Mostly I'm posting to see if there are any Unilangers who speak any Maya T'aan, or have studied/are studying it, and if so what kind of sources they used, their experience learning it, etc. Anything you have to add or respond to, please do!
Formiko wrote:A user on Unilang, Mol Bolim speaks Tzotzil.
księżycowy wrote:Formiko wrote:A user on Unilang, Mol Bolim speaks Tzotzil.
Indeed he does. I'm not sure how close the two dialects are to each other, but I can't imagine they're that different as they are spoken in very near-by areas. Maybe he can help you Bennon.
Tzotzil wrote:Bats'i k'op (Tsotsil):
Kolavalik ti la ochik ta jts'ibaj jbatik, ta jchanubtas jbatik lek ta bats'i k'op Tsotsil xchi'uk Tseltal k'u cha'al chi k'opojotik ta jlumaltik Chiapa.
Tzeltal wrote:Bats'il c'op (Tseltal de Oxchuc):
Jocolawalic te ochatik talel ta jun internet te banti ya jts'ibay jbatic ta bats'il c'op tsotsil soc tseltal, bin ut'il yax c'opojotic ta jlumaltic Chiapa.
Mol_Bolom wrote:Try http://www.famsi.org, there's a huge dictionary with some grammar on both post classic Yucatec and more modern Yucatec, though I do think much of it is somewhat dated, but it will still prove to be very valuable. (If I remember correctly it even has a some information about classic Yucatec as well). (Thinking about it, I believe "post classic" is the wrong term. Either way it's the language as was spoken around the 1500's or 1600's. Classic Yucatec would be the language that was written in the Codex's and on temples).
There are 30 some dialects of Mayan, and only a certain number of them are intelligible to any certain groups of dialects.
Tzotzil is vastly different than Yucatec.
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