don't speak any slavic languages but Slovenian sounds very beautiful.
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Maybe time to learn! :)
@bogdanjasovic9930
@bogdanjasovic9930 3 жыл бұрын
Yeah, I think it's most beautiful slavic language.
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
@@bogdanjasovic9930 ahh, what a nice comment!
@TheCrazyFreak
@TheCrazyFreak 3 жыл бұрын
As a Slovene I am incredibly biased, but I agree, I find it very beautiful. ;__;
@joco8290
@joco8290 3 жыл бұрын
@@bogdanjasovic9930 Yeah because youre Slovenian :)
@meraklija316
@meraklija316 3 жыл бұрын
У словенского очень приятное произношение. Такой расслабляющий, мягкий язык...
@meraklija316
@meraklija316 3 жыл бұрын
Кстати, произношением он немного сербский напомнил.
@Kms356xfgh
@Kms356xfgh 10 ай бұрын
​@@meraklija316 для меня звучание между сербским и чешским. Словенцы были долго вместе с чехами в одном государстве. В этом словенско-чешском акценте есть что то от венгерского.
@RedHotAmarth
@RedHotAmarth 10 ай бұрын
@@Kms356xfgh ничего подобного - словенцы с чехами некоторый период были в австро-венгерской республике, но на языковые связи надо глядеть дальше на тысячу лет назад . Они разделены географически другим народом - сегодня это австрийцы. Словенский народ как часть славян преимущественно заселялись через Балканы (вероятнее всего продвигались через Болгарию, Сербию, Македонию, Боснию, Хорватию). Ну и возможно какая-то волна заселения и была через Закарпатье-Словакию, но влияние языков куда сильнее соседних сербского и хорватского, чем чешского.
@Kms356xfgh
@Kms356xfgh 10 ай бұрын
@@RedHotAmarth я давно живу в Баварии. В Чехии работал несколько месяцев с чешскими клиентами, бываю там в отпуске. Часто езжу на машине на море в Хорватию через Словению и Австрию. Очень люблю эту дорогу с красивыми зелёными горными ландшафтами. По дороге в этих странах естественно слушаю местное радио. Хорватский для русского уха понимается намного лучше, чем словенский или чешский. Чешский и словенский по мелодии похожи. Словения (тогда графство Кайна) с 10-го века входила в (Германскую/Франкскую) Священную Римскую Империю (в том числе Баварию, потом в империю Габсбургов, Австровенгрию). Т.е. где то 900 лет. Чехия тоже несколько сот лет входила в империю Габсбургов и Австро-Венгрию. Причём и те, и другие административно были в австрийской части империи с сильным немецким влиянием. Хорватия долго была в унии с Венгрией, а потом уже гораздо позже и в империи Габсбургов/Австро-Венгрии, но в венгерской её части. Так что словены с чехами жили вместе в одной империи (под разными названием) больше 500 лет.. И да, хорваты понимают словен хуже, чем словены хорват, т.к. словены раньше учили сербохорватский в школе, а хорваты словенский не учили. Ну и Словения в Югославии была таким же инородным телом, как Прибалтика в СССР. Т.е. страна с западной историей и индустрией попала в преимущественно восточное государство со всеми его проблемами и недостатками.
@user-mi1wk9ng5l
@user-mi1wk9ng5l 9 ай бұрын
@@Kms356xfgh в Прибалтике не было дороссийской и досоветской индустрии, да как государства они возникли лишь благодаря Руси в целом и России и СССР в особенности. До нас они были "чудь", "чухонь", язычники и немецкие холопы -- а теперь там вовсе идёт депопуляция.
@liberman0
@liberman0 3 жыл бұрын
Наконец-то славянские языки!!!
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
Slovanski jeziki so prekrasni! Pozdrav iz Slovenije!
@user-bi5oi3jw1i
@user-bi5oi3jw1i 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 Pozdravljaju!
@kurisanavi9197
@kurisanavi9197 3 жыл бұрын
Aga
@algorismalitia111
@algorismalitia111 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-bi5oi3jw1i Он не поздравляет, а приветствует) "привет из".
@forbidden9531
@forbidden9531 3 жыл бұрын
@@algorismalitia111 Здоровается, если уж так (заодно и слово однокоренное)
@Nickussss
@Nickussss 3 жыл бұрын
Этот канал как разминка для мозга. Вытягиваешь знакомые слова и пытаешься понять контекст. Просто шикарно. Спасибо Норберт.
@alexbort3082
@alexbort3082 3 жыл бұрын
@Miroslav Franka otrok is teenager in russian
@wawrzyniec3653
@wawrzyniec3653 3 жыл бұрын
@Miroslav Franka отрок, отрочество, это подросток, подростки это дети
@JaKamille
@JaKamille 3 жыл бұрын
Učim se tudi slovenščine ❤️ lep pozdrav iz Münchna
@TheMikeOrganist
@TheMikeOrganist 3 жыл бұрын
Lep pozdrav iz Avstrije, nach München. ;)
@JaKamille
@JaKamille 3 жыл бұрын
@@TheMikeOrganist wow, du spielst Orgel. Ich habe dein Kanal abonniert :-)
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
#JaKamille Vi se učite slovenščino, jaz pa učim slovenščino. - What's the difference? :)
@sqjam
@sqjam 3 жыл бұрын
@@Jasmian Si predstavljam, da zna biti zelo zapleteno, "tricky" vprašanje za začetnike? :D
@thiagoevangelista2754
@thiagoevangelista2754 3 жыл бұрын
I just started learning Slovenian and happened to know 3/5 words, which was fun for me. This video was great. 😁 - Sarah
@MattMorgasmo
@MattMorgasmo 3 жыл бұрын
Jasmina did a great job! She really did well using different expression / explanations in order to make Maciej and Norbert understand her hints better. I like all your videos. But this was a special pleasure to watch for me. Thank you, Norbert!
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Oh what a nice comment! I tried that Norbert and Macvej would understand. However, I have to admit I find Polish language very difficult to understand. Kind regards! 💕👍
@stephenramutin7750
@stephenramutin7750 2 жыл бұрын
@@Jasmian I was thinking the same thing! I watched a few videos on this channel and your explanations were my favourite! I guessed every word correctly. :)
@dmitriyf.5736
@dmitriyf.5736 3 жыл бұрын
Excellent! As I Russian speaker I could easily guess the words right from the first explanation. But seeing the lady's articulation and the subtitles was a great help, of course. ;-)
@user-cf8cw2wd1e
@user-cf8cw2wd1e Жыл бұрын
@Miroslav Franka same in Rus, you can use both version
@andrejgrebenc3235
@andrejgrebenc3235 3 жыл бұрын
Being Slovenian, Polish is to soft and buzzy for me. I used to work with Polish people, so a caught some words in Polish. Speaking Croatian-Bosnian-Serbian makes me easier to understand some Russian, Macedonian and Bulgarian. I spent 1 month in Czech Republik years ago in 1968, and after a month I was able to speak Czech colloquially. Slavic languages are quite close to each other (as Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Romanian). Polish is for me like French for Italians- to soft and to buzzy, but still easy to learn, it takes just more time to come it in the ear.
