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In this video I examine Galician and Portuguese to see if they are similar enough to be considered two varieties of the same language. 🚩 Learners of Portuguese, check out PortuguesePod101: ► 🤍 ◄. *Black Friday sale: Courses are currently 51% off for a limited time!* 🚩 For 33 other languages: 🤍 Special thanks to Carlos Costa for his Portuguese samples, and Marilú for her Galician samples. 🟧 These amazing people support Langfocus on Patreon 🔹🔷 🤍 🔷🔹: Ali Mametraimov AmateurTextualCriticism Anton Opanasenko Auguste Fields Bennett Seacrist Bill Walderman Brandon Gonzalez Brian King Bruce C CFitz17 Clark Roth Colin Milner Irina Bruce J Choi Jacob Madsen John Moffat Karl-Erik Wångstedt Kenny Kirk Kirkpatrick Marcelo Loureiro Matthew Etter Michael Arbagi Michael Cuomo Michael Regal Mody Moe Nobbi Lampe-Strang Patricia Roxanne Warner Paul Falstad Rosalind Resnick Ruben Sanchez Jr ShadowCrossZero Simon Jaglom Sonja Lang Victoria Goh Vincent David W T Walter Moore Wolfgang Egon Schroder Yuko Sunda 19jks94 Abdullah Al-Kazaz acidvenom Adam Powell Adam Vanderpluym Alan Corley Alana Kalinowski Alen Alex Hanselka Alexandre Smirnov Ali Muhammed Alshehri Alvin Quiñones Andrew Woods Anthony Kinread Anthony Peter Swallow Aous Mansouri Armando Fox Ashley Dierolf Avital Levant Bartosz Czarnotta Ben Brent Warner Brian Begnoche Brian Morton Bruce Stark Cary Todd Chelsea Boudreau chris brown Christian Langreiter Christopher Lowell contumaciousCulimancer Cyrus Shahrivar Daniel Leon Daniel Young Darek David Eggleston David LeCount Dean Cary Debbie Willow deezebee Diana Fulger Diane Young DickyBoa Dieter Raber Dina Trageser divad Divadrax Don Ross Donald Tilley Dulta Tracey Ed B Ed Heard Edward Wilson Elizabeth Evans Eren Parla Eric Loewenthal Fabio Martini fatimahl Fawad Quraishi G Bot Grace Wagner Gregory Garecki Guillaume Brodar Harry Kek Henri Saussure Herr K Howard Clark Hugh AULT Ina Mwanda Jacek Sz Jack Jackson James and Amanda Soderling James Lillis JAMES ORR Jay Bernard Jenna Matthews Jens Aksel Takle Jim McLaughlin Jim Wink JK Nair JL Bumgarner John Gavin John Hyaduck Josh Rotenberg Josiah Scott Julie Sriken K M Kimball Pierce kingvaeonic Kirk Vistain Klaw117 Konrad Kristian Erickson Krzysztof Dobrzanski KW Kyle James Lance Bedasie Laura Morland Lee Dedmon Leo Coyne Leo Barudi Lincoln Hutton Lissette Talledo Lorraine Inez Lil Louie dela Fuente Luis1311 17 Luke Jensen M.Aqeel Afzal Mahmoud Hashemi Mai Rose maiku Margaret Langendorf Maria Comninou Mark Mark Bonneaux Mark Judge Mark Kemp Markzipan Martin Blackwell Merrick Bobb Merrick Bobb Michael Sisson Mike Frysinger Mohammed A. Abahussain Mário Pegado Naama and Geoff Shang Nadia B. Nicholas Gentry Nicole Tovar Niro noxialisrex Oleksandr Ivanov Oto Kohulák ou_lyss Papp Roland Patrick smith Patriot Nurse Paul Flynn Paul Shutler Pauline Pavon Paulla Fetzek Peter Andersson Peter Devlin Peter Nikitin Peter Scollar piero Raymond Thomas Renato Paroni de Castro ReysDad Richard Kelly Robert Brockway Robert Sheehan Robert Williams Robyn Morales Roger Smith Roland Seuhs Ron McKinnon Ronald Brady Saffo Papantonopoulou Sergio Pascalin Sheila Perryman Sierra Rooney Sigbjørn Nerland Simon Blanchet Stefan Reichenberger Steven Severance Suzanne Jacobs system_survivor Tara Pride Theophagous Thomas Chapel Thomas Gijsbers thug rife tommy dahill Ulf Hermjakob Uncle Beef Vinicius Marchezini Vitor Warren McKenzie William MacKenzie William O Beeman Yagub Alserkal yasmine jaafar Yeshar Hadi Yuriy Vrublevskiy Yuval Filmus Zachary Root zhangyimo Éric Martin Навальный 洋平 木嶋 Images used under Creative Commons Share-Alike license: 🤍 Authors: Mutxamel, Rastrojo. 🤍 Authors: Té y kriptonita, HansenBCN. 🤍 Author: Alexandre Vigo. 🤍 Author: Alexandre Vigo. Screenshots that include the above images may be used under the same Creative Commons Share-Alike license. 00:00 Our sponsor 00:14 What is Galician? 0:047 The shared history of Galician and Portuguese 01:49 Is Galician a dialect of Portuguese? 02:58 Sample monologues in Galician and Portuguese 03:36 Differences in pronunciation between Galician and Portuguese 09:15 Different word forms in Galician & Portuguese 10:06 Differences in Galician and Portuguese verbs 11:02 Galician and Portuguese pronouns 11:36 Comparing equivalent sentences in Galician and Portuguese 15:13 Final comments: Are Galician and Portuguese a single language? 16:13 The Question of the Day
Luis speaks Galician, one of the Romance languages of the Iberian Peninsula and the ancestral language of Galicia (Galiza), Spain. The speaker(s) featured herein have not explicitly agreed to distribute this video for reuse. For inquiries on licensing this video, please contact hello🤍wikitongues.org. Uploaded in New York City, USA. Get a free Galician lesson with italki: 🤍 Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍
