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sapedro
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Portugal
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Speaks: Portuguese*, English, French
Studies: Croatian, Serbian, Greek

 
 Message 1 of 70
29 January 2009 at 4:11am | IP Logged 
OK I have been learning Croatian (and with it also Serbian and Bosnian, obviously) for some time.

Well I organize very well my time, so I have time all weekdays after lunch here at my job to learn it.

Teach Yourself, Colloquial, Introduction to the Croatian and Serbian language all done. Some time ago, yes. And I will repeat them anyway.

But now I'm doing Ronelle Alexander's "Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian - A Textbook with Exercises and Basic Grammar" along with "A Grammar with Sociolinguistic Commentary" from the same author.

And from now on I will tell you about it every day :)


Edited by sapedro on 29 January 2009 at 4:12am

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sapedro
Triglot
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 Message 2 of 70
30 January 2009 at 3:34am | IP Logged 
This book has some parts in each unit.

Right now I am in unit 4. A2 is done, as well as the grammar paragraphs that are linked there.

By now apart from one or another word I haven't learned anything new with this book. But this one is very good I can tell you.

The book has for each unit A1, A2, etc. with texts and grammar. It features some drills when you must do some changes in the texts with words and of course the grammatical changes. B stands por exercises and C for homework.

I love this language :)

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polikaru
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 Message 3 of 70
30 January 2009 at 11:48am | IP Logged 
Ah nice log. Good luck:)
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sapedro
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 Message 4 of 70
03 February 2009 at 4:22am | IP Logged 
Yesterday A3 and A4 of Unit 4 were completed. Some of the B part is also done.
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sapedro
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 Message 5 of 70
04 February 2009 at 3:57am | IP Logged 
Rest of part B and part C are done.
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sapedro
Triglot
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 Message 6 of 70
06 February 2009 at 4:50am | IP Logged 
Yesterday I studied the Geographical text at the end of Unit 4. I also studied the uncovered grammar points in grammar's Unit 4 and started Unit 5, although I only did the text A1 and the drills related to it.
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Eduard
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Studies: Portuguese

 
 Message 7 of 70
07 February 2009 at 1:29pm | IP Logged 
Hi! I am just wondering why you still are doing excercises after having finished all those course books. Last semester, we did TY Croatian in class, and now we've moved on to translating to and from BCMS. Provided you have someone who can properly judge and check your translations, this really is a valuable way of improving your language. Besides, you can choose texts that interest you also for other reasons, thus actually having the advantage of learning something from the content.

How is your fluency at the moment? Written/spoken-wise and all that...
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sapedro
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 Message 8 of 70
09 February 2009 at 4:37am | IP Logged 
Unit 5 - grammar of A1 and A2 text done this last Friday.

In fact I usually don't have anyone to talk to, but if I have the chance I never miss it, like when I met one Bosnian girl about one year ago in Lisbon.

My fluency ? I don't know maybe B1...but maybe if you send me your MSN in private we can speak in BCS there... :)


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