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    arunavcd Posts: 89, Reputation: 3
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    Jun 21, 2005, 02:38 PM
    Learning Spanish, French and German Languages
    Can anyone tell me easiest way of learning languages, mainly; Mandarin, Tamil and Bahasa Melayu? I have my friends with who I can communicate. But still I want some black and white teachings. French, German and Spanish languages are also needed...
    Thanks for your kind attention...
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    Jun 22, 2005, 05:34 AM
    Your best bet at doing some research on the easiest way to learn a language would be to use a search engine, such as, and type in something like "learn spanish", without quotes, and click on Search.
    You will find many, many links with helpful hints.
    Best wishes,
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    arunavcd Posts: 89, Reputation: 3
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    Jun 22, 2005, 06:25 AM
    Thanks for the help...
    Thanks for becoming a helpful friend...
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    Feb 20, 2006, 03:49 AM
    Hi everybody!
    Greetings from Pinochio, I'm new here and seems me interesting. You'll probably find me in several forums. I hope to enjoy posting and asking questions.
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    Feb 20, 2006, 04:51 AM
    French German and Spanish are all members of the Indo-European language family. French and Spanish are latin and German is a Germanic language.
    Spanish is pretty similar to English and is far easier for English- speaking, than is English for Spanish speaking people. French spelling is difficult as is the pronunciation but if you really want to learn you'll surpass this difficulty. German: Standard German or Hoch Deutsch is a very interesting language, you can assembly words like Weltsicherheitsrat = World's Security Council and unlike English you don't need to serve on latin stems to express an idea.
    The best way to learn any of this languages is buying a bilingual dictionary and a gramatic book: Gramatica de la lengua espaņola, Gramatique de la Langue Francaise or Grammatik der Deutschen Sprache.
    I hope I have been helpful.

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