Cheyenne language

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Cheyenne language

Postby froggie » 2003-05-15, 10:41

Hello!
I had a nice discussion with monkeywrench yesterday, about native American languages. I would like to ask who else would be interested in learning Cheyenne? Maybe we could open a discussion group or so...
Let me know :)
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Postby leppie » 2003-05-15, 15:02

I'd like to learn some of it.
Se il drago rifiuta di combattere,
forse è solo pigro.
Ma se ignora la zanzara,
allora è davvero addormentato.

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Postby Saaropean » 2003-05-15, 15:12

My only contact with First Nations languages was this stop sign just outside Onhohüa Chetekθe and bilingual info signs on the site itself...
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Postby Car » 2003-05-15, 19:41

I don't want to learn it, but I'd like to know more about it.

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Postby Emandir » 2003-05-15, 21:34

Car a écrit :
I don't want to learn it, but I'd like to know more about it.

So do I!

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Postby froggie » 2003-05-16, 12:07

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Re: Cheyenne language

Postby high hawk » 2015-08-16, 16:43

Hi. I have devoted a lot of time to the study of Cheyenne. i have also tried to realize an attempt of morphemic analysis, but nobody has found it interesting. I would like to get in contact with someone who shares my interest. Contact me if you want.


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