Galicia Spain - a truly magical region in northwest Spain with quite the long and fascinating history. I bring you to a small coastal villages, Muxia Spain and teach you about the people and the history of Galicia while doing so. You will be suprised by some of the facts and things that come from this unique region in Spain. ✅ I maintain my beard with products from: 🤍 SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL ✅ ►PayPal: 🤍 (one-time support) ►Patreon: 🤍 (monthly support) 💥Mi Canal en ESPAÑOL: 🤍 FOLLOW ME 📸 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►FACEBOOK PAGE: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Tik tok: 🤍 Adventure Elliot is a bilingual travel vlogger (English and Spanish) with a particular interest in the Spanish speaking world. I enjoy taking adventures - big or small - and my goal is to show the Spanish speaking world 1 video at a time. The goal of my channel is simple yet complex: I want to document and share authentic & educational content of anything related to Adventure Travel, Geography, & Language in the Spanish-speaking world. It's kind of a loaded topic, but it allows me to never exhaust my creative outlets. The truth is, I've always been extremely passionate about what I'm doing on my channel, but I never properly documented it when I started adventuring as a younger man in my college years. I've made over 150 Youtube videos in both English and Spanish, and I have aspirations to make 1000s more. If that sounds interesting to you, join the community and follow me along the way.. After all, we're just getting started. #Galicia #Spain #Travel
Celtic Galicia: The Celtic Origins of Galicia in Spain Please donate through PayPal using this link: 🤍 – you can also send money through PayPal straight to chdecoded🤍gmail.com if you don’t want to use the link. Please Support this Channel on Patreon: 🤍 Galicia on the north-western corner of the Iberian Peninsula has a fascinating history which has many Celtic connections. Galicia and the Iberian Peninsula in general is often cited in origin stories as the region where Celtic tribes sailed from to settle in Ireland and the British Isles. The name of the region comes from the Romans, who referred to the Celtic tribes of the Iberian north-west as the Callaeci. Over time, Callaeci became Gallaeci. Various tribes made up the Gallaeci, including the Coelerni and the Bracari. The people of Gallaeci spoke the Gallaecian language, also known as Northwestern Hispano-Celtic, a now extinct continental Celtic language. A defining feature of this Celtic civilization was the fact that they lived in hillforts, resulting in them often being referred to as the “culture of hillforts” or the Castro culture. Today, Galicia is still home to more than two thousand hillforts. Gallaecians identified themselves by their hillfort, and the king of their area. In relation to their religion, we know that the Gallaeci worshipped numerous Celtic gods, including Coventina, the goddess of wells and springs, who was also known as the goddess of abundance and fertility; Nabia, the goddess of waters and rivers, with the river Navia in Galicia still bearing her name; and Lugus, the god of prosperity, trade, and craft occupations, who was often depicted as having three heads. During the Second Punic War between Carthage and Rome from 218 to 210 BC, we know that some Gallaecian troops fought alongside the Carthaginian General, Hannibal. The various Celtic tribes of the Gallaeci ruled this corner of the Iberian Peninsula for centuries, until the Roman conquest of Iberia in the 3rd, 2nd, and 1st centuries BC. As well as being interested in commanding a large sphere of influence, Rome also was interested in the lucrative gold mines of Galicia, although I will address the Roman conquest of Iberia in more detail in a future video. In the 5th and 6th centuries, there was another Celtic infusion into Galicia. As the Anglo-Saxons settled Briton, many Celtic Britons fled to Galicia, as well as to what would become Brittany in France. This settlement in Galicia was known as Britonia. It is thought that these Britons practiced a strong Christian faith. It is curious that the common Brittonic Celtic language of these Britons did not seem to take hold in Galicia, yet it did take hold in nearby Brittany in France, which is why the Celtic language of Breton is still spoken in Brittany today. Perhaps these migrants from Briton were better assimilated into the Galician culture of the time than their fellow migrants in Brittany, with Galicia controlled by the Germanic tribe of the Suebi. Celtic influence is still present in Galicia today however, particularly musically. A traditional instrument in Galicia is called the gaita, a type of bagpipe. The two main languages spoken in Galicia today are Galician (or Galego) and Spanish. Galician is an Indo-European language of the Western Ibero-Romance branch, and it is spoken by more than 2 million people, mainly in Galicia. Sources: Galicia 🤍 Gallaeci 🤍 Galicia (Spain) 🤍 The Galician gaita (bagpipe) 🤍 History of Galicia 🤍 Galician language 🤍 Creative Commons Imagery: Dario Alvarez 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. 🤍 QuartierLatin1968 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. 🤍 Landscapes Of Galicia In 4K | Time-Lapse Jorge Piñeiro Instagram: supertimelapse_ 🤍 Szajci 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. 🤍 AnaisGoepner 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. 🤍 #Galicia #Celtic #History
