IpseDixit wrote:Why do you need Elementary and Intermidiate Hindi if you give yourself 3 stars in Hindi?
Meera wrote:Wild Card
So still deciding on another language. The nominees are Swedish, Punjabi,Indonesian, Thai, Bengali,Nepali or French.
vijayjohn wrote:I think maybe the titles of those books are pretty misleading.
OldBoring wrote:Only one or more than one allowed?
Then I hope my Elementary Vietnamese (which I've never literally opened) is really elementary.
Meera wrote:Youngfun, I haven't used Elementary Vietnamese but I've heard good things about it.
OldBoring wrote:Meera wrote:Youngfun, I haven't used Elementary Vietnamese but I've heard good things about it.
At least the author is very qualified. He's a PhD and the Director of the Vietnamese Language Program in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University.
vijayjohn wrote:Oh, so it's a Tuttle book!
vijayjohn wrote:Go for it! Do Mandarin! It's a really useful language these days anyway. And it helps with kanji, too! Plus of course I'm doing it. I know I'm not a native speaker or anything, of course, but I have studied Mandarin for quite a few years by now, so I could probably help you with it if you need help with anything.
You could leave Arabic off your TAC if you want but still use this thread to post updates/complaints ( ) about Arabic class.
Meera wrote:And the fact that a lot of people speak it here (well You and Youngfun)
vijayjohn wrote:Meera wrote:And the fact that a lot of people speak it here (well You and Youngfun)
Yeah, there's also a few native speakers who are pretty active on the Chinese forum FWIR (though not so much elsewhere). There are also a few people who never post much. Oh, also ling. And Serafín! And mōdgethanc, razlem, Itikar, and Babelfish all know some Mandarin, too.
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