Hello,I'm A Russian and my hobby is learning languages.I have relatives from Sakha but they're Russian.Sakha is an endangered language and I want to learn it so if Duolingo could take into consideration adding Sakha then I'd appreciate it.
Thanks for the shout-out, hughcparker :)
Yakut (Sakha) has now been added to the guide.
With 450 000 native speakers I wouldn't consider it to be endangered.
I doubt that Duolingo will ever add this language, but you can never know. Meanwhile I would learning it on Memrise instead
UNESCO has Yakut on its list of endangered languages although classified as Vulnerable, not Endangered. I don't think Russian minority languages in general are that well-protected even though Yakut seems to have a reasonably strong foothold in Sakha Republic.
They've added languages a whole lot "smaller" than this one. Granted, it might be more feasible in many ways as a course for Russian speakers, which would probably make it quite underappreciated by the folks in Pittsburgh. Russian-language Duolingo is in my opinion the most vibrant corner after English of the ones I'm familiar with.
I would love it! I've been hopeful that one day some of the smaller languages of Russia would make an appearance here!
I really want to learn Sakha too but I haven't been able to find any resources anywhere :(