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Igbo

Postby Massimiliano B » 2013-07-07, 0:11

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Re: Igbo

Postby księżycowy » 2013-07-08, 11:26

Cool, I've been interested in Igbo for a bit now. Thanks for the links Massimiliano! :D
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Re: Igbo

Postby eddeux » 2013-09-23, 1:48

Despite being one of the three major languages of Nigeria, it's incredibly hard to find anything Igbo-related for me. After reaching Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart in 2012 I seriously considered studying Igbo, but stuck with my on again, off again interest in Yoruba. There is media such as songs and movies, but I run across a lot more Yoruba movies and Yoruba/Pidgin English songs compared to Igbo.
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Re: Igbo

Postby Trebor » 2013-12-20, 11:45

Massimiliano B wrote:Igbo is a language spoken in Nigeria. Here are some resources:

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http://www.igboguide.org/vocabulary.pdf


For the learner's sake, it's unfortunate this file is only twenty-four pages and the tones aren't marked. Doesn't Igbo have downstep, not just a high-low-(maybe mid) tone system, along with a tense/lax or +ATR/-ATR distinction? The Latin alphabet really needs more vowels...
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