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Category Archives: Roman Syllabic Orthography
Getting the kids ready for bed…in Cree!
In the spirit of the last post, nêhiyawêtân!, I have been trying to be more consistent with my use of Cree at home. In order to do this, I’m focusing on certain periods of the day to really get the … Continue reading
Language and power
I talk about language a lot, so it is not strange that on various occasions people have brought up the issue of language as power. This has happened enough times that I’ve given it a fair amount of thought, without … Continue reading
Tân’si. I think a good start for a first post is that word, “tân’si”. I use it when I answer my phone, when I prepare to introduce myself, when I write an email. It’s full of layers, that word. First … Continue reading