TRIGGER WARNING: In this video, we discuss words related to LGBT+ across languages, and in the context of a discussion about language, you will hear words that are considered offensive. If you think, hearing them may hurt you please skip this part of the video. Our intention is to start a discussion about language, and not to hurt anyone. 🌈🙏🏼 Galician vs Portuguese speakers | Are Galician and Portuguese mutually intelligible? - we play a language game to find out. The participants speak Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese to see if that makes any difference. Let us know if you are able to understand the Galician language! Support my Work: My name is Norbert Wierzbicki and I am the creator of 🤍Ecolinguist channel. ☕️Buy me a Coffee → 🤍 (I appreciate every donation no matter how big or small🤠) 📱Instagram: 🤍the.ecolinguist 📝 Contact details for the guests of the show are: 🤓 Mario The Galician speaker: 🎥YouTube Channel →🤍olaxonmario 📱Instagram: 🤍olaxonmario (Herr Mario) 🔴 Nigai San - content creator and translator 🎥YouTube Channel → 🤍 📱Instagram: 🤍nigaisan8 🔴 Joana Madzestes - singer, songwriter, content creator 🎥YouTube Channel → 🤍joanamadzestes 📱Instagram: 🤍joana_madzestes 🔴 Catarina Rola 🙏🏽 🧘🏽♀️ Integral Nutrition & Yoga 📱Instagram: 🤍yogandnutrition 🎥Recommended videos: 🇧🇷🇲🇽🇮🇹Brazilian Portuguese | Can Spanish and Italian speakers understand? → 🤍 🇷🇴 🦂 Romanian vs Latin Speakers | Can they understand it? → 🤍 🤓 🦂 Latin Language Spoken | Can Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian speakers understand it? → 🤍 🇫🇷🇮🇹🇧🇷🇲🇽French Language | Can Italian, Spanish and Portuguese speakers understand? → 🤍 🇮🇹🇧🇷🇲🇽Italian Language | Can Spanish and Portuguese speakers understand? → 🤍 🤠🇧🇷🇲🇽Norbert speaking Spanish to Polyglot Erika - a Brazilian Portuguese speaker. → 🤍 Romance Languages Comparison Playlist → 🤍 🤗 Big hug to everyone reading my video descriptions! You rock! 🤓💪🏻 #galician
Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. I created this for educational purposes to spread awareness that we are diverse as a planet. Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Please support me on Ko-fi 🤍 Special Thanks to Martín Méndez Pasarín Galician (Galego) Region: Galicia and adjacent areas in Asturias and Castile and León Ethnicity: Galician Native speakers: 2.4 million (2012) / 58% of the population of Galicia (c. 1.56 million) are L1 speakers (2007) Language family: Indo-European (Romance) is an Indo-European language of the Western Ibero-Romance branch. It is spoken by some 2.4 million people, mainly in Galicia, an autonomous community located in northwestern Spain, where it is co-official with Spanish. The language is also spoken in some border zones of the neighboring Spanish regions of Asturias and Castile and León, as well as by Galician migrant communities in the rest of Spain, in Latin America including Puerto Rico, the United States, Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe. Modern Galician is part of the West Iberian languages group, a family of Romance languages that includes the Portuguese language, which developed locally from Vulgar Latin and evolved into what modern scholars have called Galician-Portuguese. Dialectal divergences are observable between the northern and southern forms of Galician-Portuguese in 13th-century texts but the two dialects were similar enough to maintain a high level of cultural unity until the middle of the 14th century, producing the medieval Galician-Portuguese lyric. The divergence has continued to this day, producing the modern languages of Galician and Portuguese. Galician has two different spelling conventions, similar to Norwegian (Bokmål / Nynorsk): 1. One of them is based on the norms of the Galician Royal Academy (RAG), which use the same orthography as Castilian Spanish, and accept some words that some consider to be of Castilian influence. These norms are used by the Galician public institutions, and they are taught in schools. The norms also consider Galician a closely related, but separate language from Portuguese. The video you already have in your channel follows this spelling convention. 2. Another one based on the spelling of medieval Galician-Portuguese, as well as modern Portuguese, usually known as "reintegrationist". These norms consider Galician a variety of the (Galician-)Portuguese language, along with European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese. They were made by several linguists at the Galician Language Association (AGAL) back in the 1980s as an opposition / critic of the RAG norms, and they are used by many language activists and cultural associations in Galicia. More info: 🤍 LINKS: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 If you are interested to see your native language/dialect to be featured here. Submit your recordings to crystalsky0124🤍gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Please support me on Ko-fi 🤍 Portuguese is a western Romance language of the Indo-European language family, originating in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. It is an official language of Portugal, Brazil, Cape Verde, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, and São Tomé and Príncipe, while having co-official language status in East Timor, Equatorial Guinea, and Macau. Portuguese is part of the Ibero-Romance group that evolved from several dialects of Vulgar Latin in the medieval Kingdom of Galicia and the County of Portugal and has kept some Celtic phonology in its lexicon. Galician is a Western Ibero-Romance language. Around 2.4 million people have at least some degree of competence in the language, mainly in Galicia, an