Use your voice to pronounce this > gain muscle memory, gain confidence to speak it & discuss with fluent Kanien’kéha speakers, mentors and teachers. Pronounce each section slow & clearly before pronouncing faster & clearly until you can speak at a normal or fast pace. Try singing, yelling, whispering it at slow, normal and fast pace to help you gain muscle memory & confidence for discussing with your fluent Kanien’keha speakers, mentors, teachers and friends.
No literal translations on MohawkLanguage.ca website because placing colonial definitions & worldviews onto Kanien’keha is not accurate, it is a form of colonization.
Hire & compensate fluent Kanien’keha speakers, mentors, teachers to discuss Kanien’keha words, phrases, culture, communities, issues with a phone call or online.
MoniGarr acknowledges support from Canada Council for the Arts. Nia:wen!