@kamilprzybylski3499
@kamilprzybylski3499 3 жыл бұрын
For centuries the official language in Poland was Latin, maybe its the reason, why its sometimes sound close to Italian or Romanian. Many words come from Latin, and the pronunciation is also related to the Romance languages.
@sebnie1747
@sebnie1747 2 жыл бұрын
I was thinking, polish is hardest sounding between all slavic languages. It's a lot cz, rz, sz, etc.
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 Жыл бұрын
@@sebnie1747 its not only cz, rz, sz but also ż, ą, ę, ź, dż, dź, ó, ł, ń, i mean lots of sounds from many languages togeather latin was second official language in Poland for few hundreds years, polish has many words from latin, italian, french, greek, many words sound similar like spanish words and so on, there are also some words from germanic languages. I dont recommend learning polish as a first slavic language especially for germanics people, the best to learn would be slovak language because its the most centered and uniwersal
@peterfoxts
@peterfoxts 3 жыл бұрын
I understand Slovene pretty well I lived in Trieste (Trst) close to border, with a Slovene speaking minority, Polish it is harder for me because of its very different phonology, but if you are used to, it's not so hard. I speak Russian and studied Slovene long time ago. My mother tongue Neapolitan and Italian naturally. Good job Norbert
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Napoli! Una città molto interressante! Saluto da Maribor!
@peterfoxts
@peterfoxts 3 жыл бұрын
@@Jasmian Hvala lepa
@piotrfelix
@piotrfelix 3 жыл бұрын
Trst je naš! Sorry, I couldn't have stopped myself.
@peterfoxts
@peterfoxts 3 жыл бұрын
@@piotrfelix Like the funny movie
@aleskosir275
@aleskosir275 3 жыл бұрын
Bravo and nice greetings tp Pietro
@BaffoBronese
@BaffoBronese 3 жыл бұрын
Jasmina govori tako jasno, da čak i ja razumem, iako ne znam slovenački
@alesnovak2906
@alesnovak2906 3 жыл бұрын
Nije slovenacki takav bau-bau..:) Pogotovo ako je napisan..Malo iskombiniraš hrvatski,zagorski i eto ga..:)
@BaffoBronese
@BaffoBronese 3 жыл бұрын
@@alesnovak2906 🤣 Pa ja samo znam srpski, malo i loše
@Bronnkson99
@Bronnkson99 Жыл бұрын
@@alesnovak2906 najbol smešno je, ko hrvat reče da ne razume slovensko ampak razume zagorsko :D
@TheMikeOrganist
@TheMikeOrganist 3 жыл бұрын
Very interesting, I'm learning some Slovene right now, and hearing some words explained (with subtitles ;D) helped me a lot. Can't wait to speak it fluently. ^^ And interesting, how every Slav could technically understand each other when speaking a little bit slower. Lep pozdrav iz Avstrije in veliko ljubezni do naših bratov in sester iz Slovenije!! ;) 🇦🇹❤🇸🇮
@tilenHD
@tilenHD 3 жыл бұрын
Klobasar :)
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
Želim ti veliko uspehov pri učenju slovenskega jezika. Lep pozdrav iz Slovenije v Avstrijo!
@wavi_DXM
@wavi_DXM 3 жыл бұрын
Big happy Slavic family. 😁
@sternadms8738
@sternadms8738 3 жыл бұрын
Ali si slovenski avstrijec, ali se pač želiš naučiti govoriti slovensko. Liebe Grüße aus Slowenien nach schöne Österreich
@Gajci
@Gajci 3 жыл бұрын
Wait, what will you get by learning our language. But while puting that on the side im super Happy that people from Austria are learning slovenian. 🇸🇮❤🇦🇹
@NoName-cv6lo
@NoName-cv6lo Жыл бұрын
Pozdrav svima ljudi. Ja sam iz Bosne i Hercegovine i slovenski razumijem bez problema . Poljski ima mnogo sličnih riječi ali ne mogu sve da razumim. Ali na kraju ipak kad sabereš sve riječi koje si razumio mozes nekako sastavit rečenicu. Lijep pozdrav svim dobrim ljudima👍🏻
@ammaterra
@ammaterra 3 жыл бұрын
Не знаю ни польского, ни словенского однако понимаю о чем говорят. Удивительно.
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
já taky rozuměl slovinsky a polsky
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
jsem czech
@militaryman111
@militaryman111 3 жыл бұрын
Я тоже, все очень понятно
@meraklija316
@meraklija316 3 жыл бұрын
Вы не знаете словенский, но знаете славянский. :D Ну, русский же славянский.
@vadimkokielov2173
@vadimkokielov2173 3 жыл бұрын
Я знаю и словенский и некоторым образом и польский. И забавляюсь до костей. Спасибо, Норберт
@adam7690
@adam7690 3 жыл бұрын
It's amazing, I am Italian and speak polish and understand many words from slavic world, dobra teraz będę pisał trochę po polsku bo mi się podoba i nic.. Dobrze wam życzę
@panacea53
@panacea53 Жыл бұрын
Аз като Българка разбирах всичко и най-вече Словенката ! Много добра дикция !
@cheerful_crop_circle
@cheerful_crop_circle 6 ай бұрын
Словенският звучи малко като италиански
@SogoNotDrunk
@SogoNotDrunk 3 жыл бұрын
Ни разу не слышал словенский, но уже услышав эту речь я с удивлением осознал, что очень много понимаю. Привет из России)
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
já jsem rozuměl nejvíce polsky než slovinsky ale zdá se být taky podobným
@mesofius
@mesofius 3 жыл бұрын
As a Ukrainian, I was able to get the general gist of both Slovenian and Polish
@John-qb8wh
@John-qb8wh 3 жыл бұрын
as a fluent russian speak, i had a tough time...
@artemsys1876
@artemsys1876 3 жыл бұрын
я теж
@bohdanmyronenko9130
@bohdanmyronenko9130 3 жыл бұрын
Yeah, same
@mesofius
@mesofius 3 жыл бұрын
@@kostyakozko1 me too, I guess Slovenian is pretty close to Ukrainian
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
I'm Slovenian and I think that is Ukrainian language unusually, surprisingly,… very similar to Slovenian language.
