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 and the closely related dialect, Ngaatjatjarra, are spoken in the central east of Western Australia, near the Northern Territory and South Australian borders, and in Cosmo Newbery, Laverton and Kalgoorlie in the Eastern Goldfields area of Western Australia. The Learner’s Guide is designed for people with no previous experience of learning a second language and includes an audio CD with words and sentences spoken by native speakers. This learner’s guide to Ngaanyatjarra complements the Ngaanyatjarra and Ngaatjatjarra to English Dictionary.
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