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Isaiah Wood
Isaiah Wood

lingyourlanguage.com/

how many languages can you recognise?

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youtube.com/watch?v=4jjEawqaMkE
encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/polish-refugees-in-iran-during-world-war-ii

Blake Nelson
Blake Nelson

played on regular

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Cooper Cox
Cooper Cox

confused Norwegian with Vietnamese

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Thomas Foster
Thomas Foster

highest score on omniglot.

Josiah Cook
Josiah Cook

pic

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Samuel Thomas
Samuel Thomas

Regular setting, accidentally clicked on Arabic instead of French, ending the final life. Cool little site, going to try out the highest difficulty.

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Evan Richardson
Evan Richardson

thought irish was arabic

Jordan Hughes
Jordan Hughes

kek, omniglot kicked my arse.

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Brayden Harris
Brayden Harris

I confused Polish with Lithuanian. Sorry about that.

Juan Sullivan
Juan Sullivan

not mine, but what the fuck

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Dylan Carter
Dylan Carter

Wew lad.

Evan Martinez
Evan Martinez

omniglot is fucking hard mane

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Dominic Sanders
Dominic Sanders

there's no way any person ever could tell bahraini and omani apart

Ryder Lewis
Ryder Lewis

no diffrences?

Christian Wood
Christian Wood

omniglot does not fuck around

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Ian Davis
Ian Davis

On regular

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Hunter Jones
Hunter Jones

oof. what screwed you?

Nicholas Gonzalez
Nicholas Gonzalez

Bengali and Persian

Joseph Martin
Joseph Martin

214 on omniglot
what the fuck is Amharic
it sound so much like arabic

Jonathan Nelson
Jonathan Nelson

one of the Ethiopian Semitic languages, which are a subgrouping within the Semitic branch of the Afroasiatic languages. It is spoken as a first language by the Amharas and as a lingua franca by other populations residing in major cities and towns of Ethiopia. The language serves as the official working language of Ethiopia, and is also the official or working language of several of the states within the Ethiopian federal system.[9] With 21,811,600 total speakers as of 2007, including around 4,000,000 L2 speakers, Amharic is the second-most commonly spoken Semitic language in the world, after Arabic

youtube.com/watch?v=4jjEawqaMkE

Michael Sanchez
Michael Sanchez

second time 25
guess i was just lucky

Brayden Sullivan
Brayden Sullivan

fug

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Alexander Gray
Alexander Gray

no wonder they sound so much alike

Landon Harris
Landon Harris

regular
lost because i didn't know the difference between zulu and pashto and and bhojpuri????? didnt even know they existed

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Chase Butler
Chase Butler

Fun game. Got tripped up by Irish which I'm pretty sure I've never heard spoken before.

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Austin Allen
Austin Allen

Regular mode.

Got stuck on Azerbaijani, Pashto and Norwegian--the latter because there were five options, all of which were other Nordic languages. Guess I'll try omniglot now.

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Oliver Barnes
Oliver Barnes

Actually not that difficult, senpai. None of those languages sound even remotely alike.

Jeremiah Phillips
Jeremiah Phillips

Played on omniglot, btw. Why doesn't it say the level in the end? This is a bit dumb.

Nbele and Kʼicheʼ got me. Somali and Amharic was pretty tough, too.

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Jacob Cruz
Jacob Cruz

My score on omniglot

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Jeremiah Wilson
Jeremiah Wilson

302
There also was Gulf Arabic vs Tunisian Arabic but I caught one or two French loanwords. One trick for African languages is to try to hear whether there are some French or English loan words.

Justin Martin
Justin Martin

Reg, guess I'm a baka.

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Evan Reyes
Evan Reyes

Omniglot

European/Indian languages were easy, almost all that I got wrong was African languages

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Alexander Wilson
Alexander Wilson

237 on omniglot.
It's relatively easy although I had to luck through distinguishing between Sindhi and Gujarati

Christopher Powell
Christopher Powell

On regular

This is the worst feeling. I thought Lithuanian sounded more softer because it's closer to Poland while Latvian would have Phonology closer to East Slavic languages

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Adrian Hughes
Adrian Hughes

FUGG

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Chase Rivera
Chase Rivera

Did a lot better than I expected on Omniglot.

