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First dictionary preserves rare Indigenous Australian language
by Daniel Boffey
The Guardian Translate This Article
21 September 2020
On 21 September 2020 The Guardian reported:
A Belgian professor has completed the first dictionary of the Indigenous Australian language of Umpithamu after 17 years of research. Jean-Christophe Verstraete, a professor of linguistics at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, worked closely with two sisters on a 500-page book and an audio app on which their voices were recorded for posterity. The women were the last two active speakers of Umpithamu . . .
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