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Michif/Cree dictionary

Vince Ahenakew

Michif/Cree dictionary

by Vince Ahenakew

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Published by Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre in Saskatoon, Sask .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Dictionaries -- Michif.,
  • Michif language -- Textbooks for second language learners -- English speakers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Vince Ahenakew.
    ContributionsSaskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM7895.M53 A45 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20684563M
    ISBN 101551652005

    In Li Liivr Oche Michif Ayamiiawina - The Book of Michif Prayers. Camperville Michif Cree Ritual Language Project. Camperville Michif Cree Ritual Language Project. Ligações externas EditarFalado em: Canadá, Estados Unidos. The Michif language is unusual (and possibly even unique) among mixed languages, in that rather than forming a simplified grammar, it developed by incorporating complex elements of the chief languages from which it was born.

    Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Culture. Indigenous cultures; Indigenous personalities; Country food. Words from Michif Sounds and Spellings: 1. Pétikwe: Come in: Come in before you get cold. Pepétikwe chipwa kawachéyan. 2. Kiya: You: I mean you. Kiya ká'ititan.

    Michif is also known as Mitchif, Mechif, Michif-Cree, Métif, Métchif or French Cree. It is spoken by about people, according to the and censuses. Michif speakers can be found in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and the Northwest Territories in Canada, and in North Dakota in the USA, mainly in the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation. A language of our own: The genesis of Michif, the mixed Cree-French language of the Canadian Métis. New York, Oxford University Press. Bakker, Peter and Robert Papen. Michif: A mixed language based on Cree and French. In S. Thomason (ed.) Contact languages: A wider perspective. Philadelphia: John Benjamins, p.


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Michif/Cree dictionary by Vince Ahenakew Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Gabriel Dumont Institute's Michif Dictionary brings you o translations and audio pronunciations by Michif-language expert Norman Fleury. Michif/Cree dictionary =: Nêhiyawêwin Masinahik̦an [Vince Ahenakew] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Nêhiyawêwin Masinahiķan: Michif*/Cree Dictionary and Nêhiyawêwin Mitâtaht: Michif ahci Cree Combo $ Nêhiyawêwin Masinahiķan: Michif*/Cree Dictionary is a comprehensive resource, featuring thousands of words in the “Northern” or “Ile-à-la Crosse” Michif language consists of a northern Plains Cree base (“Y” dialect) with some French nouns.

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"Speaking Michif" Lessons in Michif-Cree for the Whole Family How to use "SPEAKING MICHIF" at home and in the classroom: Speaking Michif is an instructional DVD developed by the Louis Riel Institute to assist in teaching families the Michif language. A language of our own: The genesis of Michif, the mixed Cree-French language of the Canadian Métis.

New York, Oxford University Press. Bakker, Peter and Robert Papen. Michif: A mixed language based on Cree and French. In S. Thomason (ed.) Contact languages: A wider perspective. Philadelphia: John Benjamins, p. Language family: mixed Cree–Métis French. Is there a problem with an e-resource.

If so, please indicate which one: Brief Description. The Virtual Museum of Metis History and Culture has a large amount of Michif content, including oral histories in three Michif languages – Northern Saskatchewan Michif, Michif-Cree, and Michif-French – as well as articles and a detailed bibliography.

The Michif Language We have come a long way and we are now pleased to offer you 4 lessons to choose from. We're excited to know what you think. Please send us your feedback as you go through each lesson.

We are open to suggestions and would like to make this site as easy to use as possible. Text in English, Île-á-La-Crosse Michif, Michif-French and Michif-Cree.

A language of our own: the genesis of Michif, the mixed Cree-French language of the Canadian Métis Online : Desmond Wong. Michif-Cree is differentiated from Northern Michif because it uses a great deal more French (nouns and noun phrases) and has a Plains Cree base (verb and verb phrases) rather than a Woods Cree base.

The dictionary was created to bank individual words and is useful for looking up specific Michif-Cree words/5(2). The dictionary was created to bank individual words and is useful for looking up specific Michif-Cree words. The phrases section has been created to demonstrate how the language is used and how its syntax is structured"--Publisher's introduction.

The Michif-Cree in this resource is almost identical to that spoken in Manitoba and south-eastern Saskatchewan. Anderson, Anne. Anderson’s Métis Cree Dictionary. Edmonton: Duval House Publishing, This is a Plains Cree dictionary by a Metis author, who published more than books and brochures in Cree and English.

Start Speaking Michif The Basics Here are some basic greetings and useful expressions in Michif. You will learn how to say hello and goodbye along with a few basic other sayings. Listen a few times and try to say the words yourself.

Minutes, MB Basic Greetings & Sayings Here are some basic greetings and useful expressions in Michif. "Speaking Michif" Lessons in Michif-Cree for the Whole Family (Louis Riel Institute) Indigenous Voices: Michif Collection (Gabriel Dumont Institute) Michif To Go (Gabriel Dumont Institute).

The language of the Metis people, spoken mainly in Canada Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Michif. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode.

Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. For the month of April, all book orders received through SaskBooks’ website will feature free shipping (with some restrictions, such as international shipping and large, heavy orders). Michif*/Cree Dictionary. C$ Nêhiyawêwin mitâtaht: Michif ahci Cree. Many of these books combine language instruction, grammar, and wordlist or dictionary content.

Some also include CDs or sound cassetttes. If the book is available in the University of Toronto Library. Fine more by searching the library catalogue with the words Cree languageAuthor: Desmond Wong.

Michif is the name given to the Métis language that comes from a combination of Cree and French-Canadian vocabularies and sounds. Michif*/Cree Dictionary Vince Ahenakew (Trans. Norman Fleury) The People Who Own Themselves: Aboriginal Ethnogenesis in a Canadian Family, – Heather Devine Rekindling the Sacred Fire: Métis Ancestry and Anishinaabe Spirituality Chantal Fiola Rooster Town: The History of an Urban Métis Community, – Evelyn PetersFile Size: 3MB.The Michif language was first brought to scholarly attention in by John Crawford at the University of North Dakota.

Much of the subsequent research on Michif was also related to UND, including four more pieces by Crawford, plus work by Evans, Rhodes, and ge family: mixed Cree–French.Ngữ âm. Âm vị học Michif là sự hết hợp của hai hệ thống âm vị: một gốc Pháp, một gốc Cree (Rhodes). Ví dụ, /y/, /l/, /r/ và /f/ chỉ có trong các từ gốc pháp, trong các âm tắc tiền bật hơi như /ʰt/ và /ʰk/ chỉ có trong các từ gốc Cree.

Có một số ảnh hưởng tiếng Cree trong việc nhấn âm các từ Khu vực: Những cộng đồng Métis tại các tỉnh Prairie; .