voron wrote:Let's have seasonal gatherings for Slavic languages as well!
The name could be something like Посиделки.
dEhiN wrote:We should also start one for Austronesian languages.
vijayjohn wrote:Well, let's see, I'm in study groups for the following languages, but most of them are dead:
rmanoj wrote:So would now be a good time to bring up that Sanskrit study group idea, or...?
księżycowy wrote:Where have I been!? There's been discussion of a Pashto study group!?
I soooooooo shouldn't have gone to Five Colleges' Lang Media site. Now I wanna start a Vietnamese, Turkmen, Wolof and Hungarian study group.
OldBoring wrote:Are the languages dead, or the study groups dead?
voron wrote:Salajane wrote:Is this the list of all the study groups there are on this forum?
Nah, there is at least one more that Vijay didn't list, it's a group for Zazaki.
księżycowy wrote:It's 95+% of them though.
I thought it was called "Biblical Hebrew", not "Ancient Hebrew". And "Iroquoian" instead of "Cayuga".
Ser wrote:I'm not all that happy with this proliferation of very temporary study groups. But then not much else could be expected from a forum of dabblers.
vijayjohn wrote:Yeah, and I thought you were part of that discussion.
Like księżycowy says, most of them haven't been abandoned for good as far as I can tell. And I'm definitely doing more than just dabbling. Maybe not in his my stupid languages languages, but definitely in a bunch.
vijayjohn wrote:Like księżycowy says, most of them haven't been abandoned for good as far as I can tell. And I'm definitely doing more than just dabbling. Maybe not in his languages, but definitely in a bunch.
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