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About the Ojibwe Language

Ojibwe, or Ojibwa, is an Algonquian language spoken by Indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada. The Ojibwe people are called Anishinaabe, and they call their language Anishinaabemowin.

Learn Ojibwe for Free with our Course

You can learn to speak Ojibwe, too! This free course was created by 7000 Languages in partnership with Grassroots Indigenous Multimedia. It includes a grammar reference, two immersion camp courses, and over 140 lessons on general vocabulary.

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

Other Ojibwe Courses We Offer

If you want to learn another variety of Ojibwe, we also offer free courses in Northwestern Ojibwe, Central Ojibwe, and Oji-Cree. Check out our courses page for more info.

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

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