A small dictionary
In our workcamp were representatives from seven different countries so there were seven different languages. In spite of that there weren't any problems with communication, because from the beginning here was a fantastic atmosphere. We were singing together, laughing and talking a lot.When we didn't know some words we were gesticulating and trying to show that by using our bodies or describing that in other ways and words. Sometimes it was funny and comic. We were also learning some words or sentences in each language e.g: „hallo“ or „very good“. We decided to prepare a small dictionary, where are translated some words into each language. So...
English: Good morning
German: Guten Morgen
Polish: Dzień dobry
Lithuanian: Labas rytas
Slowakian: Dobrè ràno
Russian: Доброе утро (dobroje utro)
Belorussian: Прыбітане (prywitanje)
Hebrew: Boker Tov
English: Very good
German: Sehr gut
Polish: Bardzo dobrze
Lithuanian: Labai gerai
Slowakian: VeĬmy dobrý
Russian: Oчень хoрoшо (oczjeń haraszo)
Belorussian: Вельмi добра (wjelmi dobra)
Hebrew: Tov Me´od
English: The Workcamp was fantastic.
German: Das Workcamp war fantastisch.
Polish: Warsztaty były fantastyczne.
Lithuanian: Darbo stovykla buro fantastiška.
Slowakian: Tàbor bol fantastický.
Russian: Workcamp – это фантастика. (Workcamp-szto fantastika)
Belorussian: У Workcamp было добра. (U Workcamp bylo dobra)
Hebrew: Machane HaAvoda Haya Nehedar.
English: People here are really nice.
German: Die Leute hier sind wirklich nett.
Polish: Ludzie tutaj są bardzo mili.
Lithuanian: Čia yra fantastiški žmonés.
Slowakian: Tu sú vàžne veĬmy milý Ĭudia.
Russian: Зgесь только мнлые людн. (Zdjes tolko milyje ljudi)
Belorussian: Людзі тут былі прыемныя. (Ljudei tut byli pryjemnyja)
Hebrew: Anashim poe nora nechmadim.
English: I love you
German: Ich liebe dich
Polish: Kocham cię
Lithuanian: Asz milu tawia
Slowakian: Ľùbim ťa
Russian: Я люблю тебя (ja ljublju tjebja)
Belorussian: Я цябе кахаю (ja cjabje kachaju)
Hebrew: Ani Ohev(speaker: Boy) Otach(to a girl) \ Ani Ohevet(speaker:girl) Otcha(to a boy)
Ola Wasil and Anita Olejniczak from Poland