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 Message 321 of 439
22 October 2013 at 2:38pm | IP Logged 
It will not get in the way of your Dutch except timewise. Your Dutch is not that bad.
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 Message 322 of 439
23 October 2013 at 3:57pm | IP Logged 
Salut mes amis!

Hier je suis allé au rencontre de CouchSurfing et c'était super!!! J'ai connu beaucoup d'étrangers, et tous étaient très sympathiques et gentils!
Il y avait un couple slovène, qui voyageaient autour de l'Amérique du Sud. C'est très rare de trouver des slovènes ici, et j'ai parlé beaucoup avec eux.

En plus, j'ai pratiqué aussi mon holandais, l'anglais (bien sûr) et l'espagnol. Je voulais parler en français avec les français qui étaient là, mais ils voulaient pratiquer le portugais, et il y avait brésiliens avec nous qui ne parlaient pas le français, donc je n'ai pas reussi.

De toute façon, en général c'était supeeeer!
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 Message 323 of 439
24 October 2013 at 2:50pm | IP Logged 
Guys, to tell you all the truth, the specific point that I told 2 posts ago is making me very disappointed. and wanting to give up on Arabic...

Egyptians are reaaaally rare here in Brazil, so practicing and making local friends is not a real option, and not being able to chat with people even on he internet (because of what I said up there), which is basically the point of learning languages, makes this kind of pointless for me.

I guess I should have chosen another language for the #Add1Challenge...
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 Message 324 of 439
24 October 2013 at 3:16pm | IP Logged 
So it's a challenge, be clever and find a solution ;)
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 Message 325 of 439
24 October 2013 at 6:57pm | IP Logged 
tarvos wrote:
So it's a challenge, be clever and find a solution ;)


I don't think it'll be worth it, so maybe the best solution is leaving it =)
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 Message 326 of 439
30 October 2013 at 5:38pm | IP Logged 
So, I followed my heart and left Egyptian Arabic. I believe it's for the best, and now I'll be able to focus on French and Dutch (and maybe some Russian) until December!

Next year, I want to start with German! It's the next "big thing" on my list, and I'll be devoting a lot of time for it in 2014, at least I plan to.

A parte questo, ieri sono andato al meeting, come sempre. Non c'era tanta gente, ma ho parlato con alcuni stranieri: un belga, un malese, un francese, una canadese, ecc. Putroppo parlavamo quasi sempre in inglese, ma ho parlato un po anche in francese e Italiano. Questo ragazzo francese ha raccontato che ha vissuto qualche anno in Cina, e poi ha studiato in Giappone. Lui parla il cinese mandarino, il giapponese, il francese, lo spagnolo, il portoghese, l'inglese e credo che anche un po di tedesco. Veramente un mito!
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 Message 327 of 439
30 October 2013 at 7:18pm | IP Logged 
Make it two! I also want to (re)start German next year, and this time I really want to
bring it up to basic reading proficiency. If my German gets as good as my Norwegian
currently is, I will surely let go all the frustration of not advancing on it as fast as
I thought during my first attempt. It will be easier for you to, because you'll know
Dutch, so I think we both can focus on aggressive approaches, that is, try to practice
reading and talking right from the beginning.
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 Message 328 of 439
31 October 2013 at 9:27pm | IP Logged 
fabriciocarraro wrote:
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A parte questo, ieri sono andato al meeting, come sempre. Non c'era tanta gente, ma ho parlato con alcuni stranieri: un belga, un malese, un francese, una canadese, ecc. Putroppo parlavamo quasi sempre in inglese, ma ho parlato un po anche in francese e Italiano. Questo ragazzo francese ha raccontato che ha vissuto qualche anno in Cina, e poi ha studiato in Giappone. Lui parla il cinese mandarino, il giapponese, il francese, lo spagnolo, il portoghese, l'inglese e credo che anche un po di tedesco. Veramente un mito!


Grande, Fabricio!

Il tuo post in Italiano è pressoché perfetto.

Tre piccoli appunti:
parlavamo = abbiamo parlato (è successo una volta sola, per un incontro, anche se magari è durato ore)
po = po’
e credo che anche un po = e credo anche un po’



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