Efraim MARQUEZ-ARREAZA

30 August 2008

Idiomas - Languages - Langues


Mi idioma nativo es el español / castellano / maracucho y en general me puedo comunicar bien a nivel personal y profesional. Ahora, el ingles lo aprendi de adolecente en Gringolandia (USA) y soy bastante fluido la mayoria del tiempo. Con respecto al frances, lo he estudiado: 90-93 en la secundaria, 96-98 motivado por la copa mundial de futbol en Francia y finalmente 05-07 como preparacion para emigrar a Quebec (provincia francofona de Canada) y curso de “francisation” en la Universite de Montreal... sin embargo, considero que mi nivel esta entre un elemental alto y un intermedio bajo, por falta de practica verbal y escrita.

All this intro is to justify my blog being trilingual, because some of my non-Spanish speaking friends have had some feedback on the previous posts. They want everything is English... but, I am afraid I cannot translate every single post in 3 languages (or hire Alejandra to do so, it would be too expensive... hehehe). Therefore, some posts will be in English, a few in French and most of them in Spanish. So. I would recommend to use Google Translate or filter them by using the labels/tags or why don't we all learn Esperanto “the universal language” in the next couple of years.

Bien, je suis fatigue apres le deballage… ainsi, c'est tout pour l'instant ... mais, continue de venir pour la prochaine entree de blog.

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3 Comments:

  • Yes, let's go for Esperanto as the universal language.

    It is a planned language which belongs to no one country or group of states. Take a look at www.esperanto.net

    Esperanto works! I've used it in speech and writing in a dozen countries over recent years.
    Indeed, the language has some remarkable practical benefits. Personally, I've made friends around the world through Esperanto that I would never have been able to communicate with otherwise. And then there's the Pasporta Servo, which provides free lodging and local information to Esperanto-speaking travellers in over 90 countries.

    By Blogger Bill Chapman, At 4:45 PM  

  • Deutsche würde nett sein ;)

    By OpenID gerardo, At 7:16 PM  

  • Thanks guys for your input... now, I will learn: Esperanto, German, Japanese and Arabic ;-) Nooot!!!

    By Blogger Efraim, At 1:23 PM  

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