I was wondering if there are any Mvskoge speakers communities, fora etc. on the internet? I do know that there are quite some language resources for a language as this, but resources alone don't teach a language...
ennime wrote:Creek, not Cree... they are very different languages...
księżycowy wrote:Thread for languages like Creek, Chockaw, Chicktaw, ect. These languages are Native American languages, traditionally spoken in the Southeastern U.S.
http://www.wm.edu/linguistics/creek/tex ... unvkv1.pdf Part 1
http://www.wm.edu/linguistics/creek/tex ... unvkv2.pdf Part 2
http://www.wm.edu/linguistics/creek/tex ... unvkv3.pdf Part 3 (Final)
Choctaw Grammar and Phrases:
(Very short, but still interesting.)
Formiko wrote:I never liked the sound of the Muskogean languages (too many plosives), but I have enough stuff to learn Creek , etc to choke a mule.
lacustrine wrote:Glad to see a Muskogean thread is here. I've got a few links here to add. The purlgurl link someone else posted didn't work for me, but my link does (it has intro.html instead of index.html).
Also, I own Choctaw Language and Culture by Haag and Willis that I would recommend as a resource. You can get it on Amazon, but there seems to be a second volume that uses the first volume's picture on Amazon. So it's a little confusing. I don't know what that second vol. actually contains.
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