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I was drawn to TP by the small vocabulary and the ease of learning. My intention was / is to see if I could write about every day life and still understand what I wrote 6 months later. I also wanted to create a few new synapses in my brain.
I don't have a great short term memory, so it took me about 2 weeks to memorize the vocabulary. jan Pie's excellent lessons taught me the basics and members on this forum corrected my TP writing as I went along. That feedback was/is vital for learning TP. There are also a number of questions that jan Sonja needs to answer in order to get everyone on the same page:viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1181
There are a number of concepts of 'thinking in TP' which I don't have down yet. These include no passive in TP, no multiple clauses, inanimate objects cannot think, have ownership, being careful not to use calques, etc.
My verdict is still out on how much I can write about using TP without using too many Unofficial words for clarification. I am still having trouble reading and understanding other people's TP writing. I am hoping I will understand more with practice.
Oh, and I also liked the idea of TP being a secret language, known only to a small number of people. Hopefully this will grow to a large number of people in the future.