Sometime it's best to start simple. Greetings, pleasantries, and departures are an easy way to start speaking. Also learn the specifics of pronunciation
We've developed a program utilizing Google Hangouts to teach beginner online classes for our Puyallup Tribal Community. Here are the videos and materials for you to follow along.
Conversing is what language is all about. Get started here with common conversation topics such as "where did you go?" and "what did you do today?"
It's crucial to speak txʷəlšucid in the home. Start by choosing a physical location within your house where English is not spoken.
Schools are a great place for language to spread. Here are ways to incorporate txʷəlšucid into the classrooms, lunchrooms, and halways.
Kids are always learning language so why not introduce them to txʷəlšucid early on. These are resources to speak txʷəlšucid with your kids.
Practice makes perfect. Self narration is the most effective way to practice speaking a language. Start here to solidify your txʷəlšucid
The txʷəlšucid language goes hand in hand with culture. The Puyallup Language Program proudly supports the 2018 Paddle to Puyallup Canoe Journey
A lot of research has gone into bringing the txʷəlšucid language back. These are some of the resources we’ve utilized in our efforts.
An easy way to get txʷəlšucid into your daily life is with audio and music. Go here to listen to txʷəlšucid and music.
There are 43 characters in the our alphabet, and not all of them are regular English characters. For typing special characters you will need software keyboard.