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    #2
    Iš anglų kalbos nereikia daryti stabo. Gal tokį "humorą" reikia dėti į "Cafe international".
    Tas "humoras" svetimomis kalbomis turėtų būti jei ne totaliai išverčiamas, tai bent supantamas didesnei daliai forumiečių.
    Kas bus, jei kiekvienas dės "bajerius" tomis kalbomis, kurias moka?
    Atsiprašau, kad rašau temoje, kuri turėtų būti "šiaip linksma"

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      #3
      Parašė Romas Rodyti pranešimą
      Atleisk, Jonai, bet nejuokinga
      Romai, spėju, nesi Internete susidūręs su Captcha identifikavimo "testais", kurie naudojami registruojantis forumuose ar naudojantis viešais failų laikymo serveriais, siekiant atskirti kompiuterį nuo žmogaus, kai prašoma įvesti abstrakčias frazes į tam skirtą laukelį. Dėl to tikriausiai nelabai supratai, kas čia per velnias. Nors kadangi aš su tuo susiduriu labai dažnai, man tai pasirodė labai juokinga, kaip, spėju, ir daugeliui tų, kurie dažnai susiduria su Captcha testais
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        #4
        Parašė Romas Rodyti pranešimą
        Iš anglų kalbos nereikia daryti stabo. Gal tokį "humorą" reikia dėti į "Cafe international".
        Tas "humoras" svetimomis kalbomis turėtų būti jei ne totaliai išverčiamas, tai bent supantamas didesnei daliai forumiečių.
        Kas bus, jei kiekvienas dės "bajerius" tomis kalbomis, kurias moka?
        Atsiprašau, kad rašau temoje, kuri turėtų būti "šiaip linksma"
        Taip jau Dievulis surėdė, kad anglų kalbą šiandien moka daugiausiai žmonių ir būtent šia kalba yra mums suprantama daugiausiai ir geriausio humoro. Taigi nereiktų pykti ar stebėtis, kad būtent šia kalba ir dedama daug humoro, kaip ir bet kokios kitos informacijos iš bet kokios kitos srities. Aišku, yra daug naudingų šaltinių ir kinų ar japonų kalbomis, bet, mano manymu, šias kalbas mokančių žmonių Lietuvoje turėtų būti kur kas mažiau, nei mokančių angliškai ar net rusiškai. Jei apsiribosime vien lietuvišku humoru ar vertimais (ar atsiras daug norinčių tuo užsiimti? Nemanau), tuomet ši tema turės numirti. Tiesiog reikia į viską žiūrėti iš praktinės, o ne emocinės-patriotinės pusės.

        O jei kažkas be to negali, tesusikuria temą "Nacionalpatriotinio humoro skyrelis" ar kažką panašaus.
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          #5
          /\ Šiaip kai dedu kokią latvišką karikatūrą, pasistengiu viską išversti, nors man ir dar keletui pasienio gyventojų ir be vertimo viskas aišku.
          Nereikia lia lia su ta anglų kalba.

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            #6
            Na taip, anglų ir latvių kalbos tai tikrai yra labai panašaus svorio ir svarbos
            You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.

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              #7
              Prie šios dienos temos



              P.S. prašau nepriimti asmeniškai ir į viską žiūrėti su humoru
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                #8
                John dabar "pajuokavo" rusišku stiliumi, kurį minėjo blitz...
                Nepatinka dirbti už mažai? Dirbk už daug.

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                  #9
                  Parašė bebop Rodyti pranešimą
                  John dabar "pajuokavo" rusišku stiliumi, kurį minėjo blitz...
                  Manau, kad jis čia turi omeny ne anglų kalbos nemokėjimą, o patriotines ambicijas
                  You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.

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                    #10
                    Jei jauni žmonės (o tokių čia, manyčiau, yra dauguma) visiškai nemoka anglų kalbos, tai ką jie veikė mokykloje?

