Only enough to not want to see you burn yourself out again.
It's simple, really. Stop me before I start this group up again.
From what I can see, you're doing a good job focusing on Polish and German at this point, but don't be too quick to jump into languages you're interested in but can't handle just yet given where you currently are.
księżycowy wrote:Just what I needed. Dzięki, Vijay.
Eyes on the prize.
We can do a Cayuga study if you have WhatsApp or HelloTalk. I use the Navajo keyboard for GBoard to type my Cayuga. If you can share Wadewayestanih materials with others that would be great. I read that book daily and would like to practice with somebody for once
[flag=]cay[/flag] Gayogo̱hnǫ’ gadewayę’s I am studying the Cayuga language. Joe gya:sǫh. Kanadagwa:dih hǫ:weh knagre’ ne’ wa’ne:. [i]My name is Joe. I live on the Canadian side right now
Where else is this kind of capitalization/punctuation attested anyway? Irish does something similar, but only with proper nouns as far as I can tell. To what extent to Iroquoian languages have a written tradition anyway? I'm not sure there's been enough of a long time for such orthographic details to be ironed out anyway.