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Georgian Notes, Doubts and Tips TAC 2013

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 Message 553 of 758
20 December 2012 at 10:06pm | IP Logged 
I'm still very excited about Tschenkéli's book and less so about ACC. Even so, I think I'm managing to learn quite a bit from both. Tschenkéli repeats the vocabulary so often, but I assume that, when it gets to verbs, everything will get a bit more difficult. As for ACC, I think poetry will be more fun because poems are shorter than those novel excerpts.
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 Message 554 of 758
21 December 2012 at 9:06pm | IP Logged 
Things start to become more and more interesting. Today I read about the declension of adjectives. I never thought I would say this, but I think Tschenkéli would repeat the vocabulary way too often at his examples, thus preventing us from learning more words gradually.

As for ACC, moving on to the last prose author, Sulxan-Saba Orbeliani. The last pages in Chavchavaze were much easier because they consisted of dialogues, always more interesting than long, lost descriptions of landscapes and rooms.
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 Message 555 of 758
28 December 2012 at 5:15pm | IP Logged 
It's been a while since I last updated here. I'm currently at Tschenkéli's lesson 7. I
decided to split it into three parts because 1) I'm getting burnout from reading in
German and 2) I'm dealing with important topics such as extended genitive and double
declination then the older plural, so I better give each of them a day, hoping that when
exercises come I will have figured everything out.

As for ACC, I'm already at the second poetry author.
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 Message 556 of 758
31 December 2012 at 5:50pm | IP Logged 
So, I'm on TAC 2013 together with zechhino . I has written a while ser of goals and tasks but I accidentally hit
the preview button and it was all gone because on and iPad everytime you open a tab it gets reloaded. I'll be
back to it again!
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 Message 557 of 758
01 January 2013 at 5:41pm | IP Logged 
Hi Expugnator!

Good luck with your languages this year. I will be following your log particularly closely for your Georgian journey, and will be going back as far as the Georgian journey goes in this log to read it at some point. Good luck!

Jack
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 Message 558 of 758
02 January 2013 at 12:11am | IP Logged 
Gamarjoba, chemo megobaro! I'm glad we're on two teams together now! I love our little
personal Georgian team. :)

Good luck with all your languages. Tsarmatebebi!
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 Message 559 of 758
02 January 2013 at 12:30am | IP Logged 
Thanks LanguageSponge, that's very nice of yours. I did get to a point when I need tips
on extensive language learning techniques, so any piece of advice is welcome. Don't feel
it as an obligation because officially my Georgian is not tied to Team Mir, but please do
keep a look! (Even this might change if and when the Russian teams get merged, because my
Georgian co-learner is on Russian Team 2).
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 Message 560 of 758
02 January 2013 at 12:32am | IP Logged 
What do you mean, two teams?! =D Have the Russian teams merged?!

In this case we can add our Georgian to the list of languages at Team Mir, then! Even
better!


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