To introduce oneself , to ask about the health of others, to ask questions and ask for direction. To respond to simple requests, and Learn to count 1-100 in Igbo.
You will learn how to introduce yourself, greet people and respond to simple requests in Igbo.
You will also be able to ask for directions or for someone to explain what they’ve said. By the end of this course, you will be able to do this and much more including counting numbers 1-100.
I am Ijeoma, a native Igbo speaker, passionate about the language and about teaching. There are frequent pauses to enable you speak what you have learnt. Practise with the quizzes embedded in the lectures.
Have mini breaks at end of each section with the bonus action lessons and rhymes.
This course is for beginners and for those who want to refresh their memory on basic, conversational Igbo.
Who this course is for:
Beginner level at Igbo language. Children, young adults, adults
5 sections • 25 lectures • 1h 1m total length
Asking about the health of others, about school and work
Asking about siblings and parents
End of section: bonus action and rhyme
Asking for clarification
Responding to requests
Quiz and bonus action lesson/rhyme
Dressing up and going out
Coming back to the house; going to bed and end of section 3
Looking for objects
What's the way? Part 2
Place names in Igbo
Responses you might hear when asking for direction
I am a native Igbo speaker from Nigeria. I have been speaking Igbo all my life and my passion is to teach children and young adults Igbo language. I am married with children. My family is my inspiration for creating this course.
I also like cooking, singing, dancing and reading non fiction books.