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Lesson 2 (Iruẹmwin Nogieva)

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TWINS ALPHABETS
We have other alphabets that are twins. They are: GB, GH, KH, MW, RH, VB. These alphabets are not very common in English language, also in most languages.
We will discuss more on this in the next class (class 2)

FORM WORDS WITH THE ALPHABETS.

Let us now form words with these alphabets by joining them together. Two letters cannot easily form a word in Edo language, except as form three letters. Let us use pictures for easy understanding. In each picture, you will have the EDO NAME at the top of the picture, while under it, you have the English name.

Let us Now form words with 3 Letters.
OBỌ, EHỌ, ARO, ERỌ AHO, ỌGỌ, UKI, and So on.

 

 

 

SHORT TEST

  • WHAT ARE THE NAMES OF THESE OBJECTS IN EDO LANGUAGE?
  • (A)  HAND                 (B) EYE                  (C)  KNIFE                            (D)  BOTTLE

 

 

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