księżycowy wrote:Seems we've had some activity here lately, that's nice to see.
My words of advice are unless you are 1) Dead-set on learning Greenlandic and/or 2)Know Danish, that you might consider another Inuit language, such as Inuktitut or Ińupiaq. There are just as many (if not more) resources on those dialects/languages, and they are mostly in English. Some of which are quite good. And from if you wanted, you could still learn Greenlandic after, as it's in same language family, and they are all very closely related languages. I'd recommend, if one where to go this route to pick up a dialect of Inuktitut. And yes, I know this is a little out of the way, but so it goes.
Just my two cents on the subject as someone who has spent time and resources on a very similar quest. (Though to be honest, I was more interested in Inuktitut myself, but ended up picking up some books and stuff for Ińupiaq. Haha.)
If you'd like, I could try translating parts from Grønlandsk for begyndere volumes 1 and 2, and Qaagit, and post some lessons here. It would be far from perfect but I've found them to be useful resources, and if you don't want to learn Danish it could be useful.
księżycowy wrote:Though to be honest, I was more interested in Inuktitut myself, but ended up picking up some books and stuff for Ińupiaq.
księżycowy wrote:Give Tusaalanga a look and see what you think. It even has audio, though not for every dialog/dialect. There are some dialects that I would suspect are very similar to Greenlandic. Primarily those of Eastern Canada. Which one(s) specifically, I don't know however.
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