Language Challenge: Are You Ready to Say This Sentence?

Simple thing, go anon if you want to, I'm not gonna laugh at you and I accept challenges of your native language as well. I'm gonna say one sentence in my language (Portuguese) and you try to repeat it, then I say if it's good or not.

Listen (I speak normally and then slower): http://vocaroo.com/i/s1uDIONMY5LC

"Eu aceitei o desafio, falei a frase e venci. Sou o melhor."

It means: "I accepted the challenge, spoke the sentence and won. I'm the best"

Good luck folks!


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What Girls Said 4

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  • Good question @matheus_mb! :p 👍👍
    I mean, I would try this difficult "challege", but I guess that wouldn't be fair to other Gaggers 😂

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    • It's really funny to listen the answers, though. They're not that bad! ahah

    • haha, yeah, wouldn't be fair at all, you'd speak perfectly with a perfect accent from Portugal. And I agree, they're not that bad, some of them did really great!

    • That's right! :)

  • OMG I am so gonna do this as soon as I get home. :D

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    • Yeah! It's not difficult, good luck! :D

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    • Aww thank you so much ☺️ @yumix

      @asker:
      Really? That's strange because German and Portuguese aren't related at all. I don't speak any Spanish unlike a lot of people from the US but I can speak Italian, not sure if that helps though. It's interesting haha!

      Well done! It was pretty good except that you should've pronounced the "z" sharper :)

    • @FOOLibra Spanish is similar to Portuguese, but I believe that Portuguese is more complex, with a larger variety of sounds, for example.

      I expected a worst result actually, never spoke German xD. And it's interesting to see a sharp Z, I spoke it just the way we say in Portuguese, should pay more attention from now on (I wanna visit Germany sometime this year or next one, I have relatives living there)

  • Challenge accepted! I hope that's really what it means and not something dirty loool
    http://vocaroo.com/i/s0KE5hwWfNCt

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    • That was very good! Excelent to be honest! You did great! What's your native language?

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    • I should do that more often, next time with a more complicated sentence!

    • Please do!

What Guys Said 5

  • I hope it doesn't sound too bad :-)
    http://vocaroo.com/i/s05OVDU3EWjU

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  • First I'd like to apologizee to the Portuguese speaker of Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Macau, Angola etc.. for butchering your language and sounding like a A plus tard..
    http://vocaroo.com/i/s0IlRhSlIlEI

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  • I'll give it a shot. LOL

    http://vocaroo.com/i/s1hdAmlg5k1Y

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    • It was good, when you said "falei a frase" I could realize almost no accent. And yeah, Portuguese can be tricky if you compare it to Spanish, it has a larger variety of sounds, I like to say that it's more "complete".

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    • Haha, for sure!

      When I first began learning Spanish I was introduced to noun genders, and I was like, "say whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?"

    • haha, I imagine how it was scary xD. In Portuguese you can abbreviate many things. The Spanish "de la" becomes "da", "de lo" - "do", "en la" - "na", "en lo" - "no" and so on.

      And for you to have an idea of how much more sounds and grammar rules we have, check these letters: á, à, â, ã, ó, ô, õ, é, ê, í, ç. And there are sounds like, lho, lha, lhe that do not exist in Spanish.

  • Forgive me Portuguese people , I try xD I have cough, don't beat me up. XD

    http://vocaroo.com/i/s0iCac3pu7ma

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  • @theccanyon look what I found!! :p

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