Adding new languages; ISO codes aer, pjt, rop and tcs
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> The Kriol is called Australian Kriol or Roper River Kriol.
How is this name written in the language itself? This looks written in standard English.
> There aren't tons of website in these languages but neither is there in half the languages on here so yeah. There are a couple of websites in Kriol.
Do you have links?
And finally, are you going to bring in people who will actually translate into these languages?
@Amir E. Aharoni Sorry for the late reply again. Yes, I will try to get people to translate into these languages. Here are some Kriol websites:
That's all I could find because Kriol is not written as often. However, there is a Kriol Bible and I did find some audio in Kriol:
- This is a COVID-19 advertisement in Kriol, from a radio station in the Kimberley region of WA
- Another COVID-19 advertisement (this one is for vaccines) in Kriol, also from the Kimberley
- This recording
- This video
And there are lots more. While you're at it, could you also add Drehu? Drehu is the most spoken Kanak language in New Caledonia 🇳🇨, spoken in the Loyalty Islands. Its ISO code is dhv.
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