When I was at my sister's wedding in the UK, my relatives offered to look after our baby for a few minutes while we rampaged through one of Rochester's used bookshops, "Baggins".
It was far too big for a decent perusal of any sort, but before I left… more »
Okay, the warning is perhaps premature, but it could take a while to learn enough Esperanto to go along with the official 'day'.
Having encountered Esperanto a long time ago as one of the more durable 'universal language' attempts around, it was funny… more »
I'm getting prepared to go to Africa this year. True to my nature, I've got books on Swahili, the major language of East Africa, on my reading list in preparation.
I first ran across the Swahili language in a used book called "Jifunze Kiingereza", or… more »