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tarvos
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 Message 1241 of 1511
24 August 2014 at 1:26pm | IP Logged 
Grazie.
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 Message 1242 of 1511
27 August 2014 at 6:05pm | IP Logged 
Moving on and on through languages, I am studying more Chinese, aided by some things I
remembered from my Korean, and speaking some of my other languages quite regularly. I
still have a dose of Swedish books left to read, so that's on my current to do list.
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 Message 1243 of 1511
30 August 2014 at 5:00pm | IP Logged 
Am făcut un mic exercițiu cu pronunțarea mea în română. Am recitat prologul de Vorbitor
în Numele Morților, tot în română. Puteți să ascultați extractul pe aici:

Prolog Vorbitorului
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tarvos
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 Message 1244 of 1511
01 September 2014 at 2:50pm | IP Logged 
Сегодняшнее достижение: задача «объясни ясно твои политические мысли по-русски»
выполнена.

Может когда-либо и без ошибок (особенно без опечаток), но есть еще к чему стремиться.

Edited by tarvos on 01 September 2014 at 2:51pm

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 Message 1245 of 1511
03 September 2014 at 11:08pm | IP Logged 
Ek het die ganse dag naar Fokofpolisiekar geluister, dit is baie mooi vir my.

Ek het ook baie veel geleer oor die Afrikaanse taal, vir my is dit verstaanbaar maar
hierdie taal kan ek nie net verstaan nie. Ek begryp nie al hierdie woorde nie.

Maar ek kan net se hoe hierdie taal is gemaak, al die veranderinge is baie helder vir my.
Baie dialekte in Nederland het dieselfde veranderinge oorgaan, dit is ook in Afrikaans
gebly en nu het ons Afrikaans gekry. En as jy kom uit Nederland kan jy baie veel begryp,
dit is nie moeilik nie. Ek het maklik met hierdie taal. Dus kan ek ook Fokofpolisiekar
begryp, en daarom is ek baie bly.
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 Message 1246 of 1511
03 September 2014 at 11:31pm | IP Logged 
I know this band! Always smiled at the name. Are they still playing?
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 Message 1247 of 1511
04 September 2014 at 10:38am | IP Logged 
Not as far as I know. But I don't know much.
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 Message 1248 of 1511
07 September 2014 at 2:38pm | IP Logged 
Because today is my birthday, I got some nice presents, but the most important one is
the first installment of Heisig's Remembering the Simplified Hanzi. For me as a future
Chinese learner this is what I will use when tackling the characters.

Apart from that I've been binging on Finnish music, mostly rock music in the vein of
old favourites (Sentenced, Amorphis). I've come to the realization that should I have
tried to learn Finnish in the time where that type of music spoke more to me than it
does now, I would probably have been pretty good at it. I would still like to throw
myself into Finnish one day properly, but I'm already starting to feel the limits of
so many languages and I wonder if I will ever get really good at Finnish (I might if I
work up the same love for the language that I have for Romanian or Russian for
example). When I was in Sweden I bought a phrasebook for Finnish, which means that I
have almost all major European language covered, except Polish, Czech and Italian, and
the other two major Scandinavian languages (but since I understand them in written
form and a fair amount of Norwegian in its spoken form, I'm not too fussed). (There is
also Ukrainian but that doesn't really interest me as a language).

I also put Afrikaans at basic fluency, although it's cheating, because I can read all
Afrikaans material in its original form and understand it partially due to its mutual
intelligibility with Dutch, and I have now made a note of the main differences in
Afrikaans spelling and orthography, as well as the grammar. I would still need a few
months to perfect my speaking Afrikaans, but considering its proximity, it would not
take long and the fact I can throw in Dutch as needed also helps.


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