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Teach Yourself IGBO! Sam Chuma Odiaka

Teach Yourself IGBO!

Sam Chuma Odiaka

Published May 14th 2011
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Kindle Edition
98 pages
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 About the Book 

Teach Yourself Igbo. Finally, an Igbo man from Oraifite, living in UK, will take you by the hand and show you step by step exactly...How To Quickly And Easily Learn To Speak The Igbo Language In A Few Days... 100% Guaranteed!“And no, I’m not goingMoreTeach Yourself Igbo. Finally, an Igbo man from Oraifite, living in UK, will take you by the hand and show you step by step exactly...How To Quickly And Easily Learn To Speak The Igbo Language In A Few Days... 100% Guaranteed!“And no, I’m not going to charge you the normal $200 fee that the multi-lingual or World Language books charge!”“Instead, I’ve created an incredible home Instructor teach yourself course that’s jam-packed with every last one of Igbos most closely guarded secrets, and I’m going to virtually give it away to you for peanuts.”“This Book Shows You Precisely How You Can Teach Yourself The Igbo Language, It Contains Information YOU CAN USE NOW, FAST With Ease! It is intended to be Fun, Enjoyable, Happpiness and Laughter.”“I’ve used the same methods that I’m going to share with you to teach my children the Igbo language in no time at all. You should have seen the childrens faces - all smiling.Please do speak Igbo! (Biko na-asu Igbo)I Guarantee It Will Work For You and Your Family.Dear Friend, Kedu?Have you notice how the Igbo Language is fast deteriorating in our schools, markets, public places, business sectors, and even in the homes, as if no one speaks the language anymore?This is indeed sad, knowing fully well that a peoples language is their major identity. But let me ask you: Do you think it is necessary for children born abroad to learn and speak their parents original language?You see, many Igbo children, especially those living abroad, or more specifically- children whose parents are of the Igbo stock, cannot speak the language.Why is this? Why are many Nigerian parents with dual-nationality usually reluctant to teach their children our languages? They forget the importance of teaching their children our native languages in a foreign land.When discussing the problem, I found that majority of the people were of the view that theyve failed their children due to plain laziness, as a result, they feel guilty and shame.Some said they could not find a simple and affordable quality Igbo books to learn with and saw no use in teaching their children Igbo. With whom would the children speak the language? Most of their playmates do not speak Igbo.You’ll be learning the deepest Igbo secrets about how to learn andspeak Igbo fast with ease! Take a look at the Volume I:Table of contents, a sample of what you’ll discover and learn fromTeach Yourself Igbo:TABLE OF CONTENTSPrefaceIntroductionWhat To Expect from This eBookLearning Igbo Alphabet And Igbo NumbersIgbo Vowels, Consonants And The BlendsThe Blends (ch, gw, kw, nw, ny)The Igbo Numbers (Onu Ogugu)Igbo Days, Weeks, Months And TimesIgbo Market DaysHow To Tell Parts Of Igbo SpeechA Glance At The Igbo PronounsA Glance At The Igbo VerbsMore Glance At The Igbo VerbsTo Read (Igu Akwukwo)To Run (Igba Oso)To Listen (Ige Nti)To Work (Iru Oru )To Laugh (Imu Amu)To Sleep (Irahu Ura)To Speak a Language (Isu Asusu)To Think (Iche Uche)To Study (Imu Ihe)Complement VerbsUseful Expressions For Daily Igbo ConversationsHousehood ItemsGreetingsAsking Friends to Buy Some Food Items From Local MarketIgbo Parts Of The Human BodyReference To Parts Of The Human Body