Kennen Sie schon … das „50 words project“?

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This project from the Research Unit for Indige­nous Lan­guage aims to pro­vide fifty words in Indige­nous lan­guages of Aus­tralia.
The map is intend­ed to be a use­ful resource for schools and edu­ca­tion­al organ­i­sa­tions to learn 50 words in their local lan­guages, and for the gen­er­al pub­lic to dis­cov­er the diver­si­ty of lan­guages around Aus­tralia.
For the best expe­ri­ence, the map should be viewed on a com­put­er or tablet.

We are con­tin­u­al­ly adding words in new lan­guages, and are ask­ing for speak­ers of any lan­guage that is not already rep­re­sent­ed to con­tact us and we will help get their record­ings on the map.

All words, audio, and video record­ings are pro­vid­ed by lan­guage speak­ers and are includ­ed here with per­mis­sion. Aus­tralian Indige­nous lan­guages have many thou­sands of words but we are dis­play­ing just some on this site, with audio or video.

The 50 Words Project is led by the Research Unit for Indige­nous Lan­guage at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Mel­bourne, and fund­ed by the Dun­can Leary Trust for Aus­tralian Indige­nous Lan­guages.

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