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World League R8 2011
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Haziv tarank. Shnorhavor mez.
Thank you for the background! I wasn't aware that the languages had different linguistic origins. It is definitely nice to learn something else than just chess ...
Hello Dear Dietmar Just for your information:
Armenian language is one of cores of Arian (Indian-Europian) Language group, like Latina, Persian, Greek, English. Armenian language is older than 5000 years.
Azeri language is part of Mongol - Turkish language group, and is very different compared with armenian language. Difference not only on words but on structure.
Armenian structure is very close to Italian and German.
Azeri structure is close to turkish.
On google translate there are many words that translates wrong(Azeri hackers hacked that words :D). for ex. 1 week before google translate translates"Ես սիրում եմ հայերեն" (It translates as "I love armenian") "I love Turky" :DDD Now that problem is fixed.
If you interested you can find articles about armenian from here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_language
The Armenian language, though has changed from its origins due to a avery long history, was originated in the first century. I don´t have any data about azerbaidshani, I pressume it has a lot to do with turkish and parsi, so I guess it must be a Google ´s blunder.
Interestingly enough, Google Translate is able to provide translations for that style of Armenian: "հանգիստ խաղացեք" which I presume is the real one while it totally fails with the anglized version of it (similar to Chinese). The puzzling thing once I set the language to Azerbaidshani it picks up a few words. Do the two languages have some things in common (I am fully aware that the two countries don't have much love for each other - but that's a different topic we don't need to visit here) or is it just a Google quirk?
shat mec hashvov khaxtenk, Tik, Hrachkocharyan
Andranikkk, es da nkati chunem, parzapes irenq ratingov shat bardzr en mrcakcic
Dont worry Dietmar, it´s a quite difficult language indeed.
ArmenianBishop ev Vicminas, dzer 3 xaxic gone 1.5 miavor ev khaxtenk
Armenian is definetely not an easy language ... at least not for me ...
While it may not be enough to save the match I managed to salvage a draw from a worse position by forcing a repetition. Maybe there is room for more surprising turns ..
100 $ eeee % :D
+2 im koxmic !!!
Team NW...looks like we are moving back towards winning this match. Keep up the good play.
mi hat nayeq, 2 rd xaxum inch sxal em arel :(
Ancanq inknel 5 miavorov. Sharunakenk senc!!
Haa, parza, de uremn petqa het berel vonc vor te sagh hnaravorutyunnere kan, mnuma el jamanakov chkrvenq
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