31 DEC 2011
Indo-European Language Learning:
Main Modern Indo-European Reference Books
The teaching and learning of
Proto-Indo-European words and Modern Indo-European's main grammatical rules
are essential for the success of Indo-European as a spoken language.
Almost every effort made at Dnghu is dedicated to develop its main works:
Project for a Modern Indo-European language learning course
Current Version: 0.1 / ALPHA! (31 DEC 2011)
You can read and contribute to the
A complete and detailed Modern Indo-European language course
has been planned by Mario Basile. The first published document (in Alpha version - revision 0.1) contains
a sketch of the course and its first lessons. It was published in the hope that it might receive
comments and collaboration before it can be
published as an official document.
Oriented towards a step by step learning of grammatical rules and
vocabulary, and dealing with situations of modern-day life in an Assimil-like way,
it is designed as the core of what should become the main (self-)learning course of
With the publication of more stable and complete versions of the course, it is expected that lessons
should be made available in audio format, too. But before that,
some minimal revisions must be completed, and your help is key for a quicker development.
For comments and revisions, you can always use the
for common discussion, or contact Mario directly at
Old Modern Indo-European lessons (2008 - deprecated)
The old sketches of lessons to learn Modern Indo-European,
corresponding to version 3.0 of the grammar, or first
printed edition, have been deprecated. They are still available at the site:
Modern Indo-European language projects:
Following this strategy, the Dnghu Group is developing different Internet-based projects related to these
different dimensions of the teaching and learning of Indo-European:
- Indo-European Translator-Dictionary, a PHP-based Indo-European
Open Translator-Dictionary Engine, to be able to write and read the language
until it is learned.
- Indo-European languages portal,
a Wiki web site for public collaboration, to further develop, translate and discuss the MIE grammar details.
a collaborative Wiki Web site written in Modern Indo-European. Other sites for PIE dialects
have also been arranged.