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Isaiah Hall
01:11:49
Sanya has no tone on short vowels, from what I can tell.
George
01:13:35
yes we spoke about how we say no in the experimental alaska lanuage 096 class in 2000
Gloria Merry
01:16:34
chʼa tux̱wdi.ús yáaxʼtliyaaygé nás’k yagiyee hít tléik’ (tle’il) kashóok's’eek yaa nagút yoo ux̱ kei ax̱ tléiḵw yádiyan – yax̱keijín yagiyee ax̱ tseiyí .EEX’ aawa.ee.éex’.gáant anayilg̱ein s’eek yóox̱ yaa nagútḵux̱dé yaa ndagút nasʼgidahéen daaxʼoondahéentlél wáa sá (uti) ch’a k’ikát tléil tl’eexGunalchéesh ax een yéi jeeneiyí.Ayáx̱ ák.wé?
Chevy H
01:22:22
An elder named me Shaax’ Saani, I would really love to know what that means
Devlin Anderstrom
01:31:14
Chʼa aadé xʼwán yéi x̱at nayi.oo tlax̱ yéi gaaw ítxʼ yee x̱ʼakát x̱wagoodí. Yaakwdáatxʼ aan ká kashóokʼu aax̱ woohaa. Daaḵw yéi sáyá ḵutuwanéekw yáa xáanaaxʼ?
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:33:04
chʼa tux̱wdi.ús yáaxʼtliyaaygé áwé Nás’k Yagiyeexʼ hít yee tlél ḵustí wé kashóok'wé s’eek a kanax̱ woogoot tléiḵw yádi wásʼ ḵa ux̱ kei yéi awsineiKeijín Yagiyeexʼ ax̱ tseiyí aawa.éex’.« gáant anayilg̱ein! s’eek yóox̱ yaa nagút »ḵúx̱de yaa ndagút, nasʼgidahéen, daaxʼoondahéentlél wáa sá (uti) ch’a k’ikát tléil tl’eexGunalchéesh ax een yéi jeeneiyí.
Ḵaasáank'
01:37:19
claaaaaaaakw
Ḵaasáank'
01:42:33
leader
George
01:42:43
big wheels
Kéet ka Kéet Tláa
01:46:49
We aren’t following all the translations. Can we get translations of each line please?
Ḵaasáank'
01:47:59
gandé ̱)
C Cox
01:49:00
when do you use Tlingit vs Lingit?
Kéet ka Kéet Tláa
01:49:02
gunalchéech!
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
01:55:59
chʼáakw
Isaiah Hall
01:58:29
Saying the voiceless l is hard for a lot of people.
Isaiah Hall
01:58:51
There's a tradition of not being able to do it going back to Ancient Greece.
Kendra Matthews - Nelyeeyoodutee
01:59:24
I've been explaining since childhood that we pronounce L differently and that's why the T is on there. Ha and then they ask why it's pronounced like a K!
Neilatóo.atsien
02:04:54
childrenofthetaku.com
Anna Clock
02:06:00
https://childrenofthetaku.com/
Kendra Matthews - Nelyeeyoodutee
02:06:14
https://www.languagegeek.com/nwc/keymaps/NNW/Tlingit.pdf
Neilatóo.atsien
02:06:26
https://childrenofthetaku.com/language/
Barbara Craver
02:06:42
Beautiful website! Yak'éi
Anna Clock
02:06:51
Apps and keyboards: http://tlingitlanguage.com/resources/apps-and-keyboards/
Ḵaasáank'
02:07:20
GPUL
George
02:10:03
i appologize i was trying to navigate.
George
02:13:37
haat yee adi
Barbara Craver
02:15:06
text in lingit to other learners!
Dave Ketah
02:17:24
Is this chart available on tlingitlanguage.com?
Anna Clock
02:18:11
Tlingit MOOC: http://tlingitlanguage.com/learning-tlingit/tlingit-mooc/
Katie Hoyt
02:25:10
Could you explain a little bit about how we end up with “Goosu wa.e” for “where are you?”
Barbara Craver
02:27:00
If you want to ask who are you doing it for, do you add aadóo sá daat yís Verb.
Barbara Craver
02:29:13
gunalch́eesh
Matt G
02:34:43
so you could also ask who will eat (the leftovers or whatever?)
Israel’s iPhone
02:36:36
does it make sense to say juk deyi or just juk?
Israel’s iPhone
02:36:59
yes
Justin Ketah
02:37:32
Thats the spelling “Juk”?
Israel’s iPhone
02:38:14
my sister used to say it to the younger ones to get out of the kitchen lolol
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
02:38:25
chúk / júk
Ḵaasáank'
02:38:34
I use it for bears and dogs alot
Ḵaasáank'
02:38:42
aaa
cathyconnor
02:38:56
I was taught you only chuk for the dog!
Dave Ketah
02:39:11
My grandma used to say it to me all the time!
Neilatóo.atsien
02:39:19
my grandmas use to say it to me to scram me out of the kitchen
Kendra Matthews - Nelyeeyoodutee
02:39:39
Lol my mom used to say that to usher us outside
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
02:39:45
chʼa aadé yéi x̱at na.oo (forgive me)!
Ḵaasáank'
02:40:40
haaw … kaagwaantaan gaaw/xoots hít naax; sitee ;)
Gloria Merry
02:41:58
COULD YOU PUT IT IN THE CHAT
Anne Fuller
02:42:39
I like the review
Anna Clock
02:42:40
The black bear walked all over the raspberry bushes and ruined them
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
02:43:25
chʼa tux̱wdi.ús yáaxʼtliyaaygé áwé Nás’k Yagiyeexʼ hít yee tlél ḵustí wé kashóok'wé s’eek a kanax̱ woogoot tléiḵw yádi wásʼ ḵa ux̱ kei yéi awsineiKeijín Yagiyeexʼ ax̱ tseiyí aawa.éex’.« gáant anayilg̱ein! s’eek yóox̱ yaa nagút »ḵúx̱de yaa ndagút, nasʼgidahéen, daaxʼoondahéentlél wáa sá (uti) ch’a k’ikát tléil tl’eexGunalchéesh ax een yéi jeeneiyí.
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell
02:44:30
wé s’eek a kát wujikʼén tléiḵw yádi wásʼ ḵa ux̱ kei yéi awsinei
Anna Clock
02:44:58
(The black bear stamped down the raspberry bushes)
Israel’s iPhone
02:45:13
wait how do you say please? and “I mean no harm”
Ruth Jensen (she/her) Gresham, OR
02:45:14
Gunalchéesh!
milliehall
02:45:19
Gunalchéesh!
C Cox
02:45:19
Gunalchéesh. Good night everyone.
Yéil T'ooch' Tláa
02:45:20
Gunalchéesh
ch'eet wú
02:45:20
Gunalchéesh!
Isaiah Hall
02:45:22
Gunalchéesh!
George
02:45:25
good night
Ḵaasáank'
02:45:25
gunalchéesh