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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Click » Tue 12 Feb 2013, 17:13

Omzinesý wrote:
Micamo wrote:
Omzinesý wrote:Do you have a Lakota grammar?
Web version of a Lakhota sketch, Rood and Taylor.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Kaylee » Wed 13 Feb 2013, 01:18

Omzinesý, I could give some details on grammar. I have the Lakota Dictionary, which contains a very large and thorough explaintion of grammar, and have been learning it here and there. [:)]

Other than that, for online grammar, I would suggest checking out the Lakota forums here (Waŋyáŋkiŋ yé.). They have lessions that teach you the grammar (and use the proper systems etc etc) and once you become active, you can join the membership to view more sections of the forum. :)

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Re: Linguistic Resources

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Re: Linguistic Resources

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Zontas » Fri 22 Feb 2013, 17:24

2-4 wrote:
Omzinesý wrote:
Micamo wrote:
Omzinesý wrote:Do you have a Lakota grammar?
Web version of a Lakhota sketch, Rood and Taylor.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Omzinesý » Mon 11 Mar 2013, 20:14

Does anybody know a presentation of typology of analytic languages?
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by atman » Thu 18 Apr 2013, 23:47

A fairly complete free Sanskrit course for beginners, with nice website design and an informal style:

http://www.learnsanskrit.org/
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Xing » Sun 02 Jun 2013, 06:29

An essay attempting to define "Polysynthesis" from a functionalist perspective. (As an alternative to Baker's P&P approach)
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Click » Mon 15 Jul 2013, 14:07

plathhs wrote:
MrKrov wrote:I read a 234-page PDF by a Joy Naomi Philip titled SUBORDINATING AND COORDINATING LINKERS on the 14th and a handful today. I understood most of it and when I get past my current grammar faves I'll have new things to implement.
Care to post a link to it in the resources thread?
I did a quick googling and found it. Enjoy.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Omzinesý » Mon 29 Jul 2013, 21:17

Does anybody happen to know a grammar of Guaraní?

It doesn't have to be a free PDF, I just can't find anything.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by atman » Tue 30 Jul 2013, 03:28

If you know Spanish, you can try this Wikilibro:

http://es.wikibooks.org/wiki/Guaran%C3%AD
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Omzinesý » Tue 30 Jul 2013, 14:23

atman wrote:If you know Spanish, you can try this Wikilibro:

http://es.wikibooks.org/wiki/Guaran%C3%AD
I don't.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Click » Tue 13 Aug 2013, 12:15

Does anyone have any resources on Italic languages except Latin?
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Ear of the Sphinx » Tue 13 Aug 2013, 14:13

Omzinesý wrote:
atman wrote:If you know Spanish, you can try this Wikilibro:

http://es.wikibooks.org/wiki/Guaran%C3%AD
I don't.
http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Spanish/Contents
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Micamo » Thu 29 Aug 2013, 23:55

Omzinesý wrote:Does anybody happen to know a grammar of Guaraní?

It doesn't have to be a free PDF, I just can't find anything.
Well, there's A Description of Colloquial Guarani, which is probably the closest thing you'll find in English.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Yačay256 » Sat 14 Sep 2013, 17:04

I hope I am not reposting anything, but I think that this would be very helpful, given the paucity of good, detailed resources in Indigenous Australian Languages:

http://ausil.monsoonhub.org/node/3717

It's really great. It has tons of grammatical and lexical information on each of the several Indigenous Australian Languages, plus an IPA option.

Also, here is a wonderful Karuk dictionary:

http://linguistics.berkeley.edu/~karuk/index.php

I use this a lot as well, given my conculture's basis in East Asian, Andean and Indigenous Californian cultures.

Hope I was of help! [;)]
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