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Can you speak Romanian? Can you tell me I love you in Romanian? 😂

Of course I can speak Romanian 😅 I have learnt to speak it before Arabic or English coz I was born and spent most of my childhood in Romania.
Și nu, nu îți voi spune “te iubesc” în nicio limbă cunoscută sau necunoscută pentru că nici măcar nu știu cine ești 😅😂

I think it would be quite funny to hear you speak romanian, maybe you could do a voice answer one day. I'm curious what romanian sounds like from an American raised in NY lol

Yes, that would be amusing - the Brooklyn accent probably sounds a bit strange to most New Yorkers too. =) To clarify, I was born in Romania, we have lived in a few countries, etc., but our roots are from the Tyrol region of Austria / Northern Italy:
https://ask.fm/talionislexx/answers/169554816819

Should Romania help Moldova reclaim Transnistria?

Well, I believe that it is too late to shift those borders now and antagonizing Putin may not be the best idea. That said, I wouldn't oppose a reunification between Romanian and Moldova, as long as the rights of Russians, Ukrainians (and other ethnic minorities in that region) are fully respected.

Do you have an accent that places you where you're originally from?

Not really. Most of them are saying that I’m Spanish and not actually Romanian from my accent. But I understand, I lived in Spain for 10 years and that is actually more than I lived where I was born. 😄

Romanian is hard to learn and it differs a lot depending on the region. People from north (e.g Transylvania) have a complete different accent than those down south in Bucharest. for ex If someone from Bukovina will speak with a regional dialect, someone from Bucharest will not understand them xD

Correct. I was born in one region, have a current residence in another and I couldn't agree more about Bukovina. They are very hospitable people but I can hardly understand what they say. My thick Brooklyn accent does not help much either. 🤣
Dracula's Grave, Snagov Monastery / Sir Simon Marsden
Romanian is hard to learn and it differs a lot depending on the region People

I'm the sun, not the shadow. You are mine albanian boy!

I am a romanian boy and I like the shadow. I also know that without the sun, the shadow would not exist. Then from what I would hide in a sunless world?
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Прикольного тебе дня)😉

andreyk0904’s Profile Photoandrey.k
I'm just wondering, besides the Russian and Ukrainian languages, do you even know something? for example, Romanian or English, because it is so easy to know at least an international language.
I'm just wondering, why are you sending tsemchiks to everyone? for example, I don’t send this to anyone, because I’m afraid of native maniacs, bad people, jailers, psychotic personalities.
If you do not know Romanian or English, you can not answer.
Mă întreb doar, pe lângă limbile rusă și ucraineană, știi măcar ceva? de exemplu, româna sau engleza, pentru că este atât de ușor să cunoști măcar o limbă internațională.
Mă întreb doar, de ce trimiți tsemchik tuturor? de exemplu, nu trimit asta nimănui, pentru că mi-e frică de maniaci nativi, oameni răi, temniceri, personalități psihotice.
Daca nu stii romana sau engleza, nu poti raspunde.

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На холєру ти мені потрібна? Я якимось дивом був підписаний на тебе

Rike___Chubchik’s Profile PhotoRicky Cool
Firstly, let's start with the fact that if you are against the fact that Ukraine has a normal population and people are allowed to communicate in the language they want, that is, in those languages that they were instilled in from childhood, then you are here, dude! imagine that you came to Ukraine and they don’t let you speak English and they immediately tell you to speak Ukrainian. The same applies to us, for example, the Crimean Tatars, Hungarians, Moldovans and Romanians, despite the territory - believe me, this is far from Ukrainian land. If we talk about the fact that they came to Bukovina to tell you to speak Ukrainian, when this is the territory of Moldovans and Romanians, and in general Jews lived here in the 1900s, then think for yourself what it is like when they come from Kyiv and force a Hungarian, a Moldovan, a Romanian , Crimean Tatar and Pole to communicate in Ukrainian, despite the fact that these areas are remote. If you came to Ukraine and people would beat you because you communicate not in Ukrainian, but in English, what would you be?! that's what I had, that I began to communicate in Crimean Tatar with my mother, and my father in Romanian, then they were immediately asked what all of a sudden? Well, maybe because Bukovina is the territory of Romanians, that's why dad spoke Romanian?! And when in Crimean Tatar, this is my native language, Russian and Crimean Tatar, why can’t I speak with my mother in this language? this is my native language of childhood, the same goes for everyone else.
This is what Putin and Lukashenko are striving for. Our government does not want to let people communicate in their native language, but only in Ukrainian. That's because of this war, and not because of the fact that someone is good or bad.

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Crezi că banii îți pot aduce fericirea ?

