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7/1/2020


SPO new 100


Went over languagepod101's most frequent Chinese words. Also anki-fied them.


7/2/2020


SPO new 15


Went to ear doctor today, bit of an infection due to wearing headsets all day long.


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6 27 22

GSR F1 Day 2
GSM F1 1-150
FSI 2C-1, 2P-1 (half)

Skipped anki, did not use computer this day.

Did not watch youtube, smart box is on fritz.


For anyone wondering. P tapes are production, D tapes are drills, and C tapes are comprehension.

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Abbreviations for the un-initiated:


GSR Glossika Sapced Repitition (same sentences seen 18 times then poof gone)

GMS Glossika Mass Sentence (50 sentences per mp30

PIM Pimsleur 

RGB zhongwenred.com + files taken from zhongwen green and blue (now defunct) mostly done through anki


Peppa Pig Kids show with lots of dialog, almost non stop. Several studies have been done that show that Peppa Pig is useful for SLA purposes.





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Are you perchance this https://animefangirl.com/ animefangirl? If so I stumbled upon your blog a few weeks ago when I myself started spoonfed (and later replaced with with ZhongWen Red Green Blue, which make up the first 1000 or so sentences anways, but move a titch faster). I plan on returning to spoonfed... after I finish my Glossikas and FSI stuff. With plans to suspend the first 2k cards or so. Anyhow, I did a lot of reading on your Cantonese journey (such as the memrise courses with audio etc). I'm not a huge sinophile and even if I were I live in a hokkien speaking country so Cantonese isn't on my list but it was hard to put down your blog :). 

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6 25 2020


GUWC 1-8


6 26 2020

GSR F1 Day 1
FSI 1C-1, 1D-1
PIM 1-1

RGB ⁨63⁩ cards ⁨in ⁨11.4⁩ minutes⁩ today (⁨10.86⁩s/card)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=In40scSjqco&t=2724s 0:45/1:14
Peppa Pig 1 hour

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https://www.marxists.org/xlang/index.htm


Huge multi lingual political books. Good for rare political vocab. Using it for Tagalog now. All free and public domain/creative commons.


  1. SQ Shqip (Albanian) AR عربي (Arabic) AS অসমীয়া (Assamese)
    AF Afrikaans HY Hayeren (Armenian) BN Bangla (Bengali)
    BG български (Bulgarian) MY Burmese (Burmese) ZH 中文(简) (Chinese)
    CA Català (Catalan) CS Čeština (Czech) DA Dansk (Danish)
    DE Deutsch (German) ET Estonian EU Euskara (Basque)
    EL Ελληνικό (Greek) EN English ES Español (Spanish)
    EO Esperanto FA فارسی (Farsi, Persian) FR Français (French)
    OC Occitan (Gascon) KA ქართული (Georgian) GU ગુજરાતી (Gujarati)
    HA Hausa (N. Africa) HE בעברית (Hebrew) HI Hindi (Hindi)
    ID Bahasa Indonesia IT Italiano (Italian) IS Íslenska (Icelandic)
    JA 日本語 (Japanese) KK Kazak KN ಕನ್ನಡ (Kannada)
    KW Kernowek (Cornish) SW Kiswahili (Swahili) KO 한국어 (Korean)
    KU كوردى (Kurdish) KY кыргызча (Kyrgyz) LT Lietuvių (Lithuanian)
    MG Malagasy ML ml (Kerala) NE ne (Nepali)
    HU Magyar (Hungarian) MK Македонски (Macedonian) MA मराठी (Marathi)
    MN Mongolian NL Nederlands (Dutch) OR ଓଡ଼ିଆ (Oriya)
    PS Pashto (Pashto) NO Norsk (Norwegian) PL Polski (Polish)
    PT Português (Portuguese) PS ps (Afghan) PA pa (Punjabi)
    QU Quechua (Quechua) RO Română (Romanian) RU Русский (Russian)
    SC Cаха тыла (Yakut) Sardu (Sardinian) SD sd (Sindhi)
    SA sa (Sinhala) SK Slovenčina (Slovak) SL Slovenščina (Slovenian)
    SR Српскохрватски (Serbo-Croat) FI Suomi (Finnish) SH hrvatskosrpski (Croatian-Serb)
    SV Svenska (Swedish) TG Tojikī (Tajik) TA தமிழ் (Tamil)
    TE తెలుగు (telugu) TH ไทย (Thai) TL Tagalog (Philippino)
    BO བོད་སྐད (Lhasa Tibetan) TR Türkçe (Turkish) UK Украϊнська (Ukrainian)
    UR ur (Urdu) UZ O'zbekcha (Uzbek) VI Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)
    YI שידײ (Yiddish) ZU isiZulu (Zulu)

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Cebuano! I used to live in the Visayas in a Cebuano speaking region! Its nifty! 

