Solomon Ratt: SRO Chants for Consonant Sounds


Click to listen to Solomon read the consonant sounds of SRO.

Scroll to the bottom of this page for a downloadable mp3 audio file.

c-c-c-c: cêskwa, cêskwa, cêskwa pitamâ.Wait, wait, wait a bit.
h-h-h-h: hâw, hâw, hâw mâka.Okay, okay, okay then.
k-k-k-k: kâya, kâya, kâya itôta.Don’t, don’t, don’t do it!
m-m-m-m: mahti, mahti, mahti nêhiyawêtân.Please, please, please, let’s speak Cree.
n-n-n-n: namôya, namôya, namôya cêskwa.No, no, not yet!
p-p-p-p: pêtâ, pêtâ, pêtâ kimasinahikan.Bring it, bring it, bring your book.
s-s-s-s: sôhki, sôhki, sôhki-sêsâwî.Hard, hard, exercise hard!
t-t-t-t: tâpwê, tâpwê, tâpwê takahki.Truly, truly, it is truly great!
w-w-w-w: wîcih, wîcih, wîcih kiwîcêwâkan.Help him, help her, help your companion.
y-y-y-y: yîkatê-, yîkatê-, yîkatê-kwâskohti.Aside, aside, jump aside!

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About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, a not-for-profit-in-the-making with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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