Congratulations, You have arrived at the end of this course. Thank You very much, indeed. Now You have got knowledge in the Neoslavonic language, in the first place in its entire grammar. Now You can try it out in the practice.
Remember that Neoslavonic is only an auxiliary and artificial language. Speak slowly and try to adjust Yourself to your speakers. If they will not understand You, repeat the same idea in another way using other words. If you are not sure about Your understanding, try to repeat your partners using different words and ask about it.
Do not be shy to admit that you speak Neoslavonic. Slavs are friendly people, there is no need to pretend that You speak and understand in some real language. Maybe you will experience, for example, a Bulgarian will think that you speak Croatian or Slovak etc. Tell them the truth. Slavic people will be happy about Your talking in an universal language, which sounds similarly to their own. Explain to Your partners what is Neoslavonic, do not hesitate to present the language background.
Moreover, remember that the local Slavic languages have their own specifics, which are useful for You to know. For example, it is not suitable to use some Neoslavonic concept that is not used in the local language of Your speaking partners. Following table shows these constraints in the simplified form:
Dear learner, we wish You to enjoy big success in the useful interslavic communication!