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Ian James Parsley, en sia blogejo, jam traktis sekvajn lingvojn:  Esperanto, Middle English, Gothic, Vulgar Latin kaj Itala. Li intencas daŭrigi per: Franca, Hispana kaj Portugala

Bonvolu viziti lian blogejon, ĉu vi ŝatas kulturiĝi pri idiomoj.

(Lingvovojo)

Ian James Parsley

This list of vocabulary items proved popular among a number of correspondents.

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So I intend to run a trial series on Fridays on how best to learn other Western European languages – please participate (and correct me where appropriate)!

The idea is to give an absolutely basic grounding, from which you can develop knowledge in the ways I have suggested in the past. Remember, motivation is essential!

Here is one absolute essential: the trick to speaking a language is not to know everything, but to get around what you do not know. That is what this is about!

Phonology

To speak any language, you will of course need to know how it is pronounced. You need only the basics to start with – most consonants are pronounced the same way in any language, so you will need to know the vowels, probably the diphthongs (two vowels pronounced together), and…

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