Also, I started learning Tsalagi two years ago, but due to school, didn’t have as much time to dedicate to it as I wanted. That, and nobody in my family actually speaks it, since the culture was ripped away from us. So I’d have nobody to speak it with. But still, I want to continue with that. For me.
The only problem is, I can’t tell what sources are valid and what aren’t. There are tons of language sites, and some of them look very legitimate, but I’m not trying to learn white people Tsalagi. :/ White people are the reason I don’t speak it in the first place.
I’ll work this out.
I can’t remember words when I try to speak, but when I listen or read, I know what is being said, what words mean. I just need to learn to remember the words so that I can, you know, speak.
I just read an entire Selecciones (Reader’s Digest) and understood most of it.
And this pleases me. :]