@smorcknight9547
@smorcknight9547 3 жыл бұрын
finally slavic language :)
@anzor.khoutov
@anzor.khoutov 3 жыл бұрын
Sounds very nice but as for russian-native is still so hard to understand even written.
@smorcknight9547
@smorcknight9547 3 жыл бұрын
@@anzor.khoutov for me not really, there is a lot of common words
@alovioanidio9770
@alovioanidio9770 3 жыл бұрын
Most of the videos in the channel are about slavic 😆
@smorcknight9547
@smorcknight9547 3 жыл бұрын
@@alovioanidio9770 i mean last video about slavic languages was 4 months ago
@tuna5653
@tuna5653 Жыл бұрын
I am Turkish and I don't speak either polish or slovenian, just learing czech (A2 level). I just want to say, this lady has a talent to express herself by her gesture very well. I guested 2 words correctly but mostly because of her way of explanation :D Well done. I really enjoy this type of videos and all slavic languages are crazy interesting for me. Thanks again! Cheers!
@Kasyanoff1
@Kasyanoff1 3 жыл бұрын
Очень интересно было наблюдать и понимать).Славянские языки очень похожи! Благодарю за видео,и привет из Сибири)))
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
Pozdrav iz Slovenije v Sibirijo! Podobnost med slovanskimi jeziki je velika.
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 trochu divné slovo beseda je ve slovinštině mi tomu říkáme jako nějaké vystoupení
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
@@benjicz1463 V slovenskem jeziku je prav tako beseda: slovo, a je arhaična, dictionary je slovar, grammar je slovnica,…
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
@UCN1lFIncZwU_ZBJR5Zf-JZw je to zajímavý u nás beseda znamená jako ve škole když děti zpívají písně
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
a word je slovo v cz
@xolang
@xolang 2 жыл бұрын
I've just started learning Slovene and what fascinates I about the language is how it has Dual in addition to Singular and Plural. How wonderful it is to see and hear so much Dual being used here in the video since Jasmina is in fact speaking to two people. ^^ Examples: Fanta (which I like better than Coke 😁) koliko onadva razumeta mene fanta, ki sta z menoj v studiu. ali sta fanta prepoznala / ugotovila to besedo današnja gosta sta …. želita še en namig? da vidimo, kaj sta napisala, fanta. Interestingly the verb conjugation for "you two" and "they two" is identical. But then again in Portuguese and American Spanish you also use the same verb forms for "y'all" and "they". e.g.: • "qé escribieron" = what y'all / they wrote • "están conmigo en el estudio" = y'all / they are with I in the studio. Hvala lepa & greetings from 🇮🇩 !
@zem6217
@zem6217 3 жыл бұрын
I already speak Czech and Slovak after one beer, after two beers I speak Polish and after three beers I speak Latvian.
@sebnie1747
@sebnie1747 2 жыл бұрын
Latvian is not slavic language. It's needs more than 3 beers to understand....🍺🙃
@zem6217
@zem6217 2 жыл бұрын
@@sebnie1747 We tell someone we don't understand to speak Latvian. You really didn't understand the joke.
@slavey4eto
@slavey4eto 3 жыл бұрын
Аз съм българка и съм Твой фен . Интересно ми е това, което майсторски правиш- твоите езикови експерименти. Славея . Поздрави от София.
@CERBERxFALLEN
@CERBERxFALLEN 3 жыл бұрын
Болгарский такой странный в написании на первый взгляд.)
@artemium1096
@artemium1096 3 жыл бұрын
@@CERBERxFALLEN он мне понятен как и укр и бела мова, хотя этот езык южнославянский
@CERBERxFALLEN
@CERBERxFALLEN 3 жыл бұрын
@@artemium1096 так мне тоже он понятен, я про то, что это пожалуй единственный язык в Европе, который именно для меня пишется чудно, вот и всё.
@IvanIvanov-dd8yb
@IvanIvanov-dd8yb 3 жыл бұрын
@@urosmarjanovic663 živijo gospod Uroš , jaz sem iz Bulgarija. Oprosti ker pišem slabo , tudi znak "ъ"pride iz grlo in je tvrd znaki .
@KeqingFun
@KeqingFun 3 жыл бұрын
то чувство, когда подсознательно понимаешь, что тут написано, но не можешь объяснить xD
@Terrus_38
@Terrus_38 3 жыл бұрын
7:50 "-met", "mečeš" aren't cognates of Polish "mecz" or English "match", its cognate is "miotać" - "nogomet" would be literally "nogomiot", because "miotasz piłką" - "miota/miecie się piłką".
@volodymyrgandzhuk361
@volodymyrgandzhuk361 3 жыл бұрын
That's what she said, isn't it?
@aleksinatetka
@aleksinatetka 3 жыл бұрын
Meta is target, so it's rather to target the goal (cel, nacelić (się)).
@aleksinatetka
@aleksinatetka 3 жыл бұрын
@Dimitrij Fedorov Это естественно и было бы здорово всегда так писать, я пишу даже на своём когда знаю что понятно остальным, но не всегда всем понятно.
@Askhat08
@Askhat08 3 жыл бұрын
В русском есть разговорное "ногомяч" - прямой перевод слова "football")
@Terrus_38
@Terrus_38 3 жыл бұрын
Volodymyr Gandzhuk 7:49 "aha, mecze z nogą" - "ah, matches using foot"
@georgimihov2690
@georgimihov2690 2 жыл бұрын
This is very intriguing. To a Bulgarian brain, Slovenian sentences sound like this: First word - I totally know what this is. Second word - oh that’s a really old word, I get it. Third word - this sound like I should understand it (e.g. very typical Slavic sounding word) but I’m not sure what it means. Fourth word - I’m clueless. And then it all repeats 😆 In any way, I figured out the sentences faster/clearer than the Polish guys 😉
@sebastianmoravcik6815
@sebastianmoravcik6815 3 жыл бұрын
Som slovák a musím povedať že slovinština a poľština sú nám dosť podobné a sú to krásne jazyky, úplne normálne si viem pozrieť videa a rozumiem, dosť ma bavia videa takéhoto typu a dúfam ze budete pokračovať ďalej
@auberginesonofdude7970
@auberginesonofdude7970 3 жыл бұрын
Norbert you are the man for creating videos like this.
@AlexKhvostenko
@AlexKhvostenko 3 жыл бұрын
Very interesting format which proves again how similar our Slavic languages are!
@tul2092
@tul2092 3 жыл бұрын
To be honest, not really. If you asked me, it proved the opposite. Is that a problem though? All slavic languages are related but some more than others. This was an example of distantly related. Very hard to understand. Lets just be realistic.