autonomous community located in northwestern Spain, where it is co-official with Spanish. The language is also spoken in some border zones of the neighboring Spanish regions of Asturias and Castile and León, as well as by Galician migrant communities in the rest of Spain, in Latin America including Puerto Rico, the United States, Switzerland, and elsewhere in Europe. If you are interested to see your native language/dialect be featured here. Submit your recordings to otipeps24🤍gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Today we will explore some less known romance languages. Spanish will be compared with these Spanish languageas. Aragonese, Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) and Galician. Watch Next Different Accents from Spain. How to Speak like a Spaniard 🤍 Spanish Compared to Papiamento and Palenquero 🤍 Spanish Compared to Flipino, Caviteño and Zamboangueño 🤍 Can a Spanish speaker understand Portuguese, Romanian and Zamboangueño 🤍 Transcript 1. Match up: Aragonese vs. Spanish: Aragonese is a language spoken in Aragon Spain, a region in the northeast by the Pyrenees. It is very distinct in its history. It used to be the Kingdom of Aragon and maybe you remember Catherine of Aragon who married King Henry VIII but wouldn’t give him a male child. Watch the Tudors. Anyway Aragon is a very district history and even though Spanish is preferred some people in the region still speak a distinct language. So let’s listen to it. I’ll give it a ranking 1-5 to see how much I understand 1 being nothing and 5 being everything. 2. Match up: Ladino (Judaeo-Spanish) vs. Spanish. I am actually very excited about the next language. Ladino or Judeo Spanish is very close to me. You see, in 1492 the Queen of Spain kicked out all Jewish people out of Spain, mainly to the Ottoman Empire. My family are actually direct descendants from Sephardic Jews expelled during this time. I am not the only one, also congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez reveals in an interview during Hanukah. The language has been influenced by Hebrew and Aramaic loanwords. I don’t speak the language. This is actually the first time hearing it. 3. Match up: Galician vs. Spanish. So our next language is Galician. And the first time I heard of Galicia was from jokes. Spanish people usually make jokes about the people from Galicia. I really don’t know why. It seems like a great place. Galician and Portuguese were actually 1 language, so I am very curious to see how this one goes. Galician was actually banned by Franco and after Spain return to democracy it flourished into a great literary tradition!
Learn Galician with One Minute Languages! In lesson 1 you will learn to say “hello” and “goodbye”. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson. ola - hello adeus - goodbye ata logo - see you later Don't forget to like and subscribe for more Galician lessons! If you'd like to be able to download all 10 episodes of this video course with no ads and access our handy pdf course booklet, visit our One Minute Languages section at the Coffee Break Academy: 🤍 One Minute Galician is brought to you by Coffee Break Languages. We help language learners around the world maximise their downtime and learn a language quickly and easily. You can learn on your coffee break - or your commute, your visit to the gym or wherever and whenever it suits you. Find out more at 🤍 Join us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍
Welcome to my channel! This is Andy from I love languages. Let's learn different languages/dialects together. I created this for educational purposes to spread awareness that we are diverse as a planet. Please feel free to subscribe to see more of this. I hope you have a great day! Stay happy! Please support me on Patreon! 🤍 Please support me on Ko-fi 🤍 Special Thanks to Arthur P. Paiva :D Galician-Portuguese / Old Portuguese / Medieval Galician Native to: the Kingdom of Galicia, County of Portugal Region: Northwestern Iberia Era: Attested 870 A.D.; by 1400 had split into Galician, Eonavian, Fala, and Portuguese. Language family: Indo-European (Romance) "The Galician-Portuguese term designates the Romance language spoken during the Middle Ages in the regions of Portugal and Galicia and the current linguistic system that occupies the entire western range of the Iberian Peninsula, including the various dialects of the Portuguese and Portuguese languages. Galician, as well as the varieties typical of Asturias, Bierzo, Portelas, Xálima, Terras de Alcántara, Olivença, and Barrancos. In addition to these territories, the villages of Rio de Onor and Guadramil can also be included in this range, having been up to the mid-20th century of Leonese speech. The Galician-Portuguese language is the ancestral language common to the Galician-Portuguese languages. It stood out for its use as a language of the troubadour poetry not only in the kingdoms where it was native (Portugal, Galicia, and Lion) but also in Castile and, occasionally, in other places in Europe." If you are interested to see your native language/dialect to be featured here. Submit your recordings to crystalsky0124🤍gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you!
A tribute to the people of Gallaécia (Galicia, Asturias, northern Portugal and León), direct descendants of the Gallaecian Celts.
