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In XKCD Up Goer Five, the author describes the Saturn V rocket using only the thousand most common words in the English language. It's possible to do so, but not practical, convenient, terribly accura …
answered May 3 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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An answer saying "I tried using [academic paper search engine X] using terms A and B only came up with paper C which was talking about D and paper E talking about F" would be a good way of indicating …
answered Apr 21 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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I think we should rely upon people using common sense and entertain the possibility that a site called "language learning" may include questions about teaching, and peruse the questions in the site to …
answered Apr 7 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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I would say no. I don't know how useful or useless a site for learning programming languages is, but I think there's not much overlap between learning a programming language and learning a natural la …
answered Apr 6 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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spaced-repetition For questions related to a method of study that increases interval of time between reviews of older, more experienced terms. srs Questions about spaced repetition software …
asked Feb 22 '17 by Andrew Grimm
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I think it's better to provide more detail than less. If there's a website dedicated solely to Mongolian tutors in Sydney, by all means recommend it. If there's a website dedicated solely to Mongoli …
answered Jun 12 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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Questions about an individual language are off-topic. Questions about learning an individual language are on-topic.
answered Apr 6 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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"Read-write" sounds a bit awkward. I would prefer "written-language" (or "written"). I hope we don't get an overly jargony word like "orthography".
answered Apr 8 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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The question https://languagelearning.stackexchange.com/questions/459/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-learning-a-phonetic-notation-to-learn-mongolian has been closed, and has received no votes to re-o …
asked Apr 21 '16 by Andrew Grimm
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Unless someone's being forced to learn a language, people have to evaluate whether or not to learn a language. It'd be rather tragic if someone learnt a language, and only later on found out that no-o …
answered Aug 11 '16 by Andrew Grimm