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    Anonymous

    Вітаю (Vitayu)! I was wondering if there are any native Belarusian speakers on the forum? I've been trying to teach myself Belarusian but I've been having a hard time finding comprehensive resources on the Internet (from Belarusian to English…I know there are a lot more resources from Belarusian to Russian, unfortunately I don't speak fluent Russian).  Thanks for any of your help. Дзякуй (Dziakuy). 

    #410046

    Anonymous

    Sorry can't help you, I have enough trouble trying to learn Russian.  Was thinking of Rosetta stone but heard it isn't any good

    #410047

    Anonymous
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    Вітаю (Vitayu)! I was wondering if there are any native Belarusian speakers on the forum? I've been trying to teach myself Belarusian but I've been having a hard time finding comprehensive resources on the Internet (from Belarusian to English…I know there are a lot more resources from Belarusian to Russian, unfortunately I don't speak fluent Russian).  Thanks for any of your help. Дзякуй (Dziakuy).

    Hm, there were few active users, but no trace of them for some time. Let's hope somebodywill appear.

    #410048

    Anonymous
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    Вітаю (Vitayu)! I was wondering if there are any native Belarusian speakers on the forum? I've been trying to teach myself Belarusian but I've been having a hard time finding comprehensive resources on the Internet (from Belarusian to English…I know there are a lot more resources from Belarusian to Russian, unfortunately I don't speak fluent Russian).  Thanks for any of your help. Дзякуй (Dziakuy).

    Hello Kvietka and welcome to the forum!

    Check out download material and book references at

    http://pravapis.org/ and
    http://www.belarus-misc.org/bel-ling.htm

    http://www.belarus-misc.org/download/book01-rev2.pdf – conversational Belarusian
    http://www.pravapis.org/lphrase2001.pdf – Belarusian Phrase Book and Dictionary

    Book2 English – Belarusian (Beginners) can be purchased on Amazon.

    The North American Association for Belarusian Studies (with some courses on Belarusian language)
    http://www.belarusianstudies.org/  –

    There are good chances of finding classes in community colleges or universities if you live in a large city. You may approach a teacher or lecturer asking about the kind of study material he or she uses in his or her classes.

    #410049

    Anonymous

    That's a really good idea.  Some community colleges offer language lessons and a very cheap price if they are for non credit.  You might want to check out continuing adult education in your area.  And yes, welcome to the forum.  sorry I should have stated that before. 

    #410050

    Anonymous

    Thank you Rodv and Sviatogor! Your posts really helped a lot. Дзякуй (Dziakuy)!  :)

    #410051

    Anonymous
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    Thank you Rodv and Sviatogor! Your posts really helped a lot. Дзякуй (Dziakuy)!  :)
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    Not sure where you are but some areas with large Slavic populations offer language classes.

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