There are now initial translations for all 60 mini-stories in Inuktitut. If you speak any of these languages, know someone who does, or are a learner who might enjoy finding mistakes, the initial translations could use some corrections and audio recordings to bring them to life on LingQ.

Once complete, the files can be sent to Zoran who will add the language to LingQ.

I’ll be making a post every time a new language has all of its mini-stories translated and in need of correction and recording. The reason is that the “Search” function does not appear to find information from the content of a post, but only its title. So now people can maybe find this a little easier when looking for a particular language.

The original post for the project is here:

The project is located here:

Please note that this is a LingQ-community project, not an official LingQ-company project.

Happy LingQing everyone!


For those interested in inuit culture this BBC article might be interesting.

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Interesting link.

I’ve heard of Tuvan throat singing (from Feynman), but I had no idea there was a culture in the great white north that also did it.

Ryan. The man, the myth, the legend.

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