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@waterman1 quite a coincidence indeed! I do see Djin played in here pretty often though, along with the variants Djinn, jin, jinn, jinni, etc. (and probably more). I suppose "genie" could be considered an offshoot...
@pangloss yes, the Basque language is fascinating! I don't know a lot about it but maybe I could propose that we call it one of the "purest" rather than the "oldest" languages? In other words, it must certainly have evolved over the millennia, but without much influence from other languages. It doesn't seem likely that it would be unchanged from the time of Neanderthal humans. (AFAIK it's unproven whether Neanderthals had a spoken language...)
@mistertoad my guess would be that English (or maybe "english") is acceptable as a word in certain games (in billiards one can "put some english" on a shot). Similarly, graphic artists use india ink, and when guests come over I bring out the good china: turning proper nouns into common ones! (of course I do still frequently see words being accept in the game when I had assumed they would be disallowed because of capitalization issues...)
Ola is a common greeting in Spain. We present to you some interesting information about Spain.
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Did you know that Aragonese, also known as the Romance language, is native to the Pyrenees valleys of Aragon, Spain? Aragon is a landlocked region in northeastern Spain and it's bisected by the Ebro River, with the Pyrenees Mountains in its north. Aragon's primary source of energy is hydroelectricity, generated by the damming of the Ebro River and its northern affluents in Huesca.
The introduction to the interesting information about Spain being presented after the common Spanish greeting 'Ola' is a great way to engage the audience. The details about Aragon, including its unique language, cuisine, festivals, and natural attractions, provide a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of Spain. The invitation to share more interesting facts about other regions of Spain also adds to the interactive nature of the presentation. Overall, this is an informative and engaging way to learn more about the country.
Salud is a common greeting in Brittany. We present to you some interesting information about Brittany.
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Breton is a south-western Brittonic language spoken in Brittany , which is called modern day France. *
Thank you for sharing some interesting information about Brittany. I love this place. I will visit one day soon eggy car