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Education » NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Osaroju(m) .:. Tue, 04 Jan, 2022 - 09:29:53:am GMT
I was just thinking and I thought about that everyone should be able to speak a language and more importantly their own language.These days we have children, teens, young adults and even some older ones who do not know how to speak their own language or any other language for that matter. I personally would score myself a little below 50% in my own language. I am from Oza-Nogogo village in Ika south local government area of Delta state, I think I hear better than I can speak, but I am doing my best to improve on that. I hear my language at home from my parents and whenever I meet my extended family members together, especially my uncles and aunties.Right from a very young age of a baby, the language of that child should be spoken to that child and steps made and implemented to make sure that the child learns how to understand and speak his/her native dialect. Then in our schools, the language of the local area where the school is should be thought by a qualified language teacher.How do you see this thought, remember I said I was only thiking, lol. Also, tell me, can you also speak your local dialect?

**Don't be a good student and a bad teacher.**

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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Mon, 24 Jan, 2022 - 02:02:20:pm GMT

Hmmmnnn.... I wish I could speak my dialect but I can't....


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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Mon, 24 Jan, 2022 - 02:04:19:pm GMT

This is disheartening for me. Which is one of the reasons why I would like to marry a lady from my village that knows how to speak my dialect fluently....


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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Vickybrown(m) .:. Tue, 25 Jan, 2022 - 08:02:54:am GMT

I cannot speak my local dialect but I can hear my local dialect when it is spoken to me by anyone..


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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Osaroju(m) .:. Wed, 26 Jan, 2022 - 07:49:53:am GMT

@ojc(E😀 awh. I feel your pains dear. But I know that if you can make some conscious efforts, you'd be able to get 1 thing or 2 per time
**Don't be a good student and a bad teacher.**


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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Osaroju(m) .:. Wed, 26 Jan, 2022 - 07:50:24:am GMT

@Vickybrown: good job vickybrown.
**Don't be a good student and a bad teacher.**


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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Nagiano(m) .:. Wed, 02 Feb, 2022 - 02:10:13:am GMT

I only understand my dialect but I can't speak my dialect...


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Re: NIGERIAN LANGUAGE by: Nagiano(m) .:. Wed, 02 Feb, 2022 - 02:12:34:am GMT

One of the major problems I have with not speaking my dialect is that when I hang out with friends from my town, and they realise that I can't speak my native language.

Rather than encourage me to speak this language, they just make fun of me...
That is why learning the language is very difficult for me...


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