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ᏣᎳᎩ ᎦᏬᏂᎯᏍᏗ 132
ᎤᎾᏙᏓᏉᏅᎢ, ᎧᏬᏂ 07, 2014
Course Overview
4/7 Introduction of Assessment
(Homework and quizzes on Assessment tool)
4/9 Practice with Assessment Tool (No WCU instructor)
(No Cullowhee meeting – Tom at Smithsonian, Hartwell at Tahlequah)
4/14 Review of Verb Stems – Closer look at the verbs of the
assessment tool
4/16 Tom/Hartwell meet UNCCH
(WCU Easter Break)
4/21 Assessment Tool and integration of Future
4/23 UNCCH last day in class – Final Review
4/28 WCU Final Review
4/30 Final Exam Due
Basic Greeting/Parting
Assessment Part 1
Language learner can greet and part using
memorized Cherokee language words and
phrases.
Complete a Conversation
A: Siyo. Osigwutsu?
B:
A: Do detsadoa?
(a-Stem Agw-Verb agw~u pattern)
B:
A: Do dudoa tsatsi?
(Consonant Stem Relationship Noun agi~tsa~u)
B:
A: Do dudoa tsadoda?
(Consonant Stem Relationship Noun)
B:
Complete a Conversation
A: Gatsv ditsenvsv?
(Deverbal Noun, di- Plural, Vowel Stem, agw~u Pattern)
B:
A: Wesatsu tsakaha?
(Simple Noun; Irregular Vowel Stem Agi Verb, agi~uwa
Pattern)
B:
A: Hvga iyani gihli detsakaha?
(Animate count marker; de- Verb Plural)
B:
A: Tsayosihatsu? (Consonant Stem Agi Verb, agi~u Pattern)
B:
Complete a Conversation
A: Detsadulihasg svgta?
(Vowel Stem, agw~u Pattern; -sg Question Marker)
B:
A: Tsatadegiatsu?
B:
A: Tsadulihasg ama?
B:
A: Do iyusdi tsaduliha?
B:
Complete a Conversation
A: Hawa, denadagohvyu.
B:
Memorized form.
de- Event Plural for plural people
in- you and I dual Pronoun (Tsi-/G- Set)
-adagohvyu ‘see each other Future’
Adjectives in Context
A: Tsalvgwditsu agwatseli dagwalela?
B: Do ulsuhwida tsatseli dagwalela?
A: Dalonige agwatseli dagwalela.
-tsalvgwdi ‘like Present’ Agi-Verb, agi~u Pattern
-atseli ‘possess Adjective’ Agw-Adjective, agw~u
Pattern
Adjectives - Receptive
Proctor provides color, Learner indicates
understanding.
Do [iy]usdi gigage? (usdi ‘which’ Eastern)
Adjectives - Productive
Do ulsuhwida hia dagwalela?
Adjectives – Receptive/Productive
Do usdi utana dagwalela?
Do usdi usdi dagwalela?
Do usdi uwoduhi dagwalela?
Do usdi dagwalela tsaduliha?
Do usdi dagwalela tsalvgwdi?
Adjectives and Possessed Nouns
Do iyusdi ulsuhwida tsahnawo?
Do iyusdi ulsuhwida agwahnawo?
Do iyusdi ulsuhwida uhnawo?
Hia uhnawo.
Noun Vocabulary - Receptive
nvhgi dininvsgeni ‘four leggeds’
Do usdi tsameha?
Noun Vocabulary - Productive
Do iyusdi hia?
Do iyusdi hia tsidatsilosdi?
Noun Vocabulary - Receptive
Do usdi disulo?
Nouns - Productive
Do iyusdi hia?
Do iyusdi hia tsidatsilosdi?
Activities - Receptive
Kag iyusdi dekanogia?
Activities - Receptive
Kag iyusdi alsdayvhvsga?
Activities - Receptive
Kag iyusdi anadawoa
?
Activities - Productive
Third Person Singular
Do iyusdi advneha hia asgaya?
Activities - Productive
Second Person Singular
Do iyusdi gadvneha aya nogwu?
Activities - Productive
First Person Singular
Hawa, tihnogi!
Do iyusdi hadvneha nogwu?
Activities - Productive
Third Person Plural
Do iyusdi anadvneha hia anisgaya?
People - Receptive
Kag iyusdi atsutsa?
Kag iyusdi ata?
Kag iyusdi asgaya?
Kag iyusdi agehya?
People – Sidanelvi ‘Family’
Proctor describes relationships.
People - Productive
Kag iyusdi hia ata?
People - Productive
Kag iyusdi hia agehya?
People – Social Roles
Kag iyusdi hia agehyutsa?
Kag iyusdi hia asgaya?

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