Language

Become a speaker of the Cherokee language. Whether you know some words, phrases, or nothing of the Cherokee language, we can help. 

CHEROKEE LANGUAGE – BEGINNER

CHEROKEE LANGUAGE – INTERMEDIATE

Shapes: Aster

Intermediate Level Cherokee Language

Shapes: Bear

Intermediate Level Cherokee Language

Shapes: Bird

Intermediate Level Cherokee Language

Cherokee Language – Boy Drawing

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities 

Cherokee Language – Boy Drinking Water

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Boy Giving Girl Pencil

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Boy Using Glue

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Boy is Writing

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Boy Washing Hands

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Cleans Table

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Cutting Paper

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Handing Out Papers

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Playing

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Questioning

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Reading

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Girl Telling a Story

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Kids Lined Up

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – Kids Sitting

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

Cherokee Language – They Are Singing

3rd Person Present – Classroom Activities

CHEROKEE LANGUAGE – ADVANCED

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Covering how to say Republicans, Democrats, as well as weather conditions.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

onversations including school, common greetings, shopping, weather, and COVID-18 as well as other ailments.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Discussing the act of voting, as well as political figures and actions.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Discussing the Principal Chief, Vice Chief, and Tribal Council.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Discussing the actions commonly associated with Tribal Council sessions.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Discussing cold weather, as well as Valentine’s Day phrases.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Continuing the Valentine’s Day theme with phrases concerning love, crushes, and marriage.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Discussing phrases associated with “Do/Doing” in a conversational setting.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

“Do/Doing” phrases, with present and future tense conversational examples.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

“Do/Doing” phrases, with plural conversational examples.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

“Do/Doing” phrases, with the addition of “not doing” in conversation.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Questions and answers for phrases like “Are you ready?”, “Let’s you and I get ready.”, “I will be ready in 5 minutes.”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Questions and answers regarding hearing – “Did you hear it?”, “I hear a whippoorwill up on the mountain.”, “They didn’t hear it.”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Conversations with “likes” – “I like it”, “I don’t like it.”, “No one likes it.”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Conversations with “help” – “Help me.”, “Let me help you.”, “The Chief is going to help them.”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Conversations involving “getting ready” – “Are you ready?”, “Hurry and get ready.”, “We will be ready in 45 minutes.”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Losing and finding things – “I lost it”, “What did you lose?”, “I’m going to find it.”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Actions with items – “Where did you put it?”, “I put it on the floor.”, “Where did you find it?”, and more.

Myrtle’s Cherokee Language Lessons

Conversations involving the act of moving – “Move.”, “You are standing in my way.”, “Did you move it?”, and more.