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Could also probably use the ol' audacity split and export to anki trick. The Spanish accents in the LT convos are good because most websites use Colombian, Mexican, or Northern Spain-Spanish (Castilian), and the LT convos use something vaguely Caribbean or costal central/south american. Good listening practice me thinks and worth cutting up. I'm not quite to the level of using the Chinese conversations yet but maybe in a few months after I bang out 3k hanzi I plan on doing the same. http://www.workaudiobook.com/ might also be a useful tool for listening practice on the conversations :)! 

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LONweb.org


Multilingual parallel texts (often with romanization for non roman scripts) 

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zhongwenred.com

zhongwengreen.com


Short conversations with audio and transcriptions. About 1,500 spread across 3 sites.


Very easy to strip for LT.io I may start the process in a week or two once I finalize my move of houses.

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Hi Léo. Two mods (not including myself) from Philippine Languages group chat said "two or five". My initial reaction was five as well but when I made sentences I found myself using two more than five. 

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LWDot.Ang wrote:
Simplified Chinese


They already started that one! They've rolled out at least 10 lessons so far!

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https://b-ok.cc/ is a library in many languages.

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leosmith wrote:
Clayton.Henderson wrote:
https://rieme.co.za/
Afrikaans - En Dictionary

We've added it as a link however it's using a mechanism that isn't compatible with what we have. It'll just open the dictionary and you'll need to type the word yourself.


I tested it earlier and noted that. Still better than nothing and the dictionary is comprehensive! Thanks for adding it.

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Wattpad checks out for Norwegian and Afrikaans too.

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https://rieme.co.za/


Afrikaans - En Dictionary


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If not, we should make one. We can list sites like "wikipedia, wattpad, etc etc" to make it easier to build our libraries. I've found wattpad surprisingly good for Tagalog for example and it supports a lot of languages.

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I second this... I have found leaderboards and total words read to be highly motivating as well as total time listened. I find that if I don't have a listening tracker... I mostly read (since I read faster than I listen). 

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Hi! Is this Nynorsk? Looks like it. Curious if this was a test post.

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Would love to learn a bit. I think my current attack plan is to use a pinyin based course/audio course while becoming literate and then later merging and consolidating them with the readingtool. Tagalog will always be my main foreign language for obvious reasons, but Chinese is sounding tempting especially with all these neat tools (readingtool.io, this anki addon that adds color coding tone marker to hanzi, etc). Reading tool really handles Mandarin with some grace. Too many websites/webapps are Eurocentric, but I love how well LT handles asian languages in general. 

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Will update if any more answers come through when it isn't dawn :)!

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Hey! So I asked around... and only got a few bites. 


https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/666259883569446922/712040411623063582/unknown.png


 We all agree that 3) Sino ang mga magandang babae? has some level of casual-ness to it.

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Gotta say! I'm blown away by how well the language tool handles Mandarin! It doesn't feel the need to chop up the words a n d a d d u n n a t u r a l s p a c e s, and having pinyin on mouse over is genius! Great job LT.io team. Really, I'm impressed! Truly impressed.

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Missing audio. It told me my message was too short so I copied and pasted this to make it longer. 


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Wrong audio for this. Audio matches 002 Vacaciones. 

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How are you progressing as a false beginner? I've considered going back to the basics in a few of my rusty languages myself.

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Been doing a lot of Tagalog reading! Now that I have a stylish plug in to make LT.io more friendly you may see me here more often!

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Not only is the reading tool extremely convenient for reading any article you want to upload, but we also have lots of material in the library, and it grows daily. Non-members can now browse the library without having to join: https://languagetools.io/reading

I support all of these changes. The account wall made a lot of potential users angry on reddit and discord, and the 5 USD fee is still a fraction of many language apps! Thanks for growing the library! I hope in the future we get added mobile support! Great work Leo.

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Oh wow, that easy. Nifty! In the mean time it looks like if one is too lazy to copy, it is possible to "add a note" in place of a definition.

