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Miskitu Aisas!

Miskito Language Course

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Announcing the project[edit]

I am bringing on line this project, which I have recently been preparing and which will grow over coming days and weeks according to unfolding plans. Please refer to the contents page to see existing components and the course's structure and makeup (further explanations will follow as time permits). Contributions and comments are of course very welcome. I will add to or reformulate this page as the project progresses. Wish me luck! --A R King 08:10, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

New page log[edit]

The page log page is now here.

Latest news[edit]

Only three weeks after starting the project, the first ten lessons have been completed together with many complementary pages and full development of almost the items in the Table of Contents. Work of the course is now sufficiently advanced to make it functional. Even I am amazed! The experiment has also shown that Wikibooks is a good platform for a production of this kind. There is still plenty more to do - the rest of the lessons, in particular. --A R King 10:04, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

Oops! I got sidetracked after this "experiment" and have failed to continue developing the course since then. Apologies for that. I only just found out it was featured last year, thanks everyone who was responsible for that! --A R King (discusscontribs) 09:20, 27 August 2011 (UTC)