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First steps in gallurese language

The translator takes his first steps in translating from French into the Gallurian language. The first tests show a score of 75-80%, with many errors in grammar, spelling and vocabulary. It will be necessary to reach a score of 90% … Continue reading

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The 90% rule

The translation from French to Gallurese is in progress and currently under development. An application for Android is first planned. It will be called ‘traducidori gaddhuresu’. Currently the French-Gallurese translator is undergoing testing. It will only be published if its … Continue reading

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Texts in Gallurese language

For those willing to read some texts in gallurese language (‘gaddhuresu‘), a sister-language from Corsican: Tizzoni, a short story of Maria Teresa Inzaina and Antonio Meloni Li fiori di l’alburi di la presca, short story of Maria Teresa Inzaina La … Continue reading

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What are the conditions for a given endangered language to be a candidate for rule-based machine translation?

What are the conditions for a given endangered language to be a candidate for rule-based machine translation? For a given endangered language to be a candidate for rule-based machine translation, some requirements are in order. There is notably need for: a … Continue reading

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Writing differences between Corsican and Gallurese

Here are some writing differences between Corsican and Sardinian gallurese, that result from historical writing habits. These writing differences prevail, even when the words are the same: ghj is replaced by gghj: acciaghju (corsu), acciagghju (gallurese) , steel chj is … Continue reading

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