Kanien’kéha Sound Charts & Standardization

In the mid 1990s a group of fluent speaker Onkwehonwe from many Kanien’kéhake communities collaborated to design a ’Mohawk Language Standardization Guidelines’ document, with the goal of helping new and second language speakers to figure out how to pronounce, read and write Kanien’kéha dialects.

The document is a guideline they designed after many collaborations and it provides extensive details to help anyone figure out the dialect differences, figure out how to pronounce the Kanien’kéha written characters and figure out how to write the Kanien’kéha sounds we hear.

This document is a requirement for any auto-didact that is working on gaining Kanien’kéha speaking, writing, reading and communication skills.

The video access password is available for any Kanien’kéha (Mohawk) person.

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