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    Emberynus The Dragonslayer


    🙂 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



    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.

    Emberynus The Dragonslayer


    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


    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!


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

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