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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by RobElks » 31 Mar 2016 23:13

Aszev wrote:This topic is for requesting lessons or guides that you'd like to see.
I know this one might be a bit weird, but how about a Polynesian language like Rapa Nui or Hawaiian? The Rapa Nui are my favourite ancient culture, and I've been trying to learn their language from Internet-based resources with little luck.

Also, perhaps Japanese.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by GrandPiano » 01 Apr 2016 00:36

RobElks wrote:Also, perhaps Japanese.
Check out these Japanese lessons by clawgrip.
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by RobElks » 01 Apr 2016 12:00

GrandPiano wrote:
RobElks wrote:Also, perhaps Japanese.
Check out these Japanese lessons by clawgrip.
Ok, thanks!

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by kanejam » 20 Apr 2016 00:34

RobElks wrote:I know this one might be a bit weird, but how about a Polynesian language like Rapa Nui or Hawaiian? The Rapa Nui are my favourite ancient culture, and I've been trying to learn their language from Internet-based resources with little luck.
I would definitely follow along any Malayo-Polynesian language lessons. If I had more time I would make some Maori lessons, but I really don't.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by Creyeditor » 20 Apr 2016 11:54

I could make some lessons about either about Standard Indonesian or Papuan Malay.
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by GrandPiano » 20 Apr 2016 13:10

I'd be interested in Indonesian.
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by Shemtov » 06 May 2016 02:40

RobElks wrote:
Aszev wrote:This topic is for requesting lessons or guides that you'd like to see.
I know this one might be a bit weird, but how about a Polynesian language like Rapa Nui or Hawaiian? The Rapa Nui are my favourite ancient culture, and I've been trying to learn their language from Internet-based resources with little luck.

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I'm actually teaching myself Samoan for fun, so in a week or so, I could cobble something together.
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by shimobaatar » 06 May 2016 21:21

Shemtov wrote:What do people think of Yiddish lessons?
I know I'm more than a month late seeing this, but I think learning Yiddish would be cool, especially given what I know of German.

Creyeditor wrote:I could make some lessons about either about Standard Indonesian or Papuan Malay.
Shemtov wrote: I'm actually teaching myself Samoan for fun, so in a week or so, I could cobble something together.
kanejam wrote: I would definitely follow along any Malayo-Polynesian language lessons.
[+1]

In reality, I think I'd be up for almost any kind of lessons, provided they were well-presented.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by GrandPiano » 06 May 2016 22:23

I've been thinking of continuing the Mandarin lessons that I started doing a while back. Is anyone still interested?
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by shimobaatar » 06 May 2016 22:27

GrandPiano wrote:I've been thinking of continuing the Mandarin lessons that I started doing a while back. Is anyone still interested?
Yes. I know I haven't had the time yet to go through and make full use of them, so to speak, yet, but I personally am absolutely still interested.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by Trebor » 24 Jun 2016 20:23

I'd like to request a guide to acquiring a complex system of noun declension as a second-language learner (e.g., Czech, Icelandic) and then receiving guidance on how to create a naturalistic one from scratch (for a conlang).

Also, lessons on the Georgian verb would be awesome.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by Xing » 28 Jul 2016 10:15

Is there any demand for Waku lessons?

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by Shemtov » 29 Jul 2016 23:22

I'm learning both Mandarin and Cantonese, and I'm wondering if people here would be interested in throwing together a comparison of the two 'lects and posting them here?
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by qwed117 » 29 Jul 2016 23:50

Xing wrote:Is there any demand for Waku lessons?
I think I've said before how Waku is one of my favorite conlangs. I would love to see lessons for it.
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by shimobaatar » 29 Jul 2016 23:57

qwed117 wrote:
Xing wrote:Is there any demand for Waku lessons?
I think I've said before how Waku is one of my favorite conlangs. I would love to see lessons for it.
[+1] I haven't seen much of Waku, personally, but what I have seen looks very well made and interesting.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by Shemtov » 16 Sep 2016 18:30

Would anyone be interested in Biblical Hebrew lessons?
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by opipik » 16 Sep 2016 19:57

Shemtov wrote:Would anyone be interested in Biblical Hebrew lessons?
Definitely!

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by shimobaatar » 16 Sep 2016 23:11

opipik wrote:
Shemtov wrote:Would anyone be interested in Biblical Hebrew lessons?
Definitely!
[+1] I'd follow along as well.

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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by OTʜᴇB » 25 Sep 2016 12:19

I think if clawgrip is up for it, we'd all surely love it if he were to make a lesson thread on conscripts to explain what his thought process is and what tricks he uses to get the amazing effects he does.
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Re: Lesson/Guide Requests

Post by clawgrip » 25 Sep 2016 13:43

Thanks. But in fact, I already did. You can check it out here. Actually, I intended to continue beyond where that thread left off, but kind of got distracted by other things.

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