Title Author Subject Published date Internal Link External link Additional notes
Welcome to Country Language Resource 2 pages Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Welcome to Country Language Suggestions 2016-12-19 View Doc An introductory resource sheet for a basic Welcome to Country sentence in language with notes about Welcomes To Country, their meaning and our normal cultural practice.
Song Notes - Murreng_Thather- pronunciation Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Body, Face, 2017-05-30 View Doc Words in Wamba/Wemba and English and pronunciation guide for Head, Shoulders Knees and Toes - Murreng, Thather, Pathing pa Tyina
Language Learning Resource 3 Quiz1 Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Counting, Family, Country, Animal 2017-01-10 View Doc Basic language quiz for lower primary students based around language posters at Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre. Students can also research answers in the Word Search section of this site at http://culture.yarkuwa.com.au/words/word_search
Sorry Day Ceremony Language Resource List 1 page Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Sorry Day 2017-05-23 View Doc One page list of Wamba/Wemba words, pronunciations and English equivalents that are related to Sorry Day ceremony subjects and awareness.
Song Lyrics - Murreng_Thather No Pronunciation Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Body, Face 2017-05-30 View Doc Murreng, Thather (Head Shoulders Knees and Toes) Song without pronunciation guide. Includes second verse Mirr, Wirimbula, Wurru pa Karr.
Language Learning Resource 1 Body Page 1 Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Body 2016-11-30 View Doc One page A4 poster with graphic by Brett Ross and language names of body. Can be printed on plastic paper AquaAce or standard paper.
Language Learning Resource 1 Body Page 2 Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Body 2016-11-30 View Doc One page A4 poster with learning exercises for names of the body and pronunciation guides. Can be printed on plastic paper AquaAce or standard paper. Accompanies page 1.
Wembawemba Dictionary Section - Bound Forms Louise Hercus Language content - bound forms 1992-01-01 View Doc An extract from the 'Wemba Wemba Dictionary' by Luise A. Hercus. 'A bound form ‎is a unit of language that can only be used as part of a word, not as a word on its own (such as the English suffix -ly)' - Wiktionary definition. Bound forms are an important part of our language, for example, the possessive markers 'ek', 'in' and 'uk' are added to the end of nouns to indicate 'mine', 'yours' and 'his, hers, its' respectively.
Wemba Wemba Language Summary VACL (Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages) Wemba Wemba Description 2016-01-01 Link Summary discussion of the Wamba Wamba / Wemba Wemba language, historical references, associations with neighbouring languages and other resources including a link to the Wembawemba Smart Phone app.
Language Learning Resource 1 Body combined p1 & 2 Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Body 2016-11-30 View Doc Two page A4 poster with traditional male body graphic by Brett Ross, language names of body, language learning exercises and pronunciation guide . Can be printed on plastic paper AquaAce or standard paper.
Wurrekangurrak Web Site Display Poster Yarkuwa Indigenous Knowledge Centre Wurrekangurrak, Language Web Site, Launch 2016-11-30 View Doc A3 size poster contains explanation of the language website development project including content, funding, steering committee and scope.