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Category: Books/Literature
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Russian childrens books
Hi,

I'm learning russian and would like to read something else than the texts from my course. I was thinking about books for children but I'm having a hard time finding suitable titles.
Can anyone recommend me something?

regards,

Jedidja

Language pair: Russian; 
Jedidja Witmer
April 10, 2014

# Msgs: 1

Give me feedback on my first poem in Danish
Hi, I don't know if this is the right place to post this, but...one of the ways I like to practice a new language is to write poetry. Since grammar rules get bent all the time in poetry, it makes me feel a little easier about expressing myself. Anyway, I just started learning Danish and wrote this...hoping some native Danish speakers will give me some feedback on word choice, structure, etc. Here's the poem:

Skjule

Monsteret sover
Træde let
Ikke grine højlydt (ikke grine på alle)
Det vil høre dig

Hvis du finder glæde
Eller et hjem
Hvis du glemmer udyret (for selv et øjeblik)
Det vil find dig

Monster forråder
Det er uretfærdig
Det er ufølsom (hvad ville det føles)
Den er død

Monsteret sov
Det er vågen nu
Ikke synge højlydt (ikke synge på alle)
Det vil finde dig

Language pair: English; Danish
Rowan
March 25, 2014

# Msgs: 1

Re:Re:Re:So, what book you reading?
En ce moment, je lis Le Trône de Fer et je pense qu'il est superbe. Je l'ai commencé à Noël et je ne peut pas arrêter de le lire. J'adore la lecture, particulièrement des livres de fantasy. Je fais la Française à l'école et s'il y a des gens qui veut discuter des livres, je suis ici et heureuse pour parler aves vous!

Language pair: English; French
Leah
March 22, 2014

# Msgs: 28
Latest: March 22, 2014
Re:Re:Re:So, what book you reading?
En ce moment, je lis Le Trône de Fer et je pense qu'il est superbe. Je l'ai commencé à Noël et je ne peut pas arrêter de le lire. J'adore la lecture, particulièrement des livres de fantasy. Je fais la Française à l'école et s'il y a des gens qui veut discuter des livres, je suis ici et heureuse pour parler aves vous!

Language pair: English; French
Leah
March 22, 2014

# Msgs: 28
Latest: March 22, 2014
Re:Hello!
Hello Anna. I have only read the the Russian Film Director Andrey Tarkovsky's book "Sculpting in Time". It is interesting, especially him saying that Time is the primary medium of Cinema.

I have met many people who have read many Russian authors and I have heard many writers including English speaking ones who have been inspired by Russian authors. Vladimir Nabokov is probably the greatest Russian writer so far or at least that's what many people claim.

Maybe Ernest Hemingway, Stephen King or Martin Amis might be a good place to start reading an English language book.

Language pair: English; 
Andrew Baskein
March 18, 2014

# Msgs: 2
Latest: March 18, 2014
Hello!
Hi there! I'm from Russia and I only start to learn English. Because I'm from Russia I really want to know what books of russian author you read in your life? And what books you are advise for me? Thanks in advance! I'm sorry for the mistakes!!!

Language pair: English; 
Anna
March 13, 2014

# Msgs: 2
Latest: March 18, 2014
Fluent in English, Chinese and Spanish!
Hello Everyone! I am a Taiwanese born in Argentina so my Spanish and Chinese are very fluent. I also went to a biliungual school so my English is good. I really need some help with Italian and Portuguese and if you are interested in exchanging words with me just contact me. You help me and i'll help you!

Language pair: English; 
Axel Wang
March 12, 2014

# Msgs: 1

reading to improve your english. . :)
Ive decided to post something like this cause it seems appropriate to the category, hope you would find this few tips helpful. . :)

1. Reading can increase your vocabullary skills:
-read it out loud
-dont hesitate to open your mouth
-read a book with someone who knows the language
-read a book with a dictionary-for words that you dont kn0w yet
2. Practice speaking the language
-with someone
-in fr0nt of the mirror
-you can also sing songs in the language that you wanted to learn
3. Do facial and tongue exercises.
-believe me, this helps :)
4. Watch movies or news in the language you wanted to learn
-try imitating how they pronounce words, how they talk and how they deliver each sentence.
5. Talk to me! :)
If you want to learn english or tagalog or waray you can email me or say hi, ill be glad to teach you. . It would be go0d if you know any of these languages: korean, japanese, spanish or french. . :)


Language pair: English; Filipino (Tagalog)
jeanne
March 10, 2014

# Msgs: 1

reading to improve your english. . :)
Ive decided to post something like this cause it seems appropriate to the category, hope you would find this few tips helpful. . :)

1. Reading can increase your vocabullary skills:
-read it out loud
-dont hesitate to open your mouth
-read a book with someone who knows the language
-read a book with a dictionary-for words that you dont kn0w yet
2. Practice speaking the language
-with someone
-in fr0nt of the mirror
-you can also sing songs in the language that you wanted to learn
3. Do facial and tongue exercises.
-believe me, this helps :)
4. Watch movies or news in the language you wanted to learn
-try imitating how they pronounce words, how they talk and how they deliver each sentence.
5. Talk to me! :)
If you want to learn english or tagalog or waray you can email me or say hi, ill be glad to teach you. . It would be go0d if you know any of these languages: korean, japanese, spanish or french. . :)


Language pair: English; Filipino (Tagalog)
jeanne
March 10, 2014

# Msgs: 1

Re:Re:Swap your French for my English?
Hi angie I will be glad if u can teach me french.

Language pair: English; 
Shirley
March 8, 2014

# Msgs: 6
Latest: March 8, 2014
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