Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use: Loyáčhiƞ hwo? Are you hungry? by Matt Remle

LRInspire Native language preservation presents: Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use: Loyáčhiƞ hwo? Are you hungry?

One easy way to implement speaking Lakota in everyday use is through talking about food. These simple to learn questions and responses can be easily incorporated into our everyday speech. There is also a list of common foods for you to practice making your own questions and responses.   Continue reading

Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use part 2 “How are you?” by Matt Remle

LRInspire Native language preservation presents: Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use part 2!  Part 2 of our Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use series will focus on saying “how are you?” and the different ways to respond. Continue reading

Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use part 1 by Matt Remle

LRInspire Native language preservation presents: Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use!

One of the best ways to learn a language is by learning, and speaking, common everyday phrases (hello, how are you, I’m hungry, and so on). By learning, and speaking, these common everyday phrases we can gradually incorporate Lakota speech into our everyday use. Continue reading