I lived in India for a few years, study Hindi and a Bengali GF, so none of the Subcontinent's languages are particularly tricky. Only difficult spots were differentiating between some Eastern European languages, like Czech and Slovene, or Nordic languages, like Danish and Icelandic.

Fuckers all sound the same to me.

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Jordan Scott
Jordan Scott

Omniglot

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Lincoln Ward
Lincoln Ward

Nice blog, normalfag.

John Morris
John Morris

Who hurt you?

Jeremiah Williams
Jeremiah Williams

t. future mass murderer

Jose Carter
Jose Carter

lol went for omniglot level and only got 90

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Luis Sanders
Luis Sanders

regular 228

Dylan Peterson
Dylan Peterson

forgot pic

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Charles Smith
Charles Smith

Regular

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Kevin Richardson
Kevin Richardson

Danish and Icelandic
they sound nothing alike

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Isaac Sanchez
Isaac Sanchez

I got to 200 and gave up. So boring when it's endless if you don't fuck up. There should be a time limit mode and you get a higher score the faster you identify.

Ian Ramirez
Ian Ramirez

208 on regular
but I got English like 10 times so it dones't count

Jace Sanchez
Jace Sanchez

Omniglot was easier than regular.

Asher Sullivan
Asher Sullivan

309 on Omniglot
start and waste two lives immediately, from there it's sudden death

Levi Foster
Levi Foster

187 on hard mode

Blake Cook
Blake Cook

regular 315
hard 219
omniglot 251
I always failed when it asked to choose between a bunch of African or SEA languages
I was expecting to choose between Slavic languages for hard or omniglot, but they always showed up among languages of completely different families

Kevin Baker
Kevin Baker

t. Lost out when the quiz asked him to differentiate between Swahili, Somali and Shona

Juan Williams
Juan Williams

Right here, get on my level

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Parker Fisher
Parker Fisher

Damn son
Only got over 400

Matthew White
Matthew White

I’m somehow able to suss out the differences in Asian languages, also you can differentiate slavic languages by their sound and grammar (eg bulgarian has no cases, so if you hear declensions in words then you know it’s not it) Plus it gave me Armenian like 5 times and if you know any Armenian it’s extremely easy to tell apart from other languages.

Easton Lewis
Easton Lewis

580ish on regular
180 on omnligot, i'm having a really hard time keeping the eastern european languages apart desu

Dominic Flores
Dominic Flores

Regular

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Elijah Green
Elijah Green

What is a good score for Regular?

Nathaniel Wilson
Nathaniel Wilson

play the game
hear it*Lian language
close the tab
god I fucking hate that language, no offense but it sounds so annoying

Gabriel Nguyen
Gabriel Nguyen

do norwegians speak "duc phac quac ting meng qong tong rac"?

Ayden Hughes
Ayden Hughes

tfw 78 on hard
Just now realized I almost never hear languages spoken, at all. I had to rely on key spanish words for Spanish and I looked out for French and German accents. No joke, when it came to an Asian language I literally just heard for short sounding words with lots of vowels. I couldn't differentiate between Chinese and Cantonese and Vietnamese if my life depended on it. When it showed Arabic and Persian and the language sounded middle eastern I just guessed.
It's over.

Joshua Martinez
Joshua Martinez

I KEEP CONFUSING POLISH AND PERSIAN

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Luis White
Luis White

woo
i lost when i got to regional languages

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Caleb Martinez
Caleb Martinez

funnily, poland and iran are close in history.

encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/polish-refugees-in-iran-during-world-war-ii

Andrew James
Andrew James

persian fucks me up every time. it sounds really european.

Michael Flores
Michael Flores

No idea

Nicholas Young
Nicholas Young

126 on easy lol

Aiden Watson
Aiden Watson

vieni a dirmelo in faccia che ti stacco i denti a pugni, pagliaccio

Colton Cook
Colton Cook

169 on hard

Zachary Morris
Zachary Morris

my best result so far on omniglot

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Brody Green
Brody Green

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