IGBO BEGINNER COURSE THREE ($20.00)



This course reinforces previous knowledge of verb conjugation and sentence formation in the present and past tenses, acquired in Course 1 and Course 2. This course comprises Igbo lessons focusing on verb conjugation in the future, increase vocabulary acquisition and sentence formation in both present, past and future tenses. Although the course is designed to be completed within one month, your registration will grant you access to this course for one full year starting on the date of registration. Below is a general description of the contents of each of the video lessons.


LESSON 1: HOW TO TELL WHERE YOU WILL GO TO

In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate the verb “iga” (to go) in the future tense. Then you will learn some vocabulary of places. You will learn how to make sentences by combining the verb “iga” in the future tense to say places you will go to.


LESSON 2: EXPRESSING A FALL IN THE FUTURE

In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate the verb “ida” (to fall) in the future tense. Then you will learn some vocabularies relating to falling down. You will learn how to make sentences in the future tense by combining the verb “ida” with those vocabularies. The method is straight forward. Just listen, follow along and repeat the sounds after the Igbo Teacher. Then go out there and find an Igbo-speaking person and practice.


LESSON 3: HOW TO TELL WHERE/WHEN YOU WILL RETURN HOME

In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate the verb “ila” (to go back/return home) in the future tense. Then you will learn some vocabularies of places that you can possibly return to. You will learn how to make sentences by combining the verb “ila” to tell places you go back to and when. You will learn to ask questions to find out where/when someone is returning to a place.


LESSON 4: USE OF ILO, ILOTA, ILOGHACHI IN PRESENT AND PAST

In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate the verbs “ilo”, “ilota”, “iloghachi” (to go back/return home) in both present and past tenses. Then you will learn some vocabularies of places that you can possibly return to. You will learn how to make sentences by combining the verbs to tell places you go back to and when. You will learn to ask questions to find out where/when someone is returning to a place.


LESSON 5: USE OF ILO, ILOTA, ILOGHACHI IN THE FUTURE

In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate the verb “ila” (to go back/return home) in both present and past tenses. Then you will learn some vocabularies of places that you can possibly return to. You will learn how to make sentences by combining the verb “ila” to tell places you go back to and when. You will learn to ask questions to find out where/when someone is returning to a place.


LESSON 6: HOW TO TELL WHERE YOU WILL COME TO

In this lesson, you will learn how to conjugate the verb “ibia” (to come) in the future tense. Then you will learn some vocabulary of places. You will learn how to make sentences by combining the verb “ibia” in the future tense to say places you are coming to. You will learn how to ask questions and answer question on who is coming to a place and who is not.


LESSON 7: TELLING THINGS YOU WILL READ/STUDIED IN THE FUTURE

In this lesson, you will learn how to use the verb “igu” (to read) in the future tense. You will learn how to make sentences by combining the verb “igu” with vocabularies to tell the things you will read/study.


LESSON 8: HOW TO TELL THE THINGS/PEOPLE YOU WILL SEE IN THE FUTURE

We see things with our eyes every day. In this lesson, you will learn how to use the verb “ihu” (to see) in the future tense. You will learn some vocabularies and how to make sentences by combining the verb “ihu” to tell things and people you will see. You will learn how to include the places where you see/have seen those things/people.


LESSON 9: HOW TO TELL THE THINGS YOU DRINK

We drink different things every day. In this lesson, you will learn how to use the verb “inu” (to drink) in the present, past and future tenses. You will learn some vocabularies and how to make sentences by combining the verb “inu” to tell things you drink.


LESSON 10: HOW TO TALK ABOUT REGULAR ACTIVITIES – SWIMMING

In this lesson, you will learn how to use the verb “igwu” (to swim) in the present tense. You will learn a number of vocabularies and expressions and see how they can combine with “igwu” to express different situations in Igbo. This visual lesson covers how to express swimming, playing, scamming or cheating, using the verb “igwu” and other expressions that combine with it.


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You will have unlimited access to the course materials for on full year. You can access your lessons from anywhere in the world with high speed internet connection.

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ANIMATED IGBO CARTOONS PROJECT

Igbo, a language of over thirty million native speakers living predominantly in South-Eastern Nigeria, and which, due to immigration, now has a significant native-speaker representation in North America, is categorized as an endangered language due to sociolinguistic factors resulting in decreasing native-speaker competence. In North America and everywhere else where Igbo is spoken, modern professional families often have neither time nor the knowledge of the oral traditions to transfer to their children. We are stepping in to provide an avenue for the Igbo child/family to learn language, values, customs, ethics, etc., through media contents such as video lessons, cartoons and folktales.

This collaborative and interdisciplinary project focuses on preserving the Igbo language, which, according to the UNESCO and endangered language scholars, will be extinct in 50 years. This website is designed to be a Learning Management System, and an online language centre where adults can access video lessons and animations; young learners, cartoons and animated videos; and parents, cartoons and language tools to teach Igbo to their children.