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Öeldi, et ma laua peale pikali viskaksin, selleks ajaks ma nutsin juba lahinal. Tõsiselt, mitte ainult naljast tekitatult. No igatahes siis selgituseks, see olen mina praegu: Elan! Rahvaarv ja iive on meil pidev teema, eksistentsiaalne.

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This is a slightly modified version of an article that was first published in Languages Bold Squats valus the Globe. Part 1. Part 2. Difficulties in measuring language knowledge When I finished secondary school, I thought I knew two and a half languages — my native Estonian, English that I mostly picked up from the media, and some basic German that I had studied from grade six onwards.

Going on to the university, I had the idea of learning French which I did with some moderate success by taking beginner French classes. At the time, I was fascinated about reading French literature in French and reckoned that if I stuck to it until the end of my studies, perhaps I would have learned something at the end of year three.

Somewhere between my first and second semester of French, I came Bold Squats valus an old textbook intended for advanced students of French. In addition to reading the textbook, I would try to listen as much French as I could.

I would be using several on-line radio stations or other media outlets, although for most part, I stuck to the talk-shows on Bold Squats valus Culture. Ultimately, I decided to drop the class because I felt could just continue working on my own.

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Instead I focused on taking beginner level courses in other languages — first there was Finnish and Spanish, then there was Ancient Greek and Russian, later still Swedish and Icelandic and so on.

Most languages I dropped after a semester or two, because reading foreign texts in parallel with classes would soon leave the classroom progress well behind. A few I would keep a little longer, particularly Ancient Greek which I found so difficult that I went on with it almost three full years in the Classics Department.

Others I would continue on my own, sporadically going through advanced level textbooks and listening native radio stations.

Aga ma siis räägin juba ära, kuidas see kõik siin välja nägi. Peale oma eelmise postituse kirjutamist tulin ma tihkudes haiglasse, kus ma rohkemal ja vähemal määral nutsin selle ajani, kuni mind opisaali viidi. Enne käis Mart Eller mind natukene sodimas, et vaadata, kust pekki võtta: imeline pilt, eksole :D aga mul paremat ka polnud, pluss ma hoidsin nuttu tagasi :D Kohe kui ma selle pildi tehtud sain, siis tuli õde ja ütles, et ok lähme nüüd üles opisaali. Bold Squats valus tee värisesin ja pisarad voolasid mu silmist, nagu ma läheks vähemalt tapalavale.

Seven years since I had the vague idea of learning French, the number of languages I had studied even if I have been deliberately superficial with the process was quickly reaching 20 and beyond.

I think this is good example of how communication on definitions can go wrong. In contrast, you might come across language teachers, who will say that most people are unable to speak properly even their native tongue.

A Portuguese native speaker might insist s he speaks absolutely no Spanish, but does in reality a lot better than an English native speaker in an intermediary Spanish course, saying s he is able to speak just a bit.

Learning through reading As I previously mentioned, me learning a language very much revolves around reading. This a very straight-forward technique and hardly an original way to study a language. Perhaps a little more unique is downplaying the importance of knowing grammar by heart, and placing the emphasis on being able to recognise grammar passively and, as an extension, to understand what a particular grammatical element actually expresses.

This is only possible thanks to the great innovation of online dictionaries that allow you to get a away with not having to know the base form of any given word.

Traditional dictionaries seldom include different grammatical forms of the same word because of space constraints — something which no longer matters in the case of online dictionaries. I have no idea. What does it mean, this 3. There are, of course, some downsides to this method that might pose a challenge when first adapting this new mindset.

First, the emphasis Valus ola Hrush liigesed placed on reading Bold Squats valus written text of the language, which is perhaps not the skill people usually want to develop.

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I doubt that there are many people who set out to learn a new language, because they really really want only to read it. The written language can diverge quite a bit from the spoken language, and you might might be accused of learning something which does not exist in reality — that you are learning an artificial system of the language, rather than the language itself.

Listening is a very simple solution to compensate for the inherent artificiality of the written language, be it a popular radio or TV station of the target language. Ultimately reading and listening will Bold Squats valus in actually being able to communicate, but the way there might be a little long and bumpy at first.

The second problem is more of a technical kind.

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Not all languages are equally represented in Wiktionary or on-line in general, and you might have trouble finding a dictionary that also offers sufficient information on the grammar. Persian, on the other hand, is reasonably well represented in the English Wiktonary, thus learning Persian was smooth sailing since the first day, even though it uses Bold Squats valus same Arabic script with voluntary vowel marks.

In the case of non-alphabet languages, such as Chinese, the problem is also that the writing system does not really depict the sound of the language.

In the following segment, I will continue with five more specific pointers on attitudes related language learning Liigeste ravi Chokraki jarv languages in general. How many cases does the language have? Does this language have genders?

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And so on. These days, even before I start learning the language, I read a little about the grammar of the language and think on, whether or not I want to learn this language in the first place, with the kind of grammar it has. Most students seem to Bold Squats valus terrified of grammar, however.

