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, launched in 2010 with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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