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About the Koasati Language

Koasati is the language of the Coushatta Tribe, who live in Central Louisiana. As a Mukogean language, it is related to Choctaw, Chickasaw, Alabama, Apalachee, Mikasuki, and Creek.

Learn Koasati for Free with our Course

Our Koasati course was created in 2015 by the Coushatta Tribe. The course includes 3 units, each with 3 lessons. It is designed to teach the essentials of the Koasati language and the Coushatta culture.

A screenshot showing a multiple-choice activity in the Koasati language course.
A screenshot showing a language-learning game in the Koasati language course.

You'll learn Koasati words and phrases. Try word games and puzzles to improve your language skills. Compare your Koasati to a native speaker's pronunciation. Learn Koasati grammar and practice with interactive exercises... and more.

Start Speaking Koasati Today

This Koasati course is 100% free and supported by 7000 Languages, a nonprofit that helps Indigenous people (like the Coushatta) teach their languages. Click below to sign up for an account and learn Koasati.