Daily Archives: July 19, 2020

Saying The Quiet Part Out Loud

[Note:  This is the prepared text for a message given to the Portland congregation of the United Church of God on Sabbath, July 18, 2020.] There is saying that you know you are in trouble when you have to say … Continue reading

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Book Review: Klengen Dictionnare: Fransceich-Letzebuergesch

Klengen Dictionnare: Fransceich-Letzebuergesch, by Actioun-Lezebuergesch One can learn a fair amount about a language by looking at its dictionaries.  This dictionary generally begins with the French and then contains the equivalent word or expression in Luxembourgish.  This is unsurprising given … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lëtzebuergesch fir all Dag. Lektiounen 9-16

Lëtzebuergesch fir all Dag. Lektiounen 9-16, by  Guy Bentner & Frederic Noens One of the interesting aspects of seeing material like this is the way that in a rather small number of lessons (16), the authors assume that the reader … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lëtzebuergesch fir all Dag. Lektiounen 1-8

Lëtzebuergesch fir all Dag. Lektiounen 1-8, by  Guy Bentner & Frederic Noens It is difficult to figure out who exactly this book is for.  The fact that I am reading it and enjoyed the book and what it had to … Continue reading

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