- On pote parla asi, ma ance on pote parla en Facebook asi: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2557990156/ Guido (talk)
- Me comprende lo, ma me foro un loca diferente…un forma diferente. Ance, en me loca de labora me no pote visita FB. Plu me no gusta FB car persones no parla a los mesma frecuente tan multe como publica pitures de gatos.
- En me foro on pote discute tota ce on pote discute en FB, ma la forma es plu intendente e es plu spasio con min “ruido”.
It's very sad...the only new sign-ups we've had recently are spambots...none of the registered users are bothering to post.
It should be known that using LFN to discuss other things besides just LFN would greatly expand the popularity of the language, as well as increase knowledge of and ease with the language itself.
es tan triste...
So sorry, Carlo. I myself don't have enough time or energy for more that I already do, and I imagine that is true for some others as well. You are right, though - it is "tan triste". We are not quite popular enough at this point. But thanks very much for trying! jorj
Alo carlo! Me ia atenta alga veses enscrive a la foro me no ia susede... Patric
Ai ! Me ia no susede denova... Patric
Oce. Me va atenta. Patric
Hello all. I registered on the boards (la Foro). I don't know why but it refused my hotmail adress and i had to enter another one.
Alo! Ce on ta fa ? Yahoogroups es un deserto, la foro de Carlo no funsiona, la vici no es un foro, la otra foros de lingua aidante no aseta elefen... Sola resta me foro "brovreiz,paysbreton/foro.latino/elefen"... Entretempo me dedica me a la vocabulo de me yolik... Patric
Sorry, in english again. I'd just like to know which tag is better on Twitter (or any other social pages using them, like Reddit, Wordpress, Tumbler etc...) ? #elefen ? (that's the one i used for my first tweet in Lingua Franca Nova) #lfn ? #linguafrancanova ? (@doinsk)
Can someone answer concerning the # subject please ?
- I suggest #elefen. But you're probably the first person to use a hashtag for Lingua Franca Nova, so you get to pick. Simon