Episcopus wrote:And how many other languages are you planning to take, Keesa?
No offence but I doubt very much that you do all, or even a small fraction, of the languages that you plan to study. That's to say you'll never become strong in so many languages.
klewlis wrote:(and Keesa, surely you have seen Prince of Egypt, no? If so, you have heard hebrew spoken and sung).
i would like to learn sanskrit. after acomplishing that and latin, i would know the three "holy" (in the eyes of their speakers and worshippers) languages!
Thanks, but I have several French grammars. (Thank you, outlet book stores!) I was looking for a good German grammar that doesn't cost $40 for a paperback, and haven't been able to find any in PDF form on the web.
mingshey wrote:Welcome, Homeless!
Many living languages that sells have their institutions and copyrighted materials that're mass produced and relatively cheap. Who would feel the need to open a web site to hand out free materials?
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