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Learn Yoruba greetings, written orthographical rendering, sounds (embedded
complete translations in english and definitions of new words
Learn using an actual conversation in Yoruba, plus embedded audio
Learn how to say the following essential common greetings and
phrases in Yoruba with detailed figurative and literal translations and audio examples:
What is your name?
What is your mother’s name?
What is your father’s name?
Where did you use to live?
Where have you come from?
Where did we give birth to you at?
Where were you raised at?
Child of years how many are you?
How it is you are tall up to?
How it is you are heavy up to?
What do you want to do?
What do you like?
Type of work which it is you (usually) do?
The name (of) mine is _____.
The name (of) my mother is _______.
As for my father, they call him _____.
I used to live _____, but now, I’m living in _______.
I’m from _____.
We gave birth to me at _____.
We raised me at _______.
I have eaten years _______.
My height is ________.
Weight of mine is pounds ______.
I want to _____.
I like _____.
I’m a _________.
And much more including the final exam covering all material from previous classes.
This is what you need to really get serious about your Yoruba language learning.