Hi guys! Happy Wednesday! So on my (slightly behind) A-Z Challenge we’re just approaching the letter H, which in this case, stands for the Hupa language!
Hi, guys! So, turns out that running 21km (13 miles) will really take it out of you – so I didn’t do my catch up on Sunday and missed yesterday’s A to Z post as well. But, oh well, I’m back on form today (mostly) and I’m going to catch up where I can.
This means, of course, that I’m somewhat behind, but I’m trucking on with my G post – which in this case, stands for the language Gutnish!
Hi guys! Right, I missed a couple of days of the A to Z Challenge last week – oops! – but that doesn’t mean I’m out for the count! What it does mean is that I’m going to (obviously) post tomorrow and, if I have time, I’m hoping to get both my G and H posts up in one day so that I’m all caught up for Monday. The problem is (I say problem, but…) I’m running a half-marathon tomorrow so it’s much more likely I’ll get one post up and catch up some time next week.
Regardless, today’s post is F and the language we’re taking a quick look at is Francoprovençal!
Hey, guys! So, day five of the A to Z Challenge and we’re moving onto the letter E – with the language Ese ejja.
Hi, guys! Today’s endangered language is Duwet, coming to us all the way from Papua New Guinea.