Nero wrote:I like the resources thread - very well organized, very impressive!
księżycowy wrote:Any suggestions or interest?
księżycowy wrote:Well we might have some potential for this endeavor, if someone can manage to get a copy from a library.
I was looking through the listings at WorldCat.org and it doesn't seem like there's a library that has it close enough to me . . .
Otherwise we might be out of luck. Too much of the pdf copy is unreadable . . .
johnH wrote:So little activity I would like to contribute.‹(·—·)› I can't really contribute I guess your right about the mergers for once.
‹·—·› Australian aboriginal languages, are also fascinating.
ILuvEire wrote:Well, they sure are...something. Interesting isn't the word I'd use ;P
Formiko wrote:ILuvEire wrote:Well, they sure are...something. Interesting isn't the word I'd use ;P
Stromethius is our local Aborigine expert. I took one class (literally one class) of Warlpiri. I'm too much into NDN and West African languages to devote any time to them, so I dropped it. (The teacher was a very pretty girl, a rare find in that sprachbund.
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