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Tlingit Language MOOC - Shared screen with speaker view
Sydney Isaacs
13:00
yoosakatjeek
Anna Clock
17:10
Gunalchéesh Anne!
Edna Lamebull
20:46
Lance, what document are you using to find your words?
Sydney Isaacs
21:28
http://ankn.uaf.edu/~tlingitverbs/TlingitVerbsRoots.xml
Sydney Isaacs
21:36
I believe it’s this one
Barbara Yaana.eit
21:57
This is an online Tlingit verb resource, let me find the URL, Gunalcheesh Yooskatjeek!
Sydney Isaacs
22:11
:D
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
22:15
http://tlingitlanguage.com/media/TlingitVerbsRoots.xml
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
22:20
Verb database link
Kate Boesser
34:03
kooteesineix?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
34:19
ḵusineix̱í kootéeyaa
ḴʼashG̱é Daphne Wright
34:23
Yaa Naa Néx̱
Kate Boesser
34:30
Gunalcheesh!
Matt G.
34:53
Deikéex' g̱agaan daak uwaxíx. L'úx daa, ḵu.aa tlél akoonaxáats'ch. Ch'u sikaak yá góos'. (Intention: over the water the sun has come out. Around Mt. Edgecumbe, however , it hasn't cleared up yet. The clouds are still think.)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
37:15
yaa nanéx̱
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
37:45
yaa nagút (they are walking)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
37:56
yaa naskwéin (getting to know it)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
38:12
yaa nashíx (they are running)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
38:20
yaa naḵúx̱ (they are driving)
Ruth Jensen
38:36
I’m thinking of our lesson on possessives. Would you ever saying something like, “my healing” referring to having been healed from something?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
39:10
yaan agút
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
39:33
yei andagán
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
40:23
kei nakʼéin
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
41:43
litseen – they are strong
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
41:48
latseen – strength
Anne Fuller
42:22
from newspaper, the new carved pole at Sandy Beach in Douglas is called Yanyeidi G̱ooch kootéeya
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
43:10
yaa/yei/kei +
Isaiah Hall
51:50
Ghoo shows oo->wei in the negative repetitive.
Penny Gage
52:21
The chat didn’t send?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
53:01
∅ (comes to an end)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
53:06
na (no specified end)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
53:09
go (upward)
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
53:12
g̱a (downward)
Ruth Jensen
53:19
I love hearing about all the dissertations on Lingit! Gunalchéesh!
Liz
54:15
It’s also on Amazon.
Penny Gage
54:29
Yes!
Anna Clock
54:30
PDFs of all these resources are also in the welcome email we sent you all
Penny Gage
54:49
I’ve ordered the Tlingit Language Book there online.
Gloria Merry
55:07
I ordered online and had a choice to mail or pick up
Penny Gage
56:51
X̱ʼunei are there lists somewhere of conjugated verbs to kind of drill through? Iʼve done that with other languages I learned and it was helpful to internalize the conjugations.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
57:10
Haa Wsineix̱ Haa Yoo X̱ʼatángi
Anne Fuller
57:40
I like the practice sentences from Goldbelt Heritage lessons too.
Liz
57:52
The yellow verb dictionary used to be available at Old Harbor in Sitka.
Anne Fuller
58:20
I love the audio of Sneaky Sounds!
Katelyn Stiles
58:42
Did you say before your Beginning workbook has a new version and we should wait to order?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
58:46
Haa Wsineix̱ Haa Yoo X̱ʼatángi (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_dONRvvGz4gQTFyWFVaQ3ltUmM&authuser=latwitchell%40alaska.edu&usp=drive_fs)
ch'eet wú
01:00:28
YNLC has a lot of material on their website too.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:00:39
chert
ch'eet wú
01:00:45
Yukon Native Language Centre
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:00:58
http://ynlc.ca/languages/tlingit.html
Kate Boesser
01:01:18
Chert ap?
