Exactly I was trying to find original nickname so I went on Google Translate and translated many words in many different languages. And I thought that "Zolty" sounded good, even if I guess I totally mispronounce it ! lol
Slavic languages don't have the same alphabet? Oo Wow that's complicated !
Yes I have to admit French and Spanish have many words that look alike (often in spanish tests when french student don't know a word they put the french word and add a "-a" or a "-o" at the end, just in case And sometimes they're right !). But even if it's easier for a french to learn spanish, I know a lot of people that better speak english !
Of course But for a non-native it must be really difficult to learn ! The only slavic word I know is "zolty" (with special letters), the polish word for "yellow". I called my Hypno like that in Soul Silver
Wow, two slavic languages, it's good But I guess that when you speak Slovenian you can easily understand Croatian and vice-versa, don't you? Or both languages are very different?
Oh you know, I've totally lost my level in Spanish, and it's annoying, in Spanish class I have all the words I need that come up in English ><
Well I've been learning spanish for almost 4 years, since I'm 13 But last year and this year I've got bad teachers so I'm a little disappointed, I speak spanish less and less good :/
Yes, the three languages have nothing to do with each others ! :O I don't really know Slovenian (I've just heard that Slavic languages are very difficult lol), but I agree that Spanish is a beautiful language, more "melodious" than English for example
Oh ok, so you have been learning just for a few months I guess it may be pretty difficult for you, because Spanish is totally different from the languages you knew till now.
I don't know "La Belle Epoque" :3 Do you like it?
I have been learning since September. It was very hard for me in the first few weeks but now I'm getting the hang of it
We watched a movie for Christmas, called Belle Epoque (the title may be in French, but the movie is in Spanish)