Ahéheeʼ to everyone who has contributed to this course! how exciting ♥
I emailed over a year ago and asked them to consider this language. So glad they did!
Well. Thank you. But working audio would be nice. The words are so strange, without the sound they dont really mean anything to me. I hope it gets fixed soon
They will likely be added in time. Keep in mind the course is in beta, there are thousands of hours of work that go into building a course.
True. I guess that isn't very easy to do, since there isn't really any TTS (text to speech) for Navajo.
Without the benefit of audio, I ma forced to conclude that Michael Jackson had a habit of saying "Thank you" in Navajo at random intervals. ; )
Omg lmao hilarious
https://navajowotd.com/word/ahehee for the pronunciation
This word looks so enthusiastic!
The sound isnt working :/
I'm not hearing any pronunciations so far but, hoping i will. Would love to learn Algonquin/Iroquois!
Im happy we are getting any indigenous languages at all and im super excited for more
Sound would be nice
Can we crowdsource audio for new courses?
Please find someone to say these words out loud. Just learning the written Navaho is not as helpful.
They have now.
Useless without sounds...
Just moved to Flagstaff AZ and my medical practice serves many from the Navajo nation. So glad duolingo added it so I can learn to communicate with the community we serve.
Kilingon is bad too
I think the voice says ałéhee
Where is navajo spoken
In the Navaho Nation, which is with in the boundaries of the state of AZ
The Navajo Nation covers the corners of three states: Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. The Navajo Nation is the largest reservation in the United States, covering 27,673 square miles.
Audio is really bad quality - far too much echo to be useful.
Anyone looking for IPA, my IPA transcription for this would be [ɐçeheːʔ]
Is the first H a lateral lisp? Like Sid the Sloth's "S's?"