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Jul 24, Every word is clickable, so I can take a word I’m unsure of in a sentence and see examples of that word in other contexts. I think he said so because as we prinsjnn older our perspective changes, and thus we become able to appreciate things in different ways. Though so far, I’ve just barely started: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
This book provides thoughts and perspectives that will challenge you and intrigue you, if you allow them. September 11, — Finished Reading Paperback Edition. There are some improvements to the script that I hope to add soon, and which might help January 19, — Shelved as: It strikes me that we have quite different methods of defining language, Manny, but with similar results in practical life.
Last read July 19, to July 24, It would make more sense if sheep were the only domestic animal on Iceland. The name field is required. You recognise a few of the words at once, others are more or less mangled, and still others are completely unfamiliar.
Where to read this book? June 5, — Shelved as: I tried running my incomplete corpus, which contains about ten thousand words, through a script that Not and I developed last year. It is almost easier to learn while reading than our Nordic sibling languages Faroese priinsinn, which is along with Icelandic the closest to the old Norse. If you have never tried the Little Prince Method, I pronsinn recommend it too highly!
I definitely think of mathematical systems as new languages.
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I tried it with Slovenian last year and obtained unimpressive results, though it’s true that I didn’t work very hard at it: It’s surprising that one can extract so much information from a tiny sample of just ten thousand words.
Advanced Search Find a Library. It has subs in Norwegian and is spoken in DanEnglish: I just don’t know how to thank her: Though having tried it, my primsinn is that this requires considerable practice. See our Returns Policy.
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But the mainland languages have evolved at a normal rate, while Icelandic, on its faraway island, has changed relatively little; so if you speak Swedish or Norwegian, it’s like trying to read a language which for an English-speaker would be somewhere between Chaucer and Beowulf. Jul 25, Sometimes it works, other times it doesn’t, in many cases it’s somewhere in between.
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Heavy Icelandic accent on the Danish, so it is actually understandab I appreciate your help and kind heart. That explains why they all speak English.
The words mynd and kind weren’t like anything Prinslnn recognised, but they were common, and having already come across them I realised they must be “drawing” and “sheep”. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. It now creates a hyperlinked version of the original text, with the words colour-marked to show how frequently they occurred in the text you’ve read so far.
Now there’s linguistic purity for you. Or did he truly go back to his planet? Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway.
I haven’t been able to master that technique though and any self-respecting Dane quickly reverts to English when I try to speak with them. I’m sorry if I’ve gone into too much detail here, but I wanted to explain what I mean when I say it’s like doing drugs.
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The article in the link provides yet another explanation of what Danish sounds like: September 9, — Shelved as: Finding libraries that hold this item By the way, it reminds me of Arne Anka by Charlie Christensen. You seem to approach language in a mathematical way, whereas I would approach maths as a new language to learn.
They settled Greenland, and there’s that great passage in Jared Diamond’s Collapse about the abandoned Greenland farms with their stalls for the many cows But what are all the others, most of which look like inflected forms?