Animals teaches you to recognize the Cherokee names for more than 40 animals.
The following indicates the main meanings for some of the more common forms of “is” as found in the text.
The words ᎯᎠ (this/these) and ᎥᏍᎩᎾ (that/those) can also be used to indicate “he”, “him”, “she”, “her”, “they”, or “them” when context makes it clear that a human or animate being is being referred to:
To ask what time it is, you either ask “how much time has progressed” or “how many times the clock has struck in hours”.
These pronouns are used to specify the whom but not the who of actions.
They do not specify the doer.
Here are my collected notes for use when translating texts from English into Cherokee.