my first try: 550
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First try: 850! Maori, tagalog and tonga were my mistakes.
First try: 650.It's amazing how much could be guessed based on the lilt.
It's amazing how much could be guessed based on the lilt.
Fijian sounded much more middle eastern and harsh to me that I would've imagined.
maori, scottish gaelic, and finnish were my mistakes.I'm not all that good at this...
I'm not all that good at this...
Only got 340... Arabic and indigenous ones threw me for a loop :(Quite enjoyable, I must say.
Quite enjoyable, I must say.
so fun... even if I did TERRIBLY
first try: 800German appeared so often though . . .
German appeared so often though . . .
lucky. my failures were armhaic, icelandic, and bulgarian, all confused with languages in the same family
Danish, Czech and Hungarian here. I got 450 but I think the TV's background noise may have done a number on me.
It's a cool game. I kept getting "Indonesian" wrong, even though bahasa Indonesia is related (though distantly) to my parent's first language. The Dutch influences kept throwing me.I enjoyed this. It's cool to hear languages I've never encountered before.
I enjoyed this. It's cool to hear languages I've never encountered before.