Credit units: 3
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours and 1 Practicum/Lab hours
Department: Curriculum Studies
nêhiyawêwin 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.
Prerequisite(s): Permission required.
Restriction(s): Course only open to students in the Indigenous Language Certificate program.
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