In this episode we explore demonstrative pronouns which are simply where the words "this or that" are used in place of the name of a noun. We also end this episode playing the This or That Game: Igbo Edition. To purchase the transcript for thi
In this episode we look more closely at go-to demonstratives phrases to know to say things like "this place/here," "that place/there," and things like "this thing," "that person" etc. These are phrases that once mastered can help you create Igb
Ndị Nke m (My people)
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In this episode we have a new guest teacher by the name of Sopuruchi Aboh who is an Igbo linguist that is passionate about the development of the Igbo language. He teaches Igbo and Linguistics at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and as publi
This is part II on our episode on Dada with the 21st century Dibia, Chika L. Nnabuike . Enjoy, don't forget to like, share and subscribe.
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In the first episode of Season III, we had the pleasure of having a 21st century Dibia, Chika L. Nnabuike help us explore the topic of Dada also known as dreadlocs/ locs. Tune in to part I of this episode. Be sure to share and leave us a review
We are excited to be kicking off Season III of this audio series. What started as a passion project and a means to actualize a lifelong goal as turned into a whole movement and community and we couldn't be more excited and inspired. In this aud
In this episode we have a special guest Dr. M. O Ene and we explore the Nwadiala concept in Igbo culture. This is a concept that provides unique privileges and recognition to people from their maternal side of the family.
In this episode we al
In this episode we learner a series of phrases in Igbo that utilize words of the body part to convey different meanings. For example "aka nri" translated directly means the hand of food, but it actually means "right" or "right hand." Another ex
This episode focuses on learning how to talk about Bodily fluids (PG) and functions, such as crying, sweating, using the bathroom, and more.
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This episode provides an intro to Igbo vocabulary of different parts of the body.
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This episodes shines further light on Homographs in Igbo. Homographs are words that have the same exact spelling but are different based off tones. In Igbo there are several words like this that can be quite tricky for a learner. This episode f
This episodes focuses on Homographs in Igbo. Homographs are words that have the same exact spelling but are different based off tones. In Igbo there are several words like this that can be quite tricky for a learner.
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This is part II on the topic of tones in Igbo. Tones are a difficult aspect of the Igbo language for learners at any level! This episodes offers strategies with recognizing tones and an ton of practice on using them.
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This is part I on the topic of tones in Igbo. Tones are a difficult aspect of the Igbo language for learners at any level! This episodes offers strategies with recognizing tones and an ton of practice on using them. I
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Explore more Survival phrases and how to show manners in Igbo, while putting it all to practice with a dialogue at the end.
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This episode seeks to put into practice the phrases learned in the previous episode utilizing two practical scenarios. It also has a recap of the phrases and vocabulary for easy reference.
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This episode is a continuation of the first two episodes in Season I, that sought to give learners "go to phrases" for maintaining conversations in Igbo. These phrases are additional phrases to add to your Survival Igbo tool kit.
Having a peer to practice my Igbo with has provided me with the greatest improvements in learning the language. From building my confidence, to learning cool phrases, to sharpening my audio comprehension, conversation partners are the best way
In this episode we review keywords and phrases that we have learned through our Igbo Prayer 101 series. We then use the blueprint we layout to create our own personalized prayer and to encourage you too as well.
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In this episode we look at how to make requests in Igbo, We introduce to phrases that can be used to requests for things we want and one phrase to request for things we do not want. From there, we go over lines that do not fall tidy into a cat
So this episode is part II of our episode on creating your own prayer in igbo, which seeks to give a blueprint or guide to creating a personal prayer in Igbo. In the previous episode we went over some "must know phrases" and then a list of name
Have you ever wished that you could say a prayer in Igbo? Or that you could at least, better understand when a prayer is being said in Igbo around you? Well if so, these next couple of episodes are for you, though, even if you do not pray, th
The purpose of this activity is to explore another way to interact with the Our Father using questions and answers (ajuju na aziza). This is helpful too as conversation practice, because most times when we converse with other people, it’s in th
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