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Ewe Oju Omi

Discussion in 'AFRICAN MOVIE REVIEWS' started by vince, Jan 28, 2004.

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  1. kkkartel

    kkkartel Active Member

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    Why u dey pa owe for oyinbo now ? Abeg make u drop the thing for mother tongue make I enjoy am jo :D .
     
  2. kcbabe64

    kcbabe64 Well-Known Member

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    pls everyone, if y'all r writing in yoruba, cud u pls write d translation in english in bracket. coz i dnt understand wot u guys r sayin in yoruba. but am interested to know.
    thanks
     
  3. teejay

    teejay I am taking territories

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    Can we just try and be considerate here? This is exactly what I pointed out earlier that, not everyone in this forum understands yoruba or can read in yoruba.

    Moderator, it will be much appreciated if you can see to this.

    Many thanks
     
  4. vince

    vince Well-Known Member

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    So i should prevent people from speaking their mother tongue?
    That is beyond my powers o!
    But i implore everybody to put translations in brackets for Kc's sake,thanks!:)
     
  5. teejay

    teejay I am taking territories

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    Thank Vince, as long as they put the translation of whever they are saying in their mother tongue, that is cool. Nice one!
     
  6. kcbabe64

    kcbabe64 Well-Known Member

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    thanks
     
  7. mamarita

    mamarita OJODTROUBLELOVER

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    Me I said my bit in ENGLISH na!!!! Una no say ha, make we praise MAMARITA. Infact am hurt, just hurt, if only I could find my tears...Ha, gone, Oh well:p

    I'll translate to Yoruba if only Teejay promises to teach me Igbo
     
  8. teejay

    teejay I am taking territories

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    Well, I am not an Igbo Lady, unfortunately, I can't be of any help in that area, Dear Mamarita. I appreciate you though.
    What I am laying an enphacy on, is for the benefit of people like kcbabe64
    Quote: pls everyone, if y'all r writing in yoruba, cud u pls write d translation in english in bracket. coz i dnt understand wot u guys r sayin in yoruba. but am interested to know.
    thanks

    Therefore, our translations of whatever we are saying in our mother tongues to English will be much appreciated.
    After all, we are all one and we are meant to benefit and have fun from this forum.
    So let us just close this chapter of language thing and move to something else.
    I love you all even though we have not met face to face.
    However, I am glad to be part of this forum and I 'm really having a great time.
    Have a great weekend!!!
     
  9. mamarita

    mamarita OJODTROUBLELOVER

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    Oh ok, you're so considerate, thats good. But you're not a guy and you don't speak Igbo, why should I listen to you:p
    Just kidding, I quite agree, I'll try
     
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