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m’Cheaux described the language as “intricate” and “nuanced,” making master difficult to achieve for non-native speakers. Despite Gullah’s oral origins, m’Cheaux said he believes teaching a written component of the language is critical.

“My general philosophy for helping non-Gullah speakers understand the language is to emphasize the importance of using phonetics and literacy in tandem… sound is integral to the learning of Gullah, but translating and communicating it in written form is imperative for us to preserve the language,” he wrote. #TheHarvardCrimson #CharlestonTBE #weoutchea

​Gullah, a largely oral, African-American creole first taught at Harvard in the fall, is now being offered for a second semester.
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