Languages URL (was Re: vprtskvni )
|From:||Dan Sulani <dnsulani@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, July 4, 1999, 9:27|
Thanks for the tips. Just one problem: when I clicked on the above
I was taken to something called "Reliant Energy HL&P", a very
site about energy consumption, but slightly off topic. ;-)
Anyhow, not to worry: after surfing around a bit, I happened upon a
if not known already, might be of interest to you and others on this
It's the "Yamada Language Center" at the University of Oregon, URL:
It has descriptions (some more detailed than others)of 115 of the
natlangs, auxlangs, and even some conlangs (I spotted Ferengi, Klingon,
and something called "Tolkien Languages" )
Depending on the lang, it has further
links to things
such as websites, newsgroups, mailing lists, etc.
devoted to that lang and/or it's culture. The online grammar of Georgian
is fairly detailed. I've bookmarked the site!
likehsna rtem zuv tikuhnuh auag inuvuz vaka'a.
A word is an awesome thing.
> Try searching for "online grammar Georgian" or maybe the Human Languages
> Page (http://www.hlp.com/
??); that's how I found it in the first place,
> I think. It's quite interesting for a start, so you can see what you're
> dealing with. :)