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Language Guarani – The Asian Economist

Language Guarani

FROM Germany supports to the language GUARANi (VI) before the intention of the MEC reduce and exclude Guarani of media education in the date, November 25, 2009, we received in the ATENEO of language and culture GUARANI solidarity of the Prof.Dr. Christian Pommerenke, Professor of mathematics of the University technical Berlin, Germany; who also said NO to exclusion and reduction of the Guarani in the Paraguayan Media education. Then your message: Dear friends: a few years ago I learned guarani here in Berlin with two excellent teachers Paraguayans. Guarani is a very nice language that I like very much, although the jopara no me gusta. Guarani is also the only indigenous language spoken by descendants of Europeans. IT WOULD BE A TERRIBLE DISASTER IF THIS CUTE LANGUAGE WERE ELIMINATED OR REDUCED IN THE EDUCATION MEDIA IN PARAGUAY. Unfortunately I do not know any Paraguayan institution.

I’ll tell you something that maybe you do not know. Like most of the indigenous languages of the Americas, the guarani belongs to the extensive the agglutinative languages family. Turkish is an agglutinative language and is precisely why the Guarani language that I’m now learning Turkish. In Turkey and Central Asia, 150 million people speak Turkic languages. More than one hundred thousand Turks live here in my German city. Although the vocabularies of Guarani and Turkish are completely different, there are interesting phonetic and grammatical similarities.

A few examples: in guarani is…does pa?, in Turkish is… my? Guarani shaped uncertain of the future, the ne, Turkish UTF-8?It has an uncertain past, the EIS form (as they have the Chibcha language of Colombia). Turkish has a very strong vowel harmony which corresponds to change of mbo… mo… etc in guarani. Procunciacion UTF-8?of the and is similar to the a (dotless i) of the Turkish. Thus know guarani helps me a bit to learn Turkish! I’ve written it to say that the Guarani language is not a vestige of the past but a small part of a global language family. I wish them success in their struggle. Dr.Christian Pommerenke Professor of mathematics University technique Berlin, Germany ooo000ooo incredibly MEC in an unconstitutional manner anti-pedagogical, increase privileges in 2010 for Spanish (keeping it in three courses of secondary education and increasing their hourly charge); and discriminate Guarani (excluding the third course and reducing its presence only to the first and second courses; and with less load than the Castilian) If you want to support and defend our primary in this difficult, degrading and sad situation against her starring the EQF; TU sends message of solidarity to Maitei horyveva opavavepe.