manok wrote:nice,thank you
księżycowy wrote:You're tempting me Struth!
księżycowy wrote:Must . . . resist . . . must resist . . . .
Struthiomimus wrote:Great. So you've decided to learn Warlpiri. Can't wait to see your contributions to the thread.
księżycowy wrote:Not quite.
At any rate, if I were to start learning an AAL again it'd probably be either Arrernte or Ngaanyatjarra.
sasquatch wrote:Where do y'all find resources for AALs?
księżycowy wrote:For "textbooks" and dictionaries, mostly through IAD Press.
sasquatch wrote:Next semester (a few weeks from now) I'm picking up Yolngu by distance from another university but also taking Prof. Simpson's course on indigenous languages, so good times for this!
sasquatch wrote:I love indigenous and minority languages worldwide, but in comparison to Native American/Canadian languages, Australian languages seem to be very, very poorly documented at least for the wider public. Certainly not conducive to an environment for revitalisation and maintenance for these rapidly dying languages.
sasquatch wrote:I might also suggest that a language-specific forum be set up for AALs
księżycowy wrote:I have yet to figure out how that catalogue works.
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