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#16 ciamarie

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 04:39 PM

Shortly after this thread started, I was visiting my local library's web site and it had a blurb about access to a place to be able to learn a foreign language. The site is called Livemocha, and it's been pretty helpful so far. Thought I'd pass it on, enjoy!
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Posted 19 March 2012 - 11:50 AM

Shortly after this thread started, I was visiting my local library's web site and it had a blurb about access to a place to be able to learn a foreign language. The site is called Livemocha, and it's been pretty helpful so far. Thought I'd pass it on, enjoy!

I tried Livemocha the other day and it is a very fun way to learn! I love how there are pictures as well as audio as I am a very visual person. Thanks for posting the link - I am having fun learning Croatian. :)
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Posted 13 April 2012 - 07:35 PM

I learned sign language. I have been learning for 9 years. I learned by taking a couple classes at my church, where I now do a little interpreting. And the main interpreter taught me. ASL( American sign language) is a LOT of fun and it is great to know!
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