Top Ten Weirdest Language QuirksAsianBlood
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The fact that if you took the clicks out the language would make no sense is simply weird, and the fact they make these sounds daily is so...interesting. - AsianBlood
I'm Asian and my family and I speak Cantonese and this is totally relatable
First one means Mom
I don't know what the second means
Third means horse.
Fourth can't be translated. But it's the word you use to end a question.
Nine years of Chinese school barely paid off, lol. - keycha1n
Ma with a steady, high pitch.
Ma with a lowering pith.
Ma with a pitch going low then high.
Ma with a pitch that rises.
This means 4 different things in Chinese. Cantonese is even worse with 7 or 8 tones. - AsianBlood
Where one huge word becomes one sentence. I would like to post an example but I'm on phone so I can't right now. - AsianBlood
Yes, this really exists. A language where they only whistle, to a language where they have whistles. - AsianBlood
This really exist. I have no idea how they even pronounce stuff most languages basically need vowels now or everybody would stop speaking and then restart because they can't pronounce "wxllblrqd" or something. - AsianBlood
All the Romance languages, because they all come from Latin. They used to basically be Latin Creoles. - AsianBlood
Many Amazon languages are like this. - AsianBlood
Scots is extremely similar to English, with slight differences. Some people consider it a dialect. Watch a video of a man on YouTube (I think just search up "Scots language"). How much do you understand? - AsianBlood
I am a French learner, and it is extremely hard to deduce which vowel is which with that much diacratics. - AsianBlood
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