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Decided to test tagaloglesson conversations.


First lesson at the beach "Kung baga" is written as well, "Kung baga", however in practice its often written kumbaga. I wanted to make a phrasal translation and tag it as <kumbagá: [expression] like; that is to say; in a sense; as if; it seems> however, it won't let me as I'm not the owner of the passage?

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Dark mode works great! Thanks :)

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The beige mod is nuked. I tried to install it and the user edited the code with an angry message directed at god knows who. I was able to change the CSS in the window, but I couldn't figure out how to make a stylish theme out of it.  

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Hey, does anyone have any chrome plug ins that can change the color scheme of LT? I'm red green color blind and find the default scheme hard to use.

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Did a bit of dabbling today, nothing of note.

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How many chapters can one person proof-read? Is it limited to 5 chapters per person?

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I know a few Chinese speakers but they're all SEA Chinese, which is accented compared to standard. @Leo regarding the English VA team. What accents are preferred? I'm looking for partners but I'm just about the only American I know who is willing to work for those rates. I have a Brit male and potentially some ZA females.


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Egyptian dialects account for roughly 1/4th of the Arab world. Which is why its appealing.


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Finished HaShoter HaTov (the good policeman) on netflix. Started Shtisel.


Two days behind on mango and anki. Sleeping a lot lately, feeling kinda drained. Quarantine blues getting me down.

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I'm 25% of the way or so through the Mango Hebrew course. I'm speaking quite well and manipulating verbs. I plan on doing the Arabic ones in the future and maybe if I have time the Aramaic one just for the holy (pardon the pun) trinity of Semitic languages. The issue with Arabic is always choosing which one. MSA or dialect? If dialect, which? I think I'll settle for MSA and Egyptian, but Levantine would pair nicely with my Hebrew if I ever ind up in Israel. 


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Did my first round of flash-cards on Mango Hebrew, again I'm impressed. The course is twice as long as the Mango Tagalog course. I never finished Mango Tagalog. I did the first two chapters (about 12 lessons) before moving on to other things. I may actually see the hebrew course out a lot longer. Will update later. I will do my hebrew-studies while idling waiting for my lovely students to call :)

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Buti't may hurno kayo para ihurno yung galyetas. 

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Did 7 lessons of Mango Hebrew today. Nice little break from the heavy input method, bit of a grammatical work out. Mango is a great service, free for many library card holders; but it suffers from hit or miss quality. Some courses are very good, some are not. I recommend the Hebrew one. It moves very fast and isn't as "Pimsleur the PPTX" as I used to call Mango languages.

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https://youtu.be/TqQ8Jx-RpGs

This girl here for example is trying to learn Tagalog just for soaps.


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Did 53 minutes of hebrew-english bilingual listening reading today. Lazy day but busy with other things. 

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Hah! Living here is the best way to do it. Speaking of kiSwahili, many Kenyans and other Africans love Pinoy teleserye.

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How I Glossika / ASSIMIL / LT.IO-ify my Anki cards.


First get this addon: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/631932779

Secondly get your cards set up to have audio, target language, translation one one side, and a blank back side. Set it to flip and let it go, its that simple. If you want to cram and go longer, open a custom study deck and review ahead or add new cards. If you want listening comprehension checks, just reverse the order. Add audio on the front, target language + translation/romanization on the back. Easy, peasy. 

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Hey Léo! How about English and Spanish. English is in huge demand globally, and so is Spanish. I know from being a long time fan your Spanish is quite advanced, and you're a native English speaker. I think the community could benefit from having some big languages to further enrich LT.io 

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Don't forget the Write and Correct tool.

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http://www.bohol.ph/wced.php


Cebuano dict.

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3. Xhosa (root for Xhosa people in isiXhosa) 


(this one was tough, didn't know if I wanted to go with x or parse that as <ks>)

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Kkeutmalitgi
Don't try to pronounce it.

This game is fairly simple; you have to say a word which begins with the last letter of the previous word. For example:

1: Tree (English)
2: eesti (estonia . estonian)
3: 인생 (insaeng , life , Korean)
4: gateau (cake , French)
5: 울다 (ulda , to cry, Korean)

etc. So, the way your message should be formatted is like this:
(number of post) (word) (romanisation, meaning, language, exceptions can be made for languages with small phonemic inventories)

RULES:
1: Don't use the same language as the previous person.
2: Don't repeat words.
3: be logical...
4: Only post one message at a time. The same person can't do two posts back to back.

