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Where's the best place to discuss Khmer language and such? I don't see a specific area for it. I'm actively learning the language, so it's it's nice bounce stuff off others every now and then.
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Topic please mods... Happy to discuss with Jacob, but probably not interesting to GenPop.
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StroppyChops wrote:Topic please mods... Happy to discuss with Jacob, but probably not interesting to GenPop.
Agreed! Is there a place to suggest topics? Maybe I missed it.
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Would you like this moved to the "Cambodian Culture" section? That should cover a nation's language.
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General Mackevili wrote:Would you like this moved to the "Cambodian Culture" section? That should cover a nation's language.
That seems like a good home for it. Like a subsection or what?
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Jacob, are you taking the classes at IFL RUPP?
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giblet wrote:Jacob, are you taking the classes at IFL RUPP?
Nope. I considered it awhile ago, but really enjoy one on one tutors combined with LINK. What about you?
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I thought I recognized your avatar as someone I had taken a class at RUPP with. I am just starting up again with private lessons. I've fallen seriously far behind.
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giblet wrote:I thought I recognized your avatar as someone I had taken a class at RUPP with. I am just starting up again with private lessons. I've fallen seriously far behind.
Good luck! What level are you in? If I went, I don't know which class I'd take.
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Ok you language wizards. Bestow your wisdom upon me.

Two words:

ប្រលេក - Google translate says, briefly. My Trusted khmer dictionary says nothing, meaning there is no listing. I trust Google translate as much as a Khmer water faucet.

កម្លាំងខ្សោយ I know កម្លាំង means energy. I know ខ្សោយ means weak. I can come up with a fairly educated conclusion but wanted to check and see first. Google translate says, faint which I guess is a possible answer.
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