Recently I travelled around Galicia and thought I would share some of my acquired wisdom of the area. If you want to know whether or not it’s worthwhile visiting Galicia, whether it does in fact, always rain, what Gallegos are like and whether the food is actually that big of a deal, make sure to watch this video. All opinions shared and honest and true to my personal experience there. Want to stay in touch, follow me on Instagram or twitter: Instagram: 🤍ellebehrsin Twitter: 🤍ellebehrsin Places mentioned in the video: Cathedrals beach – Northern Galicia Serra da Capelada – Highest cliffs in Galicia (highest cliffs in mainland Europe?) A Coruña – Northern coastal city Tower of Hercules – Oldest Roman lighthouse still in use as a lighthouse Fisterra (Finisterre) – What the Roman’s considered the end of the known world, and also an extra route after the Camino del Norte Marin – Coastal town in Rias Biaxas Cabo de home walk – coastal lighthouse walk near Marin (Pontevedra) in Rias Biaxas that overlooks Cies Islands Sil Canyons – My favourite but the most terrifying lookout point was called Mirador De Vilouxe Monastery of Santa Cristina de Ribas de Sil – Oldest Monastery in Galicia Ribadeo – Coastal town on the northern border with Asturias Places we stayed and loved: *Casa rural near Sil Canyons - Caserío da Castiñeira - 🤍 Airbnb next to the beach in Marin, Rias Biaxas – 🤍 Restaurants recommended in the video: Cathedrals beach - Restaurante La Yenka A Coruña (Pulpo) - A Taberna de Cunqueiro 🤍 Food mentioned: Rabas Pulpo (Octopus) Chipirones Calamari Sardines Galician Empanadas Galician Bread *denote affiliate links. Affiliate links help support my channel so I can continue to make these videos for you.
Adrian Estevez speaks Galician, one of the Iberian Romance languages alongside Portuguese, Spanish and Catalan. Adrian is an active contributor to Wikipedia, especially in the Galician language. This video was recorded by Cameron Willis at Wikimania 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden. Galician is spoken by as many as 2.4 million people, primarily in Galicia (natively, Galiza), a cultural region and Autonomous Community in Spain; as well as in pockets of the neighboring Spanish regions of Asturias and Castile y León, and in parts of northern Portugal. Like most Romance languages, Galician emerged circa the 9th century as a form of Vulgar Latin. First attested in 870 A.D., Galician originally formed a single language with Portuguese, which is contemporarily referred to as Old Portuguese, Medieval Galician, or simply Galician-Portuguese; the language developed as a creolization of Latin and Lusitanian, an Indigenous Iberian language, and Gallaecian, a Celtiberian language spoken by Celtic settlers in Iberian. By the 15th century, Galician and Portuguese had diverged into the two closely related, but separate, languages known today. By the 19th century, Galician speakers had developed a rich, literary tradition; but with the rise of the Franco dictatorship in 1939, the language was banned from public use and in the arts until Spain's transition to democracy in 1980. Since then, a lively media culture has emerged, which includes music, television, and online content like the Galician Wikipedia. In Galicia, the language is co-official with Spanish and a language of instruction in public schools. This video is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. To download a copy, please contact hello🤍wikitongues.org. Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍
🇵🇹 Inscreve-te já no meu Curso de Pronúncia Portuguesa: 🤍 Conversei com o Eduardo Maragoto, presidente da Associação Galega da Língua, que me explicou o Reintegracionismo galego e me ensinou a transformar o meu português em galego. _ Dicionário Estraviz de Conjugação: 🤍 Portal Galego da Língua: 🤍 O meu vídeo com o 🤍olaxonmario : 🤍 🎁 JUNTA-TE AO PATREON: 🤍 💪 APOIA O CANAL COM UMA DOAÇÃO: 🤍 🌐 WEBSITE: 🤍 🕗 MARCAS TEMPORAIS 🕑 0:00 - Introdução 0:43 - Porque é que o Eduardo fala português? 2:08 - O que é então o galego? 3:57 - O que é o Reintegracionismo? 5:55 - Diferenças gramaticais entre português e galego 11:55 - Diferenças na conjugação de verbos 14:36 - Como transformar a pronúncia portuguesa em galega 26:50 - Leo tenta falar galego 29:22 - Conclusão e agradecimentos
Señorita Modesto speaks Galician, one of the many languages spoken in Spain thanks to its rich history and culture. Galician is a romance language, closely related and influenced by Castilian Spanish and Portuguese. It is spoken by around 2.4 million people, mainly in Galicia, an autonomous community located in northwestern Spain, where it is official along with Spanish.
Subtítulos en español disponibles. Derby Days is back with a bang as we take the entire series to Spain to discover the incredibly unique rivalries that make up this obsessed football nation! First up is Galicia in the north west, made up of a people who live their life, their football and their derby like no one else. Derby Days ha vuelto en grande y los llevamos a España para descubrir las rivalidades mas unicas que forman parte de esta nacion obsesionada con el futbol! Primero los llevamos a Galicia, en el noroeste, donde la gente vive su vida, su futbol y su derby como nadie mas. To celebrate the return of Derby Days we have released a limited edition selection of Derby Days T – Shirts. Click the link below to browse the shop! 🤍 To celebrate the return of Derby Days we’re giving away some limited edition COPA90 Derby Day Sticker Packs. For your chance to win enter here - 🤍 Music Licensed By: Subscribe to COPA90: 🤍 Follow Eli on twitter: 🤍 Thanks to Xabier Jacome for help on the film, find him at - brincobrinco.com Want a regular dose of COPA90 goodness all in one place? Sign up for our newsletter to spice up your inbox today! 🤍 Check out COPA90 US for the North American voice on the global game: 🤍 Check out our new website: 🤍 About COPA90: At COPA90 we believe that football is the universal language. We’re here to entertain, inform and celebrate football and its fans. Whether it’s chats and challenges with your favourite footballers, in depth documentaries about fan culture or amazing animations and explainers about the biggest stories in the game, COPA90 is how football feels. Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Snapchat - copa90 Leave us a comment below!
