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/ref/ Suggestions, Feedback, and Information Anonymous Refugee Admin 04/20/2020 (Mon) 04:39:03 No. 2605 [Reply] [Last]
This thread will serve as the suggestions and moderation feedback thread, as well as a source of information on /ref/ itself. Please use this thread for anything related to /ref/, as /gulag/ is not our board and any suggestions there will be ignored. If you were banned and have no way of using this thread, feel free to use the equivalent thread on /GET/ to voice your concerns: >>>/GET/73417 Board info: If you're new around these parts, be sure to read up on the rules of /ref/: https://bunkerchan.xyz/ref/rules.html If you're interested in the history of /ref/ and GETchan as a whole, you can find most of the information you would ever want to know on our United Chans Wiki pages: https://unitedchans.fandom.com/wiki//ref/ https://unitedchans.fandom.com/wiki/GETchan If you want to keep updated, you can find our official Twitter account here: https://twitter.com/BunkerGET Our YouTube channel dedicated to posting communist music compilations and rare socialist songs can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/GETchan

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>>4712 *Paris Commune yet
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>>4712 I tried to make one using the instructions on >>>645. Do you like it? If so, can a mod add it into the flags
is there a thread for the flag requests?
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>>5329 You can use this one if you want

/lang/ - Language Learning General Anonymous Refugee 04/02/2020 (Thu) 12:46:06 No. 2090 [Reply] [Last]
>What tongue(s) are you learning? >Ask questions about your target tongue! >Help people who want to learn a new tongue!
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>>5363 Hmm, but the vowel inventories of Persian and Arabic are very similar? Both have |a i u| and |aː iː uː| that are phonemically /æ e o/ and /ɒː iː uː/ in Standard Persian, and IIUC while in Arabic they vary a lot by dialect, their main allophones are [ɑ~æ ɪ ʊ] and [ɑː~æː iː uː] in Standard Arabic. Even if you have no idea about the vowels of a word, you have a one-in-three chance of getting each of them right just by guessing. If it has long vowels, then AFAICT in Persian there seems to be a tendency for the short vowels to be similar in quality, and |a| is the most common vowel anyway, so while you'd still technically only have a one-in-three chance, you may be able to deduce with more accuracy. In any case, at least the Arabic loanwords in Persian should be straightforward for you since they retain the same vowel archiphonemes they have in Arabic so you'd know that شخص couldn't be /ʃexs/ or /ʃoxs/ but /ʃæxs/. For me it's easier to guess the correct vowels in Persian words than Arabic words since they seem to be more "predictable" than in Arabic, but it's probably the opposite due to the way Arabic's root system works and I just suck at pattern recognition...
>>5364 Yes, Phoenician loans vowels shifted or merge like all vowels of Ṯāʾ ث and some minor difference. from Arabic speaker he most also relearn grammar. but duo to huge of similar words and loanword between Arabic and Farsi it will me more easier to learn than a southeast Asian language.
Accents? Does it play any role in language?
>>5388 What do you mean by role? It's just a natural part of the evolution of every language. due to distance, influence of other languages etc.
>>5388 English has hidden accents.

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The Great Language game. Anonymous Refugee 05/23/2020 (Sat) 00:39:42 No. 3215 [Reply] [Last]
sadly the site is dead, but the replacements are good too! Let's see who get's the highest score. https://greatlanguagegame.com/ https://lingyourlanguage.com/
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>>3297 I wish the original game was up, it had tons of voice clips and all were very high quality. You can also try https://lingyourlanguage.com/ I think they source all their clips from news etc.
>>3217 Almost got to the same score
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This was way too easy. I could easily double this score if I want to. My mistakes were as the following - I chose Tamil, when the correct answer was french (I didn't know how Tamil sounds like, and there were no regular french autistic sounds in the recording I heard to differentiate) - I chose mandarin, when the correct answer was Korean - I chose Japanese, when the correct answer was Korean (I don't know why I wasn't able to recognize Korean twice in a row. It seems that the low quality of the sound really tricked me). Here is my easy language list (Easy to distinguish): - English - French (Just hear this https://yewtu.be/watch?v=EqwQ89-DSPw and tell me it's a human language) - Arabic - Hindi - Mandarin - German - Russian

