3 edition of Shuswap language. found in the catalog.
Aert H. Kuipers
|Statement||By Aert H. Kuipers.|
|Series||Janua linguarum. Series practica,, 225|
|LC Classifications||PM2325 .K8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||73085775|
This book is accompanied by the CD "Northern Phrase Book" Subject(s) Shuswap language--Terms and phrases. Shuswap language--Glossaries, vocabularies, etc. Shuswap language -- Study and teaching. Publisher. Secwepemc Cultural Education Society. Place of Publication. Kamloops, B.C. Date Issued. TZ. A member of a First Nations people residing in the Canadian province of British Columbia.The traditional language of these people. The tribe which this people constitutes.
Marianne Ignace is a professor of linguistics and First Nation Studies at Simon Fraser University and has authored and co-authored papers in various journals and books on the Secwépemc (Shuswap. Shuswap language - a language spoken by the Secwepemc; Shuswap River - a river in the Monashee Mountains and North Okanagan of British Columbia; Shuswap Country - a region in the Interior of British Columbia, often called simply "the Shuswap" Shuswap Lake - a lake that is the core of the same region.
Secwépemc People, Land, and Laws is one of those books you anticipate long before it’s released and struggle to put down once it arrives. It is a weighty book — both in terms of its length and its significance. As a Secwépemc person who teaches Indigenous Studies and history, the impact of this book has been both personal and scholarly. Shuswap has no descendants or varieties listed in Wiktionary's language data modules. Category:shs:All topics: Shuswap terms organized by topic, such as "Family" or "Chemistry".; Category:Terms derived from Shuswap: Categories with terms derived from Shuswap in various specific languages.
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Shuswap-English dictionary Paperback – January 1, by Aert Hendrik Kuipers (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Aert Hendrik Kuipers. The Shuswap Language: Grammar, Texts, Dictionary Volume of Ianua linguarum / Series practica Volume of Janua linguarum. Series minor Volume of Janua linguarum: Series practica, ISSN Author: Aert Hendrik Kuipers: Publisher: Mouton, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Help us in creating the largest English-Shuswap dictionary online. Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations. It makes our dictionary English Shuswap real, as it is created by native speakers people, that uses language.
The Shuswap language (Secwepemctsín) belongs to the Shalishan language family, and more precisely to its Interior Salish branch. It is spoken by the Shuswap people, or Secwépemc, mainly in the Central and Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, between the Fraser River and the Rocky Mountains.
Shuswap counts about native speakers. Saving the Shuswap Language A Shuswap Passion column for the Shuswap Market News By Jim Cooperman December 3, The English language is still in its infancy when compared to Secwepemctsin, the language of Shuswap language.
book Secwepemc (Shuswap) people, which has likely existed for as long as archaeological records show, up to 10, years. Secwepemc Cultural Education Society., - English language - pages 0 Reviews This is a 7, word dictionary translating English to the Secwepemc language.
"The Secwepemc language app is a media-rich bilingual dictionary and phrase collection comprised of words and phrases archived at the online Aboriginal language database Word and phrase definitions are illustrated with audio recordings, and images.
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Celebrate diversity in Salmon Arm and the Shuswap. Promote inclusive communities to be enjoyed by all. Coyote (Seklep, in the Shuswap language): The trickster hero of Shuswap mythology. Coyote is foolish and boastful, and so Shuswap stories about him are often humorous in nature; however, he is a well-meaning creature who usually acts for the good of humankind.
Shuswap Indian Folklore Legends of the Shuswap or Secwepemc People: Five Shuswap. Synopsis: Poetry that takes us inside present-day First Nations reality to reveal the wounds of history and the possible healing to come. As the title suggests, this new collection of poetry from Garry Gottfriedson of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) Nation deals with the ways in which the world is deaf to the problems First Nations people face in Canada today.
The Shuswap language (; Shuswap: Secwepemctsín) is the traditional language of the Shuswap people (Shuswap: Secwépemc) of British endangered language, Shuswap is spoken mainly in the Central and Southern Interior of British Columbia.
Genre/Form: Shushwap: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kuipers, Aert H. (Aert Hendrik). Shuswap language. The Hague, Mouton, (OCoLC) The conventions for spelling the Western Dialect (WS) of Secwépemctsín, the Shuswap language, used throughout this book follow those of the Practical Alphabet of the language developed in the early s by linguist Dr.
Aert Kuipers, Secwépemc speaker May Dixon from Canim Lake, and other Secwépemc language experts at the time. Please understand that you do not have to learn how to read and write the Secwepemc language to enjoy this book.
The audio recordings will help language learners with listening and pronunciation skills. For each lesson, there is a corresponding audio track that you can listen to over and over. Addeddate Genre Encyclopedia Identifier enwiki-Shuswap_languagepdf Identifier-ark ark://t4qk6db3f Ocr.
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Explore Shuswap Beautiful. Casual. Down-to-earth. Far from ordinary and closer than you think, welcome here. West of the Rockies, east of the Pacific, and north of the Okanagan, where Canada’s longest highways meet, is the Shuswap; a region of eight distinct and enchanting communities that flow together like the gentle waters of our namesake, Shuswap Lake.
Other Languages,Shuswap. Call us toll-free at Call us toll-free at. Shuswap Lake, Salmon Arm: Address, Phone Number, Shuswap Lake Reviews: // TripAdvisor reviews.The Shuswap language (/ ˈ ʃ uː ʃ w ɑː p /; Shuswap: Secwepemctsín [ʃəxwəpəmxˈtʃin]) is the traditional language of the Shuswap people (Shuswap: Secwépemc [ʃəˈxwɛpəmx]) of British endangered language, Shuswap is spoken mainly in the Central and Southern Interior of British Columbia between the Fraser River and the Rocky Mountains.Witness accounts as old asand as recent asplace a creature in the lake’s depths As far back assightings have been reported of a strange creature dwelling in the depths of Shuswap Lake.
The creature is known as the Shuswaggi.