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This is a website/mobile app that makes it easier for people to use their native language on Twitter. It provides a menu of common phrases that a user can select and use to compose a tweet. Tweet2Learn is aimed especially at second-language learners of their heritage language, to give them confidence in using a few phrases in the language without worrying about spelling, complicated keyboard input, and so on. Start the conversation! Tweet2Learn is being developed as part of the Indigenous Tweets project: http://indigenoustweets.com/ http://indigenoustweets.blogspot.com/ Special thanks to everyone who has contributed phrases: * Peter Hill (Lakota) * Phil Kelly (Manx Gaelic) * Mícheál Ó Meachair (Irish) * John Paul Montano (Nishnaabemwin) * Kevin Scannell (Irish, Manx, Hawaiian) * Karaitiana Taiuru (Māori) We welcome all languages! If you'd like to contribute some phrases, you can contact me by email: kscanne at gmail. If you like Tweet2Learn, please consider making a donation to the Lakota Language Immersion Childcare on the Pine Ridge Reservation: http://www.lakotalearners.com/Donate.html Kevin Scannell St. Louis 17 March 2013