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Re: Igbo Dialects by obuus: 3:32am On May 19, 2017
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Re: Igbo Dialects by Amadioha01(m): 3:18am On Nov 03, 2018
obyphy:
Oguta- Imo State
How are you? Omena aha
Do you want to eat now? I choro iri ini duduna

shocked cheers

Wait what? � Is Oguta this Divergent � I was of the assumption that all dialects in Imo state aren't that different. Someone should please educate me on The Oguta dialect, their relations with their neighbors especially the Ukwuani's in Delta and the Ndoni in rivers. Including other groups in Imo.
Re: Igbo Dialects by asha80(m): 3:46pm On Nov 03, 2018
Amadioha01:


Wait what? � Is Oguta this Divergent � I was of the assumption that all dialects in Imo state aren't that different. Someone should please educate me on The Oguta dialect, their relations with their neighbors especially the Ukwuani's in Delta and the Ndoni in rivers. Including other groups in Imo.
oguta's dialect is more related to the other dialects across the river in delta state..a typical oguta man cannot converse in igbo to a typical mbaise man

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Re: Igbo Dialects by Amadioha01(m): 4:16pm On Nov 03, 2018
asha80:
oguta's dialect is more related to the other dialects across the river in delta state..a typical oguta man cannot converse in igbo to a typical mbaise man
Thanks alot. For the info. I suspected so. Biko, do you know much the Ndoni people, I made a post asking basic questions about them. If you do, please check my profile for my post and help me out. Thanks.
Re: Igbo Dialects by dasparrow: 5:37pm On Nov 03, 2018
Amadioha01:

Thanks alot. For the info. I suspected so. Biko, do you know much the Ndoni people, I made a post asking basic questions about them. If you do, please check my profile for my post and help me out. Thanks.

My maternal grandma is from Ndoni, Rivers State. They are Ukwuani people. They were once part of Delta State before they were cut into Rivers State. If you know anything about the Ukwuani people of Delta State then you should know about the Ndoni people of Rivers State. Same folks.
Re: Igbo Dialects by Amadioha01(m): 7:29pm On Nov 03, 2018
dasparrow:


My maternal grandma is from Ndoni, Rivers State. They are Ukwuani people. They were once part of Delta State before they were cut into Rivers State. If you know anything about the Ukwuani people of Delta State then you should know about the Ndoni people of Rivers State. Same folks.
Thanks. But do they identify as Ukwuani/Ndokwa. You know how Rivers people are with every compound as an ethnic group. I've also seen claims that's they speak the Onicha dialect
Re: Igbo Dialects by superlightning: 4:42pm On Dec 15, 2018
Isuama was the very first dialect used.
Re: Igbo Dialects by okilimgbaaama75: 6:53pm On Feb 11
Ndi Igbo Ibe m ,

Kedu ka unu melu ?

Here is my story : I was born and raised abroad ( in France to be more exact ) and i am currently trying to learn Igbo language on the Internet. I can proudly now say that I have mastered the basics ( vocab / grammar, still need some working on my tones though). However, I never really learned my dialect. My family is from Nanka in Orumba North LGA of Anambra state. I hope that you guys can help me

Daalu

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