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Sunday, May 23, 2021

Sunday In House Gists - Different Languages You Can Speak

 Are you a Bilingual (Ability to speak two Languages) or a polyglot (Ability to speak more than two Languages).

Are they all Nigerian languages or International Languages?

Can you also write these Languages?

Can you give examples?




I have some Knowledge of three Nigerian Languages of Isoko, Igbo and Yoruba and i can also speak and write pidgin.

 Internationally I can speak and write German and some French.

91 comments:

  1. I can speak and write fluently English, Yoruba, Pidgin.
    I can understand some Efik and Igbo.
    I can greet and make few sentences in Hausa, Urhobo, Edo

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    1. I speak English and French

      I love my French dieeeeeee, have A1-2 in French both in Nig and outside, I misses Choco Noir here, I noticed her one day that I wrote in French and she replied me so good, I got to know that she is French, even her Moniker name here it's French,

      I understand Yoruba and speak and few delta but can not speak Ibo 😩😩😩😩😩😩



      My Mama say I be Ibo lol 😢😢😢😢😢

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    2. @lilly ma cherie Je suis La pour toi ,
      Comment tu va ?
      trop de choses se sont passées ces derniers temps. 💋💋

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    3. Wetin na chocolate Noir 🍫 and Lilly una won make we lost ni?
      Aurevoir, me sef speak small French 😒😏😂😂🤷🏾‍♀️

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    4. Awwwwww je sais que je le lis ici 😘😘😘 Dieu vous verra à travers et joyeux anniversaire tardif mon ami🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸

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  2. English... Pidgin.. Igbo... Spanish.
    Write and speak all. Except igbo. I try Jare.

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    1. Salut Choco et Lilly. I speak French too. Lil Yoruba and am ibo

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  3. I'm a polyglot. I can fluently speak and write the three major Nigerian languages.

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    1. I can speak
      Hausa, igbo and English
      I can hear and speak a little yoruba as well, I would like to learn more

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  4. Maybe I'm just lazy😁
    French did me strong thing in school,I can't say the simple things till now...I hardly get by French home work😁😁
    Yoruba,English and pidgin!

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  5. I can speak Isoko,Urhobo,Yoruba a bit of Itshekiri nd Igbo..Then aside 9ja language i can speak Ghana a bit.

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    1. Is Ghana a language?????

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    2. ? Anon stop montoring me nd Aunty Stella stop givin dis anon a voice under my comment..Ghana is country ,so? Ghana language ,talk another thing

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    3. Lolll no be only 'montoring'🤣🤣🤣 no be only Ghana language, American language sef dey. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  6. Just igbo, yoruba and English. Looking to add Portuguese soon

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  7. I read and write Igbo and English.
    I wish I can do same for French.
    @Stella, did you major in French and German in your days
    in UNIBEN?

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  8. My French no pass Bonjour again. I don use an chop yellow Eba.
    Chai!! I represented my class in French competition then o.

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    1. Hahahhahahaha Check learn French with Alexa on Youtube, she is gooodddddddd

      She is from France and teaches French slowly, I have lots of french text books and CD, learning French is actually expensive

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  9. I can speak and write my dialect, English and pidgin

    I understand bits of hausa,Edo,igbo and idoma! And offcourse Spanish 😁

    I don't know why I can't just understand yoruba at all🤷🤷 I have tried, people keep saying it's so easy😳😳 I'm like those dots on top and below when writing how can I pronounce it?? My family friend is trying to teach me Russian,that language is damn hard

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  10. I read and write English
    I speak Tiv and pidgin fluently and a bit of Yoruba. I'm also learning Spanish. phew! That a lot.

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    1. Wow!
      I would have said I'll teach you but the problem I can't write Tiv.

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  11. Not fluent in igbo but I can write it. Speak a lil french. Good in english, pidgin.

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  12. I can speak and write Edo, English, pidgin and yoruba.
    I understand Hausa a bit and I can write the little I know. I can greet in French French igbo.

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    1. Edo is NOT a language.

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    2. I thought I was the only one that noticed

      Edo is not a language

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  13. I speak read and write fluently:

    Efik
    Yoruba
    Igbo
    English
    Pidgin

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  14. I can write english and pidgin well, i can only speak yoruba, i grew up in ph

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  15. English, pigin and igbo
    Mum tried her best to teach me how to write in Igbo, but i never took it serious. Now my eye don clear.

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  16. can speak and Write Igbo, English and Pidgin(all on a native level)

    I can only speak Ikwerre(native level), since I have not been in an Ikwerre class, i dunno how the writing will be, one time i read the Ikwerre bible, i came to the realization that most of my spellings were wrong.

    I can read and Write latin but i can't speak it. Learnt from school

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  17. French, English, Hausa and Yoruba (below average).

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  18. Igala n Yoruba, a bit of ebira, and small small English,na the ones wey my brain carry

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    1. Pidgin
      English
      French
      German small
      Chinese greeting
      Ishan
      Etsako
      Benin
      Igbo
      Yoruba
      Hausa
      Anang
      Ebira
      Small ijaw

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  20. I can speak and write in English, Yoruba and Pidgin.

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  21. I speak a bit Tswana , Xhosa , very tiny Twi and quite fluent in Francaise

    I dont speak any Nigerian language fluently, but I can pick words, I'm trying to learn a couple tho .

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    1. 👌 super! J’aime le français

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    2. 😍😍ah ma Belle , moi Aussi , c'est une belle langue

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    3. Dumela Chocolate

      Where did you learn Setswana? I am Tswana married to an Igbo for 21 years. I speak basic Igbo but my kids speak fluent Igbo and Setswana as they attended primary school in my country and secondary in Enugu. Four of them. What a pleasant discovery.