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>>3215 Tried it twice, first time I got to about 400 points with one wrong answer (picked Hindi when it was Tamil) but accidentally clicked on "new game" so I started over. I ended up getting a clip that was literally just "oh, mmh, mm, ahh" noises. Seriously sounded like phone sex. I got that wrong, it was Japanese but I picked Tamil since it just gave me an Indian vibe for some reason, no idea why. Not saying it couldn't have been a Japanese girl having phone sex, my only sources of knowledge regarding how Japanese girls making lewd noises sound are porn and sex scenes in films. I assume in real life they probably wouldn't make as intense ear-piercing squeals, so yeah, it was probably Japanese. Not sure what it could've been if not phone sex, though... The second one I got wrong was a clip of a woman going like "ba ba ba ba", giggling a little and saying some word a couple of times that ended in what sounded like "mnida" (IIRC it sounded like "busumnida", which apparently is a Korean word and means "break"), so I picked Korean. It said it was Mandarin, though, which is weird since words ending in "mnida" is such a dead giveaway of Korean. I did think the "ba ba" stuff could be Mandarin 爸爸, but the word that sounded like it ended in "mnida" tricked me into thinking it was Korean. I wonder what that word or those words actually was/were... or if it was Korean mislabelled as Mandarin... but then I'm not sure what the "ba ba ba ba" stuff would've been, googling it I did find 바바요/봐봐요 that apparently means "look at this" so maybe that could've been it if it was Korean. Eh, whatever. The last one I got wrong, I thought I picked up a couple of Chinese words (天氣 is the one I remember) but it sounded more like Cantonese to me than Mandarin, so I picked Vietnamese thinking they were loanwords. I may be an idiot. Also, are there occasionally clips of non-native speakers? I got a clip of Japanese where R was pronounced in a very American way, something about Christmas Eve where "Eve" was also pronounced with /v/ rather than /b/ I think. >>3297 >Also what's up with the voice clips that aren't news clips? It sounds like phone conversations... creepy Yeah, seriously. Some of them have barely any words in them and I could've sworn I heard some background noises like traffic or whatever, and the phone sex-sounding one... it's just really weird.
>>5379 wow nice job. What makes Spanish so hard to distinguish in your case? >>5379 >>5380 I edited the OP with >>3306 It's much better quality,

Anonymous Refugee 10/16/2019 (Wed) 16:26:05 No. 539 [Reply] [Last]
Is Kaban popular with the /ref/ugees?
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>>5327 sorry m8 >>5374 Wait, do you where all of it at the same time??
>>5377 wear*
>>5377 lol no they're sized for day use, 3-day, and expeditionary use.
>>5381 Alright thats good. They look like solid packs
>>5381 Do you use them frequently or are they just for once in a blue moon or tacticool prep stuff? >>5377 >>5385 Who this?

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/hisp/-tread en español Anonymous Refugee 08/07/2019 (Wed) 12:12:53 No. 29 [Reply] [Last]
>re-post de /GET/ Que tal camaradas. Viendo que esta tabla esta básicamente sin utilizar creo que seria una buena idea crear un hilo para los hispanohablantes de leftypol, ya que no tenemos ningún buen tablón de imágenes para hablar de políticas de izquierdas en español (el tablón de /pol/ de hispachan es puro cáncer y BAI es ch*lenocentrista texto de abajo)
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Alguien entiende de lo que habla este tipo? https://twitter.com/BlueBir28074125/status/1309152424125399042 >>5389 Qué dicen los de abajo?
>>5389 eplicame este vidio.

