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This is a Subscription Website that enables students to speak Yoruba Language within five(5) days provided a minimum of 30 minutes of study are invested per day. An awesome "Voice Recording Tool" for each student to record his/her voice is provided for self evaluation. The Voice Recorder Expands/Retracts on the right hand side. Don't worry if you do not sound exactly like a Native Speaker. Your accent does not natter. What matters is your interest, motivation, preseverance and knowlege gained from hard work to be a part and parcel of your God given heritage and rich cultural values for which, the Yorubas are known for. AIM FOR THE SKIES. LONG LIVE THE YORUBAS!!
Getting started and enjoying the lessons is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4:
Learning any thing new like Yoruba Language requires a lot of encouragement and motivation from loving and supportive parents. Therefore, let your parents be the Translators-In-Chief for you. Good luck!
Are you ready to lead your children or family to the right part with the available free introductory Online Yoruba Instructions by Native Tonue Academy? The instruction is family oriented because langauge as a Natural phenemenom starts first from parents in a given family. Children learn to speak by listening to their parents and adult relatives.
This module contains Things seen in Homes, Kitchens, Schools/Work, Transportation and at the zoo. For instance, in Schools, there are many things seen. Some of the things commonly seen are school buildings, books, class rooms, chalk boards, School buses, Students, Teachers, computers, bells, tables, chairs,
Yorubas have what is generally referred to as vigesimal counting (i.e. counting in 20s) as opposed to decimal (counting in 10s)
In her book, Africa Counts, Claudia Zaslavsky describes the Yoruba number system as a complex system based on 20 (vigesimal) that uses subtraction to express numbers. For example, 35 = (2 x 20) - 5; 47 = (3 x 20) - 10 - 3; 51 = (3 x 20) - 10 + 1. According to the Yoruba system, the numbers from 1 to 10 have