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NameTzaims Luksus, FRSA
Date2017-08-07
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MessageI have recently lived among the Karen in the Village of Laytongku and am interested in learning the dialect and proper Karen language as they speak so I can better communicate with them when I return this winter 2017-2018. My village host family and I exchanged words in Karen and English and I realized they wished to learn English. I am not certain if they speak Sgaw, Poe or P'wa Karen or a mixture of all three. I also wish to know the culture and traditions of the pure Karen Animist faith so that I do not offend in any way. I am an NPR (no particular religion) and have studied Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Hindi as well as the philosophies of Buddhism and Hinduism. I do not intend to influence religion in any way but to learn from the Karen of Laytongku their traditions. Can anyone help me better understand them? I believe they are of the Kelachon (Kelakan) sect of Animist Karen. smilie


NameChristine Jernigan
Date2017-05-10
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MessageA student of mine told me about this website and I am so impressed. I wish you the best as you work to preserve a beautiful culture.


NameSawlwin
Date2017-04-22
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MessageI'm karen and working with the karen and language literacy developer,because many work in karen do not appear in other language,also many English we use in the same translation, but do not make sense. Many Time we found missed interpreting and do not help full for people who need help.I use drum public as comparison to make sure karen language and other languages get translate appropriately.


Namehsar thein
Date2017-04-10
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MessageGood Day all!
I'm a Karen student who use to lived in camp and came to Australia 7 years ago.
this website is awesome I learning and still using to improve my second English vocabulary and more also I showed my other friends to using this page very useful. my boss's love it!

cheers
Hsar smilie


NameThe Rev. Carolyn Ballinger
Date2017-03-20
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MessageI am so glad I found this website. I have just been assigned to pastor a congregation of the Episcopal Church that has several Burmese families attending regularly. I would like to learn the sounds of the language, so that I can attune my ear to what they are communicating, to learn some key phrases and to be able to say the Lord's Prayer, the Absolution, and the Blessing in the language that is understood by the people I serve. Mother Carolyn


NameSaw Lay Ker Kaw
Date2017-02-18
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MessageThis website is very helpful for me. At the same time, it makes me fun to reread my stories that posted here.


NameEh K'Paw Moo
Date2017-02-13
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MessageHello, from overseas
I am very glad that I am one of Drum Publication Group fan. To be honest i used to read Drum Publication Group books since the library were established in Karen Refugee Camp. I wish i could find some old books to read it again in this site.
Thank you so much Drum Publication Group
By Moo


NameMu shee
Date2017-01-31
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MessageLove this dictionary


NameLevi A Murphy
Date2016-10-15
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MessageThank you for this website! smilie


NameKristin Peterson
Date2016-05-25
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MessageI am an English Second Language teacher and this website has helped me greatly to engage a student with VERY limited English. He was unresponsive until I played some of the commands, such as "stand up" and "sit Down" and he immediately complied. I am so grateful for this site as it opens an opportunity to engage with my students! I love the opportunity for him to share words with me because of the command: "Say this in Karen" and I try! THANK YOU SO MUCH for making communication possible!


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