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      A Learner's Guide to Pintupi-Luritja

      AUD$ 29.95

      This learner's guide is a concise and clearly explained practical manual that features: • a pronunciation guide to Pintupi- Luritja • a step by step approach to understanding and speaking Pintupi-Luritja • simple examples that illustrate the language and grammar • a selection of useful words and phrases in Pintupi-Luritja

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      Aboriginal Languages of Central Australia

      AUD$ 12.95

      • four full-colour maps that show the main languages and dialects spoken in different parts of Central Australia and how they relate to each other. • a list of Aboriginal communities and their locations • commonly used in alternative community names • a guide to the pronunciation of each language name • the number of speakers of each language and a guide to which languages are in daily use.

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      Alyawarr Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Alyawarr language, is spoken every day by 1500 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live North – East of Alice Springs, spreading over the QLD border. Alyawarr -speaking communities include Awerrethel (Canteen Creek), Alepeyewenh (Hatches Creek), Epenarra, Ilperrelhelam (Lake Nash) and Mt Isa.

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      Anpernirrentye Kin and Skin - Talking about family in Arrernte

      AUD$ 27.95

      The first step-by-step explanation of the system of relationships that link land, language, family and Dreamings in an Aboriginal culture! This reliable guidebook by an Arrernte elder and a university professor will help everyone develop a deeper understanding. Includes online pronunciation.

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      Central & Eastern Anmatyerr to English Dictionary

      AUD$ 69.95

      The Central & Eastern Anmatyerr to English dictionary is ideal for both beginners and advanced speakers of Anmatyerr, for translators, and for anyone interested in learning more about Aboriginal languages and culture.

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      Central Anmatyerr Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Anmatyerr language, is spoken every day by about 2000 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live 200km North of Alice Springs. Anmatyerr -speaking communities include Yuelamu (Mt Allen), Ti-Tree, Laramba, Pulardi, Pine Hill, Wilora, Adelaide Bore and Pmara Jutunta (Ywerternt).

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      Eastern and Central Arrernte Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Arrernte language, is the traditional language of Mparntwe (Alice Springs). Arrernte is spoken every day by about 2000 people in the Alice Springs region. Most speakers live all over Central Australia. Arrernte -speaking communities include Mparntwe (Alice Springs), Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa) Artekerre (Harry Creek), Blank Tank, Sandy Bore, Athenge Lhere (16 Mile), Atitjere (Harts Range), Bonya, Eaglebeak, Ammoonguna, Akarnenhe and Atula

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      Gamilaraay / Yuwaalaraay / Yuwaalayaay Dictionary

      AUD$ 39.95

      This landmark dictionary contains the most extensive list of G-Y words yet published as well as example sentences illustrating word use a helpful non-technical learner’s guide to the grammar of the languages and cultural information. Additionally there are three word lists: G-Y to English English to G-Y and G-Y to English by topics including people,animals, place and time.

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      Gamilaraay / Yuwaalaraay Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 24.95

      Picture Dictionary Series

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      Kaytetye Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Kaytetye is the language and name of the people whose traditional lands are about 300km north of Alice Springs.

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      Kaytetye to English Dictionary

      AUD$ 69.95

      The Kaytetye to English dictionary is ideal for both beginners and advanced speakers of Kaytetye, for translators, and for anyone interested in learning more about Aboriginal languages and culture.

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      Learners Guide to Kaytetye

      AUD$ 49.50

      Kaytetye is an endangered Central Australian language — this learner’s guide has been specifically designed to help with its survival. Includes structured dialogues and exercises and comes with two audio CDs that give practical instruction in the basics of the Kaytetye language.

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      Luritja Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Luritja language, is spoken every day by about 2000 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live North-West from Alice Springs, spreading to the Western Australian border. Luritja -speaking communities include Papunya, Haasts Bluff, Mt Liebig, Browns Bore and Kintore

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      Ngaanyatjarra Learner's Guide (inc CD)

      AUD$ 29.95

      Ngaanyatjarra and Ngaatjatjarra are spoken in the central east of Western Australia, near the border of the Northern Territory and South Australia. This is an essential resource for residents and visitors to Central Australia and is accompanied by an audio CD. This Learner's guide also accompanies the Ngaanyatjarra & Ngaatjatjarra to English Dictionary

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      Ngaanyatjarra Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Ngaanyatjarra language, is spoken every day by about 1000 people in Western Australia. Most speakers live just over the Western Australia border west of Central Australia. Ngaanyatjarra -speaking communities include Tjukurla, Warakurna (Giles), Papulankutja (Blackstone), Mantamaru (Jameson), Irruntja (Wingellina) and Mirlirrtjarra (Warburton).

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      Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara to English Dictionary

      AUD$ 54.95

      Reprinted in soft cover edition, This is a dictionary for language-learners, translators and education workers. Speakers of Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara can understand each other very well, in spite of differences in common words, the forms of a few grammatical endings, and different accents. When words differ, older people know counterparts in other dialects, and sometimes use them. The traditional similarity between the dialects has probably increased over the past hundred years due to an eastward movement of both Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people, brought about largely by European missionary and pastoralist activity.

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      Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara Learners Guide

      AUD$ 17.95

      This newly revised third edition of Pitjantjatjara / Yankunytjatjara learners guide has just arrived at IAD Press.

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      Warlpiri Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      The Warlpiri Picture Dictionary is part of an innovative series of illustrated Aboriginal language dictionaries. This picture dictionary is a valuable resource for school children and their teachers, for Warlpiri speakers wanting to learning Warlpiri literacy, and for anyone wanting to learn about the Warlpiri language of Central Australia.