Three quick questions

George Athas gathas at ausisp.com
Wed Aug 8 21:05:31 EDT 2001


Hebrew seems harder at first, but ends up being easier -- and this is coming from me,
someone of Greek descent. There's a lot of memory work in Greek, whereas Hebrew ends up
becoming intuitive. Sure, there are the subtleties which take years to master, but that's
the same with every language. Learning a language is like learning to drive a car. Each
car is different, handles differently, has different features, and some are automatics
while others are manuals. It takes time to become a Michael Schumacher, but almost anyone
can drive on the average street.


Best regards,

GEORGE ATHAS
(Sydney, Australia)
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