hola yall :) hoy os traigo un video muy especial. Un video que llevo mucho tiempo queriendo hacer. Hay algunos sitios de España que tienen un sitio muy especial en mi corazón y Galicia sin duda es uno de ellos. Conozco a muchos españoles que nunca han estado en Galicia y me sorprendió mucho despues de ver como es Galicia. Así que esto es el primer video en una serie que quiero hacer de Sitios Infravalorados de España :) Soy de una parte de Estados Unidos que no tiene mucho que ver (en mi opinion), entonces en este video comparto mis impresiones de Galicia. A ver si es verdad lo que dicen de "Galicia Calidade"...... INSTA: 🤍 TIKTOK: 🤍 COLLABS: contactrachelanne🤍gmail.com aquí tengo más videos que tienes ganas de ver más :) Cosas RARAS que hacen los ESPAÑOLES (part 1).... 🤍 8 cosas que nunca había hecho antes de vivir en España: 🤍 7 cosas que nunca había hecho antes de vivir en España: 🤍 COMO APRENDÍ ESPAÑOL (castellano) sin clases, academias, tutores, etc // Mi historia con el español: 🤍 Cosas que ME ENCANTAN de España! (Siendo estadounidense): 🤍 Choques culturales de una estadounidense en España: 🤍
Possibly one of the most widespread and appreciated tapas or rations in Spain. This wonderful recipe comes to us from Galicia, but we enjoy it all over the world. The texture is delicate, with an incredible touch of paprika and olive oil, which combines perfectly with the sea flavour of the Octopus. Dare and enjoy.
The University of Haifa, The Research Project on the Galician and Bukovinian Jewry Is proud to present an online course, open to the public: The Jews of Galicia – a History, Given by Prof. Joshua Shanes This course surveys the establishment, flourishing and destruction of the once vital Jewish community in Galicia from the 18th century to the Holocaust and its aftermath. It is given for credits to students of the University of Haifa. Here it is open to the general public and to those who are interested to know more of this most important and influential Jewish community, without getting grades or credits. The course consists of 10 lessons starting with the birth of Galicia in the 18th century and ending with the destruction of the community during the Holocaust. To learn more about the Research Project on the Galician and Bukovinian Jewry, please visit our website: 🤍
Where to eat the best Seafood in Spain? In Galicia! We had the best octopus I have ever eaten and more! Follow me around for a Northern Spain food tour! Check out my fellow traveller Paul here: 🤍 Restaurants: 🤍 🤍 Subscribe to my channel for more travel vlogs: 🤍 Check out my "Travel and Festivals" playlist here: 🤍 Business contact: sandymakessense🤍gmail.com Follow my other social channels here: * Instagram: 🤍 * Twitter: 🤍 * Facebook: 🤍 I love seafood! Hope you enjoyed this! This video is sponsored by the Spanish Tourism Board #galicia #traveltips #spanishfood
GALICIA, GALIZA, SPAIN 4K I THE GREEN PARADISE I DRONE FOOTAGE I 2022 In this video, you will see mainly aerial views of few points of interest of Galicia, like places as Santiago de Compostela, Lugo, A Coruña, Pontevedra and Ourense. Galicia is an autonomous community of Spain and historic nationality under Spanish law. Located in the northwest Iberian Peninsula, it includes the provinces of A Coruña, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra. Galicia is located in Atlantic Europe. It is bordered by Portugal to the south, the Spanish autonomous communities of Castile and León and Asturias to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Cantabrian Sea to the north. It had a population of 2,701,743 in 2018 and a total area of 29,574 km2 .Galicia has over 1,660 km of coastline, including its offshore islands and islets, among them Cíes Islands, Ons, Sálvora, Cortegada Island, which together form the Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park, and the largest and most populated, A Illa de Arousa. This area of Spain is famous outside of his borders, briefly, for its pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, its wild and green landscapes and for its sweetness of life, as well as its gastronomy. You can watch this video chronologically or according your interests. For that, click on the links below: 00:30 Tower of Hercules, A Coruña 01:17 Sil River, Ourense 01:26 Tui Cathedral 02:01 Pontevedra Cathedral, Pontevedra 02:49 Caion, A Laracha 03:08 A Coruña 02:43 Church of Santa Maria de Arcos, Ourense 03:51 Allariz, Ourense 04:08 Santiago de Compostela Cathedral 04:35 Tui, Pontevedra 05:03 Baiona, Pontevedra 05:36 Tui, Pontevedra 05:56 Mirador Curotiña, A Coruña 06:11 Lugo 06:41 A Coruña city 07:13 A Coruña city 07:41 Lugo city 08:26 Santiago de Compostela 09:10 A Guarda, Pontevedra 09:42 Rande bridge, La Coruña 10:41 Pontevedra city 11:15 Vigo city 12:04 Santiago Apostol cathedral 12:30 Hercules Tower, La Coruña 12:44 Veracruz Church, O Carballiño, Ourense 12:50 O Carballiño, Ourense 13:16 Sil River, Ourense I hope you will enjoy this landscape footage and if you like the video, please, like it and leave a comment. This would be a motivation booster for us to create more relaxing videos like that! Thank you for your support! Credit Music 1. Title: Your Eyes of Glimmering Whimsy - Artist: Phil Larson 2 Title: Emerge - Artist: Phil Larson MADEIRA, PORTUGAL I 4K TRAVEL TOUR I AERIAL VIEWS I 2022🤍 PARIS, FRANCE I 4K TRAVEL TOUR I AERIAL VIEWS I 2022 🤍 ANDALUCIA, SPAIN I 4K TRAVEL TOUR I AERIAL VIEWS I 2022🤍 GREECE, I 4K TRAVEL TOUR I AERIAL VIEWS I 2022🤍 ABU DHABI, UAE I 4K TRAVEL TOUR I 2022 🤍 Switzerland 4K , beautiful views from Bern, Zurich and mountains, lakes I 2022 🤍 Brasil 4K, beautiful views from beaches, mountains and towns from South America I 2022🤍 #spain #galicia #touristguide #droneviews
