Plains Cree

Plains Cree is a Plains Algonquian language spoken by Cree people in southern Canada. Plains Cree is one of five main dialects of Cree, and is mutually intelligible with Swampy Cree, Woods Cree, Moose Cree, and Atikamekw. Plains Cree is the most populous of all Cree dialects, with over 200,000 speakers. Plains Cree is an Algonquian language, related to other languages like Ojibwe and Blackfoot. Plains Cree is a Plains Algonquian language, meaning it is spoken in the plains regions of central Canada. The Cree people have lived in the plains for centuries, and their language has evolved to fit their lifestyle. Plains Cree is a highly versatile language, capable of being used in a variety of settings. Plains Cree is commonly used in conversation, but can also be used for storytelling, poetry, and song. The Cree language is also used in a variety of ceremonies, such as weddings, births, and funerals. Plains Cree is a rich and complex language, with a wide variety of dialects and dialectical features. Plains Cree has a wide variety of consonants and vowels, as well as a complex system of grammatical rules. Plains Cree also has a great deal of variation in vocabulary, with over 20,000 different words. Despite its complex nature, Plains Cree is a highly accessible language, and can be learned by speakers of other languages. There are a variety of resources available for those interested in learning Plains Cree, including online courses, textbooks, and dictionaries.

Language group

Algonquian languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Plains Cree
Plains Cree, Canada, Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
Plains Cree, Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics