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Old 02.04.2008, 12:28   #1
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Hello my friends from Armenia.

My name is dAb and I'm from Germany. I am playing with my community a game called Hattrick. It's an online soccer game and in Germany there is a quiz where we can win something.

Today's questions are about Armenia. Maybe you can help us a little bit. It would be very great.


1. In which city this picture was make? http://img510.imageshack.us/img510/4...hnkommtlh4.jpg

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Ւիեվիել Բւծհստաբեն հատտե դաս ւռսպրւենգլիծհե Ալպհաբետ ?

Ւ = U / W
What does this question mean? Could you please translate it?

3. Where is this stadium? In which city? http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/8...hdadionpb0.jpg

4. You know the fruit Prunus armeniaca? In English it's called apricot. In the armenian culture it plays an important rule. We are searching a thing in which manufacturing the apricot is used.

5. On 12th July, 2006 a european team played a football game in Eriwan. We are searching the price of the 2-day-trip for the team in their currency.


Maybe you can help. We were very pleased about that.
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Old 02.04.2008, 13:53   #2
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Default Questions about Armenia

Hello my friends from Armenia.

My name is dAb and I'm from Germany. I am playing with my community a game called Hattrick. It's an online soccer game and in Germany there is a quiz where we can win something.

Today's questions are about Armenia. Maybe you can help us a little bit. It would be very great.


1. In which city this picture was make?

2.
Quote:
Ւիեվիել Բւծհստաբեն հատտե դաս ւռսպրւենգլիծհե Ալպհաբետ ?

Ւ = U / W
What does this question mean? Could you please translate it?

3. Where is this stadium? In which city?

4. You know the fruit Prunus armeniaca? In English it's called apricot. In the armenian culture it plays an important rule. We are searching a thing in which manufacturing the apricot is used.

5. On 12th July, 2006 a european team played a football game in Eriwan. We are searching the price of the 2-day-trip for the team in their currency.


Maybe you can help. We were very pleased about that.
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Old 02.04.2008, 13:55   #3
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I can't post any links to this pictures I want to show you. Maybe someone can give me the permission.
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Old 02.04.2008, 15:38   #4
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Hello and welcome.
You can attach your pictures instead of giving link.

Cheers
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Old 02.04.2008, 15:55   #5
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Ok, thanks. I found the stadium. It is the Kaghakha'yin Marzad'asht in Gyumri.


Here ist the other picture:

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Old 02.04.2008, 16:02   #6
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Hello my friends from Armenia.

My name is dAb and I'm from Germany. I am playing with my community a game called Hattrick. It's an online soccer game and in Germany there is a quiz where we can win something.

Today's questions are about Armenia. Maybe you can help us a little bit. It would be very great.


1. In which city this picture was make?

2.

What does this question mean? Could you please translate it?

3. Where is this stadium? In which city?

4. You know the fruit Prunus armeniaca? In English it's called apricot. In the armenian culture it plays an important rule. We are searching a thing in which manufacturing the apricot is used.

5. On 12th July, 2006 a european team played a football game in Eriwan. We are searching the price of the 2-day-trip for the team in their currency.


Maybe you can help. We were very pleased about that.

dunno about the picture... maybe jermuk?

the quote

Ւիեվիել Բւծհստաբեն հատտե դաս ւռսպրւենգլիծհե Ալպհաբետ ?

Ւ = U / W

in latin alphabet it's sth like
Iieviel Bvtshstaben hatte das lrsprvenglitshe Alphabet?

I= U/W

can recognize the word alphabet only
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Old 02.04.2008, 17:29   #7
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in latin alphabet it's sth like
Iieviel Bvtshstaben hatte das lrsprvenglitshe Alphabet?

Thanks. In English it's:

How many letters had the first alphabet?

I think they mean the Armenian one.
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Could this picture be Tzaghgazor ?
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Google doesn't find any picture from Tzaghgazor. So I think it isn't this city.
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I found this city. It's Sanahin!
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Thanks. In English it's:

How many letters had the first alphabet?

I think they mean the Armenian one.
There are now 39 letters in Armenian alphabet, originally there were 36.
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Old 02.04.2008, 19:54   #12
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Thanks. Do you have any idea what's the meaning of the apricot?
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Do you have any idea what's the meaning of the apricot?
Maybe an armenian apple? the translation from latin
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Apricot - Prunus armeniaca, "Armenian plum" in Latin

Apricot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 02.04.2008, 21:10   #15
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Apricot - Prunus armeniaca, "Armenian plum" in Latin

Apricot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

And what do you do with this?
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