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Re: [norse_course] A piece of advice for Beginners (from a Beginner..)

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  • Teja Johnson-Lewis
    Ha, ha! That s easy for you to say, you re in high-school. And most of the people here aren t even in school at all! -Tej Diego Ferioli
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 5, 2003
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      Ha, ha!  That's easy for you to say, you're in high-school.  And most of the people here aren't even in school at all!  -Tej

       Diego Ferioli <zer0assoluto@...> wrote:

      Hail everybody,
      I'm an high-school student studying Germanic stuff and Old Norse by myself;
      I don't write often, but I just want to respond to the people who asked for
      more beginners stuff. I'll tell you what I do: though I don't understand a
      lot of things, I copy (and not delete!) every e-mail that can represent for
      me an useful teaching, and meantime I keep on studying the grammar and the
      texts, hoping I'll be able to understand those things as soon as possible
      (and I'm conscious that the time will depend on my study frequence). I
      followed with a lot of interest the Rune project (and I thank Konrad again),
      also because these things are going to be useful for me within a little
      time, when I'll be studying at the University. That's just what I do,
      perhaps it can be useful for you too. Bye,

      Diego





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