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Are you learning Igbo? Do you know there are lots of Igbo dialects. You will find there are many ways to say the same things for example; to say good […]
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What is your name? What does it mean? My name is Ijeoma. It means ‘safe journey’, ‘good journey’ or ‘good trip’. Igbo names are known for having unique meaning. Parents […]
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The Igbos or the Igbo people, or Ndiigbo inhabit most of the south-eastern part of Nigeria, east of River Niger and south of River Benue. Due to the creation of […]
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Every nation has an identity. This identity may not be based by reason of colour, height, strength or intelligence. What really distinguishes a nation from other nations is language. Language […]
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Igbo is a unique language. There are special letters that are not in your everyday keyboard. Writing those letters on paper is easy, but when it came to Microsoft word, […]
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As I help people learn to speak Igbo, I have come accross quite a few useful resources; traditional books, ebooks, videos, websites. Today I will be reviewing two books I […]
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‘Were ehihie chowa ewu ojii’. ‘Look for the black goat in daylight’ This is a popular Igbo saying. Make hay while the sun shines… ‘Anya ka eji ama oka chara […]
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The Igbo word for Vehicle is ‘Ugbo’. For some of the vehicles, like car, you just attach the surface on which it rides to complete the Igbo name. If you […]
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Akara na Akamu…mmmhhh… yummy. Akara and Akamu; great combination. It works like, ‘bread and tea’. Akara (fried bean balls) is made from black-eyed beans paste. The beans is de-skinned, if […]
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When I was growing up, we would normally go and see my grandparents at my village during the long holidays,like the summer holidays. My normal routine would then be, wake […]
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