If you've got it, then let's start! Your word is:

1: 도서관 (doseogwan, library, Korean)

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Malay/Indonesian feels like Esperanto. Words are legos, things don't conjugate or decline. Very easy language, great for getting your toes wet for a more intense language in the Austronesian family, such as Tagalog or Malagasy.

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Its great. I've stickied it to a few Tagalog/Pinoy discord servers. It doesn't cover advanced affixation, but its really solid. I've only skimmed it for now but after I'm done in a few days I'll look at it closer.

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The bottom four languages are all considered SEA (South East Asia) in English, but Tagalog (live here). Malay/Indo (great language, like Esperanto but real). I'd love Korean too for high paying jobs and k-pop.

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Just like the indigenous tribe in Mexico where the language they spoke is spoken in the form of whistling. I believe they're called Sylbo. Most of their tribesmen are now moving to the cities and now they're losing children in the tribe.


Quick correction. Sylbo is spoke in the Canaries which are owned by Spain and no where near Mexico. Also, Sylbo is a whistled register of Spanish meaning that it is Spanish just made to fit the format of whistling. 

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I may sound insane but I like memrise for learning new materials and anki for reviewing. If you told me I had to choose one, I'd do Anki. Just stick to the "no more than 45 minutes a day reviewing" rule and you'll be fine. After that burnout sets in hard. Even for my fun youtube to anki cards.

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I still say yuppy and trekkie. Yuppies to me are new money republicans or conservatives who lead a certain lifestyle. I won't comment on the degeneracy of worshiping money on a language forum, though. Trekkies are just really hardcore devout Star-Trek fans. I can't see someone being a trekkie and a yuppy since the creator Mr. Roddenberry was a devout socialist.


Brain and groovy are not, however, in my lexicon.  

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Something like that, I can't remember for the life of me what he said but he sounded like comically retro dude.  

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I once had an English teaching Brazilian trial student. He sounded like he was from the 1980's, was paying for my feedback and got very angry when confronted with the reality that he sounded like a 1980's surfer.

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In my experience Filipinos do quite well with Hangul, kana and kanji, as well as plain old hanzi. I also know a girl here who keeps her diary in baybayin. Similarly, if a Filipino is a maid, servant, or factory worker in a country like Saudi, Korea, etcetera he or she may rightly focus on speaking. The idea of saving a script for after you can speak the language is not a new one, Old Cortina taught Japanese through romaji and audio recordings and the very popular FSI-style Japanese: The Spoken Language (which was written by a Yale Ph.D holder and published by Yale) was also totally in romaji. 


I can't say as to the social background of your filipino speaking language-learners, but my friend here is on a full ride scholarship to a Japanese language school and they have class for about 8 hours a day. Her reading and writing abilities seem normal. 


As far as reading and writing being necessary, I do not agree. Especially when the gap between written and spoken registers is vast. A speaker of MSA/al-Fusha is not going to do well in Morocco if they are hyper literate. The same can be said for an Indonesian learner who has never learned any of the regional varieties of Indonesian. On that note, my FB is full of Filipinos who don't adhere to the written standard (and for good reason, Filipino spelling is atrocious and the result of Americans and Spaniards or westernized Filipinos who don't really understand the underlying phonology of the languages here).



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Glossika has Swahili but they're service is now a monthly subscription. Their courses tend to be okay, and when I bought my first Glossika course back in 2016 they were a reasonable 70 usd for the whole package. I'm not sure if their older resources can't be found. You can find a few of them still up for sale on Amazon, but none for Swahili. 


Also check the usual fare of yojik.eu/livelingua for the FSI/DLI/Peacecorps things, and bible.is if you're hard up for listening material. I wish you kept a log Leo to see what you do daily would be probably inspiring for the newbies here.

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I went through and looked for words that I knew were the same in both languages but with different meanings, Filipina, Yang, etc and I can confirm that the Tagalog definition for these words didn't leak over. I'll keep an eye during my studies, but it appears to be fixed! Thanks!

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I chat more often than converse, but I also use my voice all day to work and I have a hard time getting a chat mate who also wants to talk via voice.

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Similar but it:


1, is less over head its a chrome tool (not mine) you just export it directly to anki.

