This document is an essay on the reconstruction of the grammar of the language known as Awabakal.
An Australian Language as it was spoken by the Awabakal, the People of Awaba, or Lake Macquarie (near Newcastle, New South Wales): Being an account of their language, traditions, and customs.
The project to recover the language now known as Awabakal is based almost entirely on the admirable philological work carried out by the missionary the Reverend Lancelot Edward Threlkeld.
This is a fun way for children to begin to learn the Awabakal Language as they colour in the pictures.
The Awabakal Dictionary - Community Edition (ADCE) comprises of two dictionaries: The Illustrated Awabakal Dictionary (IAD) and The Awabakal English to Awabakal Dictionary (AEAD).
The Body Language Resource Book is a great introduction to the Awabakal Language. Have fun learning all the Awabakal names of the different Body Parts.
The Wildlife Resource Book is a great introduction to the Awabakal Language. Have fun learning all the Awabakal names of the different animals.
The aim of this document is to gather together in one place the collected writings ofthose who have recorded the narratives and lore of the Aboriginal people called the Awabakal.
As Lenny take his walk and collects insects, we learn some of the words that relate to the bush, to the landscape and the little creatures that would be found there.
Learning the Awabakal language is now even more fun with these new products for kids.
Nupaleyalaan Palii Awabakalkoba. This volume is an introductory work designed more to give you a "taste" for the language, than to bring you up to any kind of "testable" standard.
Palii Ngarabangaliingeyn Awabakalkoba. This publication is intended to be a "plain english" Grammar for the traditional language (or major dialect) spoken by the Aboriginal people who inhabited the Lower Hunter Valley and the districts occupying and surrounding what is now Lake Macquarie.