@AlexKhvostenko
@AlexKhvostenko 3 жыл бұрын
tul20 well, everyone deserve to express the opinion. I personally speak fluent 2 Slavic languages (Ukrainian and Russian), having lots of contacts with Polish, Serbians, Macedonian friends (I was working on a cruise ships for 7 years). And I found this interslavic conversation easy to understand.
@dmitrijpetrov1905
@dmitrijpetrov1905 3 жыл бұрын
I noticed that Slovene language has a lot of archaic words (from Russian perspective) such as: jaz, zelo. In Russian we used to use these words hundreds of years ago :)
@amjan
@amjan 3 жыл бұрын
That goes in both directions, actually in all directions between Slavic langauges (and within any other language family).
@altergreenhorn
@altergreenhorn 3 жыл бұрын
Slovenian language kept a lot of old slavic language and have quite a lot in common with old russian church language despite the fact that it is the furthest in distance from Russian territory and surrounded with not slavic countries
@nylixneylix8785
@nylixneylix8785 3 жыл бұрын
We don't have just "jaz" in "zelo" we also have "jest in "zlo", "zla" "ful" depending on the dialect.
@altergreenhorn
@altergreenhorn 3 жыл бұрын
@@nylixneylix8785 those are slang words most of them has origin in foreign language nothing to do with slovenian language
@nylixneylix8785
@nylixneylix8785 3 жыл бұрын
@@altergreenhorn Only "ful" is a slang, "jest", "zlo", "zla" are part of our dialects.
@karleduard7725
@karleduard7725 3 жыл бұрын
I always loved how sounds Slovenian, greets from Mexico
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 3 жыл бұрын
Dawno nie było słoweńskiego na kanale :)
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
Slovenski jezik: Davno ni bilo slovenskega na kanalu.
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 To zdanie będzie brzmiało identycznie w większości języków słowiańskich.
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
@@panadolf2691 To je dobro! Podobnost med slovanskimi jeziki je velika.
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 3 жыл бұрын
@@panadolf2691 Są małe wyjątki, bo w słowackim i czeskim: Slovaci zo Slovenska (ze Słowacji) hovoria/mluví po slovenský, a Slovinci zo Slovinska (Słoweńcy ze Słowenii) hovoria/mluví po slovinský ;)
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 3 жыл бұрын
@@Robertoslaw.Iksinski A to prawda :D Słowaczka na Słowacji to Slovenka i Słowenka w Słowenii to też Slovenka :D.
@minerc2316
@minerc2316 3 жыл бұрын
I come from slovenia, and i love how much i understand polish, russian, all the balkan slavic languages, i have a bit of problem understanding chezch and slovak. I love this experiments :) hvala za vaš trud :)
@danilohartman215
@danilohartman215 3 жыл бұрын
Zakaj ni rekla Deklica ? To je alternativno za Punca ? Še eden primer , to je dovolj ...to je dost , sladoled bi mogla opisat lahko ko , ledena krema ali sladka mrzlina . Girl = Deklica , Icecream = ledena krema .
@ukLz666
@ukLz666 2 жыл бұрын
@@danilohartman215 ledena krema HAHAHAHAHAHAHA it has a very meaning in serbian
@danilohartman215
@danilohartman215 2 жыл бұрын
@@ukLz666 , Who speak from Serbia ? Yeah ha ha ha ...lol !
@rtlgrmpf
@rtlgrmpf 3 жыл бұрын
As a German with a little long forgotten Russian from school, it was amazingly easy to follow. I did not understand much but I could pick up enough to know what you were talking about. The subtitles made it a lot easier of course.
@stlouisramsfan03
@stlouisramsfan03 3 жыл бұрын
If you find speakers of other Athabaskan languages I wouldn't mind doing one for Navajo.
@Ecolinguist
@Ecolinguist 3 жыл бұрын
Please contact me by email or IG. :)
@stlouisramsfan03
@stlouisramsfan03 3 жыл бұрын
@The Slavic World of Weles from Navia Tak, jestam Navajo i Hispanic/Latino. (: I used to learn Polish in high school.
@filipkogut8533
@filipkogut8533 3 жыл бұрын
@@stlouisramsfan03 where do they teach Polish in high school?
@stlouisramsfan03
@stlouisramsfan03 3 жыл бұрын
@@filipkogut8533 I was studying on my own and learning from a Polish friend (:
@azrich2463
@azrich2463 3 жыл бұрын
The problem is that there are literally hundreds of different languages that could be classified as Native American. Your only recourse would be to choose two or three more closely related to each other, e.g. certain Navajo or Apache forms (Athabaskan) in wide use according to larger tribal categories or geographical locations.
@damdakos
@damdakos 2 жыл бұрын
She was my teacher in Slovenia! Cool to see her on KZbin :-)
@Nick-rs5if
@Nick-rs5if 3 жыл бұрын
I'm Swedish, Slavic languages are so alien to me, it's hard to think we're from the same continent. ^^ Det låter dock helt underbart. Jag vill lära mig! I love it!
@hamishdomergue8810
@hamishdomergue8810 3 жыл бұрын
Not really. Slavic and Germanic languages are really close, a lot of cognate words, similar grammar, similar phonetic. The only alien languages in Europe are Uralic language family, namely Ungaro-Finnish language group. They are totally different from another Indo-European languages.
@krunomrki
@krunomrki 3 жыл бұрын
For example between English and Croatian: sister =sestra, in Croat.; number three= tri, in Croatian; brother = brat; my = moj; helmet = šljem/šlem; in German: Berg (hill) = breg; and in Scandinavian languages: "jag" means in English: "I"; in Slavic languages: "ja", but in German is: "ich", in Dutch: "ik" ... in German: Steine = stijena/stena ... in Gothic language: Kuning , German: Koenig, Engl: King = "knez" in Slavic ... Engl: swine = svinja ...
@GoestaBerling.
@GoestaBerling. 3 жыл бұрын
@@krunomrki Forgot water/voda (equal in all Slavic). Typed - little bit different, but pronunciation the same as in English language.
@egalegalsky
@egalegalsky 3 жыл бұрын
Боже, у вас прекрасный канал! Продолжайте снимать пожалуйста
@dobrapamiec
@dobrapamiec 3 жыл бұрын
Dziękuję za super zabawę!
@domirgolovchenko1107
@domirgolovchenko1107 3 жыл бұрын
Словенский очень сильно похож на болгарский, а произношение в нем очень близко русскому. Норберт, спасибо тебе большое за такие видео!
