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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
cool
is there a thread for the flag requests?
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>>5329 You can use this one if you want

Anonymous Refugee 10/16/2019 (Wed) 16:26:05 No. 539 [Reply] [Last]
Is Kaban popular with the /ref/ugees?
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>>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?

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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>>5403 same, AMA
>>5403 >>5404 What’s the most offensive expression in your country?
>>5396 Yeah, I've had experiences with Puertoricans before. They were kind of serious. One of them got a bit offended when someone said they speak Spanish (apparently this person didn't).
>>5406 >They were kind of serious. It's not serious it's just a general bitchy attitude. I've been to a lot of places and I've never encountered a people as generally bitchy as here.
>>5405 Probably either catalufo or xarnego

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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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>>5408 Same, I realized I had no idea what Malay sounded like. That and the different variations of not-russian got me. Lol wtf is going on did that politician dude really just went and suck a tity on stream and thought no one would notice?
Tried this one on hard mode three times... the results are embarrassing tbh. >first time Embarrassingly I got Syrian Arabic wrong, I clicked on Turkish. I just heard a couple of words I knew from Turkish (in which it turns out they must be Arabic loanwords) and didn't pick up any emphatic or pharyngeal consonants or such, so I thought it couldn't be Arabic. IIRC the other options were Hebrew, Persian and Hindi and I was sure it wasn't any of them, so... eh. I picked Turkish, even though I didn't hear any obvious Turkish suffixes or front rounded vowels. More proof that I'm an idiot. Second one I got wrong was Malay, I clicked on Thai. I had no idea Malay can sound so... bouncy? Choppy? Last one I got wrong was Czech, I thought it was Albanian lmao. I've never heard Czech but always thought it'd sound stereotypically Slavic since it's a Slavic language, but to my ears it sounded more like Albanian for some reason. I mean, it's not like I've heard Albanian often but there was some kind of similarity that made me think it was most likely to be Albanian. >second time Welp, apparently Swahili sounds like Romanian to me! I honestly thought I heard a whole bunch of Romance words, but I guess they were false friends. Should've considered that possibility, but whatever. Like, I've heard Swahili a couple of times before but those times there were very obvious Arabic loanwords and there weren't any in that clip as far as I could hear. I mistook Hebrew for German. I thought it was Hebrew at first because it sounded kinda like Arabic with a German accent, but then I heard what sounded like "persona" and clicked on German... as if Hebrew coudn't have that word. Last one I got wrong was Serbo-Croatian. I legit thought it was Portuguese, like I was 90% certain of it... >third time ...and the first one I got wrong in this round was fucking Portuguese, which I thought was Serbo-Croatian. I guess this proves that the meme that Portuguese sounds Slavic is actually based on actual events. Well, I've rarely heard Portuguese and never heard any Slavic languages more than once or twice except Russian, Polish and Ukrainian, so maybe with time I can learn to differentiate them...

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I want to beat my first attempt, but that seems to be harder than expected... >fourth time First one I got wrong was Ukrainian, I guessed Polish. I thought they were two of the three Slavic languages I can tell apart, but I guess not... it didn't have any obvious dead giveaways of Polish, but it sounded less like Russian than what I'd usually expect of Ukrainian so that's why I picked Polish. Second one I got wrong was Malay, again... I thought it was Tagalog; I can't recognise Tagalog either, but it didn't sound like the previous Malay clips, so... is Malay the killer of /ref/ugees? Third one I got wrong was Czech again, I thought it was Lithuanian. Seriously, Czech really doesn't sound Slavic!? >fifth time First one I got wrong was Swedish, I thought it was Norwegian. They've always been absolutely indistinguishable to me unless it's some non-standard distinctly Swedish- or Norwegian-sounding dialect, but Standard Swedish and Nynorsk are practically the exact same thing anyway, so... ugh. Second one I got wrong was Italian, I thought it was Catalan because it had a bunch of [ʒ] in it, which I didn't know Italian ever has. ...and then I thought Polish was Ukrainian. >sixth time Hahaha, I got the same Italian clip that I mistook for Catalan almost right off the bat. I didn't get that wrong again, although at first I almost would have if I didn't realise it was the same clip... First one I got wrong was Croatian, which I thought was Czech because it sounded kinda Slavic but not really. I guess it sounding even a little bit Slavic should've ruled out Czech... I'm starting to believe in a conspiracy theory that Czech isn't a Slavic language, change my mind.

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Quite curious, those of you that don't have a clue about it, how do you recognize / perceive Lithuanian? Does it have some sort of recognizable feature or a comparison?
>>5422 It's hard to say really. For me it in the not-russian camp. When I hear it I immediately hone in on Polish, so I go it's gotta be either polish or lithuanian if both options are presented.

/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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I was duped by the Finnish sounding Hungarian and Arabic sounding German
Why do we learn more languages when English already took over as the global lingua franca? Isn't it kind of redundant and counter-intuitive? I mean, we all gather around the internet and communicate using it. It is an ugly language though...
>>5418 Because most people around the world can't communicate in english and foreign countries often won't accommodate for your lack of understanding of their language.
>>5418 It may be the lingua franca, but the majority of people on the planet don't speak it. Also, whenever you learn a new language you just don't open up communication with other peoples, you also open up a new world of cultural stuff that doesn't cross even with translation.
I don't know if anyone is interested in this, but here are some Chuvash resources. If you have a basic Russian knowledge, and learn some words you can get through them pretty easily. Also here is a website teaching some basic stuff https://урокичувашского.рф/ The other PDF is just too big, here is the libgen link to it. It uses the old chuvash alphabet, so take it with a grain of salt. http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=69D98771FCD5CA0C56D84012AF6946AB

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ANTI-🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪PERUANO🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪 MEME THREAD Anonymous Refugee 04/28/2020 (Tue) 22:59:17 No. 2763 [Reply] [Last]
ITT we post anti-🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪peruano🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪 memes. Also please filter ((( and ))) for 🇵🇪🇵🇪🇵🇪
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>>4643 Posiblemente
>>4643 Seeing as most of her outfits have a black-white-red color scheme Nico is probably a Kaiserboo
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>>5324 Stop with the slander!
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>>5324 She still salty from Versailles
>>2763 Where does this meme come from anyway? >>2870 More like Vergas Llorosa lmao owned

/ref/ General Anonymous Refugee 04/27/2020 (Mon) 19:24:25 No. 2746 [Reply] [Last]
Discuss about any misc topics related to your country or any other countries.
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>>2800 It's common here, a cousin was named Marx and 2 congressmen are called Lenin. Even when a flood hit a town, one of the affected was called Stalin.
>>2800 I was watching a movie called Barfi which was filmed in Eastern/North Eastern India and there were CPI posters and graffiti present on walls as presented in the movie.
I live in Peru and would like it if anyone could recommend some books on both the old and modern indigenous societies here. I wanna learn more about Quechuan, Aymara, etc. societies, but I can’t just go over to where these people live right now bc of quarantine lol
>>2746 I don't get the point that the guy in the helmet is trying to make >>2800 I had a classmate called Lenin who, funnily enough, was learning Russian, but he claimed to have been named after one of his relatives and not the Lenin (also seemed to not know a lot about him).

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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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BOTS
>>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.
Het YouTube kanaal van de FVD is super populair, hoe kunnen we het youtube kanaal van de SP laten groeien?

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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.

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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Africa
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benistan
>>4128 Covering your tracks? But an american told me on the China general that the CPC will bring socialism by 2050!
>>2691 soccer mexico

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