Oh yes, and thanks from me too. What an incredible site!! Listening to the Finnish language is such an amazing experience. Georgian was weird, but I have to listen more. Oh dear, as if I dont send enough hours on the internet already, now I will be on even more!
>From: Chris Loftis <[log in to unmask]>
>Date: 2007/11/15 Thu AM 05:14:00 CST
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: [CELTIC-T] poetry recorded in lots of LCTLs
>Thank you very much for this! What a jewel!!! Â Good Luck, Chris
>Marion Gunn <[log in to unmask]> wrote: GRMA, a Louis. Mar eolas daoibhse (ar baill de liostaÃ GAELIC-L agus CELTIC-L sibh). mg
> On 13 Nov 2007, at 02:43, scrÃobh LCTL coordinator:
> I found a website, Lyrikline.org, that offers poetry in many LCTLs, including Breton, Irish, Scottish-Gaelic, and Welsh.
> Just listening to so many languages is fascinating for people like me who love languages. I plan to use some of the sound clips in a linguistics course, just so the students can hear snippets of many languages. Go to http://lyrikline.org/index.php?id=59&L=1Â for a list of all the languages included.
>IÂ think you might need real-audio player for these (but other players might also work).
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