Loiks wrote:But it is never referred to as a language in literature but a Hungarian dialect.
krix wrote:Another Ugric language that is dying is Csángó. One subgroup has already completed the shift to Romanian, while the remaining one is almost there. Hungarians have described it to me as a "weird dialect". It is quite apart from the dialects in Hungary proper, it takes some time for them to get into...
Because of the political sensitivity of the issue, some people call it "Northern Moldavian" (I hope I got it right, and it wasn't Southern or Western )...
Levo wrote:0stsee wrote:Do you think the Ugric languages (besides Hungarian, of course) are going to survive at all?
Are they still being passed on to younger generations who use them actively?
It doubt it. It seems we're gonna left behind without any real language-relatives.
Lowena wrote:Do you have any PDFs or links (in Russian)? I'm thinking about learning Russian, mainly to gain access to these and other languages, so that wouldn't be a problem.
You'd think there'd be at least some stuff for them in Hungarian, but it seems not.
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