@vovasultan5317
@vovasultan5317 3 жыл бұрын
Точно!
@user-lm3qv6wx9k
@user-lm3qv6wx9k 3 жыл бұрын
Вообще разные языки. Он больше на чешский похож, чем на болгарский. И словенский, если я не ошибаюсь, дальше всех от русского стоит.
@domirgolovchenko1107
@domirgolovchenko1107 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-lm3qv6wx9k я только про визуальное (аудиальное) сходство :) само собой, это абсолютно разные группы славянских языков.
@Vithimerius
@Vithimerius 3 жыл бұрын
@@domirgolovchenko1107 Не заметил особого сходства в произношении с русским. Нет ни аканья, ни иканья, ни оглушения согласных в слабых позициях, ударения в родственных словах, как правило, тоже не совпадают. Возможно, ложное представление сходства создается на фоне польского "пшеканья".
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-lm3qv6wx9k Процент общей лексики с русским языком: Белорусский 86% Украинский 86% Польский 77% Чешский / Словацкий 74% Болгарский 74% Словенский 74% Сербский 71% Македонский 70%.
@mauguzzi3093
@mauguzzi3093 3 жыл бұрын
Me gusta el esloveno...Suena más musical que el polaco, y para un hispanohablante, más fácil de pronunciar...Se parece mucho al serbo-croata...Esto no quita que el polaco tenga lo suyo...Ambas lenguas son interesantes y bonitas. Como sea, me parece fantástico que los eslavos (hermanos entre sí, al fin y al cabo) puedan entenderse usando sus propias lenguas, todas ricas y hermosas.
@Miningfox
@Miningfox 3 жыл бұрын
I am very happy you are doing Slavic languages again. : )
@46spikey
@46spikey 3 жыл бұрын
I got to know a polish couple in Italy this year. They were speaking Polish, we were speaking Slovenian and we were able to have a lengthy conversation. My mind was blown
@bojanstare8667
@bojanstare8667 3 жыл бұрын
Je bilo zadosti limoncella ali pa lepa večerja z rdečim vinom? Se hecam. Rudi jaz sem se veliko pogovarjal z očetom lastnice apartmaja na Hvaru. Bil je Slovak.
@FarfettilLejl
@FarfettilLejl 2 жыл бұрын
I find it hard to believe you were able to hold a conversation just by speaking Polish and Slovenian
@user-gk3wi6kj6f
@user-gk3wi6kj6f 3 жыл бұрын
Спасибо вам за вашу работу!! Это невероятно! Даже не зная языков слушаешь и понимаешь, а что не понимаешь сразу , можно прочитать и тогда уж точно понять. Побольше таких видео!
@vadeem13
@vadeem13 3 жыл бұрын
Немного странно, конечно, что так долго угадывали что есть "sladka" и "hladna" :) А "nasprotno ot moskega" и "ne staro" тем более сразу понял. Словенский не знаю. Норберту спасибо.
@timg.5400
@timg.5400 3 жыл бұрын
Za Ruse slovenski jezik ni velik problem, podobnost je dovolj velika. Pozdrav iz Slovenije!
@awbinn3377
@awbinn3377 3 жыл бұрын
Я в прошлом жил за рубежом и моя соседка говорила на этом языке. Я поляк и кроме того русский знаю - благодаря тому что выучил русский я как-то лучше стал понимать остальные славянские языки.. Кроме южнославянских. Но все таки они звучат прекрасно.
@user-bi5oi3jw1i
@user-bi5oi3jw1i 3 жыл бұрын
Ice cream!
@user-qe9tr9gp6b
@user-qe9tr9gp6b 3 жыл бұрын
Tim G. Soglasen s vami! Eto pravda. Kstati, nashi flagi tozhe ochen podobny. Dobry vecher iz Rossii :) 🇷🇺 🇸🇮
@amniso6436
@amniso6436 3 жыл бұрын
@@timg.5400 Отлично, всё понятно написал.
@RoseRoseRoseRoseRoseRose
@RoseRoseRoseRoseRoseRose 3 жыл бұрын
As someone who loves Slavic languages I could understand some things without looking at the subtitles because Jasmina explains the things very well with confidence and clarity so it is quite understandable to the audience. And I know the interesting mnemonic/ memory technique of Maciej, too. And at the minute 20:20 I had to laugh because of your three carefully selected options for ONE answer, dear Norbert❣ Wielkie dzięki❣😊👍
@roatskm2337
@roatskm2337 3 жыл бұрын
This was very interesting from Bulgarian perspective, I understood better Slovnian of course, somewhere around 50-60%, but some words had a different meaning in Bulgarian, for example ''Beseda'' in Slovenian is ''Word'', but means ''Speech'' in Bulgarian, ''Hitro/Hiter'', means ''Fast'' in Slovenian, but it means ''Craftily'', it's very intresting, Polish was very hard for me to understand, but I had a lot of fun watching you guys, I suggest you to try Bulgarian vs Slovenian soon, because I've never seen a conversation between them, not only on your channel, but as a whole, and I'm interested to see how bulgarian and Slovenian would communicate with each other, plus great video as always, keep it up! :)
@litvinovt
@litvinovt 3 жыл бұрын
По-русски такой же смысл у этих слов, как по-болгарски.
@frostflower5555
@frostflower5555 3 жыл бұрын
Hitno means urgent in Serbian
@mauri1996fs
@mauri1996fs 3 жыл бұрын
Great idea! Would love to see Bulgarian and Slovenian conversation:)
@mesofius
@mesofius 3 жыл бұрын
In Ukrainian you can say Hutko for Fast in the northern dialects, so it's similar to Hitro, perhaps.
@Buddy--
@Buddy-- 3 жыл бұрын
Native Russian speaker here. Norbert, thank you for this very interesting challenge! Jasmine speaks very well. I mean - she really speaks the way to be understood, she speaks rather slowly, use synonyms and examples to help her opponents. It would be better if Maciej try to speak the same way))) I understood about 60% of Norbert's and Jasmina's speech, but at least about maybe 30% of what Maciej said.
@danilochik
@danilochik 3 жыл бұрын
@Miroslav Franka Child in Russian is ребёнок (rebionok), plural дети (deti). Otrok means adolescent and is rather an archaic word.
@mm261703
@mm261703 3 жыл бұрын
This was so much fun! knowing some Croatian helped a little...
@taikasilma
@taikasilma 3 жыл бұрын
Rozumem 98%, čudno mi je bilo tako dobro rozumeti polski jezik. Lep pozdrav iz Rusjie!
@sqjam
@sqjam 3 жыл бұрын
Zelo lepo pišeš v slovenskem jeziku! Si se sam naučil?
