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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #939034.

thou speakest

added by Ealdwimor, 2014-01-26 03:03

#939034

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Thou speakest

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Thou speakest.

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Sentence #3008456

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Thou speakest.

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dan
Du taler.
ell
Εσύ μιλάς.
fin
Sinä puhut.
fin
Puhut.
fra
Tu parles.
fra
Vous parlez.
nds
Du snackst.
nld
Gij spreekt.
nld
Ge spreekt.
por
Tu falas.
ber
Tettutlayed.
ber
Ar tsawaled.
ber
Da tsawaled.
bre
Komz a rez Charlez.
cmn
胡說。
胡说。
dan
Du snakker.
deu
Du sprichst.
deu
Sie sprechen.
eng
You speak.
eng
Big deal!
eng
You are talking.
eng
Ye speak.
epo
Vi parolas.
fin
Puhutte.
fin
Te puhutte.
heb
אתה מדבר.
ita
Parli.
ita
Tu parli.
ita
Parlate.
ita
Voi parlate.
ita
Parla.
ita
Lei parla.
nld
Je spreekt.
nld
Jij spreekt.
nld
U spreekt.
nld
Jullie spreken.
por
Você fala.
por
Você está falando.
rus
Ты говоришь.
rus
Что ты говоришь!
rus
Подумаешь!
spa
Tú hablas.
spa
Estás hablando.
toki
sina toki.

Comments

Ricardo14 Ricardo14 2016-05-31 23:14 link permalink

Is this English?

mailohilohi mailohilohi 2016-05-31 23:27 link permalink

Yes: archaic English. For instance, the King James Bible has a line that goes, "Thou shalt not live; for thou speakest lies in the name of the LORD".

cueyayotl cueyayotl 2016-06-01 00:39, edited 2016-06-01 00:51 link permalink

@Ricardo14

It means "You speak." where 'you' is singular. It is archaic, though with this spelling it is considered Early Modern English (still ISO 639-3 ENG), and not Middle English [ENM]. For it to be Middle English, it would have to be of the form "Þou/þu/tu/þeou spækest/spekest" (though 'th' can replace 'þ', it wasn't common until the late 14th century)
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/...Middle_English

As for usage, use this only as a joke, or around Renaissance fairs:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissance_fair