If you’ve ever wanted to learn the Dakotah language but didn’t know where to start, the Association on American Indian Affairs has just the website for you. At AAIA’s Native Language Program website you’ll find a number of tools that will help ease the learning process. My personal favorites are the language games you can play online, but the library of learning resources, with items you can purchase or download electronically for free, is very handy as well. If you’re like me and find it easier to practice a language if it involves playing a game, you might want to spend $20 to get your own home version of Dakotah Scrabble. Be sure to take a look at the links page as well while visiting the site to find other helpful language resources.
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