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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Dragonfly in Four Languages

Let's learn languages together! If you can add another language in the comments, please do!!!

Near Andong, South Korea - October 2010

It is a dragonfly!
I saw a dragonfly yesterday.
I hope that there will be dragonflies near the river.

C'est une libuelle!
J'ai vu une libuelle hier.
J'espère qu'il y aura des libuelles près de la rivière.

Это стрекоза!
Вчера я видел стрекозу.
Я надеюсь, что около реки будут стрекозы.

¡Esto es una libélula!
Ayer vi una libélula.
Espero que haya una libélula cerca del río.


  1. Dit is 'n naldekoker
    Ek het gister 'n nalderkoker gesien,
    Ek hoop dat daar nalderkokers by die revier is.

    Afrikaans language

  2. In Spanish, the last sentence will be more correct if you say:
    "Espero que haya una libélula cerca del río"
    Kisses :)

  3. Het is een libelle.
    Ik heb gisteren een libelle gezien.
    Ik hoop dat er libellen bij de rivier zijn.

    This is fun!!!!

  4. G. has a nice picture of the dragonfly on her photo blog you can see it here:

    If you click on the picture you can see it a little bigger :-)

  5. Sorry, I have no other languages to add, Michael - but I love dragonflies! What a beautiful word it is in French and Dutch!

  6. ~ Natalia, thanks, that's interesting! Where did you learn this?

    ~ Raquel, thanks a lot!!! yep, i'm learning :-)

    ~ Hammie, cool! Nice picture! Where was it taken?

    ~ Hi, Feronia, yes the word is wonderful, I agree! Thanks for stopping by!

  7. THat's reelly clever! I speek English, Spanish, an Bear English. So heer it is in Bear English, as yu hav the uthers alreddy!-

    Dits a wagonfly!
    I sor a wagonfly yestaday.
    I hope dat dare will be wagonflys neer the river.

  8. hahahah I need to improve my Monkey English :-)

  9. The picture is taken near a little lake in the woods close to where we live.