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Regular Lojban Study Group for Beginners

coi ro do (Hello everyone!)

We will be having regular Lojban study groups every two weeks. We use "What is Lojban?  .i la lojban. mo" (see the link below) as our textbook to guide us through the wonderful world of Lojban. In our first study group, we'll cover the first chapter,  "Questions and Answers on Lojban" so everyone is encouraged to read the chapter briefly beforehand and join the discussion.

If you are willing to prepare a bit of materials and lead the discussion, please let us know.


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  • Masato H.

    And I believe this is the poem that Phillip introduced during the session: ckape litru by xorxes:

    May 24, 2013

  • Masato H.

    Thank you all for coming! That was a fun session again. I'll upload the materials shortly. By the way, Phillip and I had a question on the usage of "binxo" (to change, become). When we say "become large" for example, "barda binxo" seems to be a right translation. See other usages of binxo here (by the way, I developed this jufsisku system :)

    May 24, 2013

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