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 Message 113 of 758
15 March 2012 at 5:52pm | IP Logged 
Sorry if I didn't reply earlier, I was expecting to reply once I'd write my remarks on the lessons, but on tuesday I had no questions and yday I couldn't study =| And then your post remained unanswered, zecchino1991.

Those books are easy to find, just google for them. If not, I'll tell you later. Most (if not all) are out of print so there's not really an option.
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 Message 114 of 758
15 March 2012 at 6:38pm | IP Logged 
Is there a way we can evaluate our level? I think i'm moving into A2, but not sure. My vocabulary is too limited.

Tixhiidon, which level do you think you are now? B2 moving into C1?

I do want to reach somewhere, to be able to use the language. I think it will come as naturally if I keep working, even though I'm not learning many daily useful words right now.
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 Message 115 of 758
16 March 2012 at 12:12am | IP Logged 
I'm nowhere near C1, sadly. I would say I was solidly B1 in all areas, and in some areas
close to B2. My speaking is still quite poor, my listening slightly better. My reading
is probably closest to B2 because that's what I do most, and my writing is not too bad
either. I had to write a short story based on some pictures for my Georgian class a
couple of weeks ago and I was surprised and pleased at how easily fairly complicated
sentences came to me.
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 Message 116 of 758
16 March 2012 at 10:02pm | IP Logged 
Finally after 3 days I could study Georgian again. I still have to read Aronson's lesson 05 and decide which other book I'd use. I can only use the Russian books at home, because the OCR software is there. I OCR the pages and paste the Russian text at Google, then I get an accurate translation. I think I can read first lessons rather quickly in those books. The new content will be mainly vocabulary.

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ჩვენ გზა აგვებნა.     We got lost.

Does the sentence mean "We lost the way?"

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Overall, what's the difference between conditional, conjunctive and optative? I know the difference between conditional and conjunctive and I have an idea of when to use the optative from Kiziria's book, but I don't know exactly what the optative means.

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 Message 117 of 758
17 March 2012 at 4:27pm | IP Logged 
How would I say "I want to visit Georgia one day"?
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 Message 118 of 758
18 March 2012 at 11:27pm | IP Logged 
Quote:
ჩვენ გზა აგვებნა.     We got lost.

Does the sentence mean "We lost the way?"


Yeah it does, but literally it sounds more like "we mixed up the way".

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How would I say "I want to visit Georgia one day"?


მინდა ერთ დღესაც საქართველოს ვესტუმრო.
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 Message 119 of 758
19 March 2012 at 6:40pm | IP Logged 



Could someone help me locate the audio for lesson #1 of SF 200 Hour Familiarization

Course: Georgian? I bought it on Ebay, but found the audio for that one lesson missing.

I like having complete courses! Thank you!
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 Message 120 of 758
19 March 2012 at 8:18pm | IP Logged 
I don't have any of these audios and I have never seen them online, unfortunately.


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