Onye” Who am I? is OkwuID’s biographical series presenting stories from the Igbo diaspora. Watch in 720!! “Onye” Ngozi shares her experience growing up with albinism as an Igbo woman in the UK.
In this video, the OKwu ID crew test out their Igbo/Nigerian knowledge with a trivia quiz. For every question a contestant gets wrong, they have to drink a shot of palm wine and tequila.
|Ihe(ife) anyị na-eme n’ụtụtụ||What we do in the morning|
|Anyị kulie/kulie (bilie/bulie) n’ụtụtụ||We wake (get) up in the morning|
|Anyị ga ekpe ekpere||We (go to) pray|
|Mgbe anyị mecha||When we finish|
|M ga ekene (ekele* Imo dialect) nne na nna m.||I greet my parents|
|M ga igba ọsọ (or/ ma ọ bụ) ịkụ ọkpọ||I run (or) I box|
|“Ugonna ga gbo ọsọ/kuo ọkpọ”||Ugonna will run or box|
|Anyi ga-asa ahụ, anyị mecha||We shower, then (literal – we finish)|
|anyị ga-eyi ákwà,||We wear our clothes|
|Bịa rie nri (nri n’ụtụtụ)||Then we eat breakfast|
|Gabazie oru (or – ma ọ bụ) Ụlọ akwụkwọ||Then we go to work (or) school|
|IN THIS LESSON WE LEARN:|
|English||Igbo (Infinitive)||Igbo (Root verb)|
|Ihụ Continue reading “LEARN IGBO: Common Verbs 1 (Imo and Anambra dialects) #4”|
Onye” Who am I? is OkwuID’s biographical series presenting stories from the Igbo diaspora. Mark (Tochuwku) shares his experience moving to the UK and find his feet in hin the western world.