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The Use of “wete” or “weta” in Igbo Language
In Igbo language wete, weta, bute, nye or nyem means the same thing which is bring, even though some people may argue that nye is give, while nyem or nye mụ is give me, however using any of them to signify bring is appropriate. Thus, wetara mụ or nye mụ means give me or bring me. Being that you’re learning simple Igbo language, it is better for you to use wete or weta all the time because everybody will understand you clearly instead of trying to mix it with bute or nye. Or even butere mụ or nye mụ Wete or weta is used many times, over and over in Igbo language. Sometimes some people may put biko in front of wete or weta to complete a sentence. Biko wete means please bring or give. You can even mix it up with English like: Biko wete egg (please bring egg) or biko wete cup of water (please bring cup of water). Bring money means wete ego or please bring money mean biko wete ego. Bring comb means wete mbo or please bring comb means biko wete mbo. Bring food means wete ri or please bring food means biko wete ri. Bring me salt means wete mụ nnu or please give me salt means biko wete mụ nnu. Bring me a plate means weta mụ efere or please give me a plate means biko weta mụ efere. Give me pepper means wete mụ ose. please bring me pepper means biko wete mụ ose. Bring a hat means wete okpu. Please bring a hat means biko wete okpu. With wete, weta, weta mụ or wete mụ you can get away with mixing words in Igbo and English. For example, a mixture with Igbo and English that can be understood: wete rice means bring rice or please bring rice means biko wete rice. Another mixture with Igbo and English that can be well understood would be: wete orange means bring orange or Please bring orange means biko wete orange. Bring me a cup means wete mụ iko. Please bring me a cup means biko wete mụ cup. Give me a pot means weta mụ pot or please give me a pot means biko weta mụ ite. If I say wete mbo what did I mean?Well, what I mean here is bring a comb. What of weta ri, this means bring food. Now figure out the following by looking above: What is wete okpu? What is weta oka? What is wete kalama? What is weta akwa? What is wete achicha? What is wete nkpa? In this section, you have learnt the following: biko weta mụ efere biko weta mụ ite biko wete biko wete cup of water biko wete egg biko wete mbo biko wete mụ ose biko wete mụ nnu biko wete okpu biko wete orange biko wete ri weta efere weta iko weta ri wete ego wete mbo wete nnu wete okpu wete orange wete ose wete mụ iko biko wete mụ cup biko wete rice bute butere weta weta mụ pot wetara mụ wete wete rice nye nyem nye mụ wete ego wete mbo wete ri wete mụ nnu weta mụ efere wete mụ ose wete okpu
The Use of “wete” or “weta” in Igbo Language
In Igbo language wete, weta, bute, nye or nyem means the same thing which is bring, even though some people may argue that nye is give, while nyem or nye mụ is give me, however using any of them to signify bring is appropriate. Thus, wetara mụ or nye mụ means give me or bring me. Being that you’re learning simple Igbo language, it is better for you to use wete or weta all the time because everybody will understand you clearly instead of trying to mix it with bute or nye. Or even butere mụ or nye mụ Wete or weta is used many times, over and over in Igbo language. Sometimes some people may put biko in front of wete or weta to complete a sentence. Biko wete means please bring or give. You can even mix it up with English like: Biko wete egg (please bring egg) or biko wete cup of water (please bring cup of water). Bring money means wete ego or please bring money mean biko wete ego. Bring comb means wete mbo or please bring comb means biko wete mbo. Bring food means wete ri or please bring food means biko wete ri. Bring me salt means wete mụ nnu or please give me salt means biko wete mụ nnu. Bring me a plate means weta mụ efere or please give me a plate means biko weta mụ efere. Give me pepper means wete mụ ose. please bring me pepper means biko wete mụ ose. Bring a hat means wete okpu. Please bring a hat means biko wete okpu. With wete, weta, weta mụ or wete mụ you can get away with mixing words in Igbo and English. For example, a mixture with Igbo and English that can be understood: wete rice means bring rice or please bring rice means biko wete rice. Another mixture with Igbo and English that can be well understood would be: wete orange means bring orange or Please bring orange means biko wete orange. Bring me a cup means wete mụ iko. Please bring me a cup means biko wete mụ cup. Give me a pot means weta mụ pot or please give me a pot means biko weta mụ ite. If I say wete mbo what did I mean?Well, what I mean here is bring a comb. What of weta ri, this means bring food. Now figure out the following by looking above: What is wete okpu? What is weta oka? What is wete kalama? What is weta akwa? What is wete achicha? What is wete nkpa? In this section, you have learnt the following: biko weta mụ efere biko weta mụ ite biko wete biko wete cup of water biko wete egg biko wete mbo biko wete mụ ose biko wete mụ nnu biko wete okpu biko wete orange biko wete ri weta efere weta iko weta ri wete ego wete mbo wete nnu wete okpu wete orange wete ose wete mụ iko biko wete mụ cup biko wete rice bute butere weta weta mụ pot wetara mụ wete wete rice nye nyem nye mụ wete ego wete mbo wete ri wete mụ nnu weta mụ efere wete mụ ose wete okpu

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