Kaiyumian Language. 魂く/Kaiyumi'ku
I am a native Kaiyumian speaker teaching it. I would like to refer my students here for more practice. I can help with the translations.
Kaiyumian is a dead Asian/Nordic language that is rarely spoken today, but many people still study it. It shows up all over Europe and Asia. (Mainly near Turkey and Italy, and near Japan and eastern coast of China.) Sometimes in the old Norse areas like Greenland and Scandinavia.
It is in the Roman alphabet and the only thing in Asian scripts is the country name: 魂 (Kaiyumi [some readings; "tamashii"]) and the language name as 魂く (Kaiyumi'ku). This is the only thing in Asian scripts, everything else is Romanized.
I give lessons on Kaiyumian here on Italki.
For the translation perposes, here is the italki home-bar translated into Kaiyumian:
Hoomu-Zen'ku no Kabişato-Hanasu Purat'iku Suru-Nen'ku Kaçiru-Şitsuka'ras-Nooto-Guruupu'ras
(Home-Language Lessons-Speaking Practice-Language Exchange-Answers-Notebook-Groups)
Please ask me for more translations. (there are not many Kaiyumian translators around)
Mainly, where was this language spoken?
I assume there isn't that many resources avaliable for this language.
Do you make your own materials to teach this language to other people?
It was centered and mainly spoken in or near Japan, but is rarely heard at all, mainly seen in ancient documents. Due to this, it has been deemed dead and rearely taught only as a assist to leanr a Asian language.
You would be correct, there are little to no resources for this language. Therefore, yes, I mainly have to make the materials myself, though a friend in New York, who also knows Kaiyumian, is helping me with that.
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