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Papiamento studies

By Michael Keil / in Language learning/acquisition, Languages / Aug 16, 2019

Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares I’ve been thinking about how the podcast should be done and how the course material should be presented. Studies are going strong so far personally speaking, and I want to update any learners by making PDFs of all I’ve learned so far. In a lesson, I want to have corresponding […]


Chemehuevi language

By Michael Keil / in Uncategorized / Feb 9, 2020

Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares This is an Uto-Aztecan language, the The Chemehuevi language at first glance into Press’ grammar looks to be a complex mess. This language is beautiful, yet complicated with its agglutinative system. The verbs were something else, saying a sentence like “They made themselves run” would have a syntax like <reflexive-to […]


The Beothuk language

By Michael Keil / in Uncategorized / Jan 1, 2020

Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares This language is strange in that it has no connection to any other in its region (island of Newfoundland, Canada). Some connection to Algonquin languages has been speculated but it’s not clear and concise, I would say that if the language were a part of the Algonquin family, then it […]


Fixing to plan out our mobile app

By Michael Keil / in Uncategorized / Oct 30, 2019

Facebook Twitter Google+ Gmail Shares Currently at LangShack, we have just finished our first language course, and are currently researching how to get the book published and are in the process of getting an ISBN for that Papiamento course. We are planning out a mobile app for the Apple App Store and the Google Market, […]


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