RayOficial’s Profile PhotoReimond
Do not be offended, but I communicate in life in Russian, and not in Romanian or in the Crimean Tatar language. But I lived for some time in Ukraine, in the region of Bukovina, until the age of 23, and I understand a little what you are talking about.
For me, money in life means a lot, since I am such a person that I like to dress beautifully in fashion or make up.
But even in my life there is such a notion that I do not wear dresses that show breasts, jeans that are torn, and I like to wear the fashion of the 60s of the Soviet Power. Therefore, my life needs money, they allow me to go to sanatoriums, relax, buy books and develop myself.

Cât de tare te iubești?

IovaAndreea’s Profile PhotoDeea
Excuse me, but I do not know the Romanian language, I myself live in the Crimea and I am half Crimean Tatar, and my father has Jewish roots. Therefore, in Romanian, I will not answer you, but I will answer in English, since this is an international language and, as for me, all the countries of the European Union know it. And since you are a Romanian by nationality, and this is Europe, you must know English, because even people go to Romania who may not know Romanian, but know English just to stay with you. It can even be Danes or another nationality.
The second point, I think it will not be very nice if you answer to a person who does not know Romanian, but speaks English in Romanian. This is the same if I lived, for example, in the Crimea and addressed them in Hebrew.
The third point, I don’t know who you love there, and who you like in general, but if I were you, if you are under 25 years old, then think about yourself and your self-development, about how to learn some language, read book.
I think you know how cool it is to go to various sanatoriums, as I do in the Crimea, go to clubs, hang out, have fun and go to cafes and restaurants, eat delicious food, and just live for yourself, and not think that someone is you abandoned once or let's say he doesn't love you, but you love him.
For example, I love my father, he is my best - the kindest father, as naive as I am. Well, I love my mother because we also have many similarities with her.
And I recommend it to you too.
Get distracted by something, do something for yourself, and then everyone will love you.

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besides japanese and korean, which other languages of music do you listen to?

Ooo there's a lot that I listen to like Chinese, Indonesian, Maori, Romanian, German, French, Spanish, Icelandic, etc. despite not speaking their language😊 it's not even just the pop or mainstream, but a ton of traditional/folk music as well😄
Here's a Nordic lullaby that I just recently discovered (the vid is also so calming) :D
https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=KTmatjyd4KMshaireen’s Video 169589518976 KTmatjyd4KMshaireen’s Video 169589518976 KTmatjyd4KM

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I speak fluent in polish, because I'm from Poland. I speak english, understand russian and I know few words in romanian.

How many languages can you speak? How did you learn them?

hussainaliraqe23’s Profile Photo3ra2y
Romanian - it’s my native language
Spanish- I lived in Spain for 9 years and I went to school there.
English- I studied in high school and I live in the UK for about 4 years, and movies /series helped a lot.
Italian - it’s quite similar to Spanish and I’ve been to Milano last year for a week and everyone around me was speaking Italian so I quite figured it out. 🥴

He¡!👀Mă ajutați cu ceva?😊Vreau sa schimb piesa pe care o am la tonul de apel,cu o altă piesă frumoasa și demnă de un ton de apel. Ce melodii îmi recomandați ?

So bellow was what I originally answered, but I gave google translate another try and I think it came up with the correct translation, so for a ringtone I'd personally go with something nice and upbeat which in this case would be some electro-swing. Check out Jamie Berry's Lost in the rhythm.
Hello, before I start answering I gotta say this, my curiosity is killing me, are you the same person that sent me the other questions in Romanian before? Do we know eachother, how did you come across my profile, where are you from, why do you ask anonymously? I think it's obvious that I'm very intrigued here :D.
Anyway to your question, if google has translated it correctly then it depends what kind of genre do you listen to.
If it's classical I would suggest to check out the music listed in a book written by Haruki Murakami, where he talks with Seiji Ozawa, which is a conductor and has conducted incredible orchestral pieces.
If we are looking for something more modern going for electro-swing is a good choice as well, Grammatik, Jamie Berrie, on youtube there are some incredible compilations of electro-swing music.
Rap I don't have much to offer I mainly listen to Tech N9ne, one of my favorite songs of his is K.O.D., or you could try from his more recent music like Outdone is a good one. Other than him I listen to Eminem's music a lot, well at one point I had interest in some German rappers like Sido, or Materia (they have this one beautiful song - Welt der Wunder, which would mean world of wonders), but yeah not much into rap.
Going into rock and metal, well I am mainly a Korn fan Falling Away From Me is still my favorite song, still their newer ones are pretty great, I even liked the dubstep album Love and Meth was pretty good in my opinion, speaking of meth, their song Last Legal Drug is really good, that and ADDIDAS fall in my top Korn songs category, together with Dead Bodies Everywhere, and Coming Undone. Other than that I go for the usual suspects Rammstein - Mein Teil, Ich tu dir weh, Du richt so gut, and such; Slipknot - Nero forte, All out life, (personal favorite) Sulfur; Disturbed - The Animal, Down with the Sickness, Decadence, Liberate; Megadeth; Metallica; Rob Zombie, and the list could go on for a long time.
Recently I started learning Russian, and I found 3 nice groups that I like Любэ, Аффинаж, and Kрематорий all are great to listen to, though the 1st and 3rd from the Russian bands, are pretty old school.
Speaking of old school, the old rock groups are great, AC/DC for one are incredible Foghat's Slow Ride is a good one as well, you could find a lot of good oldies in the Guitar Hero games playlists... well the older games like Guitar Hero 3, don't know about the others ^^'.
Umm, right now I can't think of anything else and the answer has become pretty lengthy, I presume it wasn't what you were looking for, but it was a pretty broad question that you have asked me ^^. Anyway hope this was helpful to you, whoever you are :D

