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Chapter 3 - Using Kawaiisu attached pronouns
 
  The focus of many verbs is action, and in fact, they are often defined as “action words” like “Run!” Because verbs focus on action, they also often change to include information about who is acting. Chapter 3 explains how to begin using Kawaiisu attached pronoun suffixes to show who is doing an action.

On the right you will find any references and study material for Chapter 3.

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Listen to this conversation for attached pronouns in sentences.

 

 

 

Click here to download Chapter 3 pages.
 
Click below to hear Chapter 3 audio lessons.
Lessons by Luther Girado and Lucille Girado-Hicks
1 Standing and sitting download
2 This thing and that thing download

3 Buying things download

4 Buying food and washing clothes download

Click here for the sentences from the recordings above.
 
Click here for Kawaiisu patterned sentences.
 
Chart of pronouns and attached pronouns.
 
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