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Old 08-02-07, 11:05   #1
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Do you like to get to the bottom of things? Do you check the origin of words in your two volume Oxford English Dictionary? Do you get lost in the ancient Roman architecture wing of the museum? Well, you know what they say: when in ancient Rome . . .
Latin may be a dead language, but it sure will help you ace those SATs. Latin is the origin of so many English words, you'll find your vocabulary growing by leaps and bounds as soon as you start studying it. Of course, you won't be chatting with any living human beings and you might be forced to read Cicero's speeches, but you will be channeling one monster piece of ancient history.

If that sounds like your song, Latin is for you! Repeat after us: "Ave magistra!"

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Do you like to reach out to others? Are you visually oriented? Do you cherish the sound of silence? If so, ASL (American Sign Language)--a language of gestures and hand symbols that express words and concepts--may be a great choice for you. While not technically a "foreign" language--ASL is indigenous to the United States and parts of Canada--it has become an invaluable means of communication for the deaf in these countries. If communicating in unexpected ways is your dream, you can't go wrong with ASL.
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Here it is: Japanese



Are you into anime, sushi and all things cute? Or do you want to go into finance or the import/export business? Since Japan is the third largest trading partner with the U.S., studying Japanese may be just the ticket. And believe it or not, it's not impossible to learn...

While the Japanese writing system is very complicated--it consists of three different character sets: Kanji (several thousand Chinese characters), Hiragana and Katakana--basic Japanese grammar is relatively simple. And, in comparison with other languages, Japanese has relatively few sounds, so pronunciation poses few problems to most learners.
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Do you like to reach out to others? Are you visually oriented? Do you cherish the sound of silence? If so, ASL (American Sign Language)--a language of gestures and hand symbols that express words and concepts--may be a great choice for you.

While not technically a "foreign" language--ASL is indigenous to the United States and parts of Canada--it has become an invaluable means of communication for the deaf in these countries. If communicating in unexpected ways is your dream, you can't go wrong with ASL.

You can even get a jump start on your studies by checking out Gallaudet Univeristy in Washington D.C., named after the inventor of ASL, Thomas Gallaudet.
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Are you into current affairs? Do you want to understand first hand what's in the news? If so, Arabic may be a great language for you to learn.

Arabic is spoken by almost 200 million people in more than 22 countries, from Morocco to Iraq, and as far south as Somalia and the Sudan. As the language of the Qur'an, the Holy book of Islam, it is the first language in Muslim states throughout the world.

The languages of Northern India, Turkey, Iran, Portugal, Spain and parts of Africa are full of words of Arabic origin. So, if you want a better handle on what's going on in the Middle East (and in the U.S.), why not brush up on your Arabic?
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Do you like to get to the bottom of things? Do you check the origin of words in your two volume Oxford English Dictionary? Do you get lost in the ancient Roman architecture wing of the museum? Well, you know what they say: when in ancient Rome . . .
Latin may be a dead language, but it sure will help you ace those SATs. Latin is the origin of so many English words, you'll find your vocabulary growing by leaps and bounds as soon as you start studying it. Of course, you won't be chatting with any living human beings and you might be forced to read Cicero's speeches, but you will be channeling one monster piece of ancient history.

If that sounds like your song, Latin is for you! Repeat after us: "Ave magistra!"

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SWAHILI

You're no joiner, are you? Maybe you like to be a little bit different? Or perhaps you have an interest in exotic wildlife? Well, try learning Swahili, tiger.

Swahili, or Kiswahili, as it is called by speakers of the language, is the most widely spoken African language south of the Sahara. Only about one million people speak it as a first language, primarily in Kenya and Tanzania, but about 50 million more use it as a second language.

Swahili was originally the language of fishing and farming communities in the coastal areas of present-day Southern Somalia and Kenya. The language and culture developed as trade between East Africa and Arabia, Persia and India grew.

