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Wynn

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Getting people to learn Talossan
« on: June 22, 2020, 05:19:59 AM »
I think it would be worth it to try to get people to learn Talossan, it seems to be a big part of Talossan culture but there seems not to be much accessible information on it other than a slightly out of date website? Maybe creating a sort of lesson series on Talossan could help promote el glheþ and Talossa in general.

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Re: Getting people to learn Talossan
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2020, 04:15:36 PM »
This is 100% true; but turning a grammar and vocabulary into a set of learning materials is big work. Several efforts have been made in the past, the most advanced of which was the Prüms Paçen series. Has that been helpful?

Other issues to think about:
- there is no current grammar of the Talossan language; both King Robert's grammar for Talossan 2.0 and Lord Hooligan's grammar for 3.0 are somewhat out of date.
- King Robert never actually expected anyone but him to learn the language.

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