You will learn Friulian and Polish here, through detailed notes relating to the text of contemporary Friulian and Polish translations of the Bible. Along with the audio, you can use these notes to assist you in your independent study.
See all 105 Friulian posts or browse by category below.
Friulian is a Romance language spoken in the far north-east corner of Italy, in an area located due west of the Italian border with Slovenia. Friulian is spoken by about a half-million people.
Through linguistic commentary, I am currently providing a study of the Friulian language through the five books of Moses, known as the Pentateuch (il Pentateuc) or Torah (il Torà); these five books — the first five of the Bible — are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. In these posts, you will find detailed notes related to Friulian, which will allow you to acquire a great deal of the standardised form of the language.
The Bible, with its inexhaustible range of language to study, is the ideal resource for learning Friulian — even more so given that it has been recorded for you to listen to. The text that you will read is from Bibie par un popul (visit this official site to read the Bible, or view archived pages here.) This Bible uses plain, contemporary language that you can incorporate into your own use of Friulian. Note: Begin your study at Gjenesi 1.
Learn Friulian through the Bible (95 posts)
Libri de Gjenesi
Book of Genesis (50 posts)
Libri dal Esodo
Book of Exodus (40 posts)
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Libri dal Levitic
Book of Leviticus (5 posts)
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Supplementary notes on the Friulian language (10 posts)
You will find additional notes in this supplementary section, but almost the entirety of the notes related to the Friulian language are interspersed in the Genesis, Exodus and Leviticus posts above, as they form part of the comments related to the readings. Important posts in this section: How to learn the Friulian language online. Friulian verb conjugations. How to count in Friulian.
See all 77 Polish posts or browse by category below.
Polish is a Slavic language spoken by some fifty million people, both in Poland itself and by minorities in different parts of the world. Polish is the second most widely spoken of the Slavic languages.
Through linguistic commentary, I am currently providing a study of the Polish language through the five books of Moses, known as the Pentateuch (Pięcioksiąg) or Torah (Tora); these five books — the first five of the Bible — are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. These detailed notes will assist you in learning the modern language and in understanding the Bible in its Polish version. Different recordings of stellar quality are available for Polish.
The text that you will read is from Biblia Tysiąclecia (visit this official site to read the Bible, or view archived pages here.) This version is a modern translation into Polish from the original languages and provides an ideal resource for learning Polish. Note: Begin your study with Rdz 1.
Learn Polish through the Bible (72 posts)
Book of Genesis (50 posts)
Book of Exodus (22 posts)
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Supplementary notes on the Polish language (5 posts)
You will find additional notes in this supplementary section, but almost the entirety of the notes related to the Polish language are interspersed in the Genesis and Exodus posts above, as they form part of the comments related to the readings. Important posts in this section: Declension of Polish possessive pronouns. Polish prepositions and their cases. How to count in Polish. Index of Polish declensions and conjugations.