@slavic9437
@slavic9437 3 жыл бұрын
I speak serbo-croatian, slovene is very beautiful and similar to our language ❤️
@bojanstare8667
@bojanstare8667 3 жыл бұрын
@Solve Everything You mean unity same as in China?
@MarynaRGurzuf
@MarynaRGurzuf 3 жыл бұрын
Hooray! There are slavic languages again! 👍 The Slovenian language is quite clear to me. I think Jasmina is a good language teacher because she explains very clearly and speaks expressively 😊 I'm also very glad to hear Polish! Bardzo lubię jego! 😍 Maciej, if it's not a secret where are you from? I'm just starting to learn Polish and your way of speaking Polish is new to me =) Thank you all, Norbert, Jasmina and Maciej!
@sem5263
@sem5263 3 жыл бұрын
His way of speaking sounds normal to me. Perhaps some of his speech characteristics can be ascribed to a specific region, but nothing struck me as weird when I was watching the video. Polish is a very homogeneous language, with everyone speaking an approximation of standard Polish nowadays.
@Ola-jz7oj
@Ola-jz7oj 3 жыл бұрын
Bardzo go lubię - sound much more natural. In Polish you don't have strict order of words cause every word has end changed, but some versions sound ugly. Examples: Bardzo go lubię 👍 Lubię go bardzo 👍 Go bardzo lubię - here better jego than go. If you say: Jego bardzo lubię, ale... - it's like I like HIM very much but... Lubię bardzo go, bardzo lubię go - understandable, but sounds bad. But don't take it as a rule, for example: I take him (🐕) for a walk would be: Biorę go na spacer Na spacer go biorę - sounds good too, but it sounds like for a walk is more important, like someone asked you where do you take it? and that's your answer. Seems crazy? Yes, but don't worry. Even if you mess the order and it sounds strange, it's perfectly understandable. You're not native, if you will learn Polish you will start to feel it quickly. Polish is mostly about feeling it, majority of Poles don't remember even the names of cases, but use it perfectly everyday. Even if you mess everything, Poles will try to understand you and will be very happy you at least try to learn our beautiful but difficult language 😊 Powodzenia ♥️
@MarynaRGurzuf
@MarynaRGurzuf 3 жыл бұрын
@@Ola-jz7oj Dziękuję bardzo! 😊 I was just having doubts about using 'go' or 'jego'.
@MarynaRGurzuf
@MarynaRGurzuf 3 жыл бұрын
​@@sem5263 I heard how people speaks in Krakow. And then I heard people from Gdansk and Szczecin. It's a different Polish for my ears 😀
@ivesafro
@ivesafro 2 жыл бұрын
Я из России, кроме русского знаю английский и португальский. Бросилось в глаза, что в Словенском заметная доля романских корней. В целом, при некотором сосредоточении всё понятно, как на словенском, так и на польском. Спасибо за отличный контент! Thank you for a great content! Obrigado pelo ótimo contente!
@ibilyy
@ibilyy 3 жыл бұрын
Ukrainian here, got all 5 faster than them. I had no idea I would understand Slovenian
@FarfettilLejl
@FarfettilLejl 2 жыл бұрын
They were quite bad at understanding her
@HebrewsElevenTwentyFive
@HebrewsElevenTwentyFive 3 жыл бұрын
These videos are always fun to watch. Thank you to Norbert and anyone else involved in the editing these videos 🤙🏾
@farerazor9065
@farerazor9065 3 жыл бұрын
Robisz bardzo interesujący interes. Zawsze z wielką przyjemnością oglądam Twoje programy.
@CloudLamberts
@CloudLamberts 3 жыл бұрын
I just knew I had to check my subscriptions one more time today! I'm so in love with these "mutual intelligibility" videos from you, so I'm looking forward to learn Polish, thanks, Norbert!
@romanasustar
@romanasustar 3 жыл бұрын
Zelo dobro. Tvoje posnetke (videos) delim s svojimi učenci. Poljščina je zanimiva, se razume, ampak samo če govoriš počasi. Super kanal! Lep pozdrav!
@jakub.er1
@jakub.er1 3 жыл бұрын
Super sprawa ! Dzięki za zaangażowanie , zawsze mnie to interesowało ! Działaj dalej .
@mbrina368
@mbrina368 3 жыл бұрын
I'm slovenian and I can understand other slavic languages, but polish...omg xD cool video tho :)
@mts5217
@mts5217 3 жыл бұрын
Is Polish too hard for you to understand? :D Well i can say same about all South Slavic languages, but East Slavic is much more closer to Polish for me. Pozdrawiam!
@bojanstare8667
@bojanstare8667 3 жыл бұрын
@@mts5217 For me as Slovenian it isn`t so heavy to read Polish, but to hear it and understand.
@Niall69Irish
@Niall69Irish 2 жыл бұрын
@@mts5217 i hear polish as a really really really drunk slovenian speaking
@RichieLarpa
@RichieLarpa 3 жыл бұрын
W ostatnich chwilach mnie zaczął interesować słoweński język i ten film jest dla mnie fajnym zaskoczeniem.
@RKB74
@RKB74 3 жыл бұрын
Cool! I could understand a lot more Slovenian than I would have thought (being able to SEE it helped a lot), just from speaking Czech. And it was important that I already knew that "otrok" is child in Slovenian (from visiting Lake Bled), because it's slave in Czech. Sladoled is such a great word..."sweet ice". I got three four and five before Norbert did! :D
@forbidden9531
@forbidden9531 3 жыл бұрын
No wreszcie, języki słowiański! Już zacząłem zapominać jak pisać po polsku 😅 Zajmujący odcinek, oczywiście lepiej rozumiałem polszczyzny, ale język rosyjski mi też pomógł: naprimer, zelo (arch.), govorila, sladko, hladno, mrzlo (miorzlo), namig (namiok) - jak w rosyjskim. Ale było dosyć słow ktorych nie zrozumiałem. Ale mniej więcej wszystko się udalo zgadnąć. Jak to będzie po rosyjsku: 1. Компью́тер (kompjuter). Laptop jest rozumiałe, ale częściej używamy ноутбу́к (noutbuk, angielsko notebook). Jeszcze mamy ЭВМ (EVM) czyli электро́нно-вычисли́тельная маши́на (elektronno-vyčyslitelnaja mašina, electronic-computing machine). No, uwielbiamy za długich terminów. 2. Футбо́л (futbol). Używamy angielskiego słowa bez tłumaczenia. Ale dla żartu można powiedzieć ногомя́ч (nogomiač, noga + miač (ball)), bardzo mi się kojarzy ze słoweńskim nogometem. 3. Ска́зка (skazka). Etymologia prawie jak w słoweńskim, skazyvat' (arch.) znaczy opowiadać o czymś. Bajka też istnieje, ale teraz to tylko krótka opowieść rodzaju anekdoty. Dobranocka w opisu Norberta kojarzy mi się z "Споко́йной но́чи, малыши́" (Spokojnoj nočy, malyši - Dobranocy, dzieciaki). To było (a chyba i nadal jest) widowisko dla dzieci z kreskówkami przed snem. 4. Моро́женое (moroženoje) od moroz czyli mróz, ale istneje taki rodzaj jak фрукто́вый лёд (fruktovyj lёd, owocowy lód). 5. Де́вушка (devuška). Prawie jak po polsku. Jeszcze może być девчу́шка (devčuška) lub po prostu де́вочка (devočka), ale to raczej dziewczynka. Czekam na następny odcinki!😀
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 3 жыл бұрын
Nogomet to raczej od noga + miotać. Po polsku dosłownie było by nogomiot. Akurat polski ma większość słów na określenie dziewczyny jak dziewuszka, dzieweczka, dziewoja.
