Nahuatl lessons Table of Contents (As requested)
Part 2: Possessive pronouns and Respect
Part 3: Plurals and Possession cont.
- Part 1 : Foods and intro to verbs
Through many online resources and one or two people in real life. I began studying the religion for a long time along with the culture, and the language came along with it. I study more than just nahuatl as well, Native american languages are my special. My favourites are Nahuatl, Yucatec, and Cherokee(I have some posts on cherokee as well)
This may come in handy: http://www.revitalization.al.uw.edu.pl/ It is a whole website dedicated to the revitalization of Nahuatl and other endangered languages. It has such fun materials as a section devoted solely to language acquisition (http://www.revitalization.al.uw.edu.pl/nah/Nahuatl/39/teaching-materials), monolingual books (http://www.revitalization.al.uw.edu.pl/nah/Tag/publication_nahuatl) and even a monolingual dictionary (http://www.revitalization.al.uw.edu.pl/nah/Nahuatl/6/145/tlahtolxitlauhcayotl).
Also the Oregon dictionary is the best one out there: http://whp.uoregon.edu/dictionaries/nahuatl/
[Source: I am a collaborator of the project "Revitalizing Endangered Languages" and have done 2 years of Classical Nahuatl]
Yes I am aware the last link is not functioning......
I will have a solution soon, but for now just copy and paste the URL
Wow! Really great find thinks. It is titled as Xochicuicatl which in nahuatl means Flower song from Xochitl+Cuicatl (The tl is dropped, we will get to that.)
No problem! Soon I'm going to redo all of these and I make whole new lessons with another person on Duolingo. First we are going to work on classical (She has already posted 3 lessons) and then we will get back to 2 modern dialects. I can link her lessons if you like.