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Mi ĵus remalkovris kurson kiun mi verkis antaŭ la IJK en Kyiv. Ĝi instruas la cirilan alfabeton por la ukraina lingvo tiel, ke Esperantistoj povos poste legi afiŝojn, menuon de picejo, stratindikojn kaj similajn aferojn. Jen ĝi:
The Polyglot Gathering 2015 just ended and I again had a lot of fun organizing it. If you attended the event, here's a fun non-authoritative checklist I created in order to figure out whether you fully experienced the event ;-) Check off what you did.
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Progress since January this year
5 / 30 Foreign books read, i. e. excl. German + English
30 / 50 Foreign texts written
490 / 750 Total hours of lang. study
(This is manually updated, so not always up to date)
What I found particularly motivating was to see people who are way better than me. Sometimes I get discouraged: at 13 languages (admittedly some of them quite weak), is it really possible to go much further? Can I hope to bring more of them to fluency? Read more...
I just completed the Hebrew Add1Challenge - I have now studied Hebrew for 90 days (plus a few days non-intensively outside the challenge) and 85 hours total. I think my results are quite good, for having started from scratch. Watch them here.
I also write about everything I took away from this challenge, everything I learned about how to learn languages. Doing this intensely really helped me notice some things.
2014 was a very successful year for me. Here's the big summary, including how many hours I spent on which languages, how many books I read, and all my biggest successes of the year.
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