Navajo isn't a written language
That's why you can't find anyone to translate it (or do you want it as downloadable MP3's)?
My father ran the Navajo Reading Study at the University of New Mexico for 5 years. So you've picked the wrong person to try to tell that Navajo isn't a written language!
From the description of the "Navajo" font extension, it would seem that the written Navajo is a transliteration rather than directly written in the native langauge.
Peter WA Wood
Any language can become a written language by just using some kind of alphabet to write the sounds down in.
Like most aboriginal languages originally Dine was an oral not written language. However as it has become threatened it had to be come written as one way of preserving it. Therefore both are correct.
Jon Phipps (Chinle Az)
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