2. works on potato computers since it doesn't require you to download, it just embeds the video into your anki cards


Here are some screen caps of it. Music vids

2

3 Kok Bisa (Explainer vid)


It plays the vid when you click the card, the way I use it is to see if I understand it the first time, if not I either use the English subs (if provided and accurate) or look it up in a dict. It plays just the time stamped part that these subtitle files have. My computer isn't very nice since my good one died and I can say that it runs quite well.


Just open the transcript.

Then import it to anki with one click. (Requires the chrome plug in and the anki connect addon).


I aggressively suspend the cards that are too easy or too hard right off the bat, but I think it wouldn't be a bad idea to pair it with the languagetool especially for bigger decks/longer videos.





Edit: It does default to tagalog subs which can be distracting, I talked to the maker of it on Reddit and he isn't sure what the problem is, but I don't mind switching them by hand. I'd be curious as to other users' results.

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https://github.com/dobladov/youtube2Anki#instructions

This tool takes all of five minutes to set up, lets you rip youtube videos directly into anki with no download of the video (just be aware that the youtube video has to allow embedding).


Watch it and read it with the languagetool, review it directly in anki with the original video.


Requires Anki 2.1, I had to retire my Anki 2.0 but I'm quite happy. Having videos directly in the Anki make it so much more enjoyable.

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@ Sharon, yes because English, along with the likes of Indonesian, French, and Swahili is one of the few languages to have a majority of its speaker-base being non-native. Unfortunately many people don't realize this. Good point 

Sharon.R wrote:

Overall there are probably more non-native English speakers teaching English around the world than native English speaking teachers.

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@Marko Wow, thanks I haven't tried dark reader but this is the second or third time it has been suggested for various things. I've been using deluminate and stylish.


I have a J7 but the night mode doesn't work for some reason, hasn't since I got it repaired after a student broke it last year.


@Leo I'd rather not screenie it, my previous work around was painful to the eyes and I'm not sure how I had my deluminate setup. I'll try again and confirm Marko's results. 


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Is it possible to get a night mode for the site up and running? I use a few addons to chrome to make night browsing less painful on the eyes, and none of them are compatible with the languagetool. They all conflict in some way (can't see peach words, or the peach and green are too bright vs the dark background). I love language tool and I promote it beyond these waters but the lack of nightmode is really annoying. 


So far my work around is just to dim the heck out of the languagetools tab on chrome, but it isn't a good fix just a stop gap until a nightmode is implemented. 

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Hi, I have ADD PI. I agree with Leo's post above, about doing things you like just in your L2. You do have to however eventually study things you don't like or else you will have huge gaps. My advice is time box. Set a timer and just study and focus for that amount of time, then move on. The so called pomodoro method is a popular version of this.

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Glosbe is a good multilingual corpus but corpora have their own problems, even if they did work in the tool, I'm not sure I'd recommend them just for the fact that they're prone to some idiosyncratic usages and errors. We can always keep our own dict open in pop up form for it I reckon so if we did want to use a corpus, we could! :D Maybe a list of corpora is due in the near future for advanced users.

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I love Cebuano. If I'd stuck around in the Bisayas I'dve learned it. I've always found it a bit more straight forward than Tagalog. Has fewer aspects and conjugations for verbs but nouns do a few funky things that Tagalog doesn't. Magbinisaya kita is a fairly popular textbook and the Cebuano language packet from the Peacecorps are also good starters. 

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50 Languages Book2 offer their content under a CC license. About 3k sentences aimed at learners with audio. The issue is that we can't modify the recordings. Some of their recordings are very short, and I don't think that we can condense them unfortunately. Otherwise it would make a great easy addition for beginners and a good way to use the "playlist" feature. Would just love to make them more useable.


Just to put it out there guys if you're rank beginners and still want to learn with reading rather than doing srs drills over and over as a a main tool they're an option. Their website isn't great or easy to use and I'd like to keep track of the words anyways in my little "word count" thingy.


https://www.50languages.com/licence.html


^ link to the license


Could be an easy way to generate content, especially for newbies who make up the bulk of language learners.

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TL;DR (Too Long; Didn't Read)

I voted no.


