27.3641, Media: New Programs on TV Malintzin

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Subject: 27.3641, Media: New Programs on TV Malintzin

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Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2016 14:06:29
From: Norbert Francis [norbert.francis at nau.edu]
Subject: New Programs on TV Malintzin

 
TV Malintzin presents programs (28) and (29):

(28) Cómo aprendí el náhuatl en San Miguel Canoa (How I learned Nahuatl in San
Miguel Canoa)
(29) Los malos consejos de la suegra a la hija (Mother-in-law’s bad advice to
her daughter).

https://www.youtube.com/user/TVMalintzin

The TV Malintzin videos can also be found on Facebook:
http://www7.nau.edu/coe/seminario/
 


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                     Language Documentation

Language Family(ies): Uto-Aztecan



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