This basic course in the Jicarilla Apache language provides vocabulary and sentence structure used in everyday Apache conversation. Following a pronunciation exercise section, lesson units include dialogs, textual and grammatical explanations, and exercises for review and practice.
Cultural notes on Apache humor, taboos, and idiomatic usage are interspersed throughout the course. The course was created by linguist Alan Wilson and Rita V. Martine, a native speaker of Jicarilla Apache. Four CDs (four hours) and a 150-page book. Apache is an Athabaskan (Na-Dené) language spoken by about 15,000 in Arizona and New Mexico. Shipping weight 2 lbs.
See Book & CD Version.