Aboriginal Interpreting WA
The elderly Ngarinyin speakers mostly worked as stock drivers in the beef industry and young Ngarinyin people are increasingly finding employment on traditional country through ranger organisations. This has also increased motivation among young people to keep traditional culture strong. Paired with ongoing efforts from the experienced and active community language centre the KLRC, this may emerge as an impetus for language maintenance. Language information Ngarinyin sometimes called Ungarinyin in order to distinguish it from the ethnonym and also known as Ungarinjin or Ngarinjin is one of the three clearly established Worrorran languages Capell, 54 , the other two being Worrorra moribund and Wunambal less than 10 speakers McGregor and Rumsey, Special characteristics Among other linguistic features of interest, Ngarinyin has a special 'avoidance register', which has never been formally described Spronck, Acknowledgement and citation To refer to any data from the corpus, please cite the corpus in this way: Spronck, Stef.
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The Languages of the Kimberley, Western Australia
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Sign up. Publications Pages Publications Pages. Search my Subject Specializations: Select Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. A range of dialects of the Western Desert language are spoken in communities across the Nullarbor Plain and in the desert, along the Canning Stock Route north across the Gibson and Great Sandy Deserts to the Kimberley, and west to the Hamersley Range and the Murchison goldfields.
The Kimberley Several Aboriginal languages survive of around 30 different languages and dialects that were spoken in the Kimberley region.