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Lur wrote:vijayjohn wrote:Join our Icelandic study group then! Or maybe teach me Basque?
You can't trust my tiny Basque but I'm totally looking for resources to maybe study it again.
księżycowy wrote:I'm becoming distracted by Chinese and Korean....
linguoboy wrote:Kalaw Lagaw Ya.
voron wrote:I am in Antalya again, and hearing German all around makes me wanderlust for German.
If I ever decide to learn another European language, that will be German for sure.
And if I decide to permanently stay in Antalya and quit my boring programming job (which does cross my mind from time to time), Turkish+English+Russian+Arabic+German will be a killing combo for working in the tourism sector. I'll literally be everyone's babelfish.
Yasna wrote:Italian. WHY??!!!!
kevin wrote:Not being accepted because you're not Gaelic enough is just one of the unhelpful things I mentioned that happen in the Irish language community.
Widukind wrote:I have a burning desire to learn a Northern Tungustic language. I have no idea why. Maybe, deep down, I want to live in Siberia. I see no reason to not learn one.
Chukchi (or another language of that family) seems attractive, too.
Iván wrote:I feel like learning a new language, but then again I should be focusing on the ones I already speak...
Car wrote:Why not a bit of both? Book learning at home and the material world outside you?
Ser wrote:Car wrote:Why not a bit of both? Book learning at home and the material world outside you?
I posted that at about 3 AM if I remember correctly. New ideas always seem quite good to me at 3 AM.
Yeah, you're right, I should probably do a bit of both. Thanks for your comment.
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