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This review is from: Mini-dictionary, English-Cornish: Gerlyvrik, Kernewek-Sowsnek (Paperback)
What a cracking little dictionary this is. Not much larger than a box of matches it contains about 8000 words. It uses the most widely used form of revived Cornish, Kernewek Kemmyn, developed by the author, Ken George in the 1980s. What makes this dictionary stand out from all the others on the market is the pronunciation guide that each word has, in brackets, using the International Phonetic Alphabet. With so many of us Cornish learners struggling with pronunciation, it really is a godsend. For anyone with no knowledge of Cornish this is a great introduction and cheap at that. Pur dha Ken ha meur ras dhis.
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Initial post: 12 Jul 2011 18:39:14 BDT
Mr. K. Bailey says:
Ny allav vy gul moy es assentya genes. Fest yn ta yw an lyvrik-ma!
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