Most teachers too, and that is why getting through all the grammar of the language can be dreadfully slow — in the university curriculae it usually takes two years, before all the topics are covered. As for games and other interactive exercises, then yes, they do improve your communication skills they might even improve your communication skills in that particular foreign languagebut they also draw a lot of resources and often those resources are limited to two minute seminars per week away from the actual purpose of being in class — learning the foreign language.

Yet the attention of modern language teaching, be it in the classroom with a teacher or independently with a teach-yourself programme, is overwhelmingly on active communication. What I did Bold Squats valus during these two weeks, was to passively recognize most of the Hungarian case system and the key elements of Bold Squats valus Hungarian sentence. When that does happen, however, I would already like to be able express rather complex ideas on history, politics or whatever, even though I still might have trouble ordering coffee or cake in a café.

There are plenty of Romance loans in Basque, despite it being an isolate. I would make distinction between two types of relationships. But there can also be merely lexical relationship, when genetically different languages share a common vocabulary. Language relations can certainly be taken into account in language study, as languages of the same sub-family overlap tremendously both in grammar and vocabulary.

I suppose that by learning a variety of different languages, it has somehow improved my ability generalise the Romance language system, thus making Italian more transparent. Perhaps getting acquainted with a foreign system helps to solidify the system you already know?

In a similar vein, even though I still struggle when I open up a text in Arabic, learning some Persian and Turkish has made it somehow more comprehensible.

For me, that language is Estonian — a relatively Kasi valutab kuunarnukis kui maardunud thing when compared to the big languages of the world this both in the number of speakers and grammatical propertiesso the internal logic of the Bold Squats valus stands well apart from English.

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Still, it would be completely impossible for me to learn other languages without using English, already from the fact that most online resources are available in English. That being said, there are many languages, where being stuck in English logic does not really help.

I Bold Squats valus English really struggles in describing case or conjugation systems, simply because these concepts do not exist. Bold Squats valus for vocabulary, even though I use English-based dictionaries, I would try to take apart the foreign language elements and translate them separately to Estonian.

Yet the reality is that the vast majority of modern languages are exceptionally uniform in the system of concepts they use. But since these concepts are very common for the kind of texts I happen to read, they just crop up. One of the things I found most difficult in learning Ancient Greek — asides the overwhelming amount of irregular grammar — was the fact that the system of concepts was so alien to me.

The element of time touches language-learning on another level as well — once you get to know enough languages of the same family group, it becomes clear that not only do related languages have strong grammatical and vocabulary similarities, but that they are often subjected Bold Squats valus certain general trends.

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In that sense, English has progressed Bold Squats valus fastest, since it has lost entirely its cases, genders, and has an extremely comprehensive tense system based on auxiliary verbs. Swedish lies somewhere in-between, since it too has lost its cases, but still maintains two genders and requires the adjective to agree in gender and number to the noun they describe.

German is far more conservative, as it still has a system of four cases and three different genders. The adjective has to agree in gender and number to the noun they describe.

In many ways, the grammar system of modern Icelandic is the same as that of the Old English before the Norman Invasion.

Modern Icelandic speakers can still understand the ancient sagas of the 10th and 11th century. You can try, if Beowulf makes any sense in Old English.

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You can be as unsystematic as you want — if a certain technique suits you better, or a certain aspect of the language seems easier, you can pursue that and ignore the hard parts. The reason, why I put so much emphasis on reading, is because it is by far the easiest, the most flexible Bold Squats valus, for me.

This means that — primarily due to the socio-political Bold Squats valus Vitamiinid valude liigestega some languages change faster thsu belonging to the core of language change than other languages.

Sellele järgnevad mõned konkreetsemad tähelepanekud seoses teatud arusaamadega keeleõppes ja keelesuhete kohta üldisemalt. Keeleoskuse mõõtmise Bold Squats valus ülesanne Kui ma lõpetasin gümnaasiumi, oskasin enda meelest umbes kaht ja poolt keelt — emakeelena eesti keelt, inglise keelt, mis tuli külge valdavalt meedia vahendusel ja lihtsamal tasemel saksa keelt, mida olin õppinud alates kuuendast klassist.

Saksa keel oli valus lihtsalt harja all ebamäärane territoorium, kuna koolis alustasin sellega nullist ja pidasin toona seda kohutavalt keeruliseks, mõeldes gümnaasiumist lõpul, et ma ei õpi enam kunagi sõnakestki saksa keelt.

Edasi ülikooli minnes oli mul mõte õppida prantsuse keelt, mida ma mõningase eduga ka tegin ja võtsin Bold Squats valus keele algastme tunde.

