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Core Lessons

  1. Aaniipiish Aayaayang? Where Are We? (Introduction, Part I)
  2. The University of Michigan & Native Americans (Introduction, Part II)
  3. Boarding Schools
  4. Ezhi-Giigidaang & Ezhi-Nkweshkodaadying, How We Say It & How We Meet Each Other (Pronunciation & Greetings)
  5. Enweying, How We Sound (Rhythm)
  6. Bkaan Gd'enwemi (Differences in the Way We Sound)
  7. Gindaaswin(ag), (Numbers)
  8. Wiindamoshin Ezhi-kidaang Ensa Dibaaganeg (Telling Time)
  9. Giizo-mazinigan (Calendar)
  10. Ezhichigen (Commands)
  11. Wenesh Maanda Waanankiid, (Who Is Doing It, Pronouns)
  12. Ezhichige-ikidowinan Anishinaabemong (Verbs in Anishinaabemowin)
  13. Zhooniyaa Ginjagaadig (Money is counted)
  14. Enaandeg / Enaazod/ Enaazheg (It Is colored, He or she is a color, Colored light)
  15. Boochiweyaang (Dialogues)
  16. Kaa Gweygo Ezhiwebsiino (Negative Sentences)

Additional Lessons

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Giishpin gwa pane anishinaabemoying...Ingoding gwa giishigag kina kaa Anishinaabemowin. If we all speak Anishinaabemowin...one day everyone will speak Anishinaabemowin
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