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Ojibwe Grammar Materials


Short Notes on Ojibwe Grammar - My old notes about basic Ojibwe grammar.


Ojibwe Nouns - Noun forms and inflections.


Ojibwe Pronouns - Some basic information on Ojibwe pronouns.


Uses of the Conjunct Verb - Conjunct verbs are found most often in content questions, after predicators, in subordinate clauses, and dubitative statements.


Relative Roots - There are six relative roots in Ojibwe.


Ojibwe Verb Paradigms - Ojibwe verb paradigms, including indicative modes of independent and conjunct orders, imperative and prohibitive.


VTA Flashcards - A huge .jpg file (1780x2412) with VTA indicatives of independent and conjunct orders.


Printable verison of VTA Flashcards in pdf format


VTI, VAI, VII Flashcards - Another huge .jpg file (1200x2470) with VTI, VAI, and VII indicatives of independent and conjunct orders.


Ojebway Language: A Manual for missionaries and others employed among the Ojebway Indians by Edward F. Wilson, 1874


Grammar of the Ottawa and Chippewa Language - This is an excerpt from the "History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan; and grammar of their language," (1887) by Anrew J. Blackbird (Mack-e-te-be-nessy). It is written using phonetic writing and describes Anishinaabemowin from European point of view. You can find the whole book on www.canadiana.org.




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