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HeMă ajutați cu cevaVreau sa schimb piesa pe care o am la tonul de apelcu o altă

De ce Crezi că, în general, în țările sărace unde educația e precară, religia tinde să fie predominantă? Cum e de ex. la noi, unde the average romanian se duce la preot sau se tratează cu țuică fiartă și felii de cartofi în ciorap în loc să consulte medicul când are o problemă.

Păi avem asa: sărăcie => educație precară => acces scazut la știință => conservatorism => religie ca mecanism de aparare pt cacatul in care trăiești :))

Hi guys, so I have kind a probblem. I want to start #youtube BUT I am Romanian and Greek and I also speak English (7/10) not perfect but understandable. I just don't know in what language should I do it????? I am afraid that if I do it on Eng. people are gonna make fun of me....IDK

denisamihaela19999157’s Profile Photodenisamihaela_1999
Ja das ist ja ein Ding.......Rumänier und Grieche zugleich.....und dann sprichst du noch english.....wow......
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Ich teile die Weltbevölkerung, schaue nach den Trends und um Fame....das wollen doch die meisten.....Kohle und Rum und das schnell.
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if you are bilingual/multilingual, what language are your inner thoughts? is it easier for you to think in your first language or second (or third) language? 🤔💭

nurbzee’s Profile Photonurulhuda
Romanian – my first language. We speak Romanian at home and with most relatives. I spent my first grade in a Romanian school. So I know how to read and write, but I`m not really familiar with grammar and most rules. The language that I used is too distant from the cultural Romanian. When I try to write something more culturally it feels so weird and unnatural that I try to avoid it by any means. But I pray only in Romanian.
Ukrainian – the official language in my country. The language that is used in school and university. Language for official documents, studying, writing essays, etc. The language that at first was hard for me to perceive and speak correctly. But I use it in my everyday communication the most.
Russian – language of my childhood TV, songs, most books that I`ve read. Most of the answers here are in Russian, my few poems also. It feels easier to write my thoughts in Russian, more lyrical. But I don`t really talk in Russian. It`s funny how sometimes a person talks to me in Russian but I respond in Ukrainian.
English – I get closer to it step by step. It took me, I guess, some 8-9 years to get where I`m now. School lessons felt too compulsory and not funny. But when I discovered it could be the other way – songs, movies, books, memes, English-speaking friends, it feels easier, without outside pressure, but from my inner desire.
And speaking about my inner thoughts – it`s some mix of these languages. Not at one time. But it changes. It depends on many factors – where I am, with whom, what I`m thinking, what I`m doing, what`s the purpose of my thinking if there is one.

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if you are bilingualmultilingual what language are your inner thoughts is it

Have you ever loved someone you have not met?

iquu__00’s Profile Photoiquu
Yes indeed, I did a remote project based in Germany. I had a thing for a Romanian girl in my team. The project ended but we continued our thing and eventually it ended like any other long distance relationship 😭
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Vreau sa ma intorc pentru o zi in anul 1987, in comunism, sa ma plimb pe bulevard, sa intru la Cocor, sa vad numai Dacii 1310, sa intru in casa dupa ce am stat la coada la lapte si paine, sa ma uit la ceasul cu cuc, mileul si pestele de pe TV si sa vorbesc la tlf fix cu disc rotativ.

Si sa dormi cu 3 geci pe tine, să ai electricitate câteva ore pe zi, sa nu poti sa sufli o vorba, ca poate fi interpretat împotriva sistemului, sa nu ai ce alimente cumpara din magazine :)) fain fain in comunism.
Dacă tot vrei sa vezi chestii, mergi la Romanian Kitsch Museum in Afi :))

What think about România

Romanians are like us and like all the other peoples of the world. In every people there are good people and less good people. Unfortunately people label all Romanians but also Albanians etc. as criminals... but that’s not always the case, because there are a lot of good people among them.
And then my best friend is Romanian and he’s a very good person. 🇷🇴♥️👫

what. why i'm racist? which one of my questions was racist? I just wanted to know more about your religion and your beliefs. people nowdays use the word racist too easily.

