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aleksadragutin
aleksadragutin Sep 25 2014, 6:43am says:

There isn't really much to learn here. It's completely readable and understandable.

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Slavian
Slavian Sep 27 2014, 12:59pm replied:

It seems that you're refering to the NeoSlavonic Language.
Yes it is easy to read and understand for most of us, the chalange is to use NS in that form ourselves with one another. That what I have to learn myself, because I'm not used to use those words on daily basis. Maybe we can practice NS on this site.

Bratu, sprobujme uživati tegoto novego jezyka medžu nami na totej stranici.

Можме писати Латинским или Цырилским писмом.

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Slavian
Slavian Jul 22 2014, 2:14pm says:

Alright, let's discuss our languages then.

There has been an unified effort of several Slavic Linguists to create one common language for us, to be able to communicate more effectively. Two projects merged together with their experts to bring us this ability.

The former one is the Interslavic Language - Steen.free.fr
It is based on the common Slavic Language Roots of our languages.

The other one is called the NEOSLAVONIC - Neoslavonic.org
It is almost the same as the former one, except that this one brings a bit more old authentic feel to it by introducing the Old Church Slavonic language that was used in the historic region of Macedonia and from which are also derived today's Slavic Languages.

These two groups cooperate on many levels and one of them is also a News Site - Izviestija.info

If we ever want to achieve any kind of UNITY, we need to be able to communicate effectively. I believe that this Common Slavic Language is lot easier to learn for any Slav than learning completely unrelated, foreign language.

Give it a try and send the links to your friends as well.

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Slavian
Slavian Jul 24 2014, 3:52pm replied:

Novoslovienskij jazyk - Новословіенскиј јазык

Projekt novoslovienskego jazyka jest častij modernego trenda tvorienija meždujazykov, iže na razliku ot starego Esperanta sut postavieni na komunikaciji speciјalnih jazyčnih s'vazov. Tuty jazyky imajut prednost v tom, že jim ljudi razumijut bez potreby velikego učenija, zatože tuti jazyky sut blizki jih rodnim jazykam.

Пројект новословіенскего јазыка јест частиј модернего тренда творіенија междујазыков, иже на разлику от старего Есперанта сут поставіени на коммуникацији специјалних јазычних съвазов. Туты јазыкы имајут предност в том, же јим људи разумијут без потребы великего ученија, затоже туты јазыкы сут близки јиx родним јазыкам.

Προιεκτ νοβοσλοβιενσκεγο ιαζυκα ιεστ τζαστηι μοδερνεγο τρενδα τβοριενηια μεζχδουιαζυκοβ, ηζχε να ραζληκου οτ σταρεγο Εσπεραντα σουτ ποσταβιενη να κομουνηκατσηιη σπετσηјαλνηχ ιαζυτζνηχ σ'βαζοβ. Τουτυ ιαζυκυ ημαιουτ πρεδνοστ β τομ, ζχε ιημ λιουδη ραζουμηιουτ μπεζ ποτρεμπυ βεληκεγο ουτζενηια, ζατοζχε τουτη ιαζυκυ σουτ μπληζκη ιηχ ροδνημ ιαζυκαμ.

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Yurikun
Yurikun Jul 23 2014, 3:00pm replied:

I remember when I was in elementary school, teachers used to say that I'm pretty good at learning foreign languages. Moreover I'm interested in Asian languages like Chinese or Japanese (from which I learned one of theirs alphabets called - Hiragana). Guess I shall try to look into these see if I can manage to learn or at least remember anything. :)

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Slavian
Slavian Jul 24 2014, 4:00pm replied:

Izviestija.info
Check the alphabets on the bottom of the above page link.
You may like it.

Regarding Chineese - one person told me that depending on a region, they could have up to 3000 [and more] symbols to express themselves in writing. That sounds like a lot of learning to me.

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Slavian
Slavian Jul 24 2014, 1:26pm replied:

I read some of the news in the InterSlavic or NeoSlavic as they call it - I understood 90% clearly and the rest I can figure out. My advantage may be however that we had Russian Language in our schools for 8 years and I can also communicate easy with folks from Poland, Ukraine and Czech of course.

Once you speak one Slavic Lamguage, it is very easy to master this IS/NS Language. There's not that much learning to do.

Those folks seem to be looking for volunteers to translate various text, if anyone has plenty of time, they can help as well.

Once you master this IS/NS Language, we will be able to talk to any Slav out there. That's a great start for our unification.

When I get used to the IS/NS, I will start using it here - instead of english. We should have our own Languge to communicate.

Sloviani, sojedinite sa!

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.Haru
.Haru Oct 12 2014, 5:03pm replied:

Sounds great. It's really easy and much more pleasant to read. I'd try to post something in NS one day. Thank you for sharing.
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Благодарю :)

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Yurikun
Yurikun Jul 24 2014, 2:16pm replied:

Not sure which to begin with any recommendations? I'm thinking about taking deeper look into Neoslavonic.

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Slavian
Slavian Jul 24 2014, 2:30pm replied:

Yes, me too.
To me, the presence of the Old Church Slavonic or also called by some the Ancient Slavonic, simply completes and improves the communication.

The author of the former InterSlavic Language is from a Baltic Region and is used mostly to Nothern and Eastern Slavic Languages. The inclusion of the Macedonian Style in the later NS, should make it to appeal to any Slav out there.

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