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Re: Interglossa and Glosa

Xavier Abadia ("Xavier Abadia" <xabadiar@...>) on May 17, 2011

I have prepared a pdf of the Interglossa handbook, more easy to print than = the version online. It is now here: alist/files/Interglossa/

— In, Ian Niles <ian_= niles@…> wrote:

Hi Xavier,

 Thanks a lot for making the = entire text of Interglossa available online.  That's amazing!  
 =  The best Glosa dictionary is the GID (Glosa Internet Dictionary), and you = can download it here:  I like the PDF=  version the best.  The best resource for learning Glosa is here:   http:= //  It's pretty easy to make fast progress with t= he language (because of the language's isolating character and its small nu= mber of roots).  I started learning the language in December of last year, = and it's pretty easy for me to converse and translate using the language no= w.  

If you have any questions, feel free to ask them here.

= Welcome, Ian

To: From: xabadiar@… = Date: Wed, 11 May 2011 10:54:19 +0000 Subject: [glosalist] Interglossa a= nd Glosa

Hello. I’m sorry for not writing in Glosa, I= ‘m new at this group. I already know the handbook of Interglossa, and I h= ave scanned up to text. I invite you to see it online: .com/site/interglossa1943/

I would like to know what is the best dicti= onary of GLOSA I may use to learn the language now. If possible, a dictiona= ry indicating the categories of every word (n., v., adj., adv., prep., and = so on). Actually the handbook of Interglossa presented the vocabulary in = this way.

Thanks in advance.

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