FNLG 130 Hul’q’umi’num’ Practical Phonetics
FNLG 130 course schedule: You can find materials for each week for listening or for downloading here.
For and introduction to the sounds of Hul’q’umi’num’, go to: http://sqwal.hwulmuhwqun.ca/learn/learning-the-sounds/
Course materials will open in a new tab. To save a PDF document: Right-click (control-click on a Mac) the link and choose “Save Link As…” to save the document to your computer.
|1||Sounds of Hul’q’umi’num’ PDF|
|1||Hul’q’umi’num’ Sounds: some challenging sounds PDF|
|1||Hul’q’umi’num’ sounds: places and manners of articulation PDF|
|1||Names for some creatures PDF|
|1||Animal scavenger hunt PDF|
|1||Diminutives (words for cute little things) PDF|
|1||Four Green Frogs poem PDF|
|1||xuthinuws ’uli’hwiin’ tsqway wuxus VIDEO (video will open in new tab)|
|2||Pronunciation test 1 : The task was to listen and repeat words in order to identify problem sounds.|
|2||We read Robert Rice’s story of Bear and Raven.
• Go to this web page to hear Ruby Peter read this story.
|2||Practiced using audacity and a yeti microphone to record. And we practiced playing audacity and transcribing a short message about the ladybug.
• Go to Mom’s song about the ladybug
|2||Practicing the lh sound. Some of you are pronouncing this without flattening your tongue against the roof of your mouth, and so you are producing a sound like th, with your tongue tip, instead.|
|2||The next poem for you to practice performing (one that will help you pronounce lh) is lhakw’ huye! Fly away!“|
|2||t’i’t’ut’um’ (Little Wren)
• Go to this web page to hear Ruby Peter read the story.
|2||Numbers 1-20, adding and subtracting|
|2||Counting with classifiers. • Go to this web page.|
|2||Practicing counting by tens and counting money.|
|2||Practicing counting people.|
|2||Practicing language used in the longhouse for a naming ceremony.|
|3||Glottalized Resonants PDF|
|3||How to make progressives PDF Homework assignment|
|3||The Lord’s Prayer (Our Father)|
|3||Counting to four with Three Classifiers PDF|
|3||’imuth, ’i’ nilh nu q’uw’u | Grandson, who is my cane: A Poem by Ruby Peter|
|4||Getting ready for the phonetic contest: Here are some challenging sentences for practicing consonants.|