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Budz
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 Message 9 of 17
06 March 2009 at 12:43pm | IP Logged 
There's also 'Georgian Language, Intensive course, I' by M.Nikolaishvili, published in Tbilisi. It comes with three cd's.

Looks like a pretty good course. Grammar explanations, reading passages, excellent.
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Torbyrne
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 Message 10 of 17
02 April 2009 at 11:32pm | IP Logged 
There is a great online course with the University of Malmo in Sweden. It is free to sign up and the materials and teacher are great.

Level 1: http://www.edu.mah.se/IM202E/

Level 2: http://www.edu.mah.se/IM205E/
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 Message 11 of 17
03 April 2009 at 2:20am | IP Logged 
Hey Torbyrne,

I've replied to your message over on youtube, but I wanted to say again that I appreciate you letting us know about this Georgian resource. I will definitely look into it. Thanks again my friend.

Moses McCormick







Torbyrne wrote:
There is a great online course with the University of Malmo in Sweden. It is free to sign up and the materials and teacher are great.

Level 1: http://www.edu.mah.se/IM202E/

Level 2: http://www.edu.mah.se/IM205E/

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sosvano
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 Message 12 of 17
09 January 2010 at 6:38pm | IP Logged 
I am native Georgian I am glad if you study Georgian language . I live in Tbilisi .
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Ellsworth
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 Message 13 of 17
18 April 2012 at 10:25pm | IP Logged 
Are there any reliable ways to check a verb conjugation? According to the Wikipedia page,
"Even after studying over hundreds of verbs, one may still encounter a new verb whose
conjugation deviates from what the person has learnt." I can't find any dictionaries that
include verb conjugation for Georgian other than the "Essentials of Georgian Grammar"
with 250 verbs tables.
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TixhiiDon
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 Message 14 of 17
19 April 2012 at 1:30am | IP Logged 
Donald Rayfield's Comprehensive Georgian-English dictionary gives the present, future,
and when irregular the aorist and present perfect, for each verb. It's not cheap, but
it's a fantastic dictionary and the only one of its kind.

A German textbook, Lehrbuch der Georgischen Sprache, has similar verb lists to
"Essentials of Georgian Grammar", but only for a few common verbs.

I guess you could pick up other obscure conjugations from reading native materials:
literature, newspapers, websites, blogs. Unless you're at an extremely high level,
though, I think mistakes with verbs are par for the course and unavoidable with Georgian.
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Ellsworth
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 Message 15 of 17
19 April 2012 at 3:08am | IP Logged 
Donald Rayfield's dictionary appears unavailable for any cost online right now, but I
just discovered it in the reference section at my library! Thanks for the help.

Edited by Ellsworth on 19 April 2012 at 3:10am

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 Message 16 of 17
10 August 2012 at 12:54pm | IP Logged 
Has anyone been to chat.ge in the past two years? The site seems to be absolutely inactive...


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