With your adventurous spirit, learning Swahili should be a breeze. You'll soon be saying, "Hakuna matata," which means "no worries!"
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Do you like to reach out to others? Are you visually oriented? Do you cherish the sound of silence? If so, ASL (American Sign Language)--a language of gestures and hand symbols that express words and concepts--may be a great choice for you.
While not technically a "foreign" language--ASL is indigenous to the United States and parts of Canada--it has become an invaluable means of communication for the deaf in these countries. If communicating in unexpected ways is your dream, you can't go wrong with ASL.

You can even get a jump start on your studies by checking out Gallaudet Univeristy in Washington D.C., named after the inventor of ASL, Thomas Gallaudet.
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FRENCH

Bonjour, mon amie. Are you a romantic at heart? Are you fashion conscious and drawn to the "avant garde" in film, literature, and clothing? Do you have a weakness for rich cream sauces, perfume and stinky cheese? If so, you won't go wrong learning French.

French as a foreign language is the second most frequently taught language in the world (after English). Not all those speakers are artistes, of course but over the years, French (and France) has become synonymous with "culture." Just think of the Impressionists, Jean Luc-Goddard, and the fact that France has the most Nobel Prize winners in literature. Plus, French is the official language of Haiti, Luxembourg, the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique, and more than fifteen African countries.

If you are a foreign movie buff who dreams of glamour and celebrity spotting at the Cannes Film Festival (and you prefer to go sans top on the beach) you'll want to answer "oui" next time someone asks if you "parlez-vous francais."
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Are you into current affairs? Do you want to understand first hand what's in the news? If so, Arabic may be a great language for you to learn.

Arabic is spoken by almost 200 million people in more than 22 countries, from Morocco to Iraq, and as far south as Somalia and the Sudan. As the language of the Qur'an, the Holy book of Islam, it is the first language in Muslim states throughout the world.

The languages of Northern India, Turkey, Iran, Portugal, Spain and parts of Africa are full of words of Arabic origin. So, if you want a better handle on what's going on in the Middle East (and in the U.S.), why not brush up on your Arabic?
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Are you into current affairs? Do you want to understand first hand what's in the news? If so, Arabic may be a great language for you to learn.

Arabic is spoken by almost 200 million people in more than 22 countries, from Morocco to Iraq, and as far south as Somalia and the Sudan. As the language of the Qur'an, the Holy book of Islam, it is the first language in Muslim states throughout the world.

The languages of Northern India, Turkey, Iran, Portugal, Spain and parts of Africa are full of words of Arabic origin. So, if you want a better handle on what's going on in the Middle East (and in the U.S.), why not brush up on your Arabic?
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Kakva sam osoba na stranom jeziku?

Autorski tekst: SrbijaSpace.rs

Jezik, sredstvo sporazumevanja, pokazivanja unutrašnjih osećaja i toka misli. Nekada mač koji seče sve pred sobom, a nekada kist za stvaranje najlepših kreacija uz pomoć reči.

Primetićemo svi da su nam neki jezici zvučniji, možda pevljivi. Više prijaju našoj duši, uživamo u njihovom slušanju ili upotrebi. Koji bi to strani jezici bili? Možda francuski, španski i italijanski? Neki drugi su nam pak odbojni, kao na primer nemački jezik. Pitate li se zašto je to tako?

Nadam se da ćete se složiti sa mnom da Italijani i Španci važe za jedne od najvećih svetskih ljubavnika. Setimo se samo čuvenog Don Žuana. Ipak, verujem da taj stav potiče od muzikalnosti njihovog jezika, gramatike koju upotrebljavaju, senzualnosti koja se širi sa svakom rečju.

Kada tome dodamo izvrsnu hranu, vino,ruže, ples, gestikulaciju, naprosto ne možete da ih doživite ili zamislite kao osobu sa negativnom ličnošću.

Poželite ih u svom prisustvu.


Mogi strani jezici

Da se osvrnemo na nemački jezik. Ako bismo izuzeli istorijske činjenice koje su u sprezi sa ovim jezikom, kako se osećamo dok ga slušamo, čitamo, razgovaramo na njemu ili nam neko izjavi ljubav?

Ono čuveno „Ich liebe dich“.

