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American Translators Association member. Specializes in translating of
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I am wanting to learn Creole
so I am volunteering to do what I can. I am going to Haiti next July so I
need to learn as fast as possible. Your site is really cool. I didnt think
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I'm dating a Jamaican guy but his famil speaks patois. Can you PLEASE help
me find where or how to learn the language?
am looking for resources on learning Creole as spoken in Haiti. I went to
one link on your page and the link said that the only language spoken in
Haiti was French. The official language of Haiti is Creole. French is
but it is not the official language. Are you aware of any resources on
this version of Creole?
am looking for a comprehensive program to learn Cantonese while I commute
in the car listening to audio cassette tapes. Something similiar to the
Pimsleur would work, but what I have found so far only has 5 tapes and
offers only a
very limited vocabulary. (I have a 4 tape set I bought 2 or 3 years ago
which worked well for what it offered, but did not give me nearly enough
vocabulary to really function within the language)
was looking for the nguni (zulu) language as I am going to South Africa to
work with these people.
Any help would be great.
I really am in need of a Korean to English translator program. I need it
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would like to learn Arabic through Russian. Can you help me? Thanks!
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am looking for a program I can download on the web to teach me Hebrew
am learning Slovak because my girlfriend (hopefully soon fiancee) is
Slovak. I have progressed passed "beginners" but now I notice
that there are hardly any courses available. Have you all seen
anything available for intermediate/advanced? Problem 2: In my
language learning, I can sit down and memorize 200 words in 30-40 minutes.
I can even retain this for a week, a month, whatever, as long as I flip
the flashcards with regular practice. But when it comes to actually
using these words in conversation, I don't have good recall. Is there a
different approach to the one I am taking? Problem 3: As I am a
Byzantine Catholic, Ruthenian Jurisdiction, I would like to learn
Ruthenian after I complete my Slovak. Ruthenian was just recently
codified. Do you know of anything in either English or Slovak that
explains Ruthenian's grammar (I am not too concerned with vocabulary yet.
I am still learning Slovak!