Spelling East Cree (Northern) – Syllabic Finals
The use of the ᐦ (h) ᔮᐦᔮᐙᑭᓐ
The ᐦ (h) symbol is a difficult one to use correctly. There are a few places where it is used predictably, mostly in grammatical endings, but otherwise, you have to train yourself to hear it when someone says a word.
The ᐦ (h) symbol does not occur at the beginning of a word, except in names.
See also: Spelling East Cree – Southern Dialect – The use of the ᐦ (h) ᔮᐦᔮᐙᑭᓐ
|APA:||Bobbish Salt, L., Duff, A., Visitor, L., MacKenzie, M., & Junker, M.-O. (2016). Spelling East Cree For Eastern James Bay Cree Syllabics (Northern Dialect). Retrieved from [URL]|
|MLA:||Luci Bobbish Salt, Alice Duff, Linda Visitor, Marguerite MacKenzie & Marie-Odile Junker. Spelling East Cree For Eastern James Bay Cree Syllabics (Northern Dialect). 2016. [date]|
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