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ellenkeyne

ellenkeyne

Data di iscrizione
2016-08-01
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eng

inglese

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spa

spagnolo

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(Mexican) Spanish was the first language I studied, starting when I was eight or nine.

deu

tedesco

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German is the language of my heritage (on both sides), and I started learning it at age eleven.

swe

svedese

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Swedish was my third foreign language. I learned it for someone I had a crush on in college, and picked it up again recently.

lat

latino

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I studied Latin for a couple of years along with my children, and did well enough to ace a national Latin exam.

fra

francese

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French was near the top of my "languages to learn" list from childhood, but I started it seriously only a couple of years ago.

por

portoghese

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A family member is from Brazil; I can now understand a great deal of the Brazilian Portuguese I read and a reasonable amount of what I hear.

ita

italiano

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I didn't have strong interest in Italian until recently, but as my fifth Latin-derived language (after Spanish, Latin itself, French, and Brazilian Portuguese) it's a breeze to learn.

jpn

giapponese

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I've tackled Japanese more than once but never gotten very far. Kana are my Achilles' heel (never mind kanji!).

cym

gallese

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I began studying Welsh in college and picked it up again recently.

epo

esperanto

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I picked up Esperanto just for grins, but have yet to complete a basic text or Duolingo tree.

nld

olandese

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I've been moderately interested in Dutch since childhood, and had two or three opportunities to pick it up, but lacked the time or passion to seriously pursue it.

rus

russo

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I started Russian on a lark -- partly because my languages are so heavily weighted toward Germanic and Romance -- but I have a tough time reading Cyrillic and I don't seem to have the enthusiasm to overcome it.

ell

greco

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Greek is my new enthusiasm. I studied Greek roots extensively in high school, but now I'd like to learn some grammar and be able to read some written Greek -- whether modern or classical, I don't much care!

sjn

sindarin

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My real love of languages and linguistics traces to my first encounter with J.R.R. Tolkien at age thirteen. I own a Sindarin text or two, and wish there were enough material to learn the language for real.

qya

quenya

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I know the longest available text in Quenya by heart. I wish the corpus were larger, but I do keep track of the Neo-Quenya constructors' attempts to make more. :)

heb

ebraico

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I once started a class in Siddur Hebrew for a Jewish ex, but didn't get far. I'd still like to be able to read a little Hebrew someday, so every few years I poke at it again.