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Alejo
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where can i learn this

Postby Alejo » 2006-07-28, 23:15

:D can anyone share any materials ^^

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Tupi

Postby lyric » 2007-06-06, 14:33

Hello Tupi speakers,

Your help is needed to complete the list of words of encouragement: http://home.unilang.org/wiki3/index.php ... ouragement

i.e. words you say to yourself or others when trying to accomplish a hard task,
like for example learning a new language :wink:.

Examples: "You can make it.", "Go-ahead! ", "Go!"

How do you say in Tupi?

(When possible in original script and English transcript)

Thanks,
Lyric

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Request

Postby Pietras1988 » 2007-06-07, 9:45

Could they please write an article about Kurów on Old Tupi language here (http://kurow-wiki.openhosting.pl/wiki/tupi:Kurow) – just a few sentences based on http://kurow-wiki.openhosting.pl/wiki/en:Kurow ? Only 5-10 sentences enough. Please.

PS. Article about Kurów is already on 194 languages nad dialects.

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Diferenças de Nheengatu e Tupi antigo

Postby AlexandreMsx » 2007-08-15, 0:53

Eu sei que essa parte do forum está um pouco morta mas se alguém ver... Quais seriam as diferenças do Tupi moderno e do antigo? Será que o moderno é muito falado no norte do país como uma segunda lingua mesmo? Ou uma ligua franca entre as várias comunidades indígenas? Vlw ae!!

Nero

Postby Nero » 2007-08-15, 1:13

Perhaps the english language would be better.

I understand parts of your post through latin and spanish, though.

Fortasse lingua britanniorum melior sit.

Autem ego intellego partes tuae scriptionis ex lingis romanorum hispaniaeque.

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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2007-08-21, 19:10

Sorry Nero... :oops:
Translation:
I know this forum is a little bit dead but if somebody see it and know the answer, please answer... What would be the differences between modern tupi and old tupi? I wonder if the modern one is widely spoken on north of brazil as a second language.

The part i didn't translate i thought would be unusefull, because i already have a guess... I asked if tupi is spoken as a lingua franca, but portuguese is the most spoken, so i belive :wink:

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Nheengatu

Postby Agustin » 2007-10-16, 9:07

Fala Alex
tem um artigo muito bom sobre esse assunto na revista ciencia hoje. Clicke no link aqui ou procure 'nheengatu' na webpage da revista.
Abraco

http://cienciahoje.uol.com.br/controlPa ... /search.do


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