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Mi estas nova kun la lingvo Esperanto

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Mauritz
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 Message 9 of 19
30 October 2012 at 11:46pm | IP Logged 
Bonvenon al Esperantujo! ;) Kiel vi jam scias vi faris iom da eraroj, sed ne multe gravas. Vi estas komencanto kaj oni lernas per siaj eraroj! Plej grave vi probable devas praktiki la akuzativon.

Tamen vi skribis bone por komencanto. Espereble vi ankaŭ senprobleme povas legi kaj kompreni mian respondon :)
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Bbcatcher 08
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 Message 10 of 19
31 October 2012 at 12:09am | IP Logged 
Mi provis al. Sed, mi ne povis.

I am about to do the second chapter, I will learn more grammar, to make more complex
sentences. I have a "Teach Yourself" course, and it seems to be very well written. I am
also thinking about looking at other resources to help reinforce information. Also- is it
true that you can be "fluent" in 6 or so weeks?
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Serpent
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 Message 11 of 19
31 October 2012 at 1:36am | IP Logged 
True, possible with VERY intensive study :) The 6 week challenge is a perfect opportunity to try! :)

BTW I saw the title and got curious: is kun correct here? I'd use je (or perhaps pri), but I also love the idea of je too much and stick it everywhere XD
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Arekkusu
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 Message 12 of 19
31 October 2012 at 1:40am | IP Logged 
Serpent wrote:
True, possible with VERY intensive study :) The 6 week challenge is a
perfect opportunity to try! :)

BTW I saw the title and got curious: is kun correct here? I'd use je (or perhaps pri),
but I also love the idea of je too much and stick it everywhere XD

It's English with Esperanto words. I'd suggest Mi gxus komencis studi esperanton.

Edited by Arekkusu on 31 October 2012 at 1:40am

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Bbcatcher 08
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 Message 13 of 19
31 October 2012 at 2:24am | IP Logged 
Arekkusu wrote:
Serpent wrote:
True, possible with VERY intensive study :) The 6 week
challenge is a
perfect opportunity to try! :)

BTW I saw the title and got curious: is kun correct here? I'd use je (or perhaps pri),
but I also love the idea of je too much and stick it everywhere XD

It's English with Esperanto words. I'd suggest Mi gxus komencis studi esperanton.


Like I said, just completed the first chapter, so I was just using knowledge from that. I
guess I should have waited until I was finished a few more before posting :P

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Arekkusu
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 Message 14 of 19
31 October 2012 at 2:28am | IP Logged 
No, no, we're just having fun trying to improve our Esperanto too! Keep posting!
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Bbcatcher 08
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 Message 15 of 19
31 October 2012 at 2:33am | IP Logged 
I do not think I will be able to learn any new things tomorrow, as I will not be
available, unfortunately. However, perhaps I may just create the flashcards for the next
chapter, and memorize those for when I go to do the translations.
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Bbcatcher 08
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 Message 16 of 19
31 October 2012 at 2:43am | IP Logged 
Also- how can I get practice at speaking the language? I would like to be able to speak
it, but don't know how I'd go about doing it.


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