Sydney - Polyglot Ağı

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  • mogsta profile picture mogstaAugust 2012
    Did you figure it out Rebecca? How are you learning Russian? And what are your reasons? I'm learning Russian too through Macquarie Uni.
Aarnikotka profile picture AarnikotkaApril 2012
Hi everyone! I'm Aarni from the Blue Mountains, and I am learning Finnish and German. anyone who would be able to talk with me in these languages I would love to hear from.
userpmh profile picture userpmhFebruary 2012
Hello, I am Hai. I am from Vietnam and i can teach Vietnamese. I are practising English ! Skype user: userpmh
skyblue38 profile picture skyblue38December 2011
Hello Yana
Michael from sydney
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YS711 profile picture YS711May 2011

Hi! My name is Yana. I want to find friends to communicate and improve the colloquial English.   

neil_nachum profile picture neil_nachumMay 2011

When I was a teenager living in New York City I met the Australian Ambassador to the United Naition, Ralph Harry (3 years in the late 1970s'). He was a life long advocate (as somebody who learned to fluency French and German) that everybody needs to be literate in two languages. In the United States we are consistently monolingual. Isn't that true in most English speaking countries, not counting immigrants, which might be 10 percent of the population? So he proposed that people learn the easy second language Esperanto. He cofounded an office across the street from the United Nations and Esperanto, five times easier than English or French (to speak, read and write)  is in a revival with the advent of the computer. Several thousand Esperanto speakers are active on Facebook and Ipernity social networking sites. Thousands more meet annually at several large conferences (Universala Kongreso) attracting people from 70 countries. Ralph Harry and I are certain that it is easier to become trilingual by learning Esperanto first and then a language like Spanish, French or Portuguese  or even Hebrew, very different than European languages. You will find langauge lovers within the Esperanto community and we generally speak 3 or 4 languages. Self-study is free  at lernu.net  Sincerely Neil Blonstein, New York