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Igbo Language
Under Igbo language classification, it is self-explained that outlines the Igbo alphabets, numbers, Obi family, human parts, money matters, market days, letter writing in Igbo and so on and so forth.
Insects' names in Igbo Learning insects’ names in Igbo language is essential especially if you are not travelling to the city but to the village in Igbo land. Injurious insects can be realise through names they are called but on the other hand, not all insects are harmful to people, majority of them are precious for our everyday lives. More>>>
Igbo alphabets The first thing about learning a language would be the alphabets of the language. Some alphabets of some languages are in many ways unique and Igbo language is no exception. More>>>
Igbo numbers The numbers used in most languages remain the same apart from Roman, Greek, etc., numbers. However, the only difference to other languages’ numbers may be the way they are written. Igbo numbers are similar to those of other languages. More>>>
The Obi Family The Obi family is a typical Igbo family. In Igbo families, there are differences between the first son and other sons. The same applies to the first daughter and other daughters. The names given to the first son and first daughter in many cases explain fully who they are. More>>>
Drinks' names in Igbo Drinks’ names in Igbo language are worthwhile to those learning Igbo language. Learning drinks’ names in Igbo language are favourable to those who want to know what they are drinking. More>>>
Plants, trees’ names in Igbo Learning plants and trees’ names in Igbo will make you appreciate many different natures of plants and trees that bring into being of numerous fruits we eat. More>>>
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Human parts’ names in Igbo Human parts are the same as other human parts but the explanation of such names of our different component parts of our bodies in Igbo language. Sometimes it is difficult for a father or mother to be explaining parts of the body to children thus, children relay on getting such information from their uncle, aunty, nephew, niece or from other children..  More>>>>
Animals' names in Igbo Learning animals’ names in Igbo language will be useful to those wishing to know which animal is which. In most cases, not many times will the locals use different language to say things. For example if a person is walking towards a lion in a village, the locals will not be shouting lion, lion in a foreign language but in their local language and if the person doesn’t realise the shout, he will walk towards the lion. More>>>>
Reptiles' names in Igbo Learning the names of reptiles, fish and others in Igbo language is remarkably necessary if you wish to have all round knowledge of Igbo language. More>>>>
Fruits' names in Igbo To learn Igbo fruits’ names will be very handy to those wishing to be familiar with fruits’ names in Igbo. Some fruits names can be pronounced in English while others can only be pronounced or spoken in Igbo language. More>>>>
Foods' names in Igbo Foods’ names are exceptionally vital. Learning Igbo foods’ names would be enlightenment to those people trying to acquire facts. It is very important for everyone to know the name and details of food that they are consuming. More>>>>
Igbo letter writing Writing a letter in Igbo language is similar to writing a letter in English or in some languages. The same way letters in English are composed with the salutation, attention, closing remark, signature, etc. More>>>>
Vehicles' names in Igbo Learning about vehicles’ names in Igbo language, I mus say is extraordinarily mandatory especially if that person is learning Igbo language as an entirety. More>>>>
Igbo greetings Igbo greetings have different meanings on various oceans. Most compliments would normally conform to the time of day or night the greeting is made. Seniority also plays important role in Igbo greeting. More>>>>
The use of Kedụ in Igbo Kedụ is a word with different meanings. Kedụ can be used as a greeting and can be used as in form of asking a question. Thus, it is important to know exactly the form Kedụ is utilised. More>>>>
The use of wete/weta in Igbo Wete or weta is one of the most common words used in Igbo language. Wete is a simple word to say and use once the saying is acquainted, very simple to manipulate with other words like English words. More>>>>
The use of “NA” in Igbo Na is a common words used very often in Igbo language. The word “na” is used to join words or a sentence or sentences. The word has many meanings which being dependant on what is being said. More>>>>
The use of “YA” in Igbo Ya is also another common words used frequently in Igbo language. Ya is a word that has many meanings when used in conjunction with other words or in a sentence. More>>>>
Igbo Market Days In Igbo, money is called “ego” and ego is made from market places. Igbo market places are where money normally being spent. Buying and selling things in the market are very important in Igbo land especially on market days. More>>>>
Everyday Igbo Words In this section, you will learn to use common words used in everyday Igbo conversations. More>>>>
Learn Simple Igbo Learn Simple Igbo is a book design for those learning Igbo to learn it the simple way. You can buy the book when it is back in stock, as the book is not in stock right now. More>>>>
