Level 1 - Navajo - Online Version

Learn to speak Navajo with useful phrases for travelers.

Level: Beginner
Platform: Any
Subscription: 12-Months
Delivery: Online Version

Availability: In stock

Price: $29.95


Online Version - Start Learning Today - No Installation Required!


  • Learn using a web browser from any computer (see System Information).
  • You immerse yourself with easy-to-achieve goals. Learning a new language is far too big a task to tackle all at once, so we have broken it down into a series of rewarding challenges.
  • Associating new words along with pictures is proven to reinforce them in your memory. Furthermore, there are opportunities to record your pronunciation and hear it repeated to judge your progression.
  • Earn points for every game you play. High scorers can go on to win bronze, silver and gold awards, which you can print out as a record of achievement.


  • Simple user interface keeps things easy
  • Fun games, interactive activities, challenging quizzes
  • 10-minute sessions keep you engaged
  • Learn colors, numbers, time, parts of the body, food, shopping, common phrases and countries
  • Intelligent system targets your weak points
  • Recording feature helps you perfect an accent
  • Printable phrasebook for learning on the go


  • Practice the language with native speakers using an interactive recording feature
  • Keep games challenging with two levels of difficulty
  • Earn points during games and quizzes, and achieve awards
  • Exercises are game-based to keep you coming back for more!
  • Focuses on the basics of the language so you don?t get overwhelmed
  • Immersive learning helps you practice speaking in real-life situations


  • Navajo is spoken extensively in the Navajo Nation.
  • Learn Navajo to understand the culture of the Anasazi people.
  • Learn Navajo to help preserve an endangered language.

Visiting Navajo Nation, USA

Navajo is spoken by about 200,000 people predominantly in what is known as the Navajo Nation, which extends across Arizona, Utah and New Mexico in the United States of America and covers more than 27,000 square miles. Navajoland is a nation within a nation. More than a dozen national monuments, tribal parks and historical parks are spread across the Navajo Reservation, in addition to beautiful lakes, including Lake Powell. It is in the Navajo Nation where a visitor can step back in time and see how the ancient ones — the Anasazi people — lived thousands of years ago. Navajo Nation has an array of ancient ruins, including the world renowned Navajo National Monument and the tranquil Chaco Culture National Historical Park. From the towering formations of Monument Valley to the majestic red sandstone walls and lush green valley floor of Canyon de Chelly, this is a land of great contrasts.

Navajo-speaking Regions

Navajo is spoken in the Navajo Nation encompassing northeast Arizona, southeast Utah and the northwestern part of New Mexico in the United States.

Here are some of the basic Navajo phrases that you might use:

  • E la na tte? (How are you?)
  • Dinéena bizaad doo shi? bééhózin da. (I don't speak Navajo.)
  • Háázhó’ógo bee ádíní. (Please speak more slowly.)

System Information

Internet connection, Adobe Flash support, Web Browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Chrome, Safari). Apple iPad/iPhone/iPod are NOT supported.