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Postby ILuvEire » 2009-01-26, 5:32

Thank you so much! I'm seriously considering learning Georgian now. I'm definitely going to read about it and start with the script.
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Postby ninkaakanino » 2009-01-26, 7:40

ILuvEire wrote:Thank you so much! I'm seriously considering learning Georgian now. I'm definitely going to read about it and start with the script.


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Postby Stevey7788 » 2010-09-16, 22:46

I've used this one to learn a lot of Georgian:

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Georgian_Swadesh_list
One of the best vocabulary resources ever. YOU can contribute too! http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Swadesh_lists

Imagine a site where you can view standardized word lists of every language on the planet. For free. Check out http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiVocab

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Postby Elaine » 2013-07-31, 11:45

There are Georgian lessons for Turkish speakers. You can check out these videos if you can speak Turkish, and want to learn Georgian.

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x1eswx_gurcuder_gurcuce-video-dersler/1#video=xbhhh0
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Postby E}{pugnator » 2013-08-01, 18:17

boracasli, do you know the monolingual course with explanations in Azeri and Armenian available at

http://www.ice.ge/web/elearning_geo.html ?

I've been using it as much as I could, currently at lesson 52. It's been helping a lot, even if I don't force myself to remember all the words and I can't understand the dialogues fully, as there are no transcriptions.
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Postby Elaine » 2013-08-07, 12:48

I didn't know :( Thanks for informing me about it! I can understand Azerbaijani, so It can help me with learning Georgian ;)
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Postby Fear_a_Phléasc » 2013-12-05, 20:36

http://bib.convdocs.org/docs/42/41449/conv_1/file1.pdf

Georgian-English dictionary in PDF form. Seems fairly extensive.

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Postby stibbshoo » 2014-02-20, 3:57

Because of the lack of word frequency lists which catalog more practical usage of Georgian, I created a collection of word and phrase frequency lists of 50000 entries each from three Georgian news sites:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/4rcu5 ... o_freq.zip

Of special interest are the 2- and 3-word phrase frequency lists in the archive. See the info.txt file for more information.

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Postby HoneyBuzzard » 2014-02-20, 17:10

That's pretty cool. It's interesting to see how different words fare. I wonder why განაცხადა and საქართველოს have such high ranks on civil.ge (3/4 vs. 157/74 on Intermedia and 43/22 on Mediamall). I'm guessing civil.ge has some slogans or other formulaic expressions to bump these words up, but they'd have to be pretty pervasive to beat out common words like ეს and არ (3/4 on both Intermedia and Mediamall). "საქართველოს" currently occurs nine times in headlines on civil.ge though.

Btw. საქმეთა in info.txt is genitive plural, not singular. I wish I had something more substantial to contribute.

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Postby stibbshoo » 2014-02-28, 1:13

I created another frequency list using posts made at the highly active http://forum.ge message board:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/19nws ... e_freq.zip

These files are probably the closest and most relevant examples of regular, colloquial Georgian arranged into word and phrase frequency lists that are currently available for free to download on the internet. Twice as many words were analyzed (22.6 million) than the mediamall list. See the info.txt file included in the archive for more information.

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Postby stibbshoo » 2014-12-16, 23:30

Einführung in die Georgische Sprache (English translation of exercises)
Georgian: A Reading Grammar (web version)

Above is a copy and English translation of all the exercises from Einführung in die Georgische Sprache. Also linked above is a web version of Georgian: A Reading Grammar, including all the lessons, exercises, and readings. It's formatted for easier reading and searching: there's a navigable menu at the top and all references to other sections and end notes are hyperlinked. I hope these documents will be useful to anyone studying Georgian from these sources.

Please let me know if you encounter any typos or general errors in the reproduced content.

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Postby stibbshoo » 2015-03-30, 22:46

Georgian Language and Culture: A Continuing Course

This is a transcription and translation of all the dialogues in the Dialogues section of Georgian Language and Culture. This includes all 110 pages of dialogue content, an original English translation, well as a brief copy of the glossary of idioms found at the end of the dialogues.

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Postby Mutusen » 2016-12-24, 11:50

I created a small website to learn the Georgian alphabet, comments are welcome (as well as tips on where to find freely usable audio).
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