księżycowy wrote:That's a pretty good textbook, but there are some omissions and such. If you need any help with anything let me know and I can try consulting Beginning Creek and/or Intermediate Creek.
Bijlee wrote:Thanks!! I'll keep that in mind
I've been using your Muskogee topic(http://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=122&t=36792) for learning tones since the pdf didn't really hit on it. If there's anything important about that that you didn't put, that'd be great.
księżycowy wrote:Yeah, I hope to one day revive that thread. Muskogee is a fascinating language.
And I don't believe I left anything out, but I'll double check tomorrow just to be on the safe side.
Bijlee wrote:I'll make another post tonight with some stuff.
That's all that matters.I lied again :X. I don't know why I find it so hassle-some to update. I'm still learning Creek though, even though I never update.
razlem wrote:It surprises me how different Creek is from the other Muskogean languages
księżycowy wrote:You've probably seen this before, but the website that the pdf textbook came from has some stories. They have quite a few mythological/folk tales there.
The only thing that sucks as far as doing one of those for the Powwow is that most of them are already glossed, translated, and grammatically broken down.
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