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Posted: 2013-05-08, 21:43
Chechen in Latin version is much better than in Cyrillic. And more easy to study
Posted: 2013-05-09, 2:31
With the way the Cyrillic script is implemented for Chechen, you'll get absolutely no argument from me. The only thing is Latin Chechen isn't official, nor widely accepted or even tied down to a single agreed upon form for the parties that use/want Latin script for Chechen.
Posted: 2013-05-10, 23:58
I found this.
It seems to cover a lot of grammar topics.
Posted: 2013-05-18, 16:05
Chechen Vocabulary for English Speakers http://www.tpbooks.com/english-chechen_ ... aries/3_37
The words are in the cyrillic alphabet and a phonetic transcription.
Posted: 2018-03-11, 12:10
I found a downloadable Chechen Reference grammar (in English) here:https://slaviccenters.duke.edu/projects/grammars
Posted: 2018-03-12, 22:45
Perhaps someone has already posted this link... http://erwinkomen.ruhosting.nl/che/dict ... n/main.htm
It is a Chechen dictionary online. It seems that most entries have only a Russian translation.
Posted: 2018-03-12, 23:13
Oh wow, that's cool!
I like how they represent the long vowels in the Cyrillic script too. (Not that I'm saying it should be officially adopted, but it's a nice tool for learners.
Posted: 2018-03-12, 23:28
Posted: 2018-03-13, 14:01
Just in case anyone cames to this thread and hasn't seen our poll in the Georgian forum, please check out this poll that will help us decide what to do with the Northwest, Northeast Caucasian, Kartvelian languages and with Ossetic and Armenian.viewtopic.php?f=22&p=1103268#p1103268
Posted: 2018-03-19, 23:05
Chechen dictionary and phrasebook by Nicholas Awde:http://mott.vvvay.net/chech/awde/?i=1
Deutsch-tschetschenisches Wörterbuch (German-Chechen dictionary - in German):http://k1urh.ru/dokuwiki/doku.php