The Navajo language is hard to speak and hard to spell because it has a lot of accents and looks like jumbled up words. The Muslim culture is similar because they have hard spelling words too and the language is complicated also.

The Navajo language is hard to speak and hard to spell because it has a lot of accents and looks like jumbled up words. The Muslim culture is similar because they have hard spelling words too and the language is complicated also.

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Navajo Vowel Poster  Learn the Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad)  More Information:  http://navajopeople.org/blog/navajo-vowel-poster/

Navajo Vowel Poster Learn the Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad) More Information: http://navajopeople.org/blog/navajo-vowel-poster/

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Navajo Language | ... for learning the navajo language diné bizaad navajo consonant poster

Navajo Language | ... for learning the navajo language diné bizaad navajo consonant poster

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Navajo language

Navajo language

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Navajo Language | Navajo Alphabet-sen.part.gc.ca

Navajo Language | Navajo Alphabet-sen.part.gc.ca

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Thank You in Navajo | Ahéhee' - Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad)

Thank You in Navajo | Ahéhee' - Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad)

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A high regard. In Navajo, the word ayóó denotes the same as “a lot” in the English language. But it’s not so much about quantity as it is about magnitude. “Very” is a good word, too. Ánííníshní refers more literally to someone’s regard for another. It’s nearly the equivalent of “I have a regard for …

A high regard. In Navajo, the word ayóó denotes the same as “a lot” in the English language. But it’s not so much about quantity as it is about magnitude. “Very” is a good word, too. Ánííníshní refers more literally to someone’s regard for another. It’s nearly the equivalent of “I have a regard for …

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