Build your Cheyenne vocabulary with this FREE vocabulary game for your iPhone or iPad. Quiz yourself every day to learn different categories – wild animals, food, drinks, and more! The app includes:
> 25 culturally-relevant categories designed by Cheyenne speakers
> More than 300 words and phrases!
> Audio pronunciation and visual aid for each word in the category
> Quiz yourself by matching English words to Cheyenne words, and vice versa
> Progress through levels to unlock new words
> Track your progress and review words you’ve learned by category or activity
Whether you are learning on your own, or taking a beginner’s Cheyenne class, Cheyenne Vocab Builder will help build your confidence in using new Cheyenne words!
>Designed for learning that is memorable and fun!
Each word you match correctly increases your score, and each level you finish unlocks a new one! Words that are not matched correctly are repeated until you master them. This repetition method is an effective learning strategy.
>Questions? Concerns? Please let us know!
We’re always working to improve our Cheyenne language-learning materials. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Build your Cheyenne vocabulary with this FREE vocabulary game for your iPhone or iPad. Quiz yourself every day to learn Cheyenne
Ratings and Reviews
Technical difficulties with some features.
For the most part, this app is good. However during the course of learning it, I’ve come across some problems with a few of the words. Under food category the word for cheese comes up twice and for some reason the word comes up as asáŋpi sutá which is the Lakota word for cheese. Under the colors category, the audio on the word for brown doesn’t seem to correspond with how the word appears in written form. Under the living room category the audio for ‘chair’ isn’t working properly because the audio plays a list of unrelated, incorrect words without playing the Cheyenne word for ‘chair.’
Another issue I noticed which pertains to every single category is that sometimes the audio and the answers in the listening categories don’t correspond. As a result it becomes very easy to choose the wrong word if you don’t click on the word to get the correct audio. At first I thought that was just a way of making the listening categories more challenging, but I have downloaded other language apps from Language Conservancy.Org and none of them have that problem.
This app requires some improvements, but otherwise it’s a pretty solid one. I earnestly hope this app can be refined and improved. I very much support the work the Language Conservancy does and I strongly believe that endangered languages, such as Cheyenne, be taught and preserved.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.