I had a fun weekend away from London, hence being a little later with this update. In other news, Nahuatl is going pretty well, I think, though it does seem like time is flying by […]
Well, I’m late with another update—but I’m here! How were my first six days with Nahuatl and what am I hoping to achieve in the next twelve?
Time for language number four and I’m moving onto the language of the Aztecs, Nahuatl! This will mark the first time I’ve studied a Native American language and I’m very excited to get started.
So I may have lost track of time here and forgotten to post my second progress report on Guernésiais—oops!—but I’ve been studying the whole time and am here to share how it’s all been!
Six days of Guernésiais and with the help of the Guernsey Language Commission and, well, Shakespeare, I’ve definitely learnt something!
A little late on the draw with this intro post but it’s time to talk about Guernésiais—or, a name you’re more likely to have heard of, Guernsey French. That’s right, I’m onto my third language […]
Another eighteen days, another endangered language that it’s time for me to say goodbye to. This time, it’s Ainu, which has been an interesting experience, highlighting some of the more common issues when it comes […]
Another six days down, another post for you all. How am I coming along with Ainu? Let’s find out…
I’m a day late with this post (had one hell of a Friday—which doesn’t mean anything especially bad, except that I was exhausted) but it’s time for me to give you all a quick look […]
With the first endangered language of the year done, it’s time to move onto the second: Ainu. This language is definitely going to be an interesting challenge, mostly due to its severe lack of (English-based) […]