@forbidden9531
@forbidden9531 3 жыл бұрын
​@@panadolf2691 No, oczywiście rozumiem że chodziło o nogomiocie, ale nogomiacz brzmi dosyć blisko, prawda? :)
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 3 жыл бұрын
@@forbidden9531 Dla Rosjanina, Ukraińca czy Białorusina na pewno.
@forbidden9531
@forbidden9531 3 жыл бұрын
@@panadolf2691 Девушка, девочка, девчушка, девчуля, девонька, дева
@user-tv2gk9ny5s
@user-tv2gk9ny5s 3 жыл бұрын
Норберт, так интересно смотреть твои видео и прослеживать, как похожи Славянские языки Спасибо тебе! Bardzo dziękuję))
@collin4555
@collin4555 3 жыл бұрын
While I only caught like 2 words other than loanwords out of the whole exchange, I really enjoy listening to these inter-Slavic conversations to better identify them by sound. Although it's hard to mistake Polish for anything else
@SionTJobbins
@SionTJobbins 3 жыл бұрын
as a non Slav who speaks no Slavic language, it's incredible how close the languages are. A Slav speaker can essentially go to any Slavic country and communicate in basic Slavic and would be understood. Must be such a great feeling to have that common family whilst also having, recognising and celebrating all the Slavic languages. As a Welsh speaker, we don't have with Celtic languages, though Welsh and Breton are close - Slavs are so lucky! Celebrate it. Would love to see a similar video with Welsh and Breton speakers and also Irish and Scots Gaelic (which are very close, from what I understand).
@lothariobazaroff3333
@lothariobazaroff3333 3 жыл бұрын
Croeso, Siôn. Dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg. Actually, Slovenian is very difficult to understand for the Poles, so many differences and "false friends".
@ilijamitrevski1210
@ilijamitrevski1210 3 жыл бұрын
At least you guys can go to Brittany on vacation fine huh? A Celtic language video would be great maybe some Gaulish could be thrown in there too
@andryuu_2000
@andryuu_2000 3 жыл бұрын
Yes it's Celtic. You guys are really lucky to speak such ancient languages, if it were for Romans you'd speak somethings like French even in great Britain and Ireland. But then the Germans came and settled down their language in the mainland without erasing celtic language
@ilijamitrevski1210
@ilijamitrevski1210 3 жыл бұрын
@@andryuu_2000 except for poor Cumbrian and Pictish :/
@philomelodia
@philomelodia 3 жыл бұрын
How do you do with Cornish? Can you understand any of the revivalists?
@warnerbf
@warnerbf 3 жыл бұрын
The video I was waiting for!
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Yes! Pozdrav iz Slovenije! :)
@alckinoy
@alckinoy 3 жыл бұрын
Hey, Norberto, glad you are back in business ;)
@Gamingknights2
@Gamingknights2 3 жыл бұрын
Awesome, first! Love your videos!
@bidaubadeadieu
@bidaubadeadieu 3 жыл бұрын
I really love this series of mutual intelligibility experiments! Thanks, as always, for providing subtitles in English. I am a beginning Russian speaker, so I can recognize some Polish and Slovenian (like word=слово=słowo, or old=старый=stary=star), but without the subtitles these videos would be almost completely inaccessible to me.
@harmonizer87261
@harmonizer87261 3 жыл бұрын
@ecolinguist Great video as always. Thank you for the english subtitles. It helps include the non-slavic speakers who are interested. .. I'm sure it takes a while to translate everything..
@QuantumBraced
@QuantumBraced Жыл бұрын
This was thoroughly entertaining, the Slovenian lady had great energy.
@paulwesley27
@paulwesley27 3 жыл бұрын
Thoroughly enjoyed this, thank you! Would love to see Slovene vs Croatian/Serbian or even Bulgarian. Keep up the great work!
@user-qe9tr9gp6b
@user-qe9tr9gp6b 3 жыл бұрын
Wow, “sladoled” (ice-cream) is such an interesting word for me as a Russian. It could easily be a Russian word too. Two roots “slad” (sweet) and “led” (ice) are put together with the help of the linking vowel “o”. Morphological derivation is exactly like in my language. Russian words: samolet (sam/self, letat/fly = airplane, parokhod (par/steam, khod/move = steamship and so on) In Russian sladky lyod means sweet ice. And ice-cream in Russian is “morozhenoe” (moroz = freeze)
@forbidden9531
@forbidden9531 3 жыл бұрын
We have fruit ice (фруктовый лёд, fruktowy liod) as a sort of ice creams though.
@volkhen0
@volkhen0 3 жыл бұрын
Owocowy lód
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Molodec. Pozdrav od Jasmine 👍💕
@yuriydee
@yuriydee 3 жыл бұрын
Same in Ukrainian. Cant believe I didnt guess it quick enough. Just thinking to myself hmm "sweet ice" what could it be haha but it is super obvious when you think about it.
@vojvoda-draza
@vojvoda-draza 3 жыл бұрын
Мы Сербий говорим тоже сладолед
@user-pd8xd3jk3e
@user-pd8xd3jk3e 11 ай бұрын
Она так четко все поясняет!.. Просто восторг.
@lanalepa6804
@lanalepa6804 3 жыл бұрын
Hvala Norbert in bravo Jasmina!!!
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
Hvala, Lana! 💕
@arexismorau8770
@arexismorau8770 3 жыл бұрын
Two most interestic slavonic languages on 1 place, nice Norbert!
