January 27, 2010
As you may have realized, there isn’t much material to start learning lojban. So I’m going to gather as much as I can, and dump it here.
Most of it it’s the official page. However, I found a nice community around the language, and encouraging you to ask all you need.
In the introductory page, the LLG (Logical Language Group) invites us to ask them printed books, as well as to immerse in all the “collected Web and file archives [that] contain all information that we have in distributable form“. That’s exactly what I’m going to do.
Moreover, googling I found another pages with interesting links:
From all this, I found really useful until now, the following books:
From the first one, I read some chapters. It is useful as a theoretical framework, but lacks of vocabulary and exercises to practice.
And that last two are what “Lojban for beginners” is all about. It isn’t really “serious“, and they say it’s an incomplete guide… but it’s a great place to start .
In the next post I’ll be talking about my progresses. I’m not going as fast as I’d like, but in part is because of this blog .