Piggy backing off of this comment from Marko. Native speakerism is a big issue in the ESL industry. The industry itself is for profit and has other issues but many qualified non-natives are shafted by being denied opportunities that they are qualified for, or being paid less. Also we must define "nonnative", is a Filipino or an Indian a non-native despite having very good outer circle English, because they're not from one of the big inner circle countries? I think limiting to natives is a short sighted idea. I encourage anyone to read about native speakerism and how it is damaging to learners, and teachers. A person with a degree in applied linguistics and experience who is not a native, may very well be a better teacher than a native with a 120 hour online TEFL cert.


In the context of English, we must also look at English as a Foreign Language versus English as a Lingua Franca. English as a Foreign Language involves mimicking inner-circle Englishes, how ever many users are actually more interested in English as a Lingua Franca. We see ELF used in places like Europe, where a German, a Swede, and a Dutchman sit down and all speak in English. They may use europeanisms like "take a decision" or call a projector a "beamer", but they're usually very proficient speakers and we shouldn't discredit that languages change and evolve.

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I voted no. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. And whatever the case may be I think what’s most important is that the person is qualified for the job. Being a native speaker won’t cut it if you don’t know anything about grammar or language learning.
Furthermore, if they haven‘t studied a foreign language themselves, they could be completely out of touch with the difficulties their students are facing.



I think that a good screening process will weed out those who fail to meet the languagetools.io standard, and after that look at qualifications and or ability. People who do not want outercircle English, are not likely to book someone who doesn't meet their expectations.


(Sorry for the English heavy focus, I've never paid for a tutor and can't speak to tutoring online in the context of other languages)

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Hi Leo. I believe it is fixed now. Thanks guys. 

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{"code":"not-logged-in","message":"Please login to continue","description":"Please login to continue"


I receive this error message when attempting to export my vocab. I tested it for both tagalog and indonesian and got the same message, no matter what I tried.

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https://www.kamus.net/


One of the bigger Indonesian dictionaries out there.

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The University of Hawaii has decided to release their out-of-print titles about some Philippine languages under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

Translation: free books, everyone :)

Languages covered under this series include:

Bicol

Cebuano

Hiligaynon

Ilocano

Kapampangan

Pangasinan

and one textbook in Tagalog

and are either textbook/tutorial, grammar reference or dictionaries (depends on the langauge...for example, the Tagalog title is just a textbook, but there's no separate grammar or dictionary title).

Titles are available in both PDF and EPUB format.

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leosmith wrote:
Thanks - we'll check this out. I continually use the site heavily and haven't noticed the problem, but it may just be due to my languages being quite different from each other.


Well with all of these assisted reader programs it does have a calibration period before you mark all the common words as known or learned and pencil in our definitions and the site is still young. Appreciate the fast response, as always.

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Here is an example where the indonesian word "tak" (short for tidak) meaning no has been registered by the tool as polish "tak" meaning yes. Quite a funny example.


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I've recently had an uptick in site usage and I've noticed definitions leak from other languages. I had the Indonesian word "pas" get flagged as the french "pas". One means just right, the other is a postpositive negation word. Similarly a lot of false-friends with Indonesian and Tagalog. I've taken to flagging the writing in the correct Indonesian translation and flagging it with (indonesian).

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Hello po! Lagi akong nakakapansin ng maraming Tagalog na estudyante rito. Nalalaman ko itong mga laro para sa inyong lahat! Spell the Word in Tagalog, ang una kong sasabihin. Ang game na ito ay sa smart phone lang. May mga litrato at kinakailangan ng mga manlalaro na pindotin ang tamang mga letra. Scribble.io ay ang ikalawa kong nalaman na game tungkol sa Tagalog. Ang game na ito ay online sa web browser natin. May isang manlalarong kinakailangan na gumawa ng drawing. Kailangan din ng ibang mga manlalaro na pumili ng tamang salita. Multiplayer ito, kasi hindi talaga ako nagkaroon ng puno na laro dahil kaunti lang ang nakikilala o nalalaman kung kahulugan.


Hehehe. Mahirap magsulat ng malalim na Tagalog! Hay naku!

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My studies actually average about two hours a day of active study and I spend my free time chatting in between clients. I'm referring to things like two hours of duo lingo not equalling two hours of other more rigorous activities. Not all tasks are equal. One can study inefficiently for however many hours. Time doesn't equal efficiency. Longer or shorter, doesn't matter; depends on what the goal is and how one plans to attain it.

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Just enough. Not all hours are equal, one can spend an eternity pretending to learn or one can boil it down into 30 minutes. 

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