                    Šiaip, manyčiau, anglų kalbą čia turėtų bent jau pakenčiamai mokėti dauguma žmonių (tą patikrinti, beje, galime kad ir surengę forumo apklausą). Bent jau tikrai pakankamai daug, kad vertėtų atitinkamose temose publikuoti informaciją ir šia kalba. Tas pats, beje, galioja ir rusų kalbai (ypač tiems, kam per 30), nors jos reikšmė mažėja, kuomet su anglų kalba yra atvirkščiai. Galbūt mums tokia realybė ir ne visada patinka, bet nuo to niekur nepabėgsim.

                    Na o jeigu yra žmonių, kurie kažko nemoka, tai ką padarysi. Aš irgi nežinojau, kas yra visokie EMU, DMU, Co-Co ir pan., bet išmokau ir kuo toliau, tuo viskas atrodo įdomiau. Yra dalykų, kurių niekada neišmoksiu, bet tai nereiškia, kad apie juos negali kalbėti tie, kuriems tai aktualu.
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                      #11
                      Užsienio kalbos forume

                      Politics and history: Lithuania and the Slavs

                      VILNIUS - Alexander Dugin, Russia’s philosopher, who is rumored, at least in the recent past, of having great influence on Vladimir Putin, stated in an interview to delfi.lt (published on Nov. 15, 2010) that Russia will occupy the Baltics again if something wrong will happen to the USA, but at the moment there is no danger for the Balts’ independence due to their NATO membership. He also talked about history and Lithuanian-Russian relations in his interview.

                      By the way, Dugin was one of those who urged for the occupation of all of Georgia during the Russian-Georgian war and Putin tended to agree with such a point of view, but Western diplomacy saved the Georgians then. The interview is interesting in understanding the world’s perception of political technologists close (although now, in the Dmitry Medvedev-era, maybe not so close already or yet) to the Kremlin. “Lithuania is a real state. Although it is a very little state, it is a real state. I feel much less sympathy to Latvians and Estonians, who were German-occupied ethnic groups. Maybe due to the past, Lithuanians properly behaved, regarding the Russians. They were a great nation when Russians were much weaker. They are an enemy and a rival worthy of respect. I have the same opinion about the Poles,” Dugin said, adding that “non-hidden neo-Nazi Russo-phobia exists in Latvia and Estonia, while it is non-existent in Lithuania.” Regardless, according to Dugin, Russia regards all three Baltic states as enemies. Dugin’s interview demonstrates how strongly history influences the opinion of policy makers and ideologists.

                      Dugin is maybe right speaking about the Russian issue in Lithuania. The percentage of ethnic Russian local residents, statistically, is several times lower in Lithuania than in Latvia and Estonia and, therefore, the Russian issue does not play a big role in Lithuanian politics. Ethnic Russians make up 4.9 percent of Lithuania’s total population – all of them have Lithuanian citizenship. There is one 15 minute-long program of Lithuania’s Russian community per week, on Wednesdays at 12:00, on Lithuanian public TV. On March 23, that program showed the young people of Russian origin who were participants in discussions in the small Russian Culture Center on Boksto Street in Vilnius. “I’m a Russian-speaking Lithuanian. If there will be a need to defend Lithuania, I’ll go to war,” said Viaceslav Aleksejev of the rock band Spichki (existing since 1992), which is made up of Lithuania’s Russians. He said that he takes it easy during the Lithuanian radical nationalists’ demonstrations in Vilnius each March 11, stating that they are as unimportant for him as demonstrations of gays. Aleksejev also said that he understands some prejudice of some Lithuanians towards Russians because, from his point of view, there are more drunks and cursing-language users among Russian speakers than among ethnic Lithuanians. He described as nonsense the existence of ethnicity-based political parties (there are two of them and both are pretty marginal: closely cooperating among themselves - the Polish Electoral Action and the Russian Alliance).

