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Language. Culture. Heritage.

Welcome to Qwi· For Me!, developed by the Makah Language Program. Our goal is to bring you the ability to learn Qʷi·qʷi·diččaq (Makah Language), embrace your Makah culture, indulge in immersive games and listen to stories and songs from the comfort of your phone or computer.

Qwi· For Me! is an app that is readily available on the App Store and Google Play Store for anyone who wants to learn Makah Language from the comfort of their own home and at the pace of their convenience. 

Our user friendly design allows for easily accessible content for all ages from small children to great-grandparents.

Watch this short video below to learn more about Qwi· For Me! 

We hope to see you soon!

- Qwi· For Me! Team

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Upcoming Makah Language Courses

Here are the upcoming Makah Language courses available. Note: Students looking for college level courses must apply and enroll through Peninsula College.

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Makah 121: Introduction to Makah Language

Peninsula College: Fall Quarter

Introduction to the Makah Language is a beginning course in Makah focusing on the Makah Alphabet, pronunciation and accent.  Useful phrases, expressions and dialogues at a beginner present tense level will be used.  Vocabulary with specific Makah cultural context in balance with modern life situations will make for applicable language use.  This class may include students from multiple sections.

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Makah Language II

Peninsula College: Fall Quarter

Builds from the Introduction to Makah Language (MAKAH 121) foundation where speech was patterned in the moment. MAKAH 122 incorporates the past tense including functional words to slightly increase speech using words like but not limited to and, or, but, this, that, with, also. Furthermore, the use of past tense scenarios from select Makah historic incidents and traditional story examples will be used to enable learners to apply past tense to share stories from their own lives in Makah. This class may include students from multiple sections.  


1880 Bayview Avenue
PO BOX 160
Neah Bay, Washington 98357
Makah Tribal Indian Reservation

+1 (360) 645 - 2711

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