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Indigenous languages of the North American Plains: Algonquian languages, Michif language, Plains Cree language, Crow language, Lakota language, Comanche language, Kiowa language, Lipan Apache people, Wichita language, Mandan language, Blackfoot language,
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[EAN: 9781151009043], Neubuch, [PU: Chronicle Books Llc], Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Chapters: Algonquian languages, Michif language, Plains Cree language, Crow language, Lakota language, Comanche language, Kiowa language, Lipan Apache people, Wichita language, Mandan language, Blackfoot language, Algic languages, Cheyenne language, Tonkawa language, Western Cree syllabics, Tsuut ina language, Arapaho language, Plains Algonquian languages, Fox language, Assiniboine language, Pawnee language, Plains Apache language, Hidatsa language, Arapahoan languages, Nawathinehena language, Tanoan languages. Excerpt: Plains Cree (native name: nehiyawewin) is a dialect of the Algonquian language, Cree, which is the most common Canadian indigenous language. Plains Cree is sometimes considered a dialect of the Cree-Montagnais language, or sometimes a dialect of the Cree language, distinct from the Montagnais language. Plains Cree is one of five main dialects of Cree in this second sense, along with Woods Cree, Swampy Cree, Moose Cree, and Atikamekw. Although no single dialect of Cree is favored over another, Plains Cree is the most widely used. Out of the 80 thousand speakers of the Cree language, the Plains Cree dialect is spoken by about 34,000 people primarily in Saskatchewan and Alberta but also in Manitoba and Montana. This number is diminishing as social pressures increase to use English, leaving many Cree children without a fluent command of Cree. Monolingual Plains Cree speakers are still found, however, in the more rural Cree-speaking areas, such as the Cree territory s northern reaches. These populations, nevertheless, are primarily composed of elders and are continuously shrinking in size. The consonant inventory for Plains Cree contains 10 or 11 sounds. This includes the semi-vowels and , which are glides that act like and often follow consonants. The consonants of Plains Cree in the two standard writing systems, Cree syllabics and the Roman alphabet are listed in the following table (with IPA phonemic notation within slashes). Note that the Cree syllabics symbols chosen for this table all represent syllable codas, as in ew, ep, et, etc. The consonants are represented differently when they comprise or are a component of a syllable onset, as in we, pe, pwe, te, etc. The exception is h, which always has the same representation, as in eh or he. The status of the glottal stop, , as a phoneme in Plains Cree is uncertain. It was recorded in the word eha¿ yes (transcribed äha¿) by Leonard Bloomfield, who stated that the sound occurred only in this word. In a collaborative on

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[EAN: 9781151009043], Neubuch, SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA,SUBJECTS, This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Algonquian languages, Michif language, Plains Cree language, Crow language, Lakota language, Comanche language, Kiowa language, Lipan Apache people, Wichita language, Mandan language, Blackfoot language, Algic languages, Cheyenne language, Tonkawa language, Western Cree syllabics, Tsuutina language, Arapaho language, Plains Algonquian languages, Fox language, Assiniboine language, Pawnee language, Plains Apache language, Hidatsa language, Arapahoan languages, Nawathinehena language, Tanoan languages. Excerpt: Plains Cree (native name: nhiyawwin) is a dialect of the Algonquian language, Cree, which is the most common Canadian indigenous language. Plains Cree is sometimes considered a dialect of the Cree-Montagnais language, or sometimes a dialect of the Cree language, distinct from the Montagnais language. Plains Cree is one of five main dialects of Cree in this second sense, along with Woods Cree, Swampy Cree, Moose Cree, and Atikamekw. Although no single dialect of Cree is favored over another, Plains Cree is the most widely used. Out of the 80 thousand speakers of the Cree language, the Plains Cree dialect is spoken by about 34, 000 people primarily in Saskatchewan and Alberta but also in Manitoba and Montana. This number is diminishing as social pressures increase to use English, leaving many Cree children without a fluent command of Cree. Monolingual Plains Cree speakers are still found, however, in the more rural Cree-speaking areas, such as the Cree territorys northern reaches. These populations, nevertheless, are primarily composed of elders and are continuously shrinking in size. The consonant inventory for Plains Cree contains 10 or 11 sounds. This includes the semi-vowels and , which are glides that act like and often follow consonants. The consonants of Plains Cree in the two standard writing systems, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., [PU: General Books, LLC]

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Chapters: Algonquian languages, Michif language, Plains Cree language, Crow language, Lakota language, Comanche language, Kiowa language, Lipan Apache people, Wichita language, Mandan language, Blackfoot language, Algic languages, Cheyenne language, Tonkawa language, Western Cree syllabics, Tsuut'ina language, Arapaho language, Plains Algonquian languages, Fox language, Assiniboine language, Pawnee language, Plains Apache language, Hidatsa language, Arapahoan languages, Nawathinehena language, Tanoan languages. Excerpt: Plains Cree (native name: nehiyawewin) is a dialect of the Algonquian language, Cree, which is the most common Canadian indigenous language. Plains Cree is sometimes considered a dialect of the Cree-Montagnais language, or sometimes a dialect of the Cree language, distinct from the Montagnais language. Plains Cree is one of five main dialects of Cree in this second sense, along with Woods Cree, Swampy Cree, Moose Cree, and Atikamekw. Although no single dialect of Cree is favored over another, Plains Cree is the most widely used. Out of the 80 thousand speakers of the Cree language, the Plains Cree dialect is spoken by about 34,000 people primarily in Saskatchewan and Alberta but also in Manitoba and Montana. This number is diminishing as social pressures increase to use English, leaving many Cree children without a fluent command of Cree. Monolingual Plains Cree speakers are still found, however, in the more rural Cree-speaking areas, such as the Cree territory's northern reaches. These populations, nevertheless, are primarily composed of elders and are continuously shrinking in size. The consonant inventory for Plains Cree contains 10 or 11 sounds. This includes the semi-vowels and , which are glides that act like and often follow consonants. The consonants of Plains Cree in the two standard writing systems, Cree syllabics and the Roman alphabet are listed in the following table (with IPA phonemic notation within slashes). Note that the Cree syllabics symbols chosen for this table all represent syllable codas, as in ew, ep, et, etc. The consonants are represented differently when they comprise or are a component of a syllable onset, as in we, pe, pwe, te, etc. The exception is h, which always has the same representation, as in eh or he. The status of the glottal stop, , as a phoneme in Plains Cree is uncertain. It was recorded in the word eha¿ "yes" (transcribed äha¿) by Leonard Bloomfield, who stated that the sound occurred only in this word. In a collaborative on

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