                      Dmitrij Timofejev, who together with his twin brother established the pop band Timohi, echoed this, stating that it would be naive to speak about Lithuania’s Russians as some extension of Russia’s Russians because, according to him, Lithuania’s Russians are as different from Russia’s Russians as France’s Russians are different from both Russia’s Russians and Lithuania’s Russians. “Our Russian language is just a literal translation from Lithuanian. People in Russia do not speak like that,” Aleksejev said. Indeed, one who wants to listen to real Russian language should go to Estonian or to Latvian cities (for example, the Slavs make up 80 percent of Daugavpils’ population) where ethnic Russians have their media and their Russian language preserved with the authenticity of their literal language.

                      The lack of reasons for a Lithuanian-Russian conflict makes cultural ties between both nations quite warm. The roots for such mutual tolerance can be found in the medieval Lithuanian empire, where Russians and other Orthodox Slavs, although not being allowed to occupy the state’s top posts, were tolerated and respected. Boris Grebenshchikov, leader of Russia’s legendary alternative rock band Aquarium, told the Lithuanian cultural newspaper Siaures Atenai that he likes to visit capitals of former empires, such as Vilnius and Rome, due to their imperial spirit, which is hidden but still felt. Anyway, Russia can sleep well – nobody in Lithuania dreams about re-creation of the empire.

                      More problematic are Lithuania’s relations with the Poles (6.1 percent of Lithuania’s population). The Vilnius region’s occupation by Polish troops is still a shadow over Vilnius-Warsaw relations. Then, in 1922-1939, Poland for the first and for the last time in history made Vilnius a part of its territory. The annexation was led by propaganda that only 1-2 percent of ethnic Lithuanians live in Vilnius city, though annexation cannot be justified by ethnicity statistics. “How strangely the occupation looks if the city’s majority is made up of occupants,” ironically wrote the Web site of Lithuania’s Polish Union on Nov. 3, 2010.

                      Official Warsaw also did not apologize for the annexation of Vilnius. Indeed, until the end of the 19th century, not many Lithuanian speakers remained in the historically vast Vilnius region due to the 18th century plague; Slavic immigration from the south, the pro-Polish position of the local Catholic Church, and the anti-Lithuanian policy of the Russian state (a half-century ban of the written Lithuanian language was imposed starting from the middle of the 19th century – the ban was given as punishment for two Lithuanian anti-Russian insurrections in the 19th century).

                      However, according to czarist Russia’s census of 1897, the numbers in the Vilnius region, which then also included some towns of modern-day Belarus, were as follows: 891,903 Belarusians, 279,720 Lithuanians, 202,374 Jews and 130,054 Poles, i.e. fewer Poles than in the Kaunas region, and less than in current Poland’s Suwalki (Suvalkai in Lithuanian) region – Lithuanians made up the majority in Kaunas and Suwalki regions in 1897. Many “Belarusians” were of ethnic Lithuanian-origin who abandoned their language due to the above-mentioned circumstances. A large part of “Belarusians” (now ethnic Belarusians make up 1.1 percent of the total Lithuanian population) later started to call themselves “Poles.” Now only the religion border, between Catholics and Orthodox Christians, shows the Lithuanians’ ethnic border of 1387 in the south (pagan Lithuanians adopted Catholicism in 1387) – that border is a little bit more to the south from the current border between Lithuania and Belarus.

                      To justify the Polish annexation of the Vilnius region, as historian Tomas Baranauskas wrote in the magazine Veidas, the Poles then created a pseudo-historical version stating that the Lithuanian Grand Duchy was a state ruled by Slavic people, who are the real historical Lithuanians, while the modern Lithuanians have nothing to do with it. The justification for such a theory was the fact that early documents from the Lithuanian Grand Duchy were written in the ancient eastern Slavic language and, later, the Duchy’s nobility spoke Polish. However, it is the same as if modern Italians would start to call medieval Germanic kings Italians because they used the Latin language. The theory was too crazy for Poland, as Baranauskas states – Polish historians soon forgot about this theory.

