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Take a look at ICTV’s new ‘inLanguage’ website, launched in Alice Springs on International Mother Language Day, 21st February 2019. Supported by Batchelor Institute’s Centre for Australian Languages and Linguistics (CALL) and the Australian Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts program, First Languages Australia, ICTV Play makes a huge number… Read more »
Eric Pascoe pronounces some Wurlaki body part words and uses them in a simple sentence which starts: Djiningi ngarri …. ‘this is my….’ or Djiningi ngarrang… ‘this is my…’
PDF version 1. Make a tier in Elan for your labels – call it ‘labels’ Create the chunks that you want to export as clips, and give each one a name. This label name will end up being the name of the clip. We have used a language word and the initials of the person… Read more »
Maningrida College has a great collection of books in local languages. Wakal gu-bena burrwa is a Burarra book. It is about a funny thing that happens when some men light a bushfire while they are out hunting. They wake up a buffalo who charges at them. They see it coming at the last minute… Read more »
We ran the inaugural Arrpenhe-nthenhe Indigenous Languages film program as part of the Something Somewhere Film Festival in Alice Springs on Saturday 20 April. This was a resounding success and shows that our community has a great appetite for films that present the voices and perspectives of Indigenous people, in their languages. Please check this… Read more »
MK Turner and Beth Sometimes on ABC Local Radio, Alice Springs talking about Apmere Angkentye-kenhe. Awetyeke unte!