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A Mango holding a book.

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Orange Manguito wearing glasses.

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Green Mango in a suit.


Manguito Family of four.


Green mango in a suit.

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Three manguitos standing together in a group.

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Mango reading a book.


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Cherokee is the language of North America's Cherokee people. It is one of the healthiest indigenous languages of North America with an extensive library of literature and a significant community of native speakers.

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Learn Through Conversations


Click a topic below to see the grammar goals and conversational goals for each chapter.

  • Greetings, Gratitude, Goodbyes


    Greetings, Gratitude, Goodbyes

    • Express Gratitude
    • Greet People
    • Make Small Talk
    • Say Goodbye
    • Be Introduced to Word Formation
    • Form Negative Sentences
    • Learn the Question Suffix -Ꮷ
    • Learn the Suffixes -Ꮚ and -Ꮎ
  • Getting to Know You


    Getting to Know You

    • Ask and Say Where One Is From
    • Ask Someone's Name
    • Get to Know Some Popular Cherokee Names
    • Introduce Yourself
    • Respond to Introductions
    • Be Introduced to the Present Tense
    • Get More Practice with Negative Sentences and Questions
    • Learn the Question Words ᎦᏙᎤᏍᏗ , ᎦᏙ , and ᎭᏢ
    • Understand How Personal Pronouns Work
    • Use the Suffixes -Ꮂ and -ᏍᏊ