                      However, it was revived in modern-day Belarus, which has no national history of its own. Belarus steals the Lithuanian Grand Duchy’s history and presents it as Belarusian history. Belarus presents the Lithuanian Grand Duchy as a country which was run by Belarusians - both Alexander Lukashenko’s regime and the opposition - entertaining history in this way. The majority of Lithuanians have no clue about such entertainment by the Belarusians, and those few who know about it prefer just to laugh or to be silent due to political correctness. Some Orthodox Christian families of the land, which is modern-day Belarus, abandoning their religion and turning to Catholicism, made good careers in the Lithuanian Grand Duchy, but that was rather an exception than the rule. The ancestors of modern-day Belarusians (then they had no clue that they are Belarusians because such a nation did not exist) indeed were making a big portion among the soldiers of the Lithuanian Grand Duchy, but they were just cannon fodder - it’s the same story as with Napoleon’s army, which was the French army, although the majority of its soldiers were not ethnic French.

                      Those who are really interested in the history of the origin of the Lithuanian Grand Duchy should read the book Lithuanian Ascending. A pagan Empire within East-Central Europe, 1295-1345, by S.C. Rowell (Cambridge University Press).
                      However, Belarus is the only state which tries to steal history from the Lithuanians. The Ukrainians (Kyiv used to be in the geographical center of the Lithuanian Grand Duchy, although the central administration was in Vilnius) do not question the role of the Lithuanians in their history. They like the Lithuanians because the latter allowed them to be themselves. Ukrainians do not like the Poles, who started to introduce their harsh regulations in Ukraine after the controversial (then and now in Lithuania) confederation agreement of Lithuania and Poland of 1569, when Lithuania was forced to hand over Ukraine to Poland. The traditional toast given by Ukrainians to visiting Lithuanians in Ukraine is as follows: “To our best conquerors!”
                      Nepatinka dirbti už mažai? Dirbk už daug.

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                        #12
                        Parašė bebop Rodyti pranešimą
                        Politics and history: Lithuania and the Slavs

                        VILNIUS - Alexander Dugin, Russia’s philosopher, who is rumored, at least in the recent past, of having great influence on Vladimir Putin, stated in an interview to delfi.lt (published on Nov. 15, 2010) that Russia will occupy the Baltics again if something wrong will happen to the USA, but at the moment there is no danger for the Balts’ independence due to their NATO membership. He also talked about history and Lithuanian-Russian relations in his interview.

                        By the way, Dugin was one of those who urged for the occupation of all of Georgia during the Russian-Georgian war and Putin tended to agree with such a point of view, but Western diplomacy saved the Georgians then. The interview is interesting in understanding the world’s perception of political technologists close (although now, in the Dmitry Medvedev-era, maybe not so close already or yet) to the Kremlin. “Lithuania is a real state. Although it is a very little state, it is a real state. I feel much less sympathy to Latvians and Estonians, who were German-occupied ethnic groups. Maybe due to the past, Lithuanians properly behaved, regarding the Russians. They were a great nation when Russians were much weaker. They are an enemy and a rival worthy of respect. I have the same opinion about the Poles,” Dugin said, adding that “non-hidden neo-Nazi Russo-phobia exists in Latvia and Estonia, while it is non-existent in Lithuania.” Regardless, according to Dugin, Russia regards all three Baltic states as enemies. Dugin’s interview demonstrates how strongly history influences the opinion of policy makers and ideologists.
                        Pateikiu vertimą
                        فلاديمير بوتين ، وقال في مقابلة مع delfi.lt (نشرت يوم 15 نوفمبر 2010) أن روسيا تحتل دول البلطيق مرة أخرى إذا شيئا خاطئا سيحدث للولايات المتحدة ، ولكن في هذه اللحظة ليس هناك خطر من أجل الاستقلال في البلطيق 'نظرا لعضوية حلف شمال الاطلسي الخاصة بهم. وتحدث ايضا عن التاريخ والعلاقات الليتوانية الروسية في مقابلة له.

