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atamagaii
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 Message 401 of 489
31 December 2007 at 10:57am | IP Logged 
Examples of unabridged authentic literary texts for zero beginners. I prepared them for speakers of Polish.

German-Polish:
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\AndersenD-linchen (t_ int).7z
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\GrimmFROSCH (t_inter).7z

French-Polish:
Le petit p. by Saint-Ex.
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\LppF-Pd-TrGr.7z


And here's a little something for adventurous minds:
English-Spanish:
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\RB-AH PofPhil.7z
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\Wilde - AH The Picture of Dorian Gray.7z
German-Polish:
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\Kafka-NP_Proces.7z


Edited by atamagaii on 31 December 2007 at 11:22am

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Child of Rome
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 Message 402 of 489
31 December 2007 at 11:18am | IP Logged 
atamagaii wrote:
Parallel texts of 1984 by Orwell.
English-Russian, English-French, English-Spanish.

www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\1984A-R.7z
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\1984A-F.7z
www.stultorum.pochta.ru\aaaa\1984A-H.7z

The Spanish text needs proofreading. Any volunteers out there?

If you happen to have any e-texts (Japanese???) of the novel, let me know, I'll make them parallel.

Posted and
animam meam salvavi.



You wouldn't happen to have an English/German 1984? I adore the book and I have the German audio book.
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atamagaii
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 Message 403 of 489
31 December 2007 at 11:24am | IP Logged 
To Child of Rome

Why don't you make it yourself? You can't count on others all the time.
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MRoss
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 Message 404 of 489
03 January 2008 at 1:35pm | IP Logged 
atamagaii wrote:
To Child of Rome

Why don't you make it yourself? You can't count on others all the time.


To atamagaii

Why spend time making it yourself when someone else might already have a copy and all it takes to get it is to ask?

The problem with making it yourself is, you don't know the language. So you don't know if what you're making is accurate or not. A prudent person tries to find ways to maximize their efforts. Asking for something which already exists is such a way.

If you're wanting audio's done of existing writing - say long articles or whatnot - as well as trying the network of people here, remember the freelance websites like elance.com will help you find someone to do a reading. You provide the text and they'll read it for you.
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Wings
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 Message 405 of 489
04 January 2008 at 5:36am | IP Logged 
I can’t access any of the file extensions to access all of your books. Does anyone know offhand what program I need to download to read the above files?
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Zorndyke
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 Message 406 of 489
04 January 2008 at 5:44am | IP Logged 
WinRAR should suffice for the archives and MS Word for the .doc files, actually...
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matematikniels
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 Message 407 of 489
04 January 2008 at 6:14pm | IP Logged 
Zorndyke wrote:
WinRAR should suffice for the archives


or open source 7z
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Wings
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 Message 408 of 489
05 January 2008 at 6:52am | IP Logged 
thanks so much. i was able to download winrar and acsess everthing, and i have to say i'm impressed with the work that has gone into these parallel texts.


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