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 at how I’m doing with Ainu so far! If you want a quick refresher on what this whole thing is about, or you’ve not seen any of my 20 Endangered Languages in 2020 posts yet, then click here to bring yourself up to speed before you move on.
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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) resources—so I’m interested to see how far I’ll get!
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I’m at the end of my study time for my first endangered language of the year—which means it’s time to move onto something new! But first, what have I managed to learn in just eighteen days? How do I feel about learning Scottish Gaelic? And there’s even a little video for you all to see how I did!
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Well, I’m two-thirds of the way through my (challenge) time with Scottish Gaelic, but what do I have to show for it? And, where do I expect to be six days from now?
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It’s been six whole days since I embarked on this challenge and while some of you may be thinking that’s too soon to report on any progress, as I only have eighteen days per language, I’m really having to line these up. So, let’s dig into this, shall we?
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