An excerpt about the complex case-marking grammar of Cherokee language from our film, "First Language: the Race to Save
Presented By: Dennis Sixkiller.
ᎤᎵᎮᎵᏍᏗ! Links: Information about the Cherokee language and syllabary http://www.native-languages.org/cherokee.htm http://en.
Learn to speak key phrases in the Cherokee language with Dr. Candessa Tehee. This month, learn how to say "Where are you
An excerpt about the Cherokee Syllabary from First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee First Language is a documentary film
Tonya Carroll, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, talks about learning Cherokee language with Your Grandmother's Cherokee.
1. Yes And No 2. Ok/alright 3. Maybe 4. I can't 5. almost 6. Always/forever 7. Never 8. Next time 9. often 10. wait 11. again 12. next (
This Emmy Award-winning documentary chronicles the efforts of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to preserve and revitalize
Learn to speak key words and phrases in the Cherokee language with speaker Anna Sixkiller and Cherokee Nation Immersion
teaching - Created with AquaSoft SlideShow for YouTube: http://www.aquasoft.net.
Cherokees have always adopted technology for their own uses. This video is about how the Cherokee syllabary has been used by
CCO Director, Rob Daugherty will discuss the current state of our precious Cherokee language, its plight, and the urgent need for
The language and culture of the Cherokee Nation in the Appalachian region of North Carolina Excerpt from from the documentary "
Presentation on the importance of learning and using Cherokee while also including resources and strategies for learning Cherokee
Cherokee 1 is a introductory level language class that is geared towards first time students that have never been exposed to the
Cherokee Language Instructors embrace their philosophies about teaching in unique ways.
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