Anne Fuller
01:02:15
Example of simple language http://www.goldbeltheritage.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Berry-Picking.pdf
Anna Clock
01:02:16
Chert app link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/chert-alaskas-native-language-keyboard/id1126409399
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:02:23
https://www.uaf.edu/anla/
Edna Lamebull
01:02:31
What can you use on a MacBook air for typing tlingit?
Isaiah Hall
01:02:42
Is there something for southern and interior dialects?
Penny Gage
01:03:19
http://tlingitlanguage.com/resources/apps-and-keyboards/
Edna Lamebull
01:03:36
I’ve tried Crippwn but can’t get it to transfer to my mac
Penny Gage
01:04:00
Itʼs a little complicated! Took me a few tries to activate it on my Mac, but it does work!
Anne Fuller
01:04:12
tlingitlanguage.com Resouces apps and Keyboards
Matt G.
01:04:12
I tried the ones for Windows, the one from Language Geek I was able to get to work, but the other one seems to require something that's no longer easy to make work (in Windows 10).
Casey Lee
01:05:26
if we ask somewhat what they’re doing what would be an easy why to start responding?
Casey Lee
01:05:42
like; I’m watching tv
Casey Lee
01:05:56
I’m hanging out
Casey Lee
01:06:01
I’m just relaxing
Ruth Jensen
01:08:48
Gunalchéesh for all the resources
Gloria Merry
01:08:49
is there a big difference between the 3rd and 4th edition of Beginning Tlingit?
Brenda
01:09:11
oh boy....internet issues on Prince of Wales. Just an fyi...
Penny Gage
01:09:30
Iʼd love an ongoing online community for Tlingit! / teleconference community!
Gloria Merry
01:09:38
it cane with cassette tapes :)
Ruth Jensen
01:10:36
Gunalchéesh for bringing us all together
Brenda
01:11:17
As a beginner...can you recommend a 'way' to study the language? I don't even know where/how to begin....
Anne Fuller
01:11:20
immersion schooling
Anne Fuller
01:13:25
Sounds Names Basic Sentence Forms
Isaiah Hall
01:16:55
In English we eliminated most of the verbs that did that ablaut thing.
Liz
01:20:23
Is it like the French pronoun = on as in on parle Français (one/we/they/people speak French)
Barbara Yaana.eit
01:22:44
There are some Quizlet sets for some verbs in Tlingit
Liz
01:23:15
I didn’t type the French example correctly. In French on is singular. i.e. takes a singular verb. One speaks but can translate several ways.
Frederick Olsen Jr
01:26:11
Gunalchéesh!
ḴʼashG̱é Daphne Wright
01:26:44
Does “x̱at wudichán” mean “I became stinky?”
Kate Boesser
01:29:10
Is event verb same as adverb? These all look like adverbs, describing a person or persons.
Matt G.
01:30:13
So the x' doesn't need to be on áa for the placeholder (the them had N-x')?
Brenda
01:33:40
I've been smoking sockeye....how would you say smoked sockeye in Tlingit?
Anne Fuller
01:34:34
zero credit at UAS reduces tuition
Ruth Jensen
01:37:40
Gunalchéesh to all - everyone who has made this possible
Kate Boesser
01:37:57
There used to be free classes for elders (over 65 I believe) at UAS, bt I am not sure that's still the case.
Brenda
01:38:22
Samples coming your way!
Barbara Yaana.eit
01:38:42
The non credit option - you do pay the University for admin fees. There is a senior option, but you have to be SS eligible. (66 for lots of us)
Kate Boesser
01:40:01
Gunalcheesh!
Logan heenkat.han
01:40:44
How would you say great grandmother?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:40:56
g̱aat x̱ʼéeshi
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:41:31
–léelkʼu tlein
ch'eet wú
01:42:29
Gunalchéesh!
Ruth Jensen
01:42:36
Gunalchéesh!
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
01:42:52
Gunalchéesh
Penny Gage
01:42:54
We can have a party for the last day! BYOF (bring your own fish)
Liz
01:42:59
Gunalchéesh for being so motivating!!!!
Isaiah Hall
01:43:14
Gunalchéesh