You got a chance to be native-like fluent in two languages of your choice in an instant, with the cost of forgetting your own native language and being unable to learn it again anymore. What languages will you take?
What do you think of conlangs? Do you like them? What do you think of the people who made them? Do you like the act (and art) of conlanging? Anyway…
I am from Indonesia, the largest island country in the world with over seventeen thousand islands! Around 270 million people live here (with most in Java), making Indonesia the 4th most populous country in the world and the Java island the most populated island.
It is soon August 17, which means the Indonesian Independence Day!
If your friend needs help, but you can't help them directly that time, what would you do?
[ANNOUNCEMENT] Welcome to my (coming soon) multilingual short story series!
I'm thinking of making a (possibly multilingual) short story series here on Sola, what do you think?
[Hungarian writing practice] This is my first attempt at writing something in Hungarian, so please correct me if there are mistakes!
"Stop looking down at people, kid. You haven't seen the real world yet." said the old man. The younger man shook his head. "But no…"
Am I late for the randomlives23?
Tell me one interesting feature of the language(s) you speak/are learning.
Aku becermin, tempat ini bagai dunia lain. Di balik tirai kain, Ketakutan bermain.
The aliens came to Earth. The contact of different intelligent lifeforms had been made. Mankind got another science to learn: xenolinguistics. It turned out that, those aliens' language didn't have any nouns, verbs, or adjectives. Noises and tones together created 'understanding' to each of the aliens. Their language just didn't behave like ours. The aliens were also mesmerized by human languages. Would xenolinguistics really help the two races? It was 21██, the still-expanding universe seemed smaller.
Once, I felt like I was falling down into a dark infinite abyss. Although I felt the gravity's pull, it didn't seem that I was moving. I realized that I was looking at the sun. It was much smaller than usual. I reached out to the sun. I felt its warmth, a comforting warmth. It was as if the sun was trying to take me up.
Akhir pekan adalah waktu yang tepat untuk bersantai dan juga menjelajahi bagian-bagian baru di kehidupan.
Is it just me or do some of the Sola newcomers seems to not care about how Sola works? Like account prioritizing, channels, and other nice things? It looks like there are people who just started to use Sola merely to get votes (thus, SOL), not for the *social media* aspect.
opens Settings Oh my gosh. Errorish must be English's doppelgänger without a doubt!
What are you doing floating around in this space? Where is your spaceship? … Your spaceship broke and lost control so that you decided to evacuate? Why are you here doing nothing then?
"Selamat Pagi!" Anak itu berteriak, namun tak ada orang yang mendengarnya. Ia tak peduli, ia tetap berjalan melewati samudra manusia, bersiap untuk sebuah petualangan baru.
The girl looked up to the clock on the wall. It's stopped. Time Pause is a really rare superhuman ability these days. Is she one of them?
昨 日 よ り 良くなるべき！
私の学校には、新学期が7月17日からですけど、もう待てない！ 後輩達に会いたい！ でもまだ三年生になりたくない！
Hari yang tenang kumulai dengan secangkir teh dan sepotong roti. Burung berkicauan menyambut sinar mentari yang membelai bumi dengan hangat. Semoga harimu menyenangkan!
I'm really sure that I turned off my laptop's automatic update, but it just did! Okay, gigabytes wasted.
Kepakkan sayapmu, terbanglah menuju langit biru. Semoga mimpi-mimpimu, dapat tercapai bersama suksesmu.
文字・語彙：オッケー 文法・読解：まあまあできます 聴解：ああああどう言えばいい？