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  • #118014
    Emberynus The Dragonslayer
    @emberynus-the-dragonslayer

    @eitan

    🙂 The schools around here are opening up again soon(I think) our governor keeps changing his mind. 🙁 Of course we’re homeschooled so it doesn’t really affect us.

    Arabic sounds like it would be a very confusing language to learn. I’m glad you enjoy it though.

    I’ve been doing pretty good. My friends are doing okay. . . No real breakthroughs or anything. Keep praying.

    How are your friends?

    Sold souls and dead promises

    #118108
    Eitan
    @eitan

    @emberynus-the-dragonslayer

    Arabic is really difficult for English speakers – it has a very exotic sound inventory and grammar. But, since it’s close to Hebrew, the grammar is pretty similar, and though the sounds aren’t, I’m good at weird accents 😉 It’s different enough from Hebrew to be exotic, and close enough to not be too complicated. And I find it a really beautiful language!

    And there’s the writing system, that’s actually pretty easy once you understand it – almost no weird spellings like in Hebrew and English 🙂

    I was talking about the friend you were trying to reach with the gospel – how is it going?

    My friends are good, though 🙂

     

     

    You don't need to see the wind itself in order to hear the rustling leaves.

    #118116
    Emberynus The Dragonslayer
    @emberynus-the-dragonslayer

    @eitan

    Sounds fun! I’ve always wanted to learn other languages! Especially Greek and Chinese. I have no idea why. LOL

    Eh. Not the greatest. We don’t get a lot of chances to interact. 🙁 But keep praying anyways. Hopefully I can reach them soon.

    I’m glad your friends are doing well.

    How is your writing? Have you been working on anything new?

    Sold souls and dead promises

    #118205
    Sarahfi
    @sarahfi

    Your story is so amazing, Eitan! I’m Sarah.

    I guess I’m not the only one who wants to learn Hebrew here. I agree with you on English; it really is an insane language. I know some Spanish, and although it’s got a lot of past tenses, the spelling and forms are a lot simpler.

    I don’t know if anyone has mentioned him yet, but C. S. Lewis is a great author who might be famous enough to be translated. He wrote Christian fiction and nonfiction, and though his theology can get a little weird he has some great thoughts. (You might already know about him, who knows.)

    I hope I see you around!

    Sarah

    What you sow does not come to life unless it dies.
    -1 Corinthians 15:36b

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