księżycowy wrote:Interesting indeed that you learned Mohawk while working on a Cheyenne translation of the NT!
Formiko wrote:I was more of a gofer, I didn't do any real cool stuff, but it was pretty wild that I learned Mohawk from a Cheyenne translator
You're just like me. I've taken over 300 classes in NDN languages, and I taught a Native Language Awareness class, but not enough people care about Native languages anymore. The Pama-Nyungan languages are getting all the love now, and I know not one thing about them. They never interested me.
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|à (long a)||á (or) a'||a'|
|ay||ay (or) ai||ai|
|aw||aw (or) au||au|
|ey||ey (or) ei||ei|
księżycowy wrote:Not exactly sure what you mean by NDN languages,
limoneneis wrote:Do you know if any of the algic languages actually has a "real" textbook, I mean with dialogs, audio and exercises, not just a phrasebook?
ILuvEire wrote:Do you know of a real Micmac textbook? I hate using PDFs ><
lacustrine wrote:I didn't see an Ojibwe-specific thread so I created one and added my links http://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=99&t=31687.
lacustrine wrote:I have not really found a good textbook for this language yet, which is surprising given the number of speakers in the US and Canada. If anyone knows of one please link it here.
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