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    4. That's nice.
      You must have lots of Bantu friends.

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  22. I can speak Igbo,Yoruba and Swedish fluently. I am Igbo by tribe,grew up in Lagos at an early age so I learnt Yoruba in Lagos. Then went to SFI school here in Sweden so I can speak read and write in Swedish! Want to learn French too!

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    1. Hejsan Nkeiru! Hur mår du? Var bor du i sverige? I bodde I Sverige 10år innan jåg flyttade till England elva ãr sedan.

      I speak and write Igbo, English and swedish.

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    2. You forgot to add English.

      Swedish and German makes my brain to be turningoninown. Aarrgghh!

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  23. I sabi yarn pidgin no be small

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  24. I can speak Yoruba, Igarra and pidgin. I can write in these languages and also Igbo

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    1. Hejsan @18:25 jag är bra.Jag bor i Jönköping söder om Sverige.Jag bor här i 6 år och jobbar.Trevligt att se någon förstå svenska.Hoppas du är bra?

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    2. Anon18:15
      Ma ku oshomoshi avo
      Avu dashi?

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  25. I speak, understand, read and write at least 15 Nigerian languages + pidgin. Then I understand some key [transactional] words in another 15-20 local dialects. As in, I fit use the dialects buy market or settle quarrel. Fluent in 4 international languages; then can pass across a message in another 7-9 others. When I'm angry and vituperating, na any language wey enter my mouth you go collect like that mbok. My mates dey find more business sense, na languages my brain dey gather😕.

    I believe that my own "speaking in tongues" is innate. I don't stress to learn languages; languages just love me which is why it's hard to "code" or gossip around me because you think I won't understand your language. See you see express. My MIL's Cotonou Charwoman was once shocked when I "mistakenly" replied her in her language; she'd known me for nearly five years at the time and spoken her language on the phone in my presence severally. I practically learned the Korean language just by watching Korean movies for 3-4 months during the lockdown last year.

    The big advantage is that you can make quite a tidy sum from transcribing, translating and compere jobs while the disadvantage however is that you nearly get a headache when in the midst of people speaking different languages at once just because you can understand what nearly everyone is saying. I'm #Amebo for a reason. Me sef tire. Maybe I was conceived or born on a Pentecost Sunday like today.

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    1. Wow!!!! That’s amazing!
      Lol @ Pentecost Sunday

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    2. Impressive!

      I wish I could speak a lot of languages, I am obsessed with languages, there something beautiful about different tongues.

      A word could mean something else in another to language. It's just fascinating!

      God is awesome

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    3. Wow, impressive. I think this is a gift...

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    4. Hahaha.
      Obviously you were born on a Pentecost Sunday.

      Your last part is the truth.
      Rock your gift!

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    5. You are too Gifted....wow

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  26. Igbo(my tribe)
    Yoruba(lived in lagos)
    English(duh!..)
    Spanish(live in 🇪🇸 )
    French(mum & dad are both fluent in it,both lived & studied in Paris)
    German(above average)..(dh is fluent in it, so..)
    Can Speak & write all fluently, except German.

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  27. I speak and write a bit of Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba.
    Bit of Spanish for international languages.
    Very fluent in English and pidgin.

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  28. Standing ovation for you Amebo!!
    Very impressive dear.

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  29. I can speak and write English, Yoruba and pidgin. I can speak a bit of isoko.

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  30. Beautiful Me🧡23 May 2021 at 17:52

    I can speak
    Igbo
    Pidgin
    Igbo
    Hausa
    Lil Yoruba
    Lil French

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  31. I can speak..
    English
    Hausa
    Yoruba
    Edo
    Nupe
    Little bit of Gwari
    Igbo
    Pigin.
    But can only write English,even the English I never Sabi finish

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  32. I write and understand Igbo, English and French fluently.
    J’ai B2 en français.
    Working on getting to C1- C2 bientôt
    Once I get that I would pick up Spanish. Recently fell in love with the language.

    I lived in Lagos for a while so I understand a handful of phrases. Never attempted speaking.

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  33. English
    Pigin English
    Yoruba
    Nsukka
    Igbo
    Spanish

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  34. I can speak language of love, telepathy, divine conjuring and dream interpretation

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    1. Una must always make something off point.

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  35. I can speak and write English,yoruba, hausa,edo, pigin and Spanish language.

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  36. I speak Yoruba, English and French( although, I enjoy writing french more than speaking it)

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  37. In order of Proficiency.
    Mastery...got these under wraps:
    1. Spanish
    2. English
    3. Igbo
    4. Hausa
    5. Pidgin

    Advanced:
    1. French
    2. Yoruba

    Intermediate:
    1. Italian
    2. Esperanto

    NB: French, Spanish and Esperanto are sisters.
    Though, Spanish remains the sexiest language if you can do the 'lisp'.



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    1. xlhrted p for real?

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    2. Yeah for real.
      The only difficult one up there is Italian.
      I'm on it but got serious time constraint.

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  38. lol Stella see how you confidently called pidgin. I don't regard pidgin as language o

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    1. Why? Pidgin is a language.
      Same way Esperanto is Pidgin.

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  39. Igbo
    English
    French and Mandarin not fluently tho
    I understand Yoruba but can't speak... weird

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  40. Hmmmmmm some of us just escorted others to this world. Like Xp

    Advanced English lol

    The most Complex B

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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