Intermediate Cherokee Language Program

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Intermediate Cherokee Language Program

Author: Durbin Feeling, Gregg Howard

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Book description:
A series of five modules – each complete with a 1 hour audio tape and workbook and available separately. These modules cover the Cherokee verb structure, including discussions on the Set A and Set B pronouns,verb conjugations, subject-object prefixes, translation notes and exercises, how to tell time in Cherokee, cultural notes, recipes, legends and poetry by Robert Conley. The only advanced Cherokee language program available. Recommended.

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