Igbo Language
The Obi Family The Obi family is a typical Igbo family. In Igbo families, there are differences between the first son and other sons. The same applies to the first daughter and other daughters. The names given to the first son and first daughter in many cases explain fully who they are. More>>>
Plants, trees’ names in Igbo Learning plants and trees’ names in Igbo will make you appreciate many different natures of plants and trees that bring into being of numerous fruits we eat. More>>>
Reptiles' names in Igbo Learning the names of reptiles, fish and others in Igbo language is remarkably necessary if you wish to have all round knowledge of Igbo language….. More>>>>
Insects' names in Igbo Learning insects’ names in Igbo language is essential especially if you are not travelling to the city but to the village in Igbo land. Injurious insects can be realise through names they are called but on the other hand, not all insects are harmful to people, majority of them are precious for our everyday lives. More>>>
Human parts’ names in Igbo Human parts are the same as other human parts but the explanation of such names of our different component parts of our bodies in Igbo language. Sometimes it is difficult for a father or mother to be explaining parts of the body to children thus, children relay on getting such information from their uncle, aunty, nephew, niece or from other children..  More>>>>
Fruits' names in Igbo To learn Igbo fruits’ names will be very handy to those wishing to be familiar with fruits’ names in Igbo. Some fruits names can be pronounced in English while others can only be pronounced or spoken in Igbo language. More>>>>
Foods' names in Igbo Foods’ names are exceptionally vital. Learning Igbo foods’ names would be enlightenment to those people trying to acquire facts. It is very important for everyone to know the name and details of food that they are consuming. More>>>>
Igbo letter writing Writing a letter in Igbo language is similar to writing a letter in English or in some languages. The same way letters in English are composed with the salutation, attention, closing remark, signature, etc. More>>>>
Vehicles' names in Igbo Learning about vehicles’ names in Igbo language, I mus say is extraordinarily mandatory especially if that person is learning Igbo language as an entirety. More>>>>
Igbo greetings Igbo greetings have different meanings on various oceans. Most compliments would normally conform to the time of day or night the greeting is made. Seniority also plays important role in Igbo greeting. More>>>>
The use of Kedụ in Igbo Kedụ is a word with different meanings. Kedụ can be used as a greeting and can be used as in form of asking a question. Thus, it is important to know exactly the form Kedụ is utilised. More>>>>
The use of wete/weta in Igbo Wete or weta is one of the most common words used in Igbo language. Wete is a simple word to say and use once the saying is acquainted, very simple to manipulate with other words like English words. More>>>>
The use of “NA” in Igbo Na is a common words used very often in Igbo language. The word “na” is used to join words or a sentence or sentences. The word has many meanings which being dependant on what is being said. More>>>>
The use of “YA” in Igbo Ya is also another common words used frequently in Igbo language. Ya is a word that has many meanings when used in conjunction with other words or in a sentence. More>>>>
Igbo Market Days In Igbo, money is called “ego” and ego is made from market places. Igbo market places are where money normally being spent. Buying and selling things in the market are very important in Igbo land especially on market days. More>>>>
Everyday Igbo Words In this section, you will learn to use common words used in everyday Igbo conversations. More>>>>
Learn Simple Igbo Learn Simple Igbo is a book design for those learning Igbo to learn it the simple way. You can buy the book when it is back in stock, as the book is not in stock right now. More>>>>
Animals' names in Igbo Learning animals’ names in Igbo language will be useful to those wishing to know which animal is which. In most cases, not many times will the locals use different language to say things. For example if a person is walking towards a lion in a village, the locals will not be shouting lion, lion in a foreign language but in their local language and if the person doesn’t realise the shout, he will walk towards the lion.  More>>>>
Igbo alphabets The first thing about learning a language would be the alphabets of the language. Some alphabets of some languages are in many ways unique and Igbo language is no exception. More>>>
Igbo numbers The numbers used in most languages remain the same apart from Roman, Greek, etc., numbers. However, the only difference to other languages’ numbers may be the way they are written. Igbo numbers are similar to those of other languages. More>>>
Drinks' names in Igbo Drinks’ names in Igbo language are worthwhile to those learning Igbo language. Learning drinks’ names in Igbo language are favourable to those who want to know what they are drinking. More>>>
Please note that this section is still Under Construction

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