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OK, i'm just curious. I'll start with an easy one.

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:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
 

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Thanks, Daniel. I can say them in Spanish, I just can't spell them.

Spanish is so beautiful:bounce:
 

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yw Bright Red.




:) :) :) :) :) :) :)
 

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:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 

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Daniel


I'm Charlie.

Dutch is cool. I like the number Vijf

Zeven is cool, too.
 

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In Croatian:

1 - jedan
2 - dva
3 - tri
4 - cetiri
5 - pet
6 - sest
7 - sedam
8 - osam
9 - devet
10 - deset

In Czech (now I live in Czech rep.), it's almost the same like in Croatian

1 - jedna
2 - dva
3 - tri
4 - ctyri
5 - pet
6 - sest
7 - sedm
8 - osm
9 - devet
10 - deset
 

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LOL @ Barrie-Dude
 

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I didn't realize that Czech and Croatian are so similar, zlatso seles. Do they sound similar when spoken?
 

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Thanks for sharing with us in the language of love, Julien.

Oh la la, French is darn sexy!
 

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that's not really hard!

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äâà
òðè
÷åòûðå
ïÿòü
øåñòü
ñåìü
âîñåìü
äåâÿòü
äåñÿòü

Now the same but in English

odin
dva
tri
chetyri
pyat
shest
sem
vosem
devyat
desyat
 

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American - from different states

Wun
Too
Tree
Fo'
Fahve
Sicks
Sehven
Ayte
Niyun
Tin

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Thanks, nina_rus. I was hoping Russian would make it here.

I like the Cyrillic alphabet. The number 2 looks like 'Aaah". Do the figures also look different in Cyrillic?

Russian, Croatian, and Czech seem to be in the same family based on some of the numbers.
 

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VBN,

What's Brummie?


tia clara,

you are too much:). I admit, I can relate to some of those numbers (especially the fo')
 

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Ein
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Vier
Funf
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Achts
Neun
Zehn
 
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