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sjoerdkremer

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Language
The languages which are spoken in Breser are German and Brodavian, but German is the official language in the city. However, around 30 % of the inhabitants speak Brodavian, but all the inhabitants speak German. Also the level of English of the inhabitants is good. In Brodavia Brodavian (a fictive language) is the official language.Here I'll give you a list of words in Brodavian and German.

English - Brodavian - German
hello - hallo - hallo
How are you? - Wri s geta? - Wie geht's?
good - djorliç - gut
I'm good too - Mi s geta djorliç ak - Mir geht's auch gut
beautiful - bej - schön
Brodavia - Brodaski - Brodavien
large - grand - gross
important - rliçokov - wichtig
Where do you come from? - Wu to comi-â? - Wohin kommst du?
I come from the USA - Icki com â loo Stato Unito do Amerika - Ich komme aus den Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika.
I'm 17 - Icki sias sev-din anno - Ich bin siebzehn
This is the most beautiful city of Brodavia - L sia li plussa beju citta do Brodaski - Diese Stadt ist die schönste.

Money
The official currency of Brodavia is the Krunâ do Brodaski (KB). The currency rate of the KB is 1 KB = 0,821723846229 USD. There are coins of 0,05/0,10/0,20/0,50/1,00 and 2,00 KB and banknotes of 5,00/10,00/20,00/50,00/100,00 and 200,00 KB. It isn't possible to pay with the Euro in Breser and whole Brodavia.

Timezone
Breser is in the timezone of Rome, Amsterdam, Paris and Stockholm. That means +1 compared to England. 

Communication
Bradavia has a good communicationsystem. It's possible to phone on a cell phone everywhere in Breser, the connection is good everywhere. The largest communicationcompany of Brodavia is Brodaski Telecom (BT). 

If you read this page, please write a comment about what you thought about the Brodavian languages.


 
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hi, i just read this page, and i think Brodavian is like Czech, very slavic, or like Esperanto. Very Eastern European style!
What about teaching us more verbs and daily communication like "I'm sorry"? "Where is the police station"?
btw, nice CJ!

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Thank you very much! I very appreciate your comments! I will make a new entry of the language, I hope you will like it. I try to update it as soon as possible!

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