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Propaedeutic value Anonymous
13/06/13(Thu)00:54 No.1746
Propaedeutic value Anonymous 13/06/13(Thu)00:54 No.1746   []

Would you say that learning Lojban reduces the time it takes to acquire a natural language (moreso than another natural language would)? It's well established that Esperanto has this effect. Has anybody learned a language prior to and after Lojban and was it easier?

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RE: Propaedeutic value la xedja
15/08/20(Thu)22:08 No.1794 []

>>1746
I would say that after learning a second language, learning a third becomes easier. Or fourth, or whatever. I don't think it really matters what the second language is.

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Anonymous
17/02/14(Tue)16:40 No.1826 []
>>1794

I would agree that it's about learning a foreign language, not about Lojban in particular. If anything, I would imagine learning Lojban may be more difficult since its grammar is so far from natural languages. For example, I imagine learning Latin would be more helpful than Lojban, since it teaches you rather common natural language grammar (word classes, tenses, gender, etc.) that don't exist or are abstracted by Lojban's unique approach to language.
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