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Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 18:37
by księżycowy
I'll spell it like I want! :P

I'm kidding of course. I'll fix it once I get mod status back.

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 20:16
by vijayjohn
I just noticed that the Beginning Tlingit online link isn't in the list yet.

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 20:24
by księżycowy
Vijay dear, am I the mod again yet? :P

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 20:27
by vijayjohn
You can't edit the list at all until you're a mod? :hmm:

Or you just won't? :P

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 21:12
by księżycowy
Oh, I can edit it, but two things are stopping me:
1. The little line thingy that shows up when a regular user edits a post and more importantly
2. I'm not the mod, so why should I?

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 22:29
by vijayjohn
Doesn't the line thingy show up ever if you are a mod?

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-11-28, 22:30
by księżycowy
Only if you type something into the reason box. Or at least that's how it used to be back when I was the mod.

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-12-14, 11:25
by księżycowy
vijayjohn wrote:I just noticed that the Beginning Tlingit online link isn't in the list yet.

Actually it is listed, it's just not listed specifically. I have the main page listed in that section, though I did update the url.

I went through and added some things to the list too. Oh, and I fixed Mikmaq for you, Vijay.

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2017-12-27, 0:30
by Massimiliano B
A site about the Mahican and the Munsee languages:

http://munseedelaware.com/

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2018-01-02, 19:49
by księżycowy
Sorry for the late reply, Massimiliano, but yeah, I've seen that site before. It's a shame they don't have much there yet, but then again, concidering the languages in question I suppose I shouldn't complain very much.

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2018-01-03, 1:28
by Massimiliano B
And here is another great resource for learning Lushootseed! :-)

https://youtu.be/39_Wk6QfCYQ

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2018-02-12, 4:50
by Koko
There is this pdf that serves as an introduction to Plains Cree. I haven't looked too much of it but it seems good. Only 31 pages

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2018-06-13, 18:20
by Massimiliano B
Since the link for the Lenape Talking Dictionary posted in the first post is dead, I re-post the link:

http://www.talk-lenape.org/

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2018-06-13, 19:20
by księżycowy
Fixed! :)

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2018-10-18, 10:42
by Massimiliano B
A new site for learning the basics of Ditidaht:

http://learnditidaht.ca

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2019-10-06, 20:59
by Massimiliano B
https://www.spokanelanguageculture.com

Spokane language lessons. This language is very similar to Montana Salish (Flathead). The main difference is the presence of the [r], while in the variety spoken in Montana this phoneme evolved into an [l].

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2019-12-01, 15:21
by Massimiliano B
There's a Navajo course on Duolingo, with audio.

EDIT: the audio is available only for the first two skills at the moment.

Re: Learning Resources

Posted: 2019-12-03, 23:41
by awrui
Nimipuutímt (Niimiipuu Language) Course with audio files and downloadable textbooks
https://www.nimipuutimt.org