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tarvos
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 Message 665 of 1511
28 April 2013 at 12:38am | IP Logged 
Brezhoneg

Deuet a-benn am eus gant ar trizekvet kentel ha pevar-ugent. An noz-se on e-sell da
studiañ ar pevarzekvet hag ar pempzekvet kentel ha pevar-ugent. Warc'hoazh e vin echuet
gant al levr Assimil emichañs.

Not much else of interest (except that I studied some Hebrew verbs in the past tense
this morning and completed some Anki reviews).

Edited by tarvos on 28 April 2013 at 1:14am

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 Message 666 of 1511
28 April 2013 at 9:22pm | IP Logged 
I have almost (!) completed Le Breton sans peine. I just have the last lesson left to
do (which is an Añjela Duval poem - dear lord how do you translate a poem from French
into Breton...)... and then I can complete that and focus on genuine Breton material
(with a dictionary, or, hopefully audio/video with subtitles...or basically anything at
all. It *is* Breton).

Furthermore there was a Team MIR meeting marred by the most atrocious of technical
issues, but eventually I spoke quite a bit of Swedish and French with Cristina, both of
which went off without a hitch. But then I know I can speak French. I was surprised
that my Swedish was still intact though. But then I'm not slarvigt at all.

edit: and now I am done!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Edited by tarvos on 29 April 2013 at 11:37am

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 Message 667 of 1511
29 April 2013 at 7:25pm | IP Logged 
Congrats on finishing Assimil Breton! I noticed you put Icelandic on your "studies" list. Congrats on that, too! How seriously will you study Icelandic? Just for fun or do you have defined goals?

Anywho, I'm excited there's another person studying this great language on the forum (besides Iversen and daegga) and I hope you enjoy it. And of course I'm curious how you like Colloquial Icelandic.

Lots of success and gangi þér vel!
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 Message 668 of 1511
29 April 2013 at 9:33pm | IP Logged 
Congratulations, man! I learned that completing an Assimil book is not an easy task, let aside for such a "uncommon" language as Breton. \o/
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 Message 669 of 1511
30 April 2013 at 12:36am | IP Logged 
Josquin wrote:
Congrats on finishing Assimil Breton! I noticed you put Icelandic on
your "studies" list. Congrats on that, too! How seriously will you study Icelandic?
Just for fun or do you have defined goals?


Complete the booklet, do some Anki. I don't know, really, I have loved this language
since I was like 15 (and had the chance to travel to Iceland two years ago; best thing
I've ever done). I will see how far I get, it was about time I got round to it. It's
also possible because I don't have to work through Le Breton now. You can call it
dabbling, but eventually...I will finish the book before *I* know it anyway.

Quote:
Anywho, I'm excited there's another person studying this great language on the
forum (besides Iversen and daegga) and I hope you enjoy it. And of course I'm curious
how you like Colloquial Icelandic.

Lots of success and gangi þér vel!


Takk fyrir!
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 Message 670 of 1511
30 April 2013 at 7:58pm | IP Logged 
Hats off to you for finishing another Assimil!

I can’t believe how quick and focussed you are. We can all learn a lot from you about going it alone in language learning.
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 Message 671 of 1511
30 April 2013 at 10:44pm | IP Logged 
Comment j'utilise l'Assimil

Comme il y a beaucoup de monde qui utilisent les ouvrages Assimil, vous voici un
exemple d'un utilisateur! Ici je vous présente mon nouveau cahier que l'on peut voir
ci-dessous:



Alors, vous verrez qu'il s'agit de l'Hébreu ici. Moi, j'utilise l'Assimil pour pas mal
des langues; j'ai fini les ouvrages russe (avec anglais comme langue de base) et
breton, et j'en ai trois autres; l'hébreu, le roumain, et le malgache. Utilisons
l'exemple hébreu.

Ce que je fais d'abord, c'est l'écoute. Normalement j'ecoute les enregistrements
quelques fois, disons trois ou quatre (j'ai pas la force pour les écouter une dizaine
de fois, ça ferait mal). Je suis presque littéralement les instructions; mais ce que je
fais qui est important, c'est que je n'écris pas les leçons eux-mêmes; je note
seulement les réponses (les corrigés sont inclus ici). Pour mémoriser la vocabulaire,
j'utilise soit l'Anki, soit les listes de mots (qui viennent normalement après le leçon
en cas d'utilisation, mais cette-fois ci je n'utilise pas ni l'un ni l'autre, comme
c'est une expériment tentant d'élucider combien de mots je pourrais rappeler sans aucun
outil de souvenir).

Veuillez aussi noter que les réponses à la première exercice sont toujours en français!
Je sais que ça pourrait être deviante mais c'est ainsi que je fonctionne. La langue de
base de cette ouvrage est le français et il n'y a pas de quoi là faire des changements;
ça compliquera seulement les choses! Donc il me faut une bonne maîtrise de français
afin de m'en sortir bien! Heureusement, les premières leçons contiennent rarement des
mots inconnus, même pour moi, un néerlandais.

Normalement on écrit de gauche à droite, mais comme il s'agit du hébreu les réponses en
hébreu s'écrivent de droite à gauche. Pour ceux qui trouvent cette habitude aberrante,
c'est parce que l'hébreu s'écrit comme ça. Il faut s'y habituer.

Notez également que j'écris les réponses en cursive. Je l'ai fait ainsi pour le
russe quand je l'étudiais, et je le ferai également pour des autres langues (y compris
le chinois, le japonais, l'arabe...) Mais comme il s'agit d'un abjad ici (et non un
alphabet!) ça ne me donne pas aucune difficulté.

J'espère que cela vous aide à comprendre mes méthodologiques pour l'apprentissage.



Edited by tarvos on 02 May 2013 at 2:34pm

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 Message 672 of 1511
02 May 2013 at 2:35pm | IP Logged 
זהו סוף העולם, סוף העולם
זה התחיל כשהפסקנו לחלום
כשהפסקנו כבר לקוות.

That is all.

(It's the end of the world, it's the end of the world...)


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