Apart from Your Mother Tongue, What other Language(s) do You Like?

#1
Apart from your mother tongue, ie your native and first language what other language do you like so much.

Please note that you might know or not know how to speak them, just let us know the languages you like so much apart from the your native language.
Thanks.
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#2
Latin and French
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#3
(12-08-2017, 07:01 PM)Sanctus BOC Wrote: Latin and French
Latin is an old but a very hard language to learn. Are you a Roman Catholic?
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#4
Idoma.
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#5
I like my father tongue nd my brother tongue....Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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#6
(12-08-2017, 08:40 PM)Bae Nick Nick D Wrote: I like my father tongue nd my brother tongue....Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

Big GrinBig Grin what about my tongue? Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin
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#7
(12-08-2017, 07:59 PM)Jimmyekky Wrote: Idoma.
Wa'a - come
Mkpmachi - good morning
mkpaene
mkpmaeno
I thought nwone is good Morning in Idoma?
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#8
yes
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#9
Ibo
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#10
(13-08-2017, 02:12 AM)InspirBrains Wrote: Ibo
Sorry bro, where are you from?
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#11
Athough i speak & write hausa as well but i will like to speak french,spanish,porturgese & chinese maybe,tomorrow i travel to a country where any of these language is official
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#12
Computer language.especially programming language.. @ojukwu will u teach me sir.
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#13
(13-08-2017, 04:35 PM)PeaceAmbassador Wrote: Computer language.
LOL. I mean human language but what programming language do you know?
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#14
(13-08-2017, 04:36 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: LOL. I mean human language but what programming language do you know?

Currently learning basic python on YouTube.
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#15
(13-08-2017, 04:39 PM)PeaceAmbassador Wrote: Currently learning basic python on YouTube.
That's great, you can also check out the official Python website for comprehensive tutorials with many applicable examples.
I will advise you to learn Django framework once you understand the basics of Python. Django is very useful in writing web apps.
Thanks.
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#16
(13-08-2017, 04:51 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: That's great, you can also check out the official Python website for comprehensive tutorials with many applicable examples.
I will advise you to learn Django framework once you understand the basics of Python. Django is very useful in writing web apps.
Thanks.

Thanks bro
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#17
(13-08-2017, 04:51 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: That's great, you can also check out the official Python website for comprehensive tutorials with many applicable examples.
I will advise you to learn Django framework once you understand the basics of Python. Django is very useful in writing web apps.
Thanks.

Thanks bro
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#18
Hausa
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#19
(13-08-2017, 04:57 PM)Charytea Wrote: Hausa
Hausa is a very easy language to speak and understand, I don't understand Hausa but from the few words I know how easy it can be be.
That said, Hausa does not have global penetration than Igbo, it was as a result of popularity of Nollywood and the fact that many Igbo people reside in almost all the major cities of the world.

I have a Nollywood group with over 100, 000 members on Facebook. Come and see Zimbabweans, South Africans etc writing some Igbo phrases like 'biko', 'odiegwu' etc.
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#20
Yoruba language n France plus Korea
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#21
(13-08-2017, 09:38 PM)oduegwu victory Wrote: Yoruba language n France plus Korea
What is your mother tongue?
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#22
Yoruba is my father and mother native language..but i would love to learn Korea+Chinese
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#23
(13-08-2017, 10:09 PM)AfriBwoy Wrote: Yoruba is my father and mother native language..but i would love to learn Korea+Chinese
OK, thanks.
.......
Welcome to GoBiafra forum, happy to have you here.
Thanks.
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#24
(12-08-2017, 11:27 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: I thought nwone is good Morning in Idoma?

it has been long i learnt them mayb i made mistake
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#25
(14-08-2017, 11:40 AM)Jimmyekky Wrote: it has been long i learnt them mayb i made mistake
Let me tag an Idoma here for help.
@ogaba
Please how to you great good morning in Idoma?
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#26
Mmochi
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#27
(14-08-2017, 04:37 PM)Ogaba Wrote: Mmochi
Thanks for the clarification.
What does nwone mean in Idoma?
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#28
(13-08-2017, 09:42 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: What is your mother tongue?

Igbo
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#29
Cross River State!
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#30
Mbembe
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#31
(14-08-2017, 06:23 PM)InspirBrains Wrote: Mbembe
Ok Bro, thanks for the clarification.
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#32
(14-08-2017, 06:02 PM)oduegwu victory Wrote: Igbo
Ok but most of your people will always say they are Igbo.
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#33
(14-08-2017, 04:48 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: Thanks for the clarification.
What does nwone mean in Idoma?

You see maybe its just our spelling that differ. Mm starting it and chi ending it
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#34
(14-08-2017, 07:36 PM)Jimmyekky Wrote: You see maybe its just our spelling that differ
I think so. Thanks.
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#35
(14-08-2017, 07:38 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: I think so. Thanks.

Ojukwu i like you cus u don't argue foolishly like some others. Continue like that lets change the world
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#36
(14-08-2017, 07:41 PM)Jimmyekky Wrote: Ojukwu i like you cus u don't argue foolishly like some others. Continue like that lets change the world
Thanks Bro, let's build a great forum together.
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#37
Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, a little francais,. merci
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#38
(14-08-2017, 08:20 PM)precious Wrote: Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, a little francais,. merci
What is your mother tongue? Urhobo???
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#39
(14-08-2017, 07:23 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: Ok but most of your people will always say they are Igbo.

Yes
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#40
(14-08-2017, 09:17 PM)oduegwu victory Wrote: Yes
LOL. Na mistake ooo.
I've heard many Agbor people in several occasions say they are not Igbo.
I dey lie?
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