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  • #410299

    Anonymous
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    I really had no idea how to end it all… and thanks. I might record some brief Serbian…

    Lol, that's so tipically American!  ;D Otherwise it was nice. You have a good voice.  :)

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    youre all one juhoš bunch except svätoslava and slavicmuse  ;D

    Hmm, how funny.  ;D But why calling your own people jugosi? Afterall, you're not wrong with 2/3 of us here.  :)

    #410300

    Anonymous
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    I wonder what you sound like when you speak Serbian knowing what your voice sounds like. Does your voice go deeper whenever you speak Serbian?

    #410301

    Anonymous

    am sorry for my senseless posts from last night, i dont remember posting that, but its there…
    that happens when am drunk and sit at laptop, i actually fell asleep at laptop  ;D

    #410302

    Anonymous

    You probably dont know how to drink!  ;)

    #410303

    Anonymous
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    I wonder what you sound like when you speak Serbian knowing what your voice sounds like. Does your voice go deeper whenever you speak Serbian?

    Maybe… but in my own ears it sounds similar.  I've never recorded me speaking Serbian before…

    #410304

    Anonymous
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    Lol, that's so tipically American!  ;D Otherwise it was nice. You have a good voice.  :)

    Hahaha.. yeah. The American bit happens more than I'd like to admit, but I can't deny where I was born and raised. Heheheehe.. and thanks. :)

    #410305

    Anonymous
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    Hahaha.. yeah. The American bit happens more than I'd like to admit, but I can't deny where I was born and raised. Heheheehe.. and thanks. :)

    Lol, noone can deny his past, plus, it's nothing to be ashamed of.  :)

    #410306

    Anonymous
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    Lol, noone can deny his past, plus, it's nothing to be ashamed of.  :)

    Hehehe.  True. Not ashamed.  My upbringing made me who I am today and I like me so I don't mind. I can't change anything in the past anyway so there is no point in being upset about it. :)

    #410307

    Anonymous
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    Dalibor, your voice tone sounds more common for Belgrade men and this area of central Serbia than Bosnia, a bit surprising, but I guess its due to your education here in Belgrade  ;D

    Not, I do not speak that way acctually. I was reciting song of Vladislav Petković Dis, since it is in ekavian, I used to recite it with Belgrad accent :)

    #410308

    Anonymous
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    Not, I do not speak that way acctually. I was reciting song of Vladislav Petković Dis, since it is in ekavian, I used to recite it with Belgrad accent :)

    Hm, I was not talking about accent, I was talking about your voice tone. I know quite a few people who came from Bosnia, Montenegro and other parts of Serbia and after years of life in Belgrade you can still note they weren't raised here  :)

    #410309

    Anonymous

    Instinctly I speak ekavian with higher intonation, I dont know I guess I picked it from TV. I will soon post something in ijekavian to show difference. :)

    #410310

    Anonymous
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    Instinctly I speak ekavian with higher intonation, I dont know I guess I picked it from TV. I will soon post something in ijekavian to show difference. :)

    Please do!  I might just post something in Serbian if you do. :)  I'm not really familiar with ijekavian so I love to listen to it when I can…

    #410311

    Anonymous
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    Hehehe.  True. Not ashamed.  My upbringing made me who I am today and I like me so I don't mind. I can't change anything in the past anyway so there is no point in being upset about it. :)

    Yeah, that's the right mood. Though it is a fact that we can't choose our birth nationality, we should all be proud. The fact that I am Slovene and Slavic makes me proud, especially on our languages, which are so connected but yet so different.  ;D

    #410312

    Anonymous
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    Yeah, that's the right mood. Though it is a fact that we can't choose our birth nationality, we should all be proud. The fact that I am Slovene and Slavic makes me proud, especially on our languages, which are so connected but yet so different.  ;D

    Well, I can't say I'm PROUD of my birth nationality… but I can't change it nonetheless. *shrugs* What can ya do? I am proud of my heritage – Scottish and Rusyn (I can even be more general and simply say Celtic-Slavic) definitely. But I'm far from a "proud American" …

    #410313

    Anonymous
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    Well, I can't say I'm PROUD of my birth nationality… but I can't change it nonetheless. *shrugs* What can ya do? I am proud of my heritage – Scottish and Rusyn (I can even be more general and simply say Celtic-Slavic) definitely. But I'm far from a "proud American" …

    Lol, can't imagine anything but a redneck with a flag and shotgun…  ;D ;D ;D Well, I ment the heritage n' stuff. I see nationality in our European Slovene, not how Americans usually do.

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