In a very small reader's note, Stef Biemans has read that the Galicians feel forgotten by the rest of Spain. He travels to the Costa da Morte to find out if this is really the case. In his letters, he asks what he absolutely must not overlook when visiting Galicia. It is not surprising that Galicia often does not feel heard, because it does not try very hard to do so. That is what an artist Stef meets says, and he sees what he means when he attends a protest against windmills. It is calm and civilised, and almost unnoticed. The Galicians are not very fond of the central authority, but the church is still very important here. Coastal residents know they are protected by the Virgin of the Boat, and that is much needed on the Costa da Morte, where the sea gives and takes. VPRO Documentary publishes a new subtitled documentary weekly, investigating current affairs, finance, sustainability, climate change or politics. Subscribe to our channel, and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you! This Channel is part of VPRO broadcast. Make sure to visit our additional youtube channels: VPRO Metropolis: 🤍 VPRO World Stories: 🤍 (no longer active) VPRO Extra: 🤍 VPRO VG (world music): 🤍 VPRO 3voor12 (alternative music): 🤍 VPRO 3voor12 extra (music stories): 🤍 More info at 🤍
William Janz, de Nederlandse ’Julio Iglesias’, doet een speciale versie van Un Canto a Galicia (Mijn Allerliefste). Kijk op 🤍 voor meer over RTL Late Night. Abonneer je op ons YouTube-kanaal (🤍 voor het beste van RTL Late Night! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #RTLLateNight
As I explained in my previous videos on Iron Age Iberia, the Roman Conquest of Hispania took two centuries to complete, one of the last regions to be conquered being that in the very northwest of the peninsula, the modern province of Galicia and its neighbours. In this video I'll look at the Roman conquest of Galicia, the foundation of its most important city, Lucus Augusti, before exploring the pre-Roman, Celtic etymology and history of Lugo relating to the Celtic God Lugus/Lugos and some related deities in the Roman Pantheon and the Norse Pantheon. Arde Lucus Festival Information: 🤍 Go Fund My Windmills (Patreon): 🤍 Join in the Banter on Twitter: 🤍 Enter the Fray on Facebook: 🤍 Indulge in some Instagram..?(the alliteration needs to stop): 🤍 0:00 - Intro Music Used: Desert City - Kevin MacLeod Sunday Dub - Kevin MacLeod Expeditionary - Kevin MacLeod Achaidh Cheide - Kevin MacLeod Night Vigil - Kevin MacLeod Send me an email if you'd be interested in doing a collaboration! historywithhilbert🤍gmail.com #Spain #Lugo #Galicia
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In this video, I share what I observed about Galician and Portuguese differences. This video is about the differences between Galician and Portuguese. The two languages did come from the same language, but they have been divided for hundreds of years. We go over the history of Galician and Portuguese briefly and how/when they split, and the sound changes, spelling differences and discuss how far the languages have drifted. If any speaker of Galician or Portuguese knows some false cognates between the two languages, then please comment with all the ones you know! If you'd like to know more about why there are two standards for the Galician language, let me know and I'll make a video explaining the reasons on both sides. Questions of the day (comment your thoughts below): Do you think that Portuguese and Galician are two varieties of the same language or that they are two distinct languages? Do you know any false cognates between the two languages? Thank you all so much for watching and check out the langshack channel for more videos on languages! :D Check us out on our social media pages: Twitter: langshack Facebook: langshack Instagram: langshack langshack.org Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/langshack For further reading, check out these sources: Estudo crítico das normas ortográficas e morfolóxicas do idioma galego, AGAL 1983 and 1989, Corunha Academia Galega da Língua Portuguesa (reintegrationist Galician) - academiagalega.org History: Fernández Rei, Francisco (2003), Dialectoloxía da lingua galega (in Galician) (3 ed.), Vigo: Edicións Xerais de Galicia, ISBN 978-84-7507-472-6 de Azevedo Maia, Clarinda (1997). História do galego-português: estado linguístico da Galiza e do noroeste de Portugal desde o século XIII ao século XVI. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. pp. 883–891. ISBN 9789723107463. Some organizations use reintegrationist Galician, others use "standard" Galician. Dioivo – online news portal (in Galician) Arroutada Noticias – online news portal (in Galician) Diário Liberdade – online news portal (in reintegrationist Galician) Novas da Galiza – monthly newspaper (in reintegrationist Galician)
