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Diana Gibson Diana Gibson wrote on January 28, 2009 at 7:03 pm:
Nice and clear site, very informative! Thank-you for providing all this info, great to see and easy to navigate. "
Andrea Lagrelle Andrea Lagrelle wrote on January 7, 2009 at 6:50 pm:
Hello, I really like this site, I am cree, and I was looking for someone who could show me how to write cree syllabics. Thanks
Brian Morrison Brian Morrison wrote on December 11, 2008 at 3:58 am:
Métis Métis wrote on September 9, 2008 at 5:42 pm:
:-H Bonjour a vous tous je suis du Québec (Trois-Rivières)entre Montréal et Québec et je suis cri mes qui demeure pas sur une réserve c'est une hôneur pour moi de vous salué 🙁 je m'ennuit beaucoup du grand nord et de cette nature qui me fait rêver encore et pour toujours bye bye a vous tous mes amis Métis
sydney georgekish sydney georgekish wrote on July 25, 2008 at 8:29 pm:
i would like to be able to speak my language again
Katherine Scott Katherine Scott wrote on November 7, 2007 at 5:15 pm:
I’d like to congratulate you on the wonderful lessons and exercise on your website. I’ve hoping to learn some Cree for a while now (I’ve spent a couple of summers now in Wemindji as a ‘science camp’ coordinator and as a student with the McGill protected areas project), but was finding it very difficult to hear the sounds well enough to reproduce them. The lessons on the website are excellent, though I’ve only just begun to learn from them. They keep ones attention, are just challenging enough, and seem to be very thorough. My ability to hear the words has increased enormously. I’m finding that they complement the conversation CD very effectively. The website has always been helpful, but it has really made exciting leaps forward this year. Again, congratulations to you and your team. With best regards,
Kirk Kirk wrote on April 17, 2007 at 1:15 pm:
Thank you ever so much for the wonder Eastern Cree language cree http://eastcree.org/en/index.html My Dad and I are so thrilled to find this. After being urbanised for so long this is a holy grail. Thank you for all your hard work you and your members put into this project. We thought that we were loosing our family language. This helps, we can only make our way back to James Bay every few years and only then do we get to hear and practice Cree. My aunt will be so proud, as she’d spent many hours at the kitchen table in Fort George trying to give me lessons. This site actually brought me to happy tears.
Eastcree.org Admin Eastcree.org Admin wrote on March 22, 2007 at 10:19 pm:
Welcome to Eastcree.org GuestBook , You can post comments, questions, appreciations and suggestions IN ENGLISH, FRENCH, Eastern James Bay CREE (NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN Dialect) All comments are subject to screening by the webmaster