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If you want, I can help you with learning Votian
(Uralic/Finno-Ugric/Balto-Finnic; spoken by approx. 25 people in 5
villages [incl. Krakolye and Luzhitsy] in Leningrad Oblast, north of
Ivangorod in Russia), youngest speaker is in his early 60s). Obviously I'm
not a native speaker, but my knowledge of it is thorough enough that I
could carry on a conversation with a Vote in the unlikely event that I
were to meet one. However, I do use it occasionally in speaking with
Estonians, sometimes with amusing results.

----ferko

"Nature and Nature's Law lay hid in night; God said, "Let Tesla be" and
all was light." - B.A. Behrend at AIEE Conference, May 18, 1917

railways page: http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/3976/balkrail.html
25kV 50Hz: http://25kv50hz.cjb.net
Soviet Synth Site: http://www.geocities.com/sovsynth
personal page: http://www.geocities.com/polivokspsychosis

On Fri, 28 Sep 2001, joe wrote:

> This is off topic, but is there any way I could get taught an obscure language tike Ket(siberia) or Aije(new caledonia)?
>
>
> naņa me iow
> auf wiedersehn
> au revoir
> do widzenia
> Dyeu wiyu
> Jiu uiiu
>