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ERIC Number: ED042153
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 238
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Breakthrough Navajo. An Introductory Course.
Wilson, Alan
This text, a beginning course in Navajo, is not intended to supplant materials already extant; it is designed to serve as an introduction to the phonology and some of the basic structures, upon which the learner may continue to develop his speaking skills. A short prefatory section presents the sounds of Navajo with simplified descriptions of their pronunciation. Linguistic terminology is minimal. Lessons consist of short dialogues, verb paradigms, and grammar notes. Every fourth lesson is followed by a review. A Navajo/English indexed glossary appears at the back of the text. All material including reviews is recorded on tape by native speakers. (AMM)
University of New Mexico, Gallup Branch, Gallup, New Mexico 87301 (Text and tape $12.50)
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