You are right, but the second and third question are so strange to me.
I'm not used to ask foreigners is there Christians in the country or like this, i am not Romanian btw, i'm Egyptian that is why I am not used to such questions.
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I'm a bit late to the Lana Del Rey party xD That makes sense and shows you have good priorities!! Doggo first, phone later! Spaniels are my favourite!! We always had them on the farm but that was before my time! Awwwww!! Well go you for rescuing as well! All dogs are good dogs! 😍

JoeeeMason’s Profile PhotoJoe Edward Mason
Haha, never too late to find some good music tbf! Sometimes I find a good band or something and I’m like omg how have I never heard these before?! 🤣
Yeah he’s getting worse ☹️ it’s so heartbreaking but I’m doing all I can.
They are so cute tbf. Especially their long curly ears 🤣
Yeah they are. I follow this Romanian rescue too recently and they bring them over and give dogs who are about to be killed homes, it’s so amazing 🥺
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Hello. Imagine you find dirty secret of your family about bloody big wealth waiting for you to turn certain age, after that it will be yours. I'm talking about - money, diamonds and etc. Will you keep it and live the dream, or give it to the authorities. What if they lock you up? Regards, smileys

ItheTroll’s Profile Photo# a stolen dream™
Hello.
I'm kinda confused. The big fortune was obtained by bloody means, which would mean that we obtained it by force, which means it's not quite ours? Or that my family has some internal issues and my parents made some plots that will give me the right over it, even if I wasn't the rightful heir? Or do I find out that my family left me a big fortune but I can't use it before I reach a certain age because of certain reasons? (I read a lot of manga on this topic, so my mind is a tad confused as I don't know what exactly you mean).
Depending on your answer, my answer also changes.
If I find out that they obtained it through force, I'll try to find the rightful owners and try to come to a compromise with them. If they are dead or missing or whatever, I'll enjoy the dream.
If I find out that my family made me the heir through some plots, I'll see who the rightful heir is and again try to reach a compromise with them. I might not talk with them (as in explaining them the situation) but share the wealth with them.
If it's the last one, I'll try to find out why they didn't say anything until now, why must I wait to be a certain age and see what I find. I might live the dream afterwards, but again, I wouldn't go overboard with it as I don't like to show off.
I wouldn't give it to the authorities in neither case. I'll put it to better use and if it's money obtained through devious means, authorities should find the truth without me having to tell it to them. ?‍♀️
What if they lock me up? As in taking me to jail? I'll just protest and do my utmost to get out. But then again, when thinking of Romanian police, they wouldn't do such things as they wouldn't bother finding the truth without me telling it or doing things that could bring suspicions over me ?‍♀️

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When asked to name a country you'd like to visit, which one would be your first choice? What country would you rather not visit? Why those countries?

Cameliee’s Profile PhotoCamelié.
I wanna visit Australia firstly.
Before that india is our neighbor country specially i wanna visit places like assam,kashmir & goa.i don't wanna visit Israel being a muslim.
nowaday,i wanna visit romania too.because you tell me so much about romania and its culture.i wanna meet you too.
Do romanian people speak in english?or alternative languages?

Actually rumanians share a lot with latinos. Our languages isn't that different. I think it's easy for both latinos and rumanians to learn eachothers language

That is kind of true, but is easier for us, Romanians, to learn Spanish. That s mainly because we have more sounds in our alphabet so there is no new sounds to try and pronounce, you know? For Spanish speakers is harder to learn Romanian
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da, le mai vad si pe social media ce se sparg ca pun ele poza cu berea, cu tigara, cu astea. astea de 14-15-16 ani. si mai au si un tupeu fantastic de iti vine sa suplinesti tu locul lu ma-sa si sa le educi romanian style cu coada de la matura.

=))) Subscriu la ultima parte. Aici e atat de mult de discutat, chiar e un subiect foarte complex. Copilelor de genul chiar le lipseste ceva, fie ca emotional, moral sau pur si simplu o relatie mai ok cu parintii. It's an entire debate
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a basic romanian b tch, tipica nuntasa cu coc, paiete si sclipici a castigat bv ai stil, mi-e clar ca doar casnicele si pensionarele voteaza la emisiunea aia, si cand te gandesti cat potential are Corina. va face oricum chestii misto, asta a fost doar rampa de lansare <3

Cine a castigat? N am urmarit si nici n am intrat pe fb sa vad daca e vreo postare
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