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Is there anywhere we can hear these words spoken or at least have a pronunciation chart?
You can find Navajo sounds and words and phrases at this site. http://www.gomyson.com/index.html
What an incredible project. Thank you !!! Everyone - go to this site !!!
I've seen "you" in the lessons as both ní and ni. Is there a difference? And if so what is it? Please?
Perhaps the Chinese/Nahautl/Navajo word for you stems from the same language many thousands of years ago.
I was going to say the same, but don't know how it is pronounced here.
In English (here in our area) Ni is pronounced as "Nee", not "Neh". This becomes confusing, as what's written is not matching what's heard. I read via Google that the language is called Diné, any chance this course can include beginners (how to pronounce each letter properly)? I think that would help.
Po co zamieściliście naukę tego języka, skoro nie nagraliście jego brzmienia? Jestem bardzo zawiedziona. Nauka języka bez usłyszenia jak brzmią dane słowa jest bez sensu.
I understood you but I won't be able to answer in Polish, but I think you with your level 25 will understand English :) Keep in mind that the course is still a raw beta, and thousands of hours of dedication are needed for such kind of project. Let's hope the audio will come soon!