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Yoruba Literature

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by Gen Sani Abacha, Feb 11, 2004.

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  1. Crazy T

    Crazy T Well-Known Member

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    What's up!

    Guess I am right?
     
  2. peculiar

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    I no talk say anything dey unacceptable o!ehen! The thought of eating those big-eyed cats just gave me the creeps and i said "B.O.J". Thats all!:cool:
     
  3. Crazy T

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    Dont tell me that Abike too is Ekimogun?
     
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    :action-sm :action-sm Wo jae e!Weldone!

    Ke she?=But why?

    I wish i could speak it fluently though. My dad is so good! On seeing anyone from Ondo, he just starts to dey flow,and its so sweet when mixed with English!;)

    UP ONDO STATE!:worshippy....pecs....REPRESENTING!
     
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    Oh not at all!Not anywhere near us sef!:1244: :)
     
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    I have never leaved in Ondo before, i was born and raised in Lagos but I am good in languages so I speak Ondo fluently. The same goes for Dutch language.
     
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    WOW!Im jealous!

    The little I know, i learnt from grandma and dad when they speak anytime grandma is around(which used to be all the time!;) )

    Grandma only speaks Ondo so you had to understand it by force,even the househelps.

    I guess i cant speak it well cos my mum isnt Ondo so my parents only spoke the original yoruba to each other and us. I found that my friends who have their both parents from Ondo can speak it very fluently even though they never lived in Ondo.

    Painful stuff. Mo de ti a koun! Ki aiye ti she gbo fi,me le communicate in Ondo?Ee ti e san gedegede at all!cycl: :indif Meigho!!Shi ma ka tiai sha! Mo mo fi o ti a san!
     
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    Gbam! O ti a san no tito.
    My both parents are from Ondo, they speak Ondo to us and we responded with Yoruba (EKO) my elder sister even spend 2 years in Ondo (Iparuku) I guess your Ondo is better than her own. It’s my elder brother (he leaves in MD) that can do everything with Ondo language, he attended Ondo Grammar School.

    BTW which part of the ROCK are you leaving? Me a fi me i ri eh o, ibaje aye din ni je teh Amin
     
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    Amhin o bros!Ati'wo na o!

    lol@ROCK!

    I live in England bro!:o but in the ROCK(Christgrinning: ...lol)
     
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    You need to hit the bed then if you are going to school tomorrow. I live on the mountain Holland :laugh:

    So, odo la gba e o abi?
     
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    Hubs, we're slipping again on the grammer.... help:



     
  13. Abike

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    peculia.......................!!!!! :D :D :D


     
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    Do you want me to serve you a tic tac?:cool-smil
     
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    o make sense o....


     
  16. bolanle

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    :roll ABIKE ..kai hubs don suffa for una hand o...keep it coming tho, you putting a smile on my face...:)
     
  17. Abike

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    but bolanle, i know you went to feyingbole high, but you too no go write this kain ting...and i quote:

    "Amen, I'm so glad I had the opportunity to know this things. Kids now are days doesnt even understand yoruba again in Nigeria."



     
  18. Hubscrown

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    Sharraaaaaaaappp!!!!

    Nowadays, these days, wateva. Believe me, I dont use nowadays so much thats why it came up that way.

    I could I ever never notice that.

    Abike as from today, try and write a paragraph and we will know how well you doing.
     
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    and its not like you write paragraphs on here anywhere...but if u want me to, i will. Pick the topic.



     
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    How can you convince me that Jesus is a virgin all through his life?
     
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