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Messenger: JAH Child Sent: 12/2/2016 9:56:04 AM

That is very nice to hear, I look forward to sIghting it when it is released, give thankhs for checking on that JAH seeker.

Messenger: JAH Child Sent: 12/3/2016 12:11:54 PM

Haile I
I realized that the Memrise app does have Afrikan languages including Kiswahili (Swahili) and Zulu. It is not available from the initial options, but after signing up the I can choose another course and there are more available from the +other languages list.
However the Kiswahili ones seem not to include audio, which is not as helpful. It seems like these courses are user created so maybe another will be made including the audio...
I have never studied Zulu, really fulljoying going thru the first lesson Iyah.
Bless I,
More Iducation

Messenger: Jah Seeker Sent: 12/3/2016 2:36:31 PM

glad to hear that. ises.

Messenger: Sister Ifua Sent: 2/7/2017 9:59:01 PM

I suggest REPEATING.
Although this method of learning is out of fashion in the west, I deeply reommend it! Why? Well, have you ever seen ethiopian children tutored by a priest, repeating the Ha-Hu, or fidel (alphabet)? It is amazing!
I went to the children's class of the EOC in my city and enjoyed very much learning with them!
In my opinion in the west the method of constant repeating is wrongly disrespected. They say it stops people from thinking and just makes them a vessel to put infos into them. I disagree and tell you why:
Repeating is good for our brains. It might not be the method for EVERY subject, but especially for languages it is great! Cause how does a baby learn it's first language? Repeating. It heard his mother say thousands of times 'mama' before it starts to articulate 'mamamamama...'.
Repeated words go deep deep deep into a man's subconscious. Like a foundation where you'll build your house upon. Mek sure it is solid, not rubble! Languages works same way as Mantras. Not to be taken lightly. Fix good words inna you. Repeat words and sentences. Full sentences can be remembered very well if they are repeated again and again. By that method I learned full psalms in Amharic. Later I remembered them and that helps with the grammar as well. Repeating is a method of touching people deeply. Strong VIBRATION that works the best!

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 2/7/2017 10:03:35 PM

Indeed sistren, repetition is a great teacher

Messenger: patsm00re18 Sent: 6/18/2020 12:36:28 AM

Learning another dialect is a TON of work. The procedure can be overpowering to the point that you may not realize where to start. Be that as it may, acing another dialect can open up a great deal of chances. You can speak with more individuals, find out about different societies, and be presented to openings for work that were already inaccessible. So how would you tackle such an enormous venture from the beginning? Details here. They requested assistance from the top language specialists on the planet, who have aced one other language, however a few other world dialects. These polyglots have contemplated and aced various dialects from various language gatherings. They have been language apprentices many occasions over and see how scary and troublesome learning another dialect can be.

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