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de-4 Dieser Benutzer beherrscht Deutsch auf muttersprachlichem Niveau.
pfl-4 De Bnudza babbld Pälzisch, faschd wie sai Muddaschbrooch.
en-3 This user has advanced knowledge of English.
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es-1 Esta persona tiene un conocimiento básico del español.
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tr-0 Bu kullanıcı hiç Türkçe bilmiyor (ya da bir hayli zor anlıyor).
This user's native script is the Latin alphabet.
This user has a near-native understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.
This user has an advanced understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.

This user has an advanced understanding of the Georgian alphabet.
This user has an intermediate understanding of the Arabic script.

This user has a basic understanding of Devanagari.

This user has a basic understanding of the Ge'ez script.
lua-1 This user knows the basics of how to use Lua modules in entries.
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Hello, this is Mar1Qh.

"My" Languages edit

I can speak the languages to the right more or less fluently, but I have passive knowledge of a few more. In addition, I have a theoretical understanding of a number of other languages, though I would have difficulty answering your requests in them.

As for the scripts shown below, I can read and type, with varying fluency, at least one of the languages mentioned here.

Projects edit

Some of my goals and things I have worked on here so far.

  • Chechen: Phonemic and IPA representations; information on agreement (gender) and inflectional classes; inflection tables; borrowings and cognates in etymology; basic vocabulary.
  • Kashmiri: Perso-Arabic orthography and typographical issues; core vocabulary.
  • Shina: Dialectal and orthographical variation.
  • Georgian: Phonetics.
  • Ethiopic: Core vocabulary.
  • Help developing automated transliteration modules, which seem to be lacking for Arabic-script languages other than Arabic.