Listen to Spoken Cree

5 Responses to Listen to Spoken Cree

  1. Daniel Guiboche says:

    I would like to listen to spoken cree. I would also like to listen to cree for hymnals.

  2. Sandy Pitzel says:

    Yes, as much practise as I can get!

  3. Meedella Chippewa says:

    I want to hear and learn basic conversational Cree. My dad passed when I was ten. Unfortunately, living in numerous white foster homes, I never learned. I am a 59. I must teach my grandchildren if I can.Thank you Solomon. Glad youre home safe.

  4. Joanne says:

    I would like to linear of one of the values about kinship, have the speaker speak in the Cree language about wahkohtowin

  5. Jessie says:

    My grandparents raised me. They spoke to me in Plains Cree and I understood them. I didn’t speak Cree as in sentences. Single words yes. If I listen to spoken Plains Cree I’m hoping to catch on to my language. I definitely want to learn my language.
    I was in boarding school when I was 6 years old. Speaking my language was forbidden. Strapped or punished in some way when I spoke my language I didn’t speak it or want too. Now I’m ready to learn.

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