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“Stop butchering my language!” This is the message that James Winegar, a physics student, got when he tried to strike a conversation in Czech with a local PhD student at Austin Peay State University in Czech Republic. This is after James had spent one summer trying to develop his languag…
21 February 2013
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Czech > English: 112,448 words
English > Czech: 69,285 words
Last update: November 14, 2003
First upload: August 9, 2002
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