Cherokee Language Lesson Yes & No Maybe ..





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1. Yes And No
2. Ok/alright
3. Maybe
4. I can't
5. almost
6. Always/forever
7. Never
8. Next time
9. often
10. wait
11. again
12. next (as in the next one)
NOTE: there is a difference in the way it is written and the way it is spoken or pronounced. This is why all dialects can use the same syllabary fairly well/successfully. The written has more "sounds" but when people speak, they don't put all those sounds in there. I've got a bit of both on here so you may see it and here it but that is why it sounds different. The correct way to say it is what some folks call "conversational" and the "formal" isn't really more formal... its just how to distinguish that it is written differently than it sounds. It is impolite to speak using the "written" and for giduwa, it would be incorrect to say it as it is written. So drop the sounds as I illustrate here and you will be saying it correctly.
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