By H. Enciso Choquehuanca
Taken from http://www.radioquechua.pe/
How do the people who study any language know that they are really learning it? If its teaching does not follow a minimum of rules and scientific criteria, their educators have to adapt their procedure to them. Since the beginning of the Peruvian independence process, Quechua language has been forgotten by our authorities. Although there are people who promote this language everywhere in order to recover and enhance it, their efforts are disperse and their work’s quality is going worse. There is only a little number of well educated people who invest enough time to accomplish remarkable objectives such as, for example, pedagogy and translation. This kind of professionals must also give guaranties overseen, controlled by the public law. This is a way to safeguard the invaluable purpose of studying Quechua.
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