Modules 15

Flashcard Vocabulary

Flashcards presented in alphabetical order

Beginner – Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Innu Vocabulary

Strengthen your vocabulary and improve your spelling. Topics include: months, days of the week, body parts and numbers.

Beginner Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Thematic Vocabulary 1

Learn thematic vocabulary in Innu: buildings, clothing, animals, and fish

Beginner Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Thematic Vocabulary 2

Learn thematic vocabulary in Innu: birds, food, senses, and more

Beginner – Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Thematic Vocabulary 3 (Akua-nutin)

Learn thematic vocabulary in Innu: animals from the bush, colours, means of transportation, and more

Beginner Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Conversations 1 (Aimitunanu 1)

Listen and read along to short conversations between Innu speakers.

Beginner to intermediate – Intended for second-language learners (L2)

Beginner Intermediate L2 Intended for second-language learners

Conversations 2 (Aimitunanu 2)

Listen and read along to short conversations between Innu speakers.

Intermediate – Intended for second-language learners (L2)

Intermediate L2 Intended for second-language learners

Personal Narratives (Uauinitishunanu)

Strengthen your listening comprehension skills by listening to short personal narratives in Innu.

Beginner to advanced – Intended for second-language learners (L2)

Beginner Intermediate Advanced L2 Intended for second-language learners

Sentences and Dialogues 1

Learn Innu grammar by listening and reading along to short sentences and dialogues from Clarke and MacKenzie's Innu Lesson Book. For more information, see the Innu Grammar Pages and the Verb Conjugator.

Beginner – Intended for second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L2 Intended for second-language learners

Sentences and Dialogues 2

Learn Innu grammar by listening and reading along to short sentences and dialogues from Clarke and MacKenzie's Innu Lesson Book. For more information, see the Innu Grammar Pages and the Verb Conjugator.

Intermediate – Intended for second-language learners (L2)

Intermediate L2 Intended for second-language learners

Sentences and Dialogues 3

Learn Innu grammar by listening and reading along to short sentences and dialogues from Clarke and MacKenzie's Innu Lesson Book. For more information, see the Innu Grammar Pages and the Verb Conjugator.

Advanced – Intended for second-language learners (L2)

Advanced L2 Intended for second-language learners

Story-based Activities

Discover Innu texts and stories, enrich your vocabulary and grammar, and improve reading and writing skills.

Advanced – Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Advanced L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Dialect Recognition

Learn to distinguish between dialects by listening to audio files and identifying each speaker's community.

Advanced  Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Advanced L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Innu Grammar: Pronouns

Learn various types of Innu pronouns, including indefinite and interrogative pronouns (animate & inanimate), emphatic pronouns, pronouns of precedence, and dubitative pronouns.

Beginner – Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Beginner L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

Innu Grammar: Verbs

Learn grammatical concepts specific to Innu verbs.

Intermediate to advanced – Intended for Innu speakers (L1) or second-language learners (L2)

Intermediate Advanced L1 Intended for Innu speakers L2 Intended for second-language learners

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