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The Use of “na” in Igbo Language
In Igbo Language “na” is used many times, the same way and, at, be, in, on, with are normal used in English Language. John, Glory and Peter In English you would say: John, Glory and Peter but in Igbo language you would say: John, Glory na Peter You can use na to join or connect words, the same way and, at, be, in, on, with are used John, Glory and Peter are sitting on a bench: John, Glory na Peter nọna benchi John wearing shirt, tie, trouser and shoe: John yi uwe elu, eriri olu, uwe ukwu na agbalukwu Glory wearing dress and shoe: Glory yi uwe ruru ala na agbalukwu Peter wearing similar clothe as John: Peter yi uwe dika nke John Nna mụ na nne gara ahia The sentence in Igbo means the following in English: My father and mother went to the market. Mụ na gị gara ụlo ogwu The sentence in Igbo means the following in English: Me and you went to the hospital. Bona na Ngozi riri ri The sentence in Igbo means the following in English Bona with Ngozi ate the food or Bona and Ngozi ate the food. Thus, the above is a small demonstrate on how you can use “na” to join or connect words. Evidently you can see how “na” is used in various sentences and how important it is in Igbo Language. In this section, you have learnt the following: Bona na Ngozi riri ri Glory yi uwe ruru ala na agbalukwu John yi uwe elu, eriri olu, uwe ukwu na agbalukwu Mụ na gị gara ụlo ogwu Na Nna mụ na nne gara ahia Peter yi uwe dika nke John
The Use of “na” in Igbo Language
In Igbo Language “na” is used many times, the same way and, at, be, in, on, with are normal used in English Language. John, Glory and Peter In English you would say: John, Glory and Peter but in Igbo language you would say: John, Glory na Peter You can use na to join or connect words, the same way and, at, be, in, on, with are used John, Glory and Peter are sitting on a bench: John, Glory na Peter nọna benchi John wearing shirt, tie, trouser and shoe: John yi uwe elu, eriri olu, uwe ukwu na agbalukwu Glory wearing dress and shoe: Glory yi uwe ruru ala na agbalukwu Peter wearing similar clothe as John: Peter yi uwe dika nke John Nna mụ na nne gara ahia The sentence in Igbo means the following in English: My father and mother went to the market. Mụ na gị gara ụlo ogwu The sentence in Igbo means the following in English: Me and you went to the hospital. Bona na Ngozi riri ri The sentence in Igbo means the following in English Bona with Ngozi ate the food or Bona and Ngozi ate the food. Thus, the above is a small demonstrate on how you can use “na” to join or connect words. Evidently you can see how “na” is used in various sentences and how important it is in Igbo Language. In this section, you have learnt the following: Bona na Ngozi riri ri Glory yi uwe ruru ala na agbalukwu John yi uwe elu, eriri olu, uwe ukwu na agbalukwu Mụ na gị gara ụlo ogwu Na Nna mụ na nne gara ahia Peter yi uwe dika nke John

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