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qatlh Amikumu vIghaqta'? qu'mo'!

venglIj luDab tlhIngan Hol jatlhwI' 'ar? vengwIjDaq tlhIngan Hol jatlhlaHbogh cha' nuv neH vISov; jIH jupwI' De'vID je chaH. 'ach chaq Holvam lughoj luneH latlh net Sovbe'. tlhIngan Hol yejHaD ja'chuqmeH jabbI'ID ghomDaq qabDu' law' tu'lu'. qabpaqDaq nughmey tu'lu' je. pa' ja'chuq jatlhwI'pu' 'ej pa' ghojwI'pu' luQaHlu'. 'ach nuqDaq venglIjDaq tlhIngan Hol jatlhwI'pu', ghojwI'pu', ghojqangwI'pu' je. jIjang; Amikumu.

ghogh HablI' nIqHom chu' 'oH Amikumu'e'. DaH wej nIqHomvam tu'lu', 'ach luchenmoHlI' ghunwI'pu' renwI'pu' je. qu'bej Amikumu qatlh 'e' vIHar? toH... pelaDtaH!


  • Hol mI': latlh nIqHommeyDaq cha'maH Hol SamlaH lo'wI', pagh wa'vatlh Hol SamlaH. 'ach nIqHomvamDaq Hoch Hol DaSamlaH. ISO ngoq ghajchugh Hol, HolvamvaD nIqHom Dalu'laH. tlh 'oHmo' tlhIngan Hol ngoq'e', vaj tlhIngan Hol jatlhwI'pu' DaSamlaH.

  • ghomchuqghach: Hol majatlhmeH nuvpu' vIghomlaHchugh, reH vImaS. qo'na'Daq nuvpu' vIghommeH Amikumu vIlo'laHmo' vIQuch.

  • Huch: bIDIlnISbe'. DuHmey HochHom lo'laH Hoch. DIllu'chugh, DuHmey le' lo'laH.

  • povtaHghach: chenmoHwI'pu' vISov. Holmey law' jatlh 'ej Holmey law' jatlhwI'pu' vInDa' chaH. vaj povbej nIqHomvam.



tlhIngan Hol jatlhwI'pu'vaD lI'qu' Amikumu 'e' vIHar. wa'nem nIqHom lutlhabmoHDI', vIjom jIH 'ej De'wIjDaq tlhIngan Hol vIchel.

meqvammo' KickstarterDaq Amikumu vIghaqta'. tlhIHvaD Dajbej 'e' vIQubmo', Saja' vIneH.

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n_true
Nov. 14th, 2016 01:00 pm (UTC)
If someone is not interested in language learning, they wouldn't sign up on this app, of course. So this is to be understood as mutual language exchange, mostly. E.g. you could offer your help with English, German, Greek, Klingon, Esperanto, and look for people who speak Cornish, Klingon, Esperanto, and perhaps Slovak or something you would like to learn. And then you will find Slovak speakers who live in your town and would like to practice their German with someone. Of course for Maltese, and also for Cornish I guess it will be difficult and you'd have to be quite lucky to find them. But if there's one who would like to practice any other language, you could find them on Amikumu.

But yes, you're right, essentially those people would have to sign up. Another thing will be the places with those languages themselves. When I go to Burma to find speakers, I might actually find them through the app, and then I will know they're really interested in language exchange.

But maybe amuzulo can answer some of your questions...



Edited at 2016-11-14 01:02 pm (UTC)