A selection of materials for learning Cree, a group of closely related Algonquian languages spoken in Canada.
by C. Douglas Ellis
- this newly revised edition is the first of three levels in a complete Cree language course, based on the 'N' and 'L' dialects spoken west of James Bay. Level 1 introduces the student to Cree by focusing on typical day-to-day situations. Each of the 18 units include basic conversation, a discussion of Cree grammar, drills, conversation practice and vocabulary list and a review section.
by C. Douglas Ellis
- builds on the fundamental knowledge of the Cree language established in Spoken Cree, Level I. From the weather to a wedding, tea breaks to trapping, Level II enriches Cree language proficiency in everyday situations. In addition to sections devoted to developing speaking and listening skills in conversation, Level II provides exercises in syllabic writing.
by Jean L. Okimasis
- a grammar of Cree with a bilingual glossary of vocabulary. The vocabulary contains words from the natural world, as well as things like microwave and aeroplane. There are numerous short sentences to provide examples of usage which cover a vast swathe of the Cree grammar.
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