I couldnít think of a good topic for this lesson, so I have taken the knowledge from the other 14 lessons, and have written up a little Mando monologue. And I want to issue a challenge/offer to all those who read these: write one of your own and post it here! Feel free to adjust mine (thatís why Iíve underlined key words, just change those to suit your needs and youíre golden!) or if you can take the time, write up what ever you want. And it doesnít need to be about you specifically. It can be about the Mandalorian you want to be, or a Mandalorian character you made up.
I also wanted to issue a little notice here, in case you missed the journal entry. This is going to be the last lesson for a while. I want to thank everyone who favourites them, and gives me so much encouragement, Iíve appreciated it and youíve all kept me going this long. But I have run out of ideas for what to focus the lessons on. (With maybe the exception of pronunciation, but Iíll be honest, pronunciation is so hard for me to express phonetically. I rely a lot more on listening to people speaking [or singing] to learn how to say things.)
(And I want to get back into drawing. Making these lessons take up a lot of the precious little free time I have, and that leaves no more time for drawing. And I freakiní miss it!)
So thank you all for visiting these. Hopefully in the future I will be able to bang out the odd lesson as I think of new topics that the (sadly limited) dictionary can focus on, but until then I hope my drawings will also provide some amusement. ^_^
Oh, and the regular disclaimers:
Mandoía was created by Karen Traviss, and is property of LucasArts. Iíve taken all this information from Karen Travissís webpage(she has a great dictionary and grammar guide to use). I have tried to put the information in lessons that could be (theoretically) taught in a classroom, because I canít teach myself a language just by reading a dictionary and I thought if there were more people like me out there, they would find these useful.