                        بالمناسبة ، كانت واحدة من تلك دوغين الذي حث لاحتلال كل من جورجيا خلال الحرب الروسية الجورجية وبوتين تميل إلى الموافقة على مثل هذه النقطة من العرض ، ولكن الدبلوماسية الغربية ثم حفظ الجورجيين. المقابلة من المثير للاهتمام في فهم تصور العالم الذي يقترب التكنولوجيين السياسية (على الرغم من الآن ، في عهد ديمتري ميدفيديف ، وربما ليس قريبا جدا بالفعل أو حتى الآن) الى الكرملين. "ليتوانيا دولة حقيقية. على الرغم من أنها دولة صغيرة جدا ، بل هو دولة حقيقية. أشعر أقل بكثير تعاطفه مع لاتفيا واستونيا ، الذين كانوا الجماعات العرقية الألمانية المحتلة. ربما يرجع إلى الماضي ، ليتوانيا تصرفت بشكل صحيح ، فيما يتعلق الروس. وكانوا أمة عظيمة عندما الروس كانوا أضعف بكثير. فهي عدو ومنافس يستحق الاحترام. لدي نفس الرأي حول البولنديين ، "وقال دوغين ، مضيفا أن" غير مخفي النازيين الجدد الروسية الخوف موجود في لاتفيا واستونيا ، في حين أنها غير موجودة في ليتوانيا. "بغض النظر ، وفقا لدوغين ، روسيا تعتبر جميع ثلاث دول البلطيق كأعداء. مقابلة دوغين ليوضح كيفية التاريخ بقوة يؤثر على رأي واضعي السياسات والايديولوجيين.

                        (...)
                        وينبغي أن أولئك الذين يهتمون حقا في تاريخ أصل دوقية ليتوانيا قراءة الكتاب الليتوانية تصاعدي. والإمبراطورية الوثنية داخل أوروبا الشرقية والوسطى ، 1295-1345 ، من قبل رويل الشوري (مطبعة جامعة كامبريدج).
                        ومع ذلك ، وبيلاروس هي الدولة الوحيدة التي تحاول سرقة التاريخ من الليتوانيين. (تستخدم كييف ليكون في المركز الجغرافي لدوقية ليتوانيا ، على الرغم من أن الإدارة المركزية كان في فيلنيوس) والأوكرانيين لا نشكك في دور الليتوانيين في تاريخهم. كانت مثل ليتوانيا لأن هذه الأخيرة سمحت لهم أن يكونوا أنفسهم. الأوكرانيين لا أحب البولنديين ، الذين بدأوا إدخال أنظمتها قاسية في أوكرانيا بعد جدل (آنذاك والآن في ليتوانيا) اتفاق اتحاد ليتوانيا وبولندا من 1569 ، عندما اضطر ليتوانيا لتسليم أوكرانيا إلى بولندا. نخب التقليدية التي قدمها الاوكرانيين لزيارة ليتوانيا في أوكرانيا كما يلي : "! إلى الفاتحين قصارى جهدنا"


                        Jei rimtai, didelės neišverstos citatos kita kalba (beje, su dideliais nukrypimais į kitas temas) yra tingumo ir tam tikros nepagarbos skaitytojams apraiška.
                        Kad šaltinis nenurodytas, tai yra atskira tema.

                        Atsiprašau už nukrypimą.
                        Paskutinis taisė Romas; 2011.04.15, 22:14. Priežastis: Trys pranešimai perkelti iš temos "Lietuvių - rusų santykiai"

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                          #13
                          Parašė Romas Rodyti pranešimą
                          Pateikiu vertimą
                          ف
                          Atsiprašau už nukrypimą.
                          Ačiū už vertima.
                          "Jeśli kto władzę cierpi, nie mów, że jej słucha;
                          Bóg czasem daje władzę w ręce złego ducha."