I'm a burger who wants to understand non-burgers better Anonymous 09/18/2020 (Fri) 18:05:36 No. 5339 [Reply] [Last]
I am An American on the internet I talk to non Americans the most A lot of people arent Americans here Everything I know about other countries is mostly stereotypes and memes, French are baguette people, British are the funny hat fish and chips people, Spaniards are European Latinos, Greeks are also European latinos basically, Italians are like Jimmy Latoya from down the block except they only speak Italians, Chinese people are like how Russians used to be when they were still a socialist country, Japanese people are depressed, Australians say "Crikey" and Germans are blonde etc, etc I know this all sounds retarded and Like Americans are dumb, but you gotta understand, Europeans can easily visit another country on any afternoon, with Americans just visiting another state is as close as most of us get to going to another country America is a third of a continent So I am making this thread so I can get to understand different nation and peoples better, I was gonna say I'm happy when I meet immigrants cuz it's like meeting a baby or someone from a whole other world, but that sounds cringey and 19th Century British colonists tier
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>>5346 Consider that you're living in Orban's shitshow, it's understandable. >>5339 What do you want to know? Rice and shit?
>>5359 really warm - people are a lot like Brazillians? total guess
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>>5339 >Europeans can easily visit another country on any afternoon I'm Mexican, poor and the farthest I've been from home is Mexico City. Not being able to travel is no excuse for being ignorant about the rest of the world anymore. But I appreciate your efforts. I also get very excited when I see foreigners, which is admittedly one of the reasons I look forward to visiting the capital every year. >America is a third of a continent America is a continent
>>5373 Warm, but really mean. So not really. BRs are a million times nicer.

Anonymous Refugee 04/25/2020 (Sat) 01:02:26 No. 2691 [Reply] [Last]
PEOPLE OF /REF/ FROM WHAT ACTUAL COUNTRY ARE YOU REPORT YOURSELVES I just want to know, I think the majority from here are spaniards or speak spanish
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>>4128 Covering your tracks? But an american told me on the China general that the CPC will bring socialism by 2050!
>>2691 soccer mexico

Your favourite song/music from your country Papi 08/12/2020 (Wed) 07:56:06 No. 4370 [Reply] [Last]
Post your favourite music from your country, can be folk or can be modern, can be leftist or can be apolitical, can be in english or in your native language. I don't care, just want to discover some new music from around the globe
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>>5336 7/10 the Golden Dawn trial is ending tune in for the happenings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aj5mmew2Nk&ab_channel=MichaelKetsetzis
>>4370 here some of my favorites : Moroccan classic : <Nass El Ghiwane : https://youtu.be/x4sJMfAnegw # the classic road-trip song https://youtu.be/vo7TJPfCNcM we have a lot of rapper i can recommend Don Bigg : https://youtu.be/fOg8xq1AVyU https://youtu.be/ONEQOIfGVig Other Arabic classic : <Julia Boutros : https://youtu.be/NX8zQBKt2_Y

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/nederdraad/ Anonymous 08/13/2019 (Tue) 00:29:29 No. 59 [Reply] [Last]
Zijn ook mijn Vlaamse en Nederlandse kameraden succesvol geëvacueerd naar bunkerchan?
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>gekleurde jongere uit brussel gooit met een parasol <vliegt prompt de bak in >steenrijke zoontjes van porkys en juristen martelen zoon van een immigrant dood, wissen alle bewijsmateriaal alvorens hem naar kliniek te brengen <nog altijd vrij we leven werkelijk in een samenleving >>4651 >Kan deze draad trouwens niet gewoon op /leftypol/? mij om het even, aangezien deze draad de enige reden is dat ik überhaupt af en toe uit nieuwsgierigheid nog bunkerchan kom lurken lol
>>5370 /ref/ is dood
>>4079 >>5370 Yes, am bot. I love to post on https://bunkerchan.xyz/ref with all the rest of my papa bots
>>5371 Alleen als we de sijtverraaiers hun leftypolcatalogus laten blijven gebruiken, in plaats van het overbord.

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/suomi/ - Muumilaakson SNT -edition Gomrad Spurdo#HTmBuh 08/16/2019 (Fri) 10:31:06 No. 101 [Reply] [Last]
Suomalaiset toverit nyt postaamaan tänne, tai no ainakin kaikki ketkä nyt selvis tänne asti.
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Hej små finnpajsare! Jag gillar er.
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>>4167 >speaking swedish on a finnish thread
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>>4168 >speaking english on a hispanic board
>>4169 >lo hace igualmente basao'
Meil on Leftypedia artikkeli tämän osoiteen: https://leftypedia.org/wiki/Finland Pystytäänkö kukaan tarkistaa sen? Erityistesti meidän tarivtsemme enemmän tietoa nykyisesta Suomesta.


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