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A MULTILINGUAL EUROPE

Look at the proverbs and quotations below and guess which countries/languages they come from. Match them with the country maps.

Kolik jazyků znáš,
tolikrát jsi člověkem.
Wer fremde Sprachen nicht kennt,
weiß nichts von seiner eigenen.
Tír gan teanga, tír gan anam. La lengua es la piel del alma. Човекът е толкова пъти човек,
колкото езика знае.
Minha pátria é a língua portuguesa.
 
 

Can you guess the meaning of the proverbs or quotations? What do you think they are all about? Write your opinion in your notebook.

Try to guess the meaning of the proverbs and quotations. Match their English translations to the right country.

Czech
The more languages you know, the more you are a person/human.
German
Those who know no foreign language, know nothing of their mother tongue.
Irish
A country without a language is a country without a soul.
Spanish
Language is the skin of the soul.
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Now, choose either a proverb or a quotation on languages you like best. Then, describe its meaning in your way in the space below. Compare your writing with your partner's and discuss it. Find additional information on the topic in the library or online. Use the openings from previous lessons.

Can you think of any Slovenian proverbs or quotations about languages? Choose one, translate and write it in your notebook. Next, explain its meaning and in what occasions it is used in everyday communication.

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