                          Adam Mickiewicz

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                            #14
                            Parašė zero Rodyti pranešimą
                            Кто стоит за терактом в Минске?:
                            http://6ypatuhobu4.pokeroff.ru/blog/note/2626070/

                            "Как не удивился, что преступники превзошли Нобеля с его динамитом и обладали технологией изготовления чудо-взрывчатки, которая по мощности не имеет аналогов в мире, и что она представляет огромный интерес для западных спецслужб. Так заявил журналистам глава КГБ Вадим Зайцев. А чуть позже на вопрос, где же террористы взяли рецепт взрывчатки, Зайцев ответил: «В интернете». Выходит, что иностранные спецслужбы интернетом не пользуются и рецепт чудо-взрывчатки могут узнать только от белорусских электриков."

                            Ar tikrai visi 100% supranta, kas ten parašyta?

                            Jei neišverstos antraštės ir/ar lietuviškai neanonsuotas tekstas, tai deja, yra skubėjimo, tingėjimo (dažnai tas pats) ir nepagarbos skaitytojams pasireiškimas.

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                              #15
                              Sukurta atskira tema

                              Sukurta atskira tema diskusijoms, kiek šiame forume gali būti neverčiamų tekstų svetimomis kalbomis.


                              Keli pranešimai "užkabinimui" nukopijuoti iš temos "Šiaip linksma" . Ten (26-27 psl.) buvo diskusija ne tik apie skirtingą humoro supratimą, bet ir apie neverčiamus į lietuvių kalbą tekstus.
                              Keli pranešimai iškelti iš temos "Užsienio kalbos Lietuvoje ir šiame forume" , anos temos pavadinimą keičiant į "Užsienio kalbos Lietuvoje"

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                                #16
                                Parašė Romas Rodyti pranešimą
                                Ar tikrai visi 100% supranta, kas ten parašyta?

                                Jei neišverstos antraštės ir/ar lietuviškai neanonsuotas tekstas, tai deja, yra skubėjimo, tingėjimo (dažnai tas pats) ir nepagarbos skaitytojams pasireiškimas.
                                Ar tikrai visi 100% supranta, ką ten jisai kalba, gal reikėjo titrus uždėti?
                                Paskutinis taisė Edvard; 2011.04.17, 10:37.
                                "Jeśli kto władzę cierpi, nie mów, że jej słucha;
                                Bóg czasem daje władzę w ręce złego ducha."

                                Adam Mickiewicz

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                                  #17
                                  Paskutines rungtynes laimėjom vien legionierių individualaus meistriškumo dėka. Džiugu, kad šį sezoną turim tokio kalibro trenerį kaip J. Plaza.

                                  Beje:
                                  "Наши финансы пока не позволяют нам мечтать о "Финале четырех", но, думаю, найдем еще спонсора и тогда уже сможем попасть", - добавил он.

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                                    #18
                                    /\
                                    O Lietuviškai?

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                                      #19
                                      Parašė edvvis Rodyti pranešimą
                                      /\
                                      O Lietuviškai?
                                      Daugeliui žalgirio fanų yra neprošal pagerinti savo užsienio kalbos žinias. O išsiverst per internetinius vertėjus galima.

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                                        #20
                                        Parašė Čikupakas Rodyti pranešimą
                                        Daugeliui žalgirio fanų yra neprošal pagerinti savo užsienio kalbos žinias. O išsiverst per internetinius vertėjus galima.
                                        Paskutinį kartą kai žiūrėjau, miestai.net/forumas buvo lietuviškas forumas ir užsienio kalbų čia nereikėjo. O užsienio kalbą aš moku ir gerai moku, bet ne rusų.

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