The Navajo language is hard to speak and hard to spell because it has a lot of accents and looks like jumbled up words. The Muslim culture is similar because they have hard spelling words too and the language is complicated also.

Online Classes Help Preserve the Navajo Language

Learn Navajo- The Navajo language is hard to speak and hard to spell because it has a lot of accents and looks like jumbled up words. The Muslim culture is similar because they have hard spelling words too and the language is complicated also.

Holidays translated into the Navajo language by Salina Bookshelf.

Holidays translated into the Navajo language by Salina Bookshelf.

Navajo People - The Diné - Information about the Navajo People, Language, History, and Culture. - Navajo Indians

Navajo People - The Diné - Information about the Navajo People, Language, History, and Culture.

Navajo Language, Navajo Culture, Organizing Tips, Blood, Wisdom

Navajo-Language Immersion Program Offered to Kindergarteners in Shiprock, New Mexico | SpokenFirst, kindergartners at Eva B. Stokley Elementary School in Shiprock, New Mexico now have the opportunity to learn in Navajo only. This is the first time students have had the option to engage in an entire language immersion program. Parents who elected to enroll their children are excited that they will have the opportunity to learn Navajo from an early age.

Navajo-Language Immersion Program Offered to Kindergarteners in Shiprock, New Mexico

Amazing Grace (Lyrics in the Navajo Language)

This video provides the lyrics to the famous hymnal, Amazing Grace, written by John Newton and translated in the Navajo language by Albert Tsosie.

Programs & Books | Navajo Now - Learning and Perpetuating the Navajo Language

Vocabulary & Flashcards « Navajo Now – Learning and Perpetuating the Navajo Language

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