The translation request
Hi! Could I ask you to translate the article which you can find below into Interlingue? Please help me to show our language to the world – the article is quite short and has been selected from English and Silesian article and shortened as possible to contain only the basic informations. If you would finish, please, make me know on my Silesian or Polish discussion. Thanks in advance.
PS. If you want me to translate any article into Polish or Silesian, contact me without hesistation.
So, here’s the text to translation:
The Silesian language (Silesian: ślůnsko godka, ślůnski, sometimes also pů našymu) is a language spoken by people in the Upper Silesia region in Poland, but also in Czech Republic and Germany. In the National Census of Poland in 2002 about 56 000 people declared Silesian as their native language.
Silesian is closely related to Polish language, that’s why it is considered as a dialect of Polish by some linguistics.
There’s not one Silesian alphabet. The Silesian speakers are used to write their language with the Polish characters. In 2006 was invented the new Silesian alphabet, based on all of the Silesian scripts (there’s 10 of them). It is widely used on the Internet, as well as in the Silesian Wikipedia.
Aa Bb Cc Ćć Čč Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Ńń Oo Pp Rr Řř Ss Śś Šš Tt Uu Ůů Ww Yy Zz Źź Žž
And some digraphs: Ch Dz Dź Dž.
Thank you once again, Timpul 13:03, 4 august 2008 (UTC)
Hi! Welcome to this Wikipedia. I don't speak Interlingue but I'm trying to help here. What languages do you speak? Could you put them on your user page, please? --Chabi 16:55, 5 august 2008 (UTC)
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