Soy gallego de Galicia (España). Todos mis abuelos y bisabuelos (menos uno, de Brescia, norte de Italia) son / eran de aldeas de ayuntamientos gallegos del nordeste de la provincia de Pontevedra y del sudoeste de la provincia de Lugo ("concellos" de Lalín, Dozón, Forcarei, Agolada, Carballedo y Antas de Ulla). Mi composición étnica según MyHeritage DNA: Ibérico: 29,1%. "Galicia Calidade!" ✌😊 Irlandés, escocés y galés: 27,9%. "Make sense: Breogán and Mailoc intensifies!" ☘😅 Italiano: 27,1%. ¡Abuelo! "Salute!" ❤😘 Judío Askenazí: 9,9%. ¿De la otra "Galitzia"? ✡🤷? Norafricano: 4,3%. wth!! 🐪😮?? Nigeriano: 1,7%. WTH!!! 🐘🤯??? ¡100% HUMANO! 😇 [⛔➡👽⬅🚫] #myheritagedna #myheritage #dna #adn #dnatesting #dnatest #testadn #genetics #genética #ancestrydna #ancestry #galicia #galiza #galician #galaico #galego #gallego #celtic #celta #spain #spaniard #españa #español
Galicien ist eine der comunidades autónomas in Spanien, die sich sehr von dem unterscheidet, was man sich oft unter Spanien vorstellt. Alles Wichtige über Traditionen, die Landschaft und die Kultur erfährst du in diesem Video! So bist du perfekt vorbereitet für dein Referat über Galicien oder für die nächste Spanischstunde. Hier geht es zu unseren Spanisch-Lehrwerken für die Sekundarstufe I: ¿Qué pasa?: 🤍 Puente al Español nueva edición: 🤍
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After traveling through Galicia for a few days, I would like to share with you my favorite things do in this super green region of Spain. So here is a quick travel guide to Galicia, Spain. *PLACES VISITED* Playa de las Catedrales “Cathedrals beach” Pazo de Galegos Pazo de Oca Pazo de Rubianes Pazo de Fefiñanes Lunch at Pandemonium Dinner Filigrana Hotel Spa Relais & Chateaux A Quinta da Agua This video was produced in collaboration with the Spain tourism board, the Galicia tourism office and The Travel Mob. 🤍 🤍 🤍 STAY CONNECTED HERE/ CONNECTA CON NOSOTROS AQUI Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Google+ : 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Galicia, an autonomous community in Spain’s northwest, is a verdant region with an Atlantic coastline. The cathedral of regional capital Santiago de Compostela is the reputed burial place of the biblical apostle Saint James the Great, and the destination for those following the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. The western cliffs of Cape Finisterre were considered by the Romans to be the end of the known world. Another stunnig place in this video is the beautiful Praia Mar de Fóra beach, the Cascada del Ezaro waterfall or the Beach of Cathedrals - a spectacular example of the raw power of nature! Natural arches, some as high as 30 metres and cave systems have all been formed by the Cantabrian Sea. Enjoy this short edit from Galicia in the north of Spain. For licensing inquiries please contact info(at)dennisschmelz.de. It's not allowed to use any of this footage without licensing - also for non-commercial use. Here you find an overview of the equipment I'm using: 🤍 Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro 2020 & graded in DaVinci Resolve with my custom LUTs: "Prejudice" S-Log3 LUT: 🤍 "Transsiberian Dream" LUT Package: 🤍 Filmed with a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone. Check out my pages: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 © Dennis Schmelz | 2020
Learn Galician with One Minute Languages! In lesson 5 you will learn to say that you’re learning Galician. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson. estou aprendendo galego - I’m learning Galician é bastante difícil - it’s quite difficult estou aprendendo galego, é bastante difícil - I’m learning Galician, it’s quite difficult Don't forget to like and subscribe for more Galician lessons! If you'd like to be able to download all 10 episodes of this video course with no ads and access our handy pdf course booklet, visit our One Minute Languages section at the Coffee Break Academy: 🤍 One Minute Galician is brought to you by Coffee Break Languages. We help language learners around the world maximise their downtime and learn a language quickly and easily. You can learn on your coffee break - or your commute, your visit to the gym or wherever and whenever it suits you. Find out more at 🤍 Join us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍
●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩ENGLISH۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● Os Pinos ("The Pines") is the official anthem of Galicia, in Spain. The lyrics were written by Eduardo Pondal (the two first parts of his poem Queixumes dos pinos, "Lamentations of the Pines") and the music by Pascual Veiga. It was composed in Havana, Cuba, where it was performed for the first time in 1907. It was officially adopted by the Galician authorities in 1977. ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩DV۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● The main channel of DEROVOLK was closed on July 2019. This is the OFFICIAL backup channel. I will keep re-uploading my videos in my free time! Official FB Group: 🤍