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All smiles with our dummers after completing new audio recordings for Igbo101 and Yoruba101

Work in progress on Igbo and Yoruba apps II

It’s been a busy yet interesting couple of months since our last update in July. Hence, we thought we’d bring you up to speed on what’s been happening. Earlier in the year, we decided it was time to take our Yoruba101 and Igbo101 apps to new levels. In order words, time to...
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Work in progress on Igbo & Yoruba apps

Work in progress on Igbo and Yoruba apps

Bawo ni o? Kedu? How’s your Yoruba and Igbo language-learning experience been lately? Hope great! We hope our Yoruba101 and Igbo101 apps continue to play important roles in your learning experience. Many thanks to those who have continuously reached out to us with various...
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Igbo 101 diary #3: how it really feels when learning a new language

In a previous piece entitled ‘Our cultural heritage and external validation’, I highlighted the irony of not appreciating our African cultural values such as languages (Igbo, Yoruba etc.) until we see or hear others, usually Westerners, embracing it with pride. While we marvel at...
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Counting in Igbo

Counting in Igbo: simple tips

Counting in Igbo is one of the topics covered in the Igbo101 app. Counting plays a significant role in everyday conversations as I’m currently learning with my private Igbo lessons. The good news is counting in Igbo is easy! That’s because Igbo counting follows a...
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Igbo 101 diaries

Igbo 101 diary #2: basic pronouns and composition about myself

Ndeewo! My last post marked the beginning of my Igbo language-learning journey. In summary, I talked about my motivation for learning Igbo, which are: to be able to converse fluently with other Igbo speakers and to gain insights from a beginner’s perspective that’ll enhance the...
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Igbo 101 diaries

Igbo 101 diary: the journey begins here

Kedu ka i mere? Last week, I commenced a one-on-one Igbo language-learning class with Oriaku Onwuka (Mrs Onwuka) – a true Onye nkuzi (teacher) and content contributor on the Igbo101 team. I am excited! As the lead programmer on the Igbo101 team, I’d always wanted to learn Igbo in...
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Igbo101 Igbo language learning app

New Year’s Greeting with Igbo101 2.0

Finally, I can say a Happy New Year! That welcome message had been saved up pending the release of the updated Igbo language-learning app for kids, Igbo101; available on Android, iPhone and iPad. Delivering on the Igbo101 update was one of the goals I highlighted during my 2016...
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