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Apprendre le zarma / learning zarma

Apprendre le zarma / learning zarma

Old Dec 28th 2004, 6:20 pm
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Fred
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Default Apprendre le zarma / learning zarma

[English version below]


Dans quelques mois je compte aller visiter ma copine à Niamey, Niger.
Puisque la majorité de ses amis et connaissances dans ce pays ont le
zarma (djerma) comme langue natale, j'aimerais apprendre la base de la
langue ainsi que quelques phrases utiles, ne serait-ce que pour
faciliter les rapprochements avec eux. Connaissez-vous un site Internet
ou un livre qui pourraient m'aider? Merci pour tout conseil pouvant
m'être utile.


In a few months I'll visit my girlfriend in Niamey, Niger. Since the
majority of her friends and acquaintances in that country use zarma
(djerma) as their first language, I'd like to learn the basis of the
language as well as some useful phrases that would help me to better get
in touch with them. Do you know of websites or books that might help me?
Thanks for any tip that could be useful to me.

Salutations,
Regards,
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Old Dec 29th 2004, 11:40 am
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Default Re: Apprendre le zarma / learning zarma

Fred wrote:
    >
    > [English version below]
    >
    > Dans quelques mois je compte aller visiter ma copine à Niamey, Niger.
    > Puisque la majorité de ses amis et connaissances dans ce pays ont le
    > zarma (djerma) comme langue natale, j'aimerais apprendre la base de la
    > langue ainsi que quelques phrases utiles, ne serait-ce que pour
    > faciliter les rapprochements avec eux. Connaissez-vous un site Internet
    > ou un livre qui pourraient m'aider? Merci pour tout conseil pouvant
    > m'être utile.
    >
    > In a few months I'll visit my girlfriend in Niamey, Niger. Since the
    > majority of her friends and acquaintances in that country use zarma
    > (djerma) as their first language, I'd like to learn the basis of the
    > language as well as some useful phrases that would help me to better get
    > in touch with them. Do you know of websites or books that might help me?
    > Thanks for any tip that could be useful to me.
    >
    > Salutations,
    > Regards,
    > --
http://home.tiscali.nl/djerma/index.html

http://www.peeters-leuven.be/boekoverz.asp?nr=5922

http://users.pandora.be/hermanb/lang...base/index.htm

http://www.bisharat.net/Zarma/

http://denisnddo.free.fr/html/zarma.htm

http://visionneuse.free.fr/index.htm?version=DJE

http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=DJE

HTH! :D
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