@charlierobert2956
@charlierobert2956 3 жыл бұрын
Great video as always!! :D
@ziklo8958
@ziklo8958 3 жыл бұрын
Konečne po dlhej dobe nejaké video so slovanskými jazykmi, ďakujem :)
@sem5263
@sem5263 3 жыл бұрын
W końcu po długiej dobie (po długim czasie) jakiś komentarz po słowacku. Dziękuję :)
@shroudedindarkness79
@shroudedindarkness79 3 жыл бұрын
Macieju, tak zapamiętałam jak jest bajka, dzięki, świetny sposób. Edycja: 3 godziny potem nadal pamiętam: pravlica. Mam nadzieję że dobrze
@dobrapamiec
@dobrapamiec 3 жыл бұрын
Dziękuję za info zwrotne! 🔥
@kittythebest8307
@kittythebest8307 3 жыл бұрын
Tylko, że ta pravljica pochodzi od słowa prawić, a nie prać. Dziwne, że rozpoznali tego słowa, przecież jest ciągle w użyciu np. 'Co ty tam prawisz?' - mówimy z sarkazmem o kimś, kto wyplata niestworzone rzeczy.
@lukask7445
@lukask7445 3 жыл бұрын
@@kittythebest8307 Młodzież, jak to mówią, musi się wyszumieć. Uczciwie mówiąc, można już nie mieć do czynienia z osobą, która używa słowa "prawić", ale jest rozprawa, rozprawka...
@Ankiriko
@Ankiriko 3 жыл бұрын
Интересно, польский звучит понятнее словенского, но в то же время в словенском, как я заметила, больше слов по смыслу и звучанию похожих на русские
@benjicz1463
@benjicz1463 3 жыл бұрын
ale český už zní trochu jinak tam nenajdeme moc velkou podobnost
@orkbo2359
@orkbo2359 3 жыл бұрын
@@benjicz1463 я не знаю чешского но я понял о чем вы написали!
@annasuvorova6219
@annasuvorova6219 3 жыл бұрын
Я больше словенский поняла. Польский сложнее
@HelenaHeleena
@HelenaHeleena 3 жыл бұрын
Согласна, словенский легче было понять.
@wawrzyniec3653
@wawrzyniec3653 3 жыл бұрын
@@orkbo2359 так, это же написано
@joaquinabarca8018
@joaquinabarca8018 3 жыл бұрын
I love these videos
@konig3226
@konig3226 3 жыл бұрын
Grande Norbert!! Me encantan tus videos aunque no entendí nada pero eso es lo de menos.😄
@jurckastelc
@jurckastelc 3 жыл бұрын
Moooreee of Slovene 🇸🇮🇸🇮🇸🇮🇸🇮
@Jasmian
@Jasmian 3 жыл бұрын
👍💚
@francek3892
@francek3892 3 жыл бұрын
Understood Slovenian 95% 🇭🇷❤️🇸🇮 Neighbours and Slavic Brothers
@tongobong1
@tongobong1 3 жыл бұрын
Kajkavski je narečje slovenskega jezika.
@krunomrki
@krunomrki 3 жыл бұрын
@@tongobong1 Baš me zanima kulike bi ti tega razmel če bi došel v Zagorje. Bednjancuv sigurne ne bi baš poune mogel razmeti. Od gda je prvi put bil zapisan slovenski jeazik, v terem vieku? Kajkavski je starejši gda govorime o pisanomu jeaziku, z 15 vieka. Mi v kajkavskomu velime: denes, a vi v slovenskomu: danes; mi poviedame: sunce, vi solnce ... Meni se čini da bi pre mogle biti da je slovenski pod-dijalekt kajkavskoga govora. :) ;)
@tongobong1
@tongobong1 3 жыл бұрын
@@krunomrki Vse sem razumel. Mi rečemo sonce. Prvič je bil slovenski jezik zapisan okrog leta 1000 samo takrat beseda slovenski še ni obstajala. Takrat smo bili Karantanci.
@bojanstare8667
@bojanstare8667 3 жыл бұрын
@@krunomrki Pa kazal mi je kolegica iz Splita, da nije ništa razumela Gruntovčane. MOja mama se je pa spraševala zakaj so na TV Ljubljana pri Gruntovčanih slovenski podnapisi, če pa govorijo po naše. Ak staviš Prleka in Bednjanca, se budeta razmjela u piko. Ali drugi pak ju ne bumu niš razmjeli. Jel tako? Hrvački je štokavski, kajkavci so slovensko govoreči Hrvati.
@bojanstare8667
@bojanstare8667 3 жыл бұрын
@@tongobong1 To si kar ti nariši. So bili že takrat zapisi Souenci in podobno. Samo dobro so jih poskrili. Tudi Glagolica ni bila hrvaška. Hum v Istri do konca druge svetovne vojne nikoli ni bil hrvaški. Celo potvorili so govor papeža Benedikta XVI., ko je govoril o rojstnem kraju sv. Hieronima. Celo na uradni vatikanski strani je zapis spremenjen. So ga pa Nemci ohranili v knjigi izdani v Nemčiji. Ratzi je povedal v govoru, da je bil sv. Hieronim rojen v Stridonu pri Emoni. Cesar Karl IV. je dal v Pragi postaviti v čast sv. Hieronima Slovenski samostan. V njem je bil z dovoljenjem papeža Klemna VI. uradni jezik slovenščina.V njem naj bi se tudi hranil prvi prevod Biblije v materni jezik sv. Hieronima, ki ni bil latinščina. Dokler je bil Karl IV. živ in njegov naslednik cesar Sigismund in cesarica Barbara Celjska, je bil samostan slovenski. Ko je postal cesar Friderik III. Habsburški, je samostan preimenoval in ukinil slovenski jezik. Vanj je naselil španske Benediktovce. Obstaja listina priorja samostana, v kateri se pritožuje na pomanjkanju menihov, ki so govorili slovensko. Če greš danes na wikipedio, dobiš hrvaško informacijo, da je Karl IV. poklical hrvaške Glagoljaše, da so prinesli svoje knjige v samostan Emauss. To ime je samostan dobil šele s prihodom cesarja Friderika III. Tudi hrvaška prva veča sabora je bila v bistvu veča Slovencev v Panoniji. Tudi prvotni grb in Bula sta bila slovenska.
@koszniezbadany9036
@koszniezbadany9036 3 жыл бұрын
Fajny filmik, też interesujący wydaje się kanał Macieja, na pewno zajrzę:)
@user-px6mq4mg6g
@user-px6mq4mg6g 3 жыл бұрын
Норберт,я раз 1000 назад перематывал в процессе просмотра,вроде улавливаю смысл, но хочется ничего не упустить. Чуть не забыл, спасибо за труд!
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