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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2640

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

waki (wah-kee) = pack

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2639

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wankal (wahn-kahl) = upward

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2638

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wakangle (wah-khahn-glay) = electricity

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2637

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wakan yakel (wah-kahn yahn-kayl) = extraordinarily

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2636

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

waiciksuksu (wah-ee-chee-kshue-kshue) = adorn

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2635

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wahan kiktapi (wah-hahn kee-kdah-pee) = wake (for the dead)

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2634

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

waciyeye (wah-chee-yea-yea) = give up hope (to)

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2633

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wacagnis (wahn-chahg-neesh) = immediately

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2632

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wa uspekiya (wah uen-spay-kee-yah) = teach things to

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Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2631

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

ukiye (uen-kee-yea) = Us

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