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Welcome to Igbo911, pioneers in on line Multimedia Igbo language education for Ndi Igbo in Diasporas and students of Igbo as a second language.
Our mission is to provide Igbo language education via contemporary and interactive audio visual media. Through our dialectical lexicon, we are capturing key words and phrases from as many dialects as possible. Although Central Igbo was developed to serve as a universal dialect, contemporary Igbo speakers do not speak in any specific dialect. Depending on their place of birth, residence and aptitude; the average Igbo person speaks in a brand that is an amalgamation of several dialects. Igbo911 reflects such contemporary blend of dialect and we have chosen it as a default dialect for our resource at this time until we are able to collate the data in central Igbo.
The audio rendition of the Igbo text (where available) can be activated by clicking on the audio icon, the picture or on the Igbo text.
Audio Picture Dictionary (for beginners): One page is dedicated to each alphabet. Each page is interactive enabling users to hear the pronunciation of the applicable individual alphabet and there contextual use via six colourful objects. Following each page is a quiz that would enable you practice the words associated with each alphabet.
Dialectical Lexicon and Audio Translator Imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all knowledge of Igbo language and culture in every dialect from every community. This is the inspiration for our dialectical lexicon and audio translator. Our hope is that in the near future any one from any part of the world will be able to learn how to carry on a conversation in any Igbo language dialect of choice.
Check out how the questions "Where are you going?" is rendered in: Enugu, Enugu State; Onitsha, Anambra State; Asaba, Delta State; Owerri, Imo State; and Ufuma, Anambra State.
Or "What is your name?" in: Ngwo, Enugu State; Abatete, Anambra State; Awka, Anambra State; Ufuma, Anambra State; Enugu, Enugu State; Owerri, Imo State; Onitsha, Anambra State; Isulo, Anambra State.
Alphabets and numerals: Conventionally there are 36 alphabets in Igbo language. Eight of these are vowels, nine are blends and nineteen are consonants. In the Numeral project of our Dialectical Lexicon and Audio Translator we have recorded One to Ten Thousand in Central Igbo as well as in contemporary Igbo911 version. The Ufuma version with 400 as the highest denominator is in progress
xxxxasound the house xxxxBody and health Body and Health is divided into head, trunk, limb and health... Nature is divided into animals, plants, physical features, People, places and directions... FAQ & A contain over 100 frequently asked questions and answers that are used in day to day conversation.... xxxxPleasantries Pleasantries contain the most common pleasantries that are used in Igbo Language. Like the FAQ & A this is laid out in Greeting and Response format... Word Bank contains over one thousand entries of Igbo sayings drawn from day to day conversation... Maxims : A collection of over 100 Igbo Idioms, Proverbs and Adages taken from diverse authors and sources..
Audio Igbo New Testament Bible (New): Presented by Faith Comes By Hearing. The Igbo Audio Drama New Testament is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects.
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