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Audio Picture Dictionary for Beginners


Welcome to Igbo911, pioneers in on line Multimedia Igbo language education for Ndi Igbo in Diasporas and students of Igbo as a second language.

A good action plan is imparative for success in any meaningful endeavour. At what ever point you choose to start your adventure in Igbo Language studies here at Igbo911, we recommend you start by setting a SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time Sensitive) goal.

  • Specific: This could mean being able to count from one to ten in Igbo or being able to recite one Igbo proverb.

  • Measurable: You need to set a specific time by which your goal should have been achieved. Using our interactive quizzes or practicing with Igbo speakers will help you evaluate your progress.

  • Achievable: Your goal should be achievable in the light of your circumstances.

  • Realistic: You goal should take into account your circumstances and may prompt you to consider the sacrifice you need to make along the way.

  • Time sensitive: There has to be a predetermined time frame after which you should be able to review your performance.

  • At the end of each goal period you are encouraged to either review your strategy or advance to a new segment with new goals. We would also be glad to have your feed back as to how we can make our resource more functional and effective for you.
    The following steps have been developed to help you observe these guidelines as you explore the materials in igbo911.

    STEP ONE: Practice



    STEP TWO: Practice sounds with blend of Alphabets, Consonant and Vowel combinations as Words and in Sentences in Tone Marking:

    STEPTHREE: Build up vocabulary using

    Audio Picture Dictionary for beginners. The interactive, audio visual Quizzes are designed to facilitate your practice, comprehension and retention.

    Basic Sciences.

    Nature and

    Around the House,

    STEP FOUR: Comprehension (1); Jump Start your communication in Igbo with the sample sentences and phrases in Jump Start Lingo. Explore Key parts of speech using "na" and "ka" as examples.

    STEP FIVE: Comprehension (2); formulate complex sentences with the Examples in Around the House, Nature, and Parts of the body.

    STEP SIX: Comprehension (3); formulate more complex sentences using figures of speech in Proverbs and Idioms and Tongue Twisters