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Learn Yoruba greetings, written orthographical rendering, sounds (embedded
complete translations in english and definitions of new words
Learn using an actual conversation in Yoruba, plus embedded audio
Learn how to say the following essential common greetings and
phrases in Yoruba with detailed figurative and literal translations and audio examples:
What do you want?
What does he/she want?
What do y’all want?
What do they want?
I want _____.
He/she wants ______.
We want _____.
They want ______.
Who do you like?
Who does he/she like?
Who do y’all like?
Who do they like?
I like _____.
He/she likes _____.
We like _____.
They like _____.
What is it that you don’t want?
What is it that he/she doesn’t want?
What is it that y’all don’t want?
What is it that they don’t want?
I don’t want _____.
He/she doesn’t want _____.
We don’t want _____.
They don’t want ______.
Who is it that you don’t like?
Who is it that he/she doesn’t like?
Who is it that y’all don’t like?
Who is it that they don’t like?
I don’t like _____.
He/she doesn’t like _____.
We don’t like _____.
They don’t like ______.
Abôsëdé, good morning.
How are you?
Fine. And you?
My friend, what do you want to do?
I want to return to Afrika.
Congrats! What do you like there?
I like Afrikans (Black people). I like my family. I also like Nigerian food.
Really? Me too.
So, do you want to return to Afrika too?
Yes o. Let’s go soon o.
Okay. Let’s go.
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