This quiz took quite the research to complete, but it was some great nostalgia to visit these languages again. I had to put a limit to the number of dialects and languages I featured in this quiz, for once you reach the less common tongues the information avaliable on them begins to diminish. Between languages with little to no information easily avaliable, and languages that Wikipedia claims has a 'various' number of speakers, it became virtually impossible to be comprehensive and fair without dedicating my life to this.
I hope that the grammar is more fair than the Slavic languages, on my comparison 'board'. I studied a couple Indo-Aryan languages, and what stood out to me was the grammatical cases that attach themselves to the end of nouns (ladka ko, meaning something along the lines of to the boy to agree with the verb in the sentence). I tried to replicate how people spell the words in English too, rather than Mailē mērō sāthīlā'ī... etc.
Also, sadly I could not include any languages with Arabic script in the comparison section. Arabic to Latin Alphabet transliteration proved very difficult due to the former being an abjad. The Urdu is probably very close to the Hindi sentence (which is already influenced by Persian through words like kitab, or dost but unfortunately we lost Sindhi :(
I love the quiz though :)
I'm glad you enjoyed the quiz, I had loads of fun putting this together. Made me relive the days of learning a couple of these. Thanks for playing :)
Great Quiz! Easily nommed. Dravidian Languages coming next?