Sel ajal huvitas mind väga mõte lugeda prantsuse kirjandust prantsuse keeles ja arvasin, et kui püsin prantsuse keele juures õpingute lõpuni, midagi ehk kolmanda õppeaasta lõpuks ehk ka oskan. Kusagil prantsuse keele esimese ja teise semestri vahel, sattus minu kätte vana prantsuse keele õpik, mõeldud edasijõudnutele. Ma ei arvanud kuidagi, et olen edasijõudnud prantsuse keele õppija, kuid kuna õpikus oli suur hulk prantsuse kirjanduse tekste originaalkeeles, jätsin raamatu alles ja sundisin end sellest ka läbi — suuresti tänu veebipõhistele sõnaraamatutele mis tänuväärselt pööras minu eest ära kõik tüütud ebareeglipärased prantsuse tegusõnad ning õpikusisesele sõnastikule — umbes poole aasta jooksul.

Lisaks õpikutekstide lugemisele, üritasin kuulata nii palju prantsuse keelt kui võimalik. Mõju ei olnud kohene, kuid umbes neljandaks prantsuse keele kursuseks tajusin üha rohkem, et klassis edeneme teosammul, arutades teemasid, mille kohta olin lugenud umbes pool aastat varem.

Otsustasin kursusest loobuda, kuna tundsin, et ma võiksin samahästi keelega ka ise edasi tegeleda. Järgmisel semestril võtsin küll paar kursust, mis toimusid prantsuse keeles, kuid prantsuse keele kursust ennast, pole ma pärast seda enam läbida suutnud. Selle asemel keskendusin algtaseme kursustele teistes keeltes — esmalt oli soome ja hispaania keel, siis vanakreeka ja vene, natukene hiljem rootsi ja islandi ja nii edasi.

Enamus keeltest loobusin pärast Bold Squats valus paari semestrit, sest kursustega paralleelselt võõrkeelsete tekstide lugemine viis mind kiiresti kursuse kavast mööda.

Mõne keele juurde jäin ka kauemaks, eriti vanakreeka keele, mis näis nõnda keerulisena, et tegelesin sellega peaaegu kolm aastat klassikalise filoloogia osakonnas. Teistega jätkasin iseseisvalt, lugedes juhuslikult edasijõudnud taseme õpikuid ja kuulates võõrkeelseid raadiojaamu. Mingil hetkel jõudsin järeldusele, et ei ole tegelikult vaja keeleõpikut, kui kogu internet on täis kergesti kättesaadavaid tekste. Piiratud aeg muutus üha rohkem probleemiks ja kuigi mõnda aega alustasin kahe uue keelega iga semester, otsustasin viimaks, et pole tegelikult vaja ka keelekursusi, kui internet on täis kergesti kättesaadavaid tekste soovitud keeles.

Seitse aastat pärast ebamäärast mõtet õppida prantsuse keelt lähenes minu õpitud keelte hulk isegi kui õppimine ise oli tahtlikult pinnapealne kiiresti kahekümnele ja sellest üle. See Bold Squats valus nii surnuid kui ka elusaid keeli, algselt indo-euroopa keelte euroopa haru, kuigi olen teadlikult üritanud tutvuda taksonoomiliselt erinevate keeltega. Oled ehk näinud Bold Squats valus lindistust Ziad Fazahi kohta — mees, kes väidab end teadvat 58 erinevat keelt ja kes paljastatakse, justkui, mitte oskavat suuremat osa neist.

Ma arvan, et see on hea näide, kuidas kommunikatsioon definitsioonide pinnal võib minna valesti. Vastukaaluks, kohtud elu jooksul inimestega, kes ütlevad enamik Abi valu ei suuda korralikult rääkida isegi oma emakeelt. Nõnda, kuigi tean, et suudan pidada vestlust umbes viies võõrkeeles, ja paaris lisaks teha end arusaadavaks, ei ole kuidagi võimalik mõõta ühe keele tundmise koondmõju sellele lähedalt seotud keeltele.

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Portugali emakeelne kõneleja võib olla üdini veendunud, et ta hispaania keelt üldse ei tea, kuid saab tegelikkuses palju paremini hakkama, kui inglise emakeelne kõneleja keskastme hispaania-keele kursusel, kes leiab, et ta natukene ikka oskab. Lugemise kaudu õppimine Nagu varem mainisin, minu keeleõpe keerleb paljuski lugemise ümber.

Zhang, Dong; Yin, Dong; Song, Chenxi; Zhu, Chengang; Kirtane, Ajay J; Xu, Bo; Dou, Kefei The intentional strategy aggressive side branch SB protection strategy: elective two-stent strategy or jailed balloon technique is thought to be associated with lower SB occlusion rate than conventional strategy provisional two-stent strategy or jailed wire technique. However, most previous studies showed comparable outcomes between the two strategies, probably due to no risk classification of SB occlusion when enrolling patients.

Tegemist on väga lihtsakoelise tehnikaga ja keeleõppes pole see lähenemine ka väga originaalne. Ehk natukene ainulaadsem siiski on rõhuda grammatika passiivsele äratundmisele ja loogilise jätkuna ka mõista konkreetse grammatilise elemendi funktsiooniselle asemel, et õppida täiuslikult pähe erinevaid grammatilisi vorme.