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xxxdimitris_gre  Identity Verified
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Oct 18, 2007

I'm interested in learning the fundamentals of a new language like japanese or chinese. Being a european means that I have to get used in a completely new way of letters, symbols, words, syntax etc. Do you know any good online resources that can help me making a good start in any of these languages? Have you tried this way of learning at least the basics and what was the outcome?

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Local time: 15:33
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Have a look at the teaching forum Oct 18, 2007

Hi again Dimitrios,
Do navigate through the Teaching forum, you will certainly find a lot of info.
Here are two links for Chinese resources:
http://www.proz.com/topic/43876

http://www.proz.com/topic/33855- I opened this thread in 2005.

Good luck with your language studies:)))
BW
PS: Unfortunately I can't tell you anything about the outome as in the end I didn't find enough time to go on with my Chinese.


[Edited at 2007-10-18 21:02]


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