Lowena wrote:Does anyone know if it is possible to learn any Northeast or Northwest Caucasian language with only free resources? I don't mind if the resources aren't in English. I am a bit of a fan of Chechen, and would like to learn at least a little bit of a language from either of those families one day (yes, I know the two aren't related).
Lowena wrote:I got a reply from one, sent her a message back, and nothing.
People love ignoring me.
Qaanaaq wrote:księżycowy wrote:Qaanaaq wrote:
In the official Cyrillic spelling, double/subsequent vowels mean that there is a glottal stop between them, e.g.:
кхаара = qa’ara as I spell it, [qʰɐʔər] ‘Wednesday’
ца хаьа = ca xä’a [t͡sʰə xæʔ] ‘doesn’t know’
еара = je’ara [jɛʔər] ‘Thursday’
I forgot about that.
Moving on, does anyone have any links to any texts in Chechen? Whether they are books, newspapers, or whatever?
http://www.radiomarsho.com/ Most of the texts have recordings, so you can practice the pronunciation Daala ättuo boila!
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