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Cherokee Phoenix | Cherokee-English Articles - Articles - 2020-09-22
A total of 339 dual-language articles were found.
(Audio updated 2020-06-29)
I've been working on adding Cherokee support to the espeak-ng speech synthesizer. While more work definitely needs done, I think this is a good start.
I have chosen to use the Cherokee-English Dictionary phonetics, as this is the only written form that indicates both tone and cadence that is in common use. Hopefully the results will be good enough at a future date to be able to add pronunciations for all the C.E.D. and Raven Rock entries at the Cherokee Dictionary Project
As a student of the Cherokee language, and not having any first language or second language speakers near by presents a challenge when working on learning the basic pitch tones of the language and the cadence of words.
Fortunately the Cherokee-English Dictionary has fully annotated pronunciation entries available.
The following examples demonstrate why creating these audio files is so important:
This is a custom "flash card" style program to assist with learning the bound pronouns. It has options to display using either Latin, Syllabary, both, or none. The software keeps track of your progress and schedules cards based on how well you do. Cards you have problems with are repeated often. Cards you do well with are not.
The program includes spoken audio (synthetic) for each of the challenges, over 1,800 of them.
A total of 325 dual-language articles were found.
46 articles have links to audio. Some audio files may be missing.
This list was generated using a custom scraping program written in Java.