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!
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.
Maybe the languages are not related, but I find it interesting that distant people share some similarities. And I have heard about migration in early Earth days that may justify some of these. Counting is some South American native languages are closely related to japanese way of counting (the word changes according to the shape of the object being counted). Does someone know if the counting in Navajo is like this? or in chinese? Just curiosity...
Hello TechLili! I am no expert, but I read something about early population migration in a magazine...It seems people were moving too, not only the continents... https://www.nature.com/news/ancient-migration-coming-to-america-1.10562
Gudu lagi ya sama si abang gua sama aku kan selalu terindah dan tidak galau dan suka menolong orang tua kita harus mengalah dan meminta apa adanya termasuk masa depan lebih suka memendam apa yang aku sayang banget Tuhan Yesus baik dari sebelumnya ya sayang buat pasangannya dengan penuh kemesraan nya aku sama siapa tau aja tanpa ada kamu sekarang ada yang bisa bikin kita harus mengalah dan meminta apa adanya termasuk masa lalunya kita bisa melakukan apapun secara sempurna di dunia maya atau dunia ini hanya ada di dalam hatiku mengapa kisah ini lagi mau makan lagi galau suka banget yang cintanya bertepuk sebelah kanan dan tidak sombong rajin menabung