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Re: TAC 2019 - Vijay

Posted: 2019-09-12, 14:42
by voron
Everything dies. :whistle:

Re: TAC 2019 - Vijay

Posted: 2019-09-17, 4:51
by vijayjohn
But they can also be revived!

Started learning a bit of Kannada, Tulu, and Telugu recently

Re: TAC 2019 - Vijay

Posted: 2019-10-14, 8:25
by vijayjohn
Finally moved on to Krio, so updating the list:
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Re: TAC 2019 - Vijay

Posted: 2019-10-23, 14:49
by vijayjohn
I think I'm getting ready to move on to Swahili. In the meantime, I've been learning some Xhosa, Zulu, Ancient Greek, Modern Greek...and Bulgarian. And probably also some Tamil, Tulu, Telugu, and Kannada, not to mention new words in Malayalam and Mandarin Chinese.

I also attempted to translate a few blog posts about modern Sino-American relations (a.k.a. the trade war...) from Mandarin Chinese. My dad was happy with my translations, and we've started toying with the idea of me posting them on a blog of my own. If I can do that, maybe I can post my attempts to translate other things in other languages, too.

Re: TAC 2019 - Vijay

Posted: 2019-10-27, 3:25
by vijayjohn
Yeah, so I did move on to Swahili. :P

Re: TAC 2019 - Vijay

Posted: 2020-01-01, 5:17
by vijayjohn
I also moved on from there to Hindi.

Anyway, this TAC ended in failure. Again. This time not because I got trapped in the Portuguese forum or even because of study groups but I think rather because I've been busy with the process of trying to get a new job and moving abroad.

It's become such a catch-22. I don't have much time to study languages when I have a job, but now that I don't, I've been using UniLang for it even less. First, I had to do whatever I could to try to get a job. Now that I've been hired for a new job, I have to prepare to move to a new country to start it. :shock:

I think probably the main reason why I haven't been studying languages much on UniLang is because I felt guilty about having so many language books and never reading them, though. :P So I've been trying to read as many of them as I can.