Browse through this phrase book and identify situations in which you could use a Tlingit phrase with someone else in a meaningful context. Tlingit is an American Indian language of Southeast Alaska and adjacent portions of British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. It is classified linguistically as part of the Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit language family because it shows clear similarities in grammatical structure to the Eyak and Athabaskan languages. The Tlingit language itself is unique in four sounds that seem to be found in no other language on our planet. With a multitude of carefully selected sentences for your analysis, this book gives students of linguistics an invaluable corpus of data.