FAMILY (EZINAỤLỌ ) IN IGBO
FORMING SIMPLE SENTENCES IN IGBO
Similar to English, Igbo present tense word order is typically:
- SUBJECT (I/He/They…etc)
- VERB (to go/to be/…etc)
- OBJECT (happiness(adjective)/park…etc)
So if I wanted to say I am a nice person. I would say:
A(I) bu m(am) ezigbo(a good) mmadu(person).
Below are some examples of Igbo verb conjugation using the verb (to be)
|ỊMARA MMA – TO BE GOOD LOOKING
|Amara m mma||I am good looking|
|Ị mara mma||You are good looking|
|Ọ mara mma||He/she/it is good looking|
|Anyị mara mma||We are (group) good looking|
|Anyị machara mma||We are (individually) good looking|
Anyị ga-asụ asụsu Igbo – We’re going to speak Igbo
Aha m wụ/bụ Ugonna – My name is Ugonna
Fino and Bino: Igbo Cartoon
Great for kids and those who have a basic basis in in Igbo.
Ije the World Traveler – Teaches You Igbo!
A slower paced cartoon with special attention to learning Igbo.
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