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Алексей Арзамазов, преподаватель Удмуртского государственного университета и член удмуртского пен-клуба, недавно поведал о том, что почти готов к изданию учебник по финно-угорскому эсперанто. Летом намечаются курсы по изучению этого языка. Они пройдут в Удмуртии, может быть, в Лудорвае, а может и в другой деревне - поближе к живому этносу.
Приглашаются все заинтересованные в проекте.

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Alexey Armazov, professor of the Udmurt State University and a member of an Udmurt pen-club, recently informed that a manual of "finno-ugric esperanto" (I guess it's referred to some artificial language based on F-U material - TN) is ready to be published. It is planned to organize a learning course in summer in Udmurtia, maybe in Ludorvay, but maybe in some other village, which is more close to the living ethnos.
All interested ppl are welcome.

PS: можете смело привлекать меня к переводу новостей. буду стараться по мере возможности и свободного времени переводить для "иностранных" финно-угров.
Боже, боже, Евгений!
Какой шикарный жест. Очень приятно и здорово это осознавать....

Можете это перевести? :)))
I am very curious.
I can imagine what could be the grammar, but what about vocabulary ? How to mix words from languages with so different sounds ?
darali said:
Боже, боже, Евгений!
Какой шикарный жест. Очень приятно и здорово это осознавать....

Можете это перевести? :)))
Вы меня просто в краску вогнали :)))))
ben said:
I am very curious.
I can imagine what could be the grammar, but what about vocabulary ? How to mix words from languages with so different sounds ?
Well, slavic languages aren't that similiar to romance ones either, some vocabulary of roots can be created based on number of native-speakers and some other factors as well, I guess. I wonder what kind of intonation will be proposed - I haven't heard much of spoken "russian" F-U languages, but Finnish intonation and Hungarian one are very specific and what will be proposed phonetic system in general - short-long sounds? ch, sh sounds? it must be confortable enough for any F-U speaker. Anyways I would like to have this book for me :))
Хотелось бы поучавствовать!
Когда станут известны сроки и место проведения? *))
You can already see it. It's been released a couple of days ago :
http://shaer.ru/component/option,com_docman/Itemid,32/

I'm still reading it. Looks very interesting.
It's interesting. What a pity the material is in Russian only.
yeah, that's definately interesting.
I wonder why they use sinonyms like: clever - ado, vecho ; evil - leko, kanto, kezho; weak - riso, libo. Maybe these words reflect different nuances of meanings... otherwise it all looks sensless.
Olev said:
It's interesting. What a pity the material is in Russian only.

There is F-U esperanto - Hungarian dictionary as well at the page 132 :)
Indeed!
Aludatoba - Hálószoba - I like it, more logical than our word :)
anja - anya (mother)
ade - agy (brain)
Cool!

Jevgenyi said:
Olev said:
It's interesting. What a pity the material is in Russian only.

There is F-U esperanto - Hungarian dictionary as well at the page 132 :)

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