Mohegan Language Lessons



These are individual lessons in the Mohegan Language that work primarily with phrases. There will be short lessons with grammar hints and interesting cultural tidbits that relate to language. Go to Exercises for separate downloadable exercises with English and Mohegan phrases spoken as well as time for you to repeat the phrase out loud.

If you are just starting your studies in Mohegan, please go to Archives and start with the earlier lessons first.






Lesson #15 - This...

Monday, Jun 30, 2008

In Mohegan when we hand someone something we say, ‘This...’ instead of ‘Here...’

In this lesson you will learn how to say:
This. Put on this hat; it is cold.
This. Eat your food; it is good.
This. Dry yourself; you need to get warm.



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Lesson #14 - My House

Monday, Jun 30, 2008

In this lesson you will learn the different words for house, and you will learn how to conjugate a dependent noun.

In this lesson you will learn to say:
This is my house.
This is your (singular) house.
This is our (inclusive) house.
This is not...



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Lesson #12 - I don’t feel so good...

Monday, Jun 30, 2008

You’ve learned the polite answer to ‘How are you?’ Now some answers that may be more honest...or not.

In this lesson you learn to say:
I feel sick.
I have a fever.
And my head hurts.
My throat is sore.
I’m sneezing.
I’m coughing.


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Lesson #9 - My Face...

Saturday, Jun 28, 2008

In this lesson you will learn about dependent nouns, such as body parts. You will learn to add the basic prefixes and suffixes to allow those nouns to become possessed as they must be. Besides the declensions of the nouns, you will learn to put body parts into sentences.

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Lesson #8 - That’s my job

Saturday, Jun 28, 2008

This lesson directs you to another page on this website to find your job name. (Job Names on the Listen page) F...



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