Monthly Archives: February 2017

Owáyawa-ta Wóiyotiyekiye. The Lakota Berenstain Bears Episode 1, Scene 2 Walk Through

Scene 2 Script: Brother: Uŋkčéǧila tȟáŋka. … Iyótaŋȟčiŋ wókȟokipȟeke. … [hoȟpé] Brother: Háu tȟaŋkší. Sister: Thibló, nitáŋyaŋ he? Brother: Owámahečheča. Philámayaye. Sister: Hé táku he? Brother: Lé ȟeíle héčha. [hoȟpé] Sister: Má. … Táku yakȟá he? Brother: Ȟeíle kiŋ lé akáŋl … Continue reading

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Owáyawa-ta Wóiyotiyekiye. The Lakota Berenstain Bears Episode 1, Scene 1 Walk Through

Language is all about context. Conversations teach us context. Considering the information presented in my previous posts, the best way for a beginning language student to progress is by studying real conversations of native speakers from the first day. Along … Continue reading

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