Adjectives in Igbo

Hi! Welcome back, Today we are going to be doing something different, we have looked at making simple sentences in Igbo in our previous lessons and in today’s lesson, we are going to look at how to spice up those simple sentences with adjectives. Adjectives in Igbo are known as ‘ǹkọ́wáàhà’ (nnh-koh-wah-hah) and there are …

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Plural Nouns in Igbo

Welcome back! Today’s lesson is going to be an interesting one. Today we will be focussing on plural nouns in Igbo. In English, to form plural nouns, we simply add ‘s’ or ‘es’ to the end of the word. For example: Bag -> Bags Boy -> Boys Box -> Boxes Dish -> Dishes In Igbo, …

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Clothes in Igbo

Hello and welcome back! In today’s lesson you will be learning the different clothes in Igbo. Learning the different clothes in Igbo will help you as you shop in these Lagos and Anambra streets. So without further ado, here are clothes in Igbo. Clothes in Igbo Igbo English Ákwà/Ùwé Clothes Ákwà shàị̀nị̀sháị́nị́ Fancy clothes Ákwà …

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Family in Igbo

Hello and welcome back! In today’s lesson you will be learning the different family members in Igbo. Learning the different family members will help you to explain more about your life and your story as you build connections with other Igbo speakers. So without further ado, here are the family members in Igbo. Family members …

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Possessive pronouns in Igbo

Welcome back! In today’s lesson, we are going to be looking at possessive pronouns in Igbo and how they appear in phrases. Possessive pronouns are words that show ownership, from them you get to know who owns what in a sentence. Some examples of possessive pronouns in English are: My bagHis motherOur carYour houseTheir school …

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Simple past tense in Igbo

Welcome welcome! In today’s lesson, we will be looking at how to create sentences in the simple past tense in Igbo. The simple past tense refers to something that has already happened. For example in English we have: I slept.They played football.We ate rice. Now, we are going to look at how sentences in the …

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Igbo Pronouns

Igbo Pronouns  Welcome back! In today’s lesson, we are going to be expanding on your Igbo learning by looking at Igbo pronouns and how they work in simple sentences, So to start off, pronouns in Igbo are called “ǹnọ̀chíàhà”, which literally means “noun replacer”. Igbo pronouns Igbo Pronoun English Pronoun ḿ I, me i, ị́, …

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Verbs in Igbo

Welcome back! So today we will be looking at Verbs in Igbo. Something that you should know is that Igbo has two types of verbs. One type of verb which I will refer to as the Standard Verbs, and the second type which is the infinitive form. Because of this, it will make the long …

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