księżycowy wrote:Well, I might try translating the lessons (for at least one of the languages) as I learn Mandarin, if one one else offers before I can start doing it (it'll take at least a little while before I learn Mandarin, let alone can translate).
vijayjohn wrote:I can help do that. Which language do y'all want first?
księżycowy wrote:I don't think we need a poll. There aren't a lot of people wanting to learn Formosan languages after all.
księżycowy wrote:I can't speak for anyone else, but I'm interested in Seediq (if they have it, I haven't really tried to tell what languages they have yet ).
vijayjohn wrote:They don't have just one course for Seediq. They have one for Truku (德路固語), one for Toda (都達語), and one for Tgdaya (德固達雅語), i.e. one for each variety of it.
Same with Amis: They have one for Northern Amis (南勢阿美語), one for Southern Amis (恆春阿美語), one for Central Amis (I think this is 秀姑巒阿美語 in Chinese), one for Tavalong-Vata'an (I think this is 海岸阿美語), and one for Chengkung-Kwangshan (馬蘭阿美語).
księżycowy wrote:I should note, I'm not going to start learning it until April at the earliest, so there's no rush to translate any Seediq lessons yet. Unless atalarikt wants to learn some now.
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