Let's see your language learning books

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David1917
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Re: Let's see your language learning books

Postby David1917 » Sat Feb 09, 2019 3:06 am

Mail day: Linguaphone Arabic edition.

It seems to be missing a separate "Alphabet" book, though I don't even see where it would fit into this case, unless it's supposed to be a little pamphlet or something? Either way, the set was only 20 USD, so I'm not that worried about it.

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Lianne
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Re: Let's see your language learning books

Postby Lianne » Sun Feb 10, 2019 6:32 am

Here are my language dictionaries, textbooks, etc., plus a few books in Esperanto, Italian, and Klingon. These I've accumulated over the years based on whims and passing fancies; you can see that French is the only one I've seriously studied! This makes me wanna learn Italian though. I got the phrasebook as a gift from my sister before going to Italy in high school, then bought an Italian novel while there, and the textbooks are from Introduction to Italian, which I took and quickly dropped in first year university.

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And here are my French novels, which were all bought cheap at library discard sales and other used book sales. I want more, but space is an issue! My shelf space is full of English books so these currently live in a box.

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tangleweeds
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Re: Let's see your language learning books

Postby tangleweeds » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:42 am

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Starting all over, concentrating on Irish and Japanese

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Re: Let's see your language learning books

Postby David1917 » Sat Mar 09, 2019 10:16 pm

The TYS Collection continues. This one I might actually use soon, too! Got used for 5 USD.

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