Root Word Method of nhiyawwin (ECUR 429.3)

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ECUR 429 02 July 2016 Kevin Lewis (primary instructor)

Description

nhiyawwin is known as a polysynthetic language, meaning the language is structured in word sentences. There are bits of meanings to what may look like one word but is actually a full sentence when translated into English. These bits of meanings are called morphemes and this course will study how these word sentences are created and pieced together to make sense.

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Course only open to students in the Indigenous Language Certificate program

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