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Re: Learning Resources

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Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-31, 1:37

Added some very good resources for Dogrib (Athabascan) to the main list. Just a shame they don't have any audio for it. But it's still an exceptionally good textbook and dictionary set.

Great, now I have another language to taunt me. :para:

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-06-02, 16:42

I've found this site with Passamaquoddy dictionary, videos, and other documents.

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-06-19, 15:11

Here is a book about Lakhota syntax:

http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de/pubman/item/e ... 1977_o.pdf


I've found it in this site.

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby ceid donn » 2012-07-16, 17:15

Squamish/Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Coast Salish):

Here's a new language blog by a Squamish man who's working to revitalize the language:

http://squamishlanguage.com/

His twitter account: @Khelsilem

According to wiki there's only about 10 native speakers (2010 stats). So access to someone teaching the language via social media is great.

[flag]mic[/flag] Mi'kmaq

On Twitter: @pemaptoq -- a word a day from Mi’gmaq-Mi’kmaq Online; http://mikmaqonline.org

And for finding speakers and learners on Twitter for various indigenous languages (although NAILs are sadly underrepresented): http://indigenoustweets.com/ (And if you wish, you can get your twitter account added--when I learn a bit more Mi'kmaq I'd ask to have mine added to the Mi'kmaq list. There's only 4 so far! :( )

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby księżycowy » 2012-07-16, 21:41

Still is quite a nice list. Great to see such a diverse group.

Too bad I don't have a twitter account (or really have a need for one).

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby ceid donn » 2012-07-21, 6:51

Don't know if anyone's seen these yet:

[flag]nv[/flag] Navajo:

There's a You Tube user named daybreakwarrior who's been putting up videos for Navajo lessons/word of day. Here's his videos for counting in Navajo:

0-10: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7XeCFNL ... ure=relmfu
11-20: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkSw5-XK ... ure=relmfu
21 and beyond: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljU0SAsl ... ure=relmfu

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-08-13, 10:54

I've searched through this forum and I think no one posted this link:

http://ankn.uaf.edu/index.html

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Lauren » 2012-09-05, 19:27

Here is a fixed link to the Oneida dictionary:
http://www.uoftbookstore.com/online/merchant.ihtml?pid=331344&step=4
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Re: Learning Resources

Postby księżycowy » 2012-09-05, 23:07

Hildakojon wrote:Here is a fixed link to the Oneida dictionary:
http://www.uoftbookstore.com/online/merchant.ihtml?pid=331344&step=4

Hmmm, I just tried both my original link and your new link and neither seem to work for me. :hmm:

At any rate, if anyone is interested in either the Cayuga and/or Oneida dictionary, just go to the University of Toronto Press site and search for them.

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Postby Lauren » 2012-09-08, 6:15

http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~mathiotm/Mathiot/

A huge Tohono O'odham to English Dicitonary. Files are Volume I.pdf and Volume II.pdf. I'm loving O'odham. :yiihi:
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Re: Learning Resources

Postby księżycowy » 2012-09-08, 12:35

Looks like a great dictionary! I'll add it to the main list.

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Lauren » 2012-09-13, 23:37

http://www.puyalluptriballanguage.org/news.html

This site contains "news", which has Southern Lushootseed phrases and sentences, quite a bit! The site also has two stories in Southern Lushootseed.
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Re: Learning Resources

Postby księżycowy » 2012-09-13, 23:46

Interesting, thanks!
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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-09-17, 12:23

Papago /O'odham

Here is a grammar of Papago (O'odham):

http://www.sil.org/acpub/repository/15222.pdf



Spokane (a Salishan language):

I've found also a language blog by a Spokane man:

http://spokanesalish.wordpress.com/

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-09-19, 20:36

New dictionaries in an already posted link ! !

I've found this Tlingit dictionary:

http://www.sealaskaheritage.org/program ... ry_web.pdf

and this Haida dictionary:

http://www.sealaskaheritage.org/program ... ry_web.pdf

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby księżycowy » 2012-09-22, 18:24

http://tutor.firstvoices.com/LMSWrapper ... Login.aspx

If you can actually make it into any of the courses and use them let me know.
Otherwise it looks like a potentially interesting link for Canadian First Nation languages.

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby księżycowy » 2012-11-01, 14:09

Some of the Colville-Okanagan Salish textbooks/readers are posted here:
http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/lang/oka/guide

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Re: Learning Resources

Postby handsomenavajo01 » 2012-11-15, 1:22

księżycowy wrote:Added some very good resources for Dogrib (Athabascan) to the main list. Just a shame they don't have any audio for it. But it's still an exceptionally good textbook and dictionary set.

Great, now I have another language to taunt me. :para:


Where is this textbook?
I am learning Dogrib at my own pace. Since it’s a sister language to my language. :partyhat:
’Ayóo shaa dzólní, ’aoo’, t’áá íídą́ą́’ shił bééhózin éí lá biniinaa ’at’ééké chxǫǫ́h dashinízin. T’óó ’ádíshní! ;)


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