This has Warlpiri's:
The following as running dialog in Warlpiri:
What’s your name?
I don’t understand.
What is that?
I want one. No, two.
Where is a toilet?
Non-grammar easy vocabulary listings:
woman already go speak in house
man see much food and water
hand up pain medicine money
A miniature grammar sketch regarding:
sentence syntax, plurals, a/an, the
Helpful links for extra vocabulary and grammar;
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