Formiko wrote:Where in NY do you live? I live in NY too. While I don't know Cayuga, I studied Mohawk for 2 semesters. The two are similar enough.
''' wrote:OT but if you have any Mohawk resources online I'd be interested.
I have a link in my bookmarks that could interest you: Kanien'kéha. I don't know if it's a dialect of Mohawk though.
This site gathers data from First Nations across Canada.
Anyone else learning Mohawk? (I'll ask out of curiosity.)
A Thousand Words Of Mohawk[/i] by Maracle any good?
Formiko wrote:Yes, it's good
księżycowy wrote:Formiko wrote:Yes, it's good
My follow up question is: does it have the same orthography (-ies) as Let's Speak Mohawk?
I don't really like the one type they use in the grammar book. But it is nice that they use the more 'phonetic' type in the brackets after. Same for the 'dictionary?'
Formiko wrote:Yes, it's by the same authors
ILuvEire wrote:Guy-with-a-cool-Polish-name, you're the greatest :]
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