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<seo title="Karriwokdi Kunwok!" metakeywords="kunwok,kunwinjku,kuninjku,kune,gundjeihmi,kundjeyhmi,kundedjnjenghmi" metadescription="Learn Kunwok" google-site-verification="nNwIPHytLPqvTGRbpjs8ihY08ThtzgvOIB_L4si3nUI" />
  
 
<span style="font-size:160%">'''Karriwokdi Kunwok!'''</span>
 
<span style="font-size:160%">'''Karriwokdi Kunwok!'''</span>
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This site contains free materials for learning to speak Kunwinjku, the main dialect of Kunwok that is spoken in Gunbalanya.
 
This site contains free materials for learning to speak Kunwinjku, the main dialect of Kunwok that is spoken in Gunbalanya.
 
Closely related dialects are spoken in Jabiru and Maningrida, and further south in Bulman and Pine Creek.
 
Closely related dialects are spoken in Jabiru and Maningrida, and further south in Bulman and Pine Creek.
These materials have been created by learners for learners, especially learners who come into regular contact with Bininj, the speakers of Kunwok.
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These materials have been created by learners for learners, especially for anyone who comes into regular contact with Bininj, the speakers of Kunwok.
  
[[File:Bininj-kunwok-map.png|360px|right|Kakadu and West Arnhem Language Map, featuring the six dialects of Kunwok (purple)]]
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[[File:Bininj-kunwok-map.png|320px|right|Kakadu and West Arnhem Language Map, featuring the six dialects of Kunwok (purple)]]
  
 
* [[Getting Started]] - things to try on your first day
 
* [[Getting Started]] - things to try on your first day
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* [[Podcasts]] - Learn on the go
 
* [[Podcasts]] - Learn on the go
 
* [[Pronunciation Drills]] - Methodically learn the sounds
 
* [[Pronunciation Drills]] - Methodically learn the sounds
* [[Pronominal Prefixes]] - Tackling the first grammatical challenge
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* [https://goo.gl/eq9YuF Kinship Workbook] - Worksheets for learning kinship in West Arnhem
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* [[Learning the Pronominal Prefixes|Learning the pronominal prefixes]] - Tackling the first grammatical challenge
 
* [[Tips]] - Learning when you're surrounded by the language
 
* [[Tips]] - Learning when you're surrounded by the language
  
'''Vocabulary''': [[Nouns]] | [[Verbs]] | [[Adjectives]] | [[Pronominal Prefixes]]
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'''Vocabulary''': [[Nouns]] | [[Verbs]] | [[Adjectives]] | [[Pronominal Prefixes]] | [[Loanwords]]
  
 
'''Reference''': [[Phrasebook]] | [[Skin Names]] | [[Kinship]] | [[Pronunciation]] | [[Resources]]
 
'''Reference''': [[Phrasebook]] | [[Skin Names]] | [[Kinship]] | [[Pronunciation]] | [[Resources]]
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'''Grammar''': [[Conjugations]] | [[Noun Incorporation]] | [[Negation]] | [[Constructions]] | [[Transitivity]]
 
'''Grammar''': [[Conjugations]] | [[Noun Incorporation]] | [[Negation]] | [[Constructions]] | [[Transitivity]]
  
=== Contribute ===
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'''Contribute''': To post comments on these wiki pages, please sign up for an account using the link at the top right.
 
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To contribute to this site please email [mailto:steven.bird@cdu.edu.au Steven Bird].
To post comments on these wiki pages, please sign up for an account using the link at the top right.
 
If you would like to contribute to this site please email [mailto:steven.bird@cdu.edu.au Steven Bird].
 
  
 
=== Credits ===
 
=== Credits ===
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* The head image is from a painting by Gavin Namarnyilk, used with permission.
 
* The head image is from a painting by Gavin Namarnyilk, used with permission.
 
* This work has been supported by Charles Darwin University, Warddeken Land Management, the Australian Research Council, and the Department of Communication and the Arts
 
* This work has been supported by Charles Darwin University, Warddeken Land Management, the Australian Research Council, and the Department of Communication and the Arts
* The materials on this site have been compiled by Steven Bird with contributions from Alexandra Marley.
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* The materials on this site have been compiled by Bangardi Steven Bird with contributions from Ngalkodjok Alexandra Marley and Bulanj Dean Yibarbuk.

Latest revision as of 23:41, 30 January 2020


Karriwokdi Kunwok!

Let's speak Kunwok!

This site contains free materials for learning to speak Kunwinjku, the main dialect of Kunwok that is spoken in Gunbalanya. Closely related dialects are spoken in Jabiru and Maningrida, and further south in Bulman and Pine Creek. These materials have been created by learners for learners, especially for anyone who comes into regular contact with Bininj, the speakers of Kunwok.

Kakadu and West Arnhem Language Map, featuring the six dialects of Kunwok (purple)

Vocabulary: Nouns | Verbs | Adjectives | Pronominal Prefixes | Loanwords

Reference: Phrasebook | Skin Names | Kinship | Pronunciation | Resources

Grammar: Conjugations | Noun Incorporation | Negation | Constructions | Transitivity

Contribute: To post comments on these wiki pages, please sign up for an account using the link at the top right. To contribute to this site please email Steven Bird.

Credits

  • The head image is from a painting by Gavin Namarnyilk, used with permission.
  • This work has been supported by Charles Darwin University, Warddeken Land Management, the Australian Research Council, and the Department of Communication and the Arts
  • The materials on this site have been compiled by Bangardi Steven Bird with contributions from Ngalkodjok Alexandra Marley and Bulanj Dean Yibarbuk.