nì eile wrote:(although if anyone else wants to joins, they are more than welcomed!).
I'm only using online resources right now, as I'm a pure beginner, but will need to get a proper text and dictionary in the very near future. If anyone has any recommendations, please share (I can read French so that's not an issue).
If anyone's interested, I'm doing the online lessons at Karvarker: http://www.kervarker.org/en/lessons_01_toc.html
Sorry, I didn't realize that.nì eile wrote:That dictionary is OOP
Also found a decently priced copy of Delaporte's Brezhoneg Buan Hag Aes Denez (I think Alasdair, who shows up at Unilang from time to time, is using that).
nì eile wrote:Are you considering joining me, hmm?
I tracked down Alasdair [...]
nì eile wrote:It's based on the ùlpan system used for Gaelic (there's aWelsh one too, Wlpan--I think that was the original one.).
nì eile wrote:Gone through lessons 1-3 on Kervarker and Kentel 1 in Brezh Buan hag Eas (it arrived, so I'm going to use it).
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