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Den 2006-06-30 07:51:55 skrev Thomas Alexander <[log in to unmask]>:

>
> No sir.  You are overlooking a critical element in
> my claim.  In order for this to be a comparable
> situation, the "folks at the station" would need to
> be native English speakers who have invested as much
> time into learning Italian as you have invested in
> learning Occidental.  Then, we could see how well they
> could talk to the Moroccan, him in French, them in
> Italian.
>
In mi experientia existe multe personas (gente) qui ha probate studiar  
italiano ma resta in le combatto con le grammatica, durante que personas  
qui studia interlingua o occidental studia relativemente poco grammatica -  
morfologia e plus de parolas (glossas, verba, vordes). Iste facto rende le  
comprension de interlingua o occidental plus facile.

Kjell R
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