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I Can Say a Rainbow Too

H GAN SAY A RAINBOW TOoA Red Yellow Pink Green Purple Orange Blue United Kingdom червен (tur-ven) розов (oror-zuf) 3eneH оранжев (oran-jev) жЪлт nunaB син (zhoo-t) (zeh-len) (por-poren) (sin) Bulgaria zelena (zeh-leh-na) narančasta (naran-chasta) plava (pla-va) crvena žuta roza purpurna (poor-poor-na) (ser-veh-na) (zhoo-ta) (oror-za) Croatia červený (cher-veh-ni) žlutý (zhloo-tee) růžový (oru-zhovee) zelený (zeh-leh-nee) modrý (mod-ree) purpurový (poor-poor-ovee) (oran-zhovee) oranžový Czech Republic pink (pink) blå (buh-lo) rød lilla gul (gool) grøn (grren) orange (orran-zher) (rroo) (lee-la) Denmark kollane (koh-la-neh) roheline lilla (lee-la) oranzh sinine punane (pooh-na-neh) roosa (oror-sa) (ro-heh-lee-neh) (oran-ch) (see-nee-neh) Estonia keltainen (kel-tai-nen) vaalean punainen (vah-lee-an pooh-nai-ee-nen) violetti (veo-leh-tee) vihreä punainen (pooh-nai-ee-nen) oranssi sininen (see-nee-nen) (vee-heh-ray-ah) (oran-see) Finland rouge (rroo-zher) jaune (zhoh-n) vert (vair-rrah) violet (view-lay) orange (orran-zher) bleu (bloo) rose (rroh-z) France gelb (gelb) grün (grroo-n) violett blau (blaow) rot orange (orran-zher) rosa (rroh-t) (rroh-za) (veo-let) Germany κόκκινος (koh-kee-noh) KÍTPIVOS (kee-tree-noh) poz (oror-z) πράσινος (brah-see-noh) μωβ (morv) TropTOKadńs (poor-toh-kalee) (ga-lar-zhee-oss) γαλάζιος Greece rózsaszín piros (pee-rosh) sárga (sarr-goh) zöld lila (lee-la) narancssárga (noron-char-goh) kék (oror-zha-seen) (zur-d) (kay-k) Hungary giallo (ja-loh) rosso rosa verde viola arancione azzurro (roh-soh) (oror-za) (vair-de) (vee-oh-lah) (aran-cho-neh) (at-zu-roh) Italy sarkans (sa-ra-kans) dzeltens (zell-tens) zaļš (zal-sh) violets (vee-oh-lets) oranžs (orran-zher) rozā zils (oror-za) (zee-uls) Latvia geltona (gel-tor-nah) rožinė (oror-zhee-neh) violetinis raudonas (roh-dor-nah) žalia (zha-la) oranžinis (veo-leh-tee-neh) (oran-zhee-neh) (meh-lee-nah) mėlyna Lithuania roud (rroh-d) giel (gee-el) gréng (grren) mof (muh-v) rosa blo orange (oran-zher) (ho-za) (bloo) Luxembourg ahmar (ah-har-mar) isfar (is-far) roża (oror-za) aħdar (ah-ha-dar) vjola (vee-oh-lah) oring (oran-cho) blu (bloo) Malta geel (hey-oh) oranje (oran-yeh) rood roze blauw groen (hu-roon) purper (pooh-rah-puru) (rroh-d) (roh-zeh) (blaow) Netherlands czerwony (che-ra-voh-neh) żółty (zhoo-teh) różowy (oroo-zho-veh) zielony (zhe-loh-neh) fioletowy (fio-leh-toh-veh) pomarańczowy (poh-ma-ran -cho-veh) niebieski (nee-bee-eh-ski) Poland amarelo (ah-mah-reh-loh) laranja (lah-ran-zha) vermelho rosa verde roxo azul (verr-my-oh) (ho-sah) (vair-day) (hor-sho) (ah-zool) Portugal galben (gal-ben) violet (vee-oh-let) portocaliu (poor-toh-ca -lee-o0) verde roşu (oroh-shoo) albastru (al-bah-stroo) roz (oror-z) (vair-de) Romania červená žltá (zhool-ta) ružová (roo-zho-va) fialová (fee-ah-loh-va) zelená oranžová (oran-zho-va) modrá (che-reh-veh-na) (zeh-leh-na) (mod-rah) Slovakia rdeča (ah-dee-cha) zelena (zeh-leh-na) vijolična vee-oh-leech-na) oranžna (oran-zhnah) modra (mod-rah) rumena roza (roo-meh-nah) (oror-za) Slovenia rojo (rroh-ho) rosado (roh-sa-doh) verde (vair-de) amarillo morado anaranjado (ana-ran-hadoh) azul (ah-zool) (ah-ma-ree-yo) (mo-rah-doh) Spain gul (gool) grön (groo-un) skär lila blå röd (roo-ud) orange (oran-zh) (roh-sa) (lee-la) (blooa) Sweden Sign Language Braille This infographic is based on the countries of the European Union, and those whereby the mainly used official language is unique. It for this reason that Austria, Belgium, Cyprus and Ireland are not represented. The phonetic translations given are intended for English speakers. These are by no means official, but are instead an alternative to those suggested by the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). It is acknowledged that some variations of these words may exist based on gender pronunciation, and this list should only be used as a starting platform from which to progress your studies. The sign language symbols listed are based on the common British Sign Language (BSL). email@lamRobertShaw.co.uk lamRobertShaw.co.uk @lamRobertShaw

I Can Say a Rainbow Too

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An infographic teaching you how to say a rainbow in every EU country.

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