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Practice mate?
« on: April 23, 2012, 04:38:59 am »
Is  there a new beginner out there who wants someone to practice with? I know very little Na'vi, so I thought we start at least almost from scratch..? If you are interested, contact me on my mail. (should be in my profile :))
I know there is ngaynume, but I think most classes have come pretty far...
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2012, 03:02:42 pm »
Ma Nantang, furia Ngaynume lu ngäzìk nìhawng, nga ke zene txopu sivi.

The texts we produce on lesson look weirdly complicated, and when someone is brave enough to speak, others have to work hard to simply understand him.
It is true that Ngaynume lessons inconspicuously turned from real-school-like class to free conversation practice, but in reality we all are desperately eager to help to any curious beginner, as well to absorb any news or good practices from someone more experienced than us. ;D

Just fire up the TeamSpeak tomorrow in 21:00 (or a bit earlier) ;)
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2012, 03:10:32 pm »
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Just fire up the TeamSpeak tomorrow in 21:00
Sure! But 2100 in wich time zone?
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2012, 03:14:06 pm »
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Sure! But 2100 in wich time zone?

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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2012, 03:16:05 pm »
Ma Nantang, furia Ngaynume lu ngäzìk nìhawng, nga ke zene txopu sivi.

The texts we produce on lesson look weirdly complicated, and when someone is brave enough to speak, others have to work hard to simply understand him.
It is true that Ngaynume lessons inconspicuously turned from real-school-like class to free conversation practice, but in reality we all are desperately eager to help to any curious beginner, as well to absorb any news or good practices from someone more experienced than us. ;D

Just fire up the TeamSpeak tomorrow in 21:00 (or a bit earlier) ;)

yeah I have noticed a slight paradigm shift there. How do you feel about it as a regular attending member? (offtopic, sorry)

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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2012, 03:18:31 pm »
+2 timezone?
I haven't been there a lot, but it seems like teamspeak is a good way of learning...
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #6 on: April 23, 2012, 03:21:06 pm »
oh. +1i think yeah teamspeak is nice place to gather many and learn

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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #7 on: April 23, 2012, 03:22:10 pm »
But still, I'd kinda like to have a practice mate who haven't come very far in learning Na'vi... Or two, maybe. A group of many seems like a large step for me atm...
+1 ok!
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #8 on: April 23, 2012, 06:19:24 pm »
I'm in that awkward spot in between beginner and intermediate, but leaning much closer towards beginner. I'd be up for having a "talking buddy" (for lack of better phrasing), but i'm not sure when i'd be available and others will be also.
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #9 on: April 24, 2012, 02:43:35 am »
+2 timezone?
I haven't been there a lot, but it seems like teamspeak is a good way of learning...
Yes. We use teamspeak for talking, presentation runs on http://na.learnnavi.org (login into international room using "visitor" password; user name can be any)
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #10 on: April 24, 2012, 09:14:06 am »
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I'm in that awkward spot in between beginner and intermediate, but leaning much closer towards beginner. I'd be up for having a "talking buddy" (for lack of better phrasing), but i'm not sure when i'd be available and others will be also.[/quote

If you just send me an email 'onatxan, we'll find a time (at least try to, six hours of time difference is a challenge), if you want to. I'm also somewhere between intermediate and beginner, but very close to beginner :)
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #11 on: April 24, 2012, 02:41:40 pm »
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I'm in that awkward spot in between beginner and intermediate, but leaning much closer towards beginner. I'd be up for having a "talking buddy" (for lack of better phrasing), but i'm not sure when i'd be available and others will be also.

If you just send me an email 'onatxan, we'll find a time (at least try to, six hours of time difference is a challenge), if you want to. I'm also somewhere between intermediate and beginner, but very close to beginner :)
well it appears by your profile that you're just 2 hours behind me, though i find that very hard to believe so i think i'm misinterpreting it. oh well, PM me for a plan, as i'm bad at that kind of thing.
Nga txo ke flä nìsngä'i, rä'ä kivä Eywa'evengne! ;)

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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #12 on: April 24, 2012, 03:03:30 pm »
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I'm in that awkward spot in between beginner and intermediate, but leaning much closer towards beginner. I'd be up for having a "talking buddy" (for lack of better phrasing), but i'm not sure when i'd be available and others will be also.

If you just send me an email 'onatxan, we'll find a time (at least try to, six hours of time difference is a challenge), if you want to. I'm also somewhere between intermediate and beginner, but very close to beginner :)
well it appears by your profile that you're just 2 hours behind me, though i find that very hard to believe so i think i'm misinterpreting it. oh well, PM me for a plan, as i'm bad at that kind of thing.

Those of us on US Eastern time are +5 GMT.  The West Coast is +8 GMT.  Don't know where you fall between these, ma tsmukan.

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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #13 on: April 24, 2012, 03:14:36 pm »
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I'm in that awkward spot in between beginner and intermediate, but leaning much closer towards beginner. I'd be up for having a "talking buddy" (for lack of better phrasing), but i'm not sure when i'd be available and others will be also.

If you just send me an email 'onatxan, we'll find a time (at least try to, six hours of time difference is a challenge), if you want to. I'm also somewhere between intermediate and beginner, but very close to beginner :)
well it appears by your profile that you're just 2 hours behind me, though i find that very hard to believe so i think i'm misinterpreting it. oh well, PM me for a plan, as i'm bad at that kind of thing.

Those of us on US Eastern time are +5 GMT.  The West Coast is +8 GMT.  Don't know where you fall between these, ma tsmukan.
Ma Seze Mune, you mean GMT-5 and -8, isn't it? GMT+8 is somewhere in Malaysia...
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #14 on: April 24, 2012, 03:16:19 pm »
I'm in +1...
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #15 on: April 24, 2012, 03:25:34 pm »
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I'm in that awkward spot in between beginner and intermediate, but leaning much closer towards beginner. I'd be up for having a "talking buddy" (for lack of better phrasing), but i'm not sure when i'd be available and others will be also.

If you just send me an email 'onatxan, we'll find a time (at least try to, six hours of time difference is a challenge), if you want to. I'm also somewhere between intermediate and beginner, but very close to beginner :)
well it appears by your profile that you're just 2 hours behind me, though i find that very hard to believe so i think i'm misinterpreting it. oh well, PM me for a plan, as i'm bad at that kind of thing.

Those of us on US Eastern time are +5 GMT.  The West Coast is +8 GMT.  Don't know where you fall between these, ma tsmukan.
I'm in EST. to be easier, i live in new england
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Re: Practice mate?
« Reply #16 on: June 28, 2012, 10:08:26 pm »
oel lu mip,
ftxey ngati new : marc..span . on skype
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