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Guarani resources

Postby fresh_air » Wed Nov 21, 2018 9:56 am

Courses:

Let's Speak Guarani
http://b-ok.org/book/1130044/ce2919 (download)

Peace Corps Guarani Basic Course part I
https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED200014

Peace Corps Guarani Basic Course part II
https://eric.ed.gov/?q=Guarani+Basic+Course&id=ED200015

Peace Corps Guarani Basic Course part III
https://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps/ ... %20III.pdf

Curso de Guarani (PT)
https://www.scribd.com/document/2557615 ... mba-Arandy

Dictionaries:

Hippocrene Guarani Dictionary
https://www.amazon.com/Guarani-English- ... 0781810663
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Re: Guarani resources

Postby SGP » Sun Dec 16, 2018 1:23 pm

Are you a Guarani learner yourself as well?
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Re: Guarani resources

Postby iguanamon » Mon Dec 17, 2018 8:37 pm

Through reading another article in the NYT en Español, I was lead to this translated NYT article in Spanish La legitimación del guaraní en Paraguay: una lucha contra la desigualdad (The legitimization of Guarani in Paraguay: a struggle against inequality). Here is a link to the English version- Newfound Pride in Guaraní, a Language Long Disdained in Paraguay.

Within the article is a link to the Guarani Language Academy/Guarani Ñe’ ê Rerekuapavê Academia de la Lengua Guaraní page on facebook.
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Re: Guarani resources

Postby fresh_air » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:04 pm

SGP wrote:Are you a Guarani learner yourself as well?

Nope, but I find that learning some of the basics helps me with learning Tupi based place names, and flora and fauna. It's not something I take seriously, but I'm trying to collect resources because I enjoy browsing them occasionally.
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Re: Guarani resources

Postby SGP » Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:01 am

fresh_air wrote:
SGP wrote:Are you a Guarani learner yourself as well?

Nope, but I find that learning some of the basics helps me with learning Tupi based place names, and flora and fauna. It's not something I take seriously, but I'm trying to collect resources because I enjoy browsing them occasionally.
Now that is really interesting. And I once read that people from Paraguay sometimes would make a big difference between being spoken to in Spanish and in Guarani. What I mean is that they (according to what I read) do like Spanish as well, but Guarani is closer to them.
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Re: Guarani resources

Postby fresh_air » Wed Jan 16, 2019 11:27 am

SGP wrote:
fresh_air wrote:
SGP wrote:Are you a Guarani learner yourself as well?

Nope, but I find that learning some of the basics helps me with learning Tupi based place names, and flora and fauna. It's not something I take seriously, but I'm trying to collect resources because I enjoy browsing them occasionally.
Now that is really interesting. And I once read that people from Paraguay sometimes would make a big difference between being spoken to in Spanish and in Guarani. What I mean is that they (according to what I read) do like Spanish as well, but Guarani is closer to them.


I'm going to Paraguay today, I'll do a little research and let you know the feedback.
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