Mislim da bi se većina nas složila da baš i ne prijatno. Da li je to uzročno – posledična veza između najčešće predugačkih reči, spojenih slogova, grubosti u samom izgovaranju istih?

Predpostavimo da jeste. Ipak, dok kreiram rečenice na istom, osećam kao da radim nešto pogrešno, kao da ću svesno ili nesvesno povrediti nekoga, kao da sam, uslovno rečeno, loša osoba zbog svega toga.

Šta je sa našim maternjim jezikom – srpskim, koji je izrazito bogat pridevima, mogućnošću sklapanja rečenica u lepršavom stilu, gramatikom za koju će vam mnogi stranci reći da je preteška.

Takođe, neizostavnom „lošom“ stranom istog, koja se ogleda u obilju pogrnih reči i psovki. Hajde da ga usporedimo sa švedskim jezikom, koji skoro da nema i ne upotrebljava pogrdne reči i psovke. Švedski će nas učiniti boljom osobom, osećaćemo se lepše oslobođeni teških reči.

Nego, da ostavimo moje mišljenje i istraživanje po strani i da Vas pitam nešto. Kakva ste Vi osoba na stranom jeziku? Recimo engleskom, ruskom ili nekom drugom Vama dragom.
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Kakva sam osoba na stranom jeziku?

Autorski tekst: SrbijaSpace.rs

Jezik, sredstvo sporazumevanja, pokazivanja unutrašnjih osećaja i toka misli. Nekada mač koji seče sve pred sobom, a nekada kist za stvaranje najlepših kreacija uz pomoć reči.

Primetićemo svi da su nam neki jezici zvučniji, možda pevljivi. Više prijaju našoj duši, uživamo u njihovom slušanju ili upotrebi. Koji bi to strani jezici bili? Možda francuski, španski i italijanski? Neki drugi su nam pak odbojni, kao na primer nemački jezik. Pitate li se zašto je to tako?

Nadam se da ćete se složiti sa mnom da Italijani i Španci važe za jedne od najvećih svetskih ljubavnika. Setimo se samo čuvenog Don Žuana. Ipak, verujem da taj stav potiče od muzikalnosti njihovog jezika, gramatike koju upotrebljavaju, senzualnosti koja se širi sa svakom rečju.

Kada tome dodamo izvrsnu hranu, vino,ruže, ples, gestikulaciju, naprosto ne možete da ih doživite ili zamislite kao osobu sa negativnom ličnošću.

Poželite ih u svom prisustvu.


Mogi strani jezici

Da se osvrnemo na nemački jezik. Ako bismo izuzeli istorijske činjenice koje su u sprezi sa ovim jezikom, kako se osećamo dok ga slušamo, čitamo, razgovaramo na njemu ili nam neko izjavi ljubav?

Ono čuveno „Ich liebe dich“.

Mislim da bi se većina nas složila da baš i ne prijatno. Da li je to uzročno – posledična veza između najčešće predugačkih reči, spojenih slogova, grubosti u samom izgovaranju istih?

Predpostavimo da jeste. Ipak, dok kreiram rečenice na istom, osećam kao da radim nešto pogrešno, kao da ću svesno ili nesvesno povrediti nekoga, kao da sam, uslovno rečeno, loša osoba zbog svega toga.

Šta je sa našim maternjim jezikom – srpskim, koji je izrazito bogat pridevima, mogućnošću sklapanja rečenica u lepršavom stilu, gramatikom za koju će vam mnogi stranci reći da je preteška.

Takođe, neizostavnom „lošom“ stranom istog, koja se ogleda u obilju pogrnih reči i psovki. Hajde da ga usporedimo sa švedskim jezikom, koji skoro da nema i ne upotrebljava pogrdne reči i psovke. Švedski će nas učiniti boljom osobom, osećaćemo se lepše oslobođeni teških reči.

Nego, da ostavimo moje mišljenje i istraživanje po strani i da Vas pitam nešto. Kakva ste Vi osoba na stranom jeziku? Recimo engleskom, ruskom ili nekom drugom Vama dragom.
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