OT: If you ain't Dutch ... [was: Re: my proposals for a philosophical language]
|From:||Dirk Elzinga <dirk_elzinga@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 27, 2003, 21:23|
At 7:29 PM +0000 1/27/03, Jan van Steenbergen wrote:
> --- Maż Sara Kawrzena skrzypszy:
>> Good. I've always wanted to learn Dutch. Where do I start? I'd also like
>> to learn Icelandic. Any folks from Iceland here?
>That's a lot of info in one sentence. Well, I don't know Icelandic, and I have
>never heard of Icelanders on the list (although there are some people who can
At one time we had a couple. Another Icelander emailed me privately about
Tepa/Miapimoquitch and Native American languages.
>Where do I start? Depends on the kind of course you want to follow. My
>favourite traject is a Teach Yourself book or something similar. Perhaps a
>Anyway, if you have any questions about Dutch, you know where to find me...
> --- I Trzysztan skrzypszy:
>> And what happens when Jan and Boudewijn and Christophe and any others
>> start posting in Dutch and we can't ask them not to?
>Hey, as a two-quarters Dutch person, you are always welcome to join us!
>And don't forget Irina, Rob, Vaksje, Maarten...
*ahem* What about me? I came to my name honestly (of course it's not Dutch, it's
Frisian; I'm only Dutch on my mother's side).
Dirk Elzinga Dirk_Elzinga@byu.edu
"It is important not to let one's aesthetics interfere with the appreciation of
fact." - Stephen Anderson