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1.5 years of study with little qualitative result

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Re: 1.5 years of study with little qualitative result

Postby Teddoman » 25 May 2012, 16:33

Feiren wrote:In fact, the basic structure of the language, its pronunciation, and its completely alien usage for European language speakers makes it really difficult.

Yes, though isn't that really just any foreign language? I'm pretty sure you would encounter most of these problems in everything from Inuit to Swahili.
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Re: 1.5 years of study with little qualitative result

Postby ehophi » 26 May 2012, 08:01

If your final goal, kelake, is to communicate with other adults for day-to-day affairs, does the content of these lessons that you're taking really relate to that?
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