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Postby tbm » Wed Dec 06, 2023 8:59 am

leosmith wrote:Cebuano is coming along very slowly.


Is there an update on Cebuano?
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Re: Language Tools Conversations main thread

Postby leosmith » Thu Dec 07, 2023 5:39 am

tbm wrote:
leosmith wrote:Cebuano is coming along very slowly.


Is there an update on Cebuano?
No, I'm sorry. We stopped at 28 lessons when the freelancers quit without notice, and I have no budget for it atm. I'm still waiting for certain investments to recover from their closing due to the pandemic. If and when they recover, I'll look for a new team. I doubt if it will happen before 2025 though.
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Re: Language Tools Conversations main thread

Postby tbm » Fri Dec 08, 2023 2:13 am

leosmith wrote:[No, I'm sorry. We stopped at 28 lessons when the freelancers quit without notice, and I have no budget for it atm.


Would it be possible to publish the 28 lessons you have? If minor work remains to be done (like checking the recording for accuracy), I might be able to find a volunteer. I don't speak Cebuano but I live in Cebu.
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Re: Language Tools Conversations main thread

Postby leosmith » Fri Dec 08, 2023 8:58 am

tbm wrote:Would it be possible to publish the 28 lessons you have?
We published them years ago; it's in the first post of this thread, but here it is again.
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Re: Language Tools Conversations main thread

Postby tbm » Fri Dec 08, 2023 3:22 pm

leosmith wrote:
tbm wrote:Would it be possible to publish the 28 lessons you have?
We published them years ago; it's in the first post of this thread, but here it is again.


Sorry, I completely missed that.

They didn't show up when I searched on LanguageCrush. They are classified as "intermediate", but if you search for intermediate Cebuano you get no result:
https://languagecrush.com/reading?langu ... TERMEDIATE

(They do show up if you do not choose a level.)
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Re: Language Tools Conversations main thread

Postby leosmith » Sat Dec 09, 2023 7:33 am

tbm wrote:They didn't show up when I searched on LanguageCrush. They are classified as "intermediate", but if you search for intermediate Cebuano you get no result:
https://languagecrush.com/reading?langu ... TERMEDIATE

(They do show up if you do not choose a level.)
Thanks - that's looks like a bug. Ticket written.
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