On the right you'll find a list of languages I might be able to handle, in preferred order, and below are some subjects I know reasonably well. Feel free to request information or assistance on my talk page.
Most common alias: WurdBendur
Occupation: Student (Fine Art)
My Wikipediholic Test score:
Languages I speak / know / study:
- English — My native language
- Esperanto — I'm learning this at lernu!, and I'll probably go to the Esperanto Wikipedia soon.
- Tok Pisin — I'm on the Tok Pisin Wikipedia, but I'm not great with the language.
- German — I studied it in college, but I'm not very good at it anymore.
- 日本語 (Japanese) — I've been studying for a while, but I don't think I'll ever get it.
- Middle Egyptian — I've just started reading about it, and I really don't know anything yet.
Articles I've created
- (now redirects to Phonemic differentiation)
Articles I've edited
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Some things to check out
- I'm also transcribing some of the Wikipedia pages into Shavian in the case that it might be of interest to anyone.
- My Scratch Page where I'll keep works-in-progress before they're polished enough to plug into the Wikipedia.
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