Printed copies of A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, donated to dozens of European public libraries

NOTE: If a copy arrived to your library, please send us a confirmation mail We have eventually sent dozens of printed copies of A Grammar of Modern Indo-European to different European public libraries, mostly within the European Union, and all of them to University libraries. We are adding the libraries that were sent a copy Read more about Printed copies of A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, donated to dozens of European public libraries[…]

Indo-European language learning and the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme

We received some days ago an informal recommendation (from the Extremadura office in Brussels) to participate in the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme : Languages, to promote the teaching and learning of Indo-European languages and its reconstructed parent language, Proto-Indo-European; that could help us receive European public funds and make our project known outside Spain. Read more about Indo-European language learning and the European Union Lifelong Learning Programme[…]

Indo-European Translator-Dictionary, Indo-European Grammar printed editions, public stats and Google Ads

These are our latest developments following the beginning of the new year: We have eventually published our Indo-European Translator-Dictionary (again) before it works correctly, in a pre-alpha or aleph version. We preferred to face the challenge of possible fatal errors of MySQL and a worse character output (bad UTF encoding) than to wait for months Read more about Indo-European Translator-Dictionary, Indo-European Grammar printed editions, public stats and Google Ads[…]

Indo-European Language History & Maps and other Resources

One of the latest changes made in our websites has been the move of our Indo-European Language Resources‘ weblog to an old subdomain, namely that of the Indo-European Dictionary-Translator, which is now been revised for its use in www.indo-european.info. We expect to post all new resources, and the improvements made to the old ones, in Read more about Indo-European Language History & Maps and other Resources[…]

“The king and the god”, translated into Proto-Indo-European and its different attested proto-languages

After the last update of Schleicher’s fable in Proto-Indo-European and its main dialects, we wanted to offer an alternative short text for comparison, and have thus added another page to the old one, including “The King and the god” in Proto-Indo-European and its dialects, apart from applying some minor corrections to the Schleicher’s fable. Following Read more about “The king and the god”, translated into Proto-Indo-European and its different attested proto-languages[…]

Schleicher’s Fable in Proto-Indo-European and its proto-languages: Anatolian, Indo-Iranian, Greek, Tocharian, Celtic, Italic, Germanic, Armenian, Baltic and Slavic

There has been a growing interest in our Schleicher’s Fable, especially in the different known Indo-European proto-languages, as they appear in our Indo-European Grammar. I personally just wanted to show the different (mostly phonetical) evolutions in Indo-European, in the differentiation among early dialects, and I used the Schleicher’s fable in Proto-Indo-European just to show the Read more about Schleicher’s Fable in Proto-Indo-European and its proto-languages: Anatolian, Indo-Iranian, Greek, Tocharian, Celtic, Italic, Germanic, Armenian, Baltic and Slavic[…]

Indo-European Grammar printed copies for sale, Nostratic language wiki & new projects

Short news: 1. New printed copies of our main work, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, are now available for sale at 20€ (30$), either directly online through the Editor’s online shopping cart (only in Spanish), or requesting a copy per email, sending us your data, preferred payment option, etc. 2. A Nostratic language wiki has Read more about Indo-European Grammar printed copies for sale, Nostratic language wiki & new projects[…]

A Grammar of Modern Indo-European (Printed Edition) – First 200 copies prepared to be freely redistributed

We have received the first 200 books, and we will start sending them to different libraries tomorrow. The editor Imcrea Editorial has worked a press release to be distributed among journalists, which we reproduce here: Report (revised automatic translation): In order to understand each other, the 27 EU member states have to trust the biggest Read more about A Grammar of Modern Indo-European (Printed Edition) – First 200 copies prepared to be freely redistributed[…]

Indo-European Language Association: Projects, Subsidies, ToDos and Holydays

After the last weeks of holydays, some Dnghu members are back to work. We are all, however, engaged in different activities in the University – Doctorate, Exams, Academy (private) lessons for the exams, and language courses. Recent matters to be solved at DNGHU before the beginning of this academic course: – The decision on the Read more about Indo-European Language Association: Projects, Subsidies, ToDos and Holydays[…]