Yoruba Insults Language is a phenomenon that is used in communication. The environment we live in is largely verbal, therefore, language serves as an expressive function used in everyday…
The premium course package includes the modules mentioned below but offers you 4 (1 hour) one to one session to accompany your independent studies. You can schedule these lessons at your convenience, you can choose to have the lessons once a week whilst you’re going through the course, all at the beginning to lay the foundation for the course or all at the end once you’ve completed the course to clarify any questions you may have developed whilst taking the course.
Once you have booked this course, I will be in touch to provide you with information on how to proceed with booking your lessons.
On this course, you will learn more than just the basics and start getting into the more technical aspects of Yoruba, it goes further beyond the Beginner’s course and delves into the more complex sentence construction.
The modules that are included in this course include;
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to hold decent conversation and have expanded your vocabulary with the verb module and the pronouns and connective module will provide a more clear understanding of the main difference between sentence construction between Yoruba and English.
There are Lesson materials, and practice sheets to test your knowledge and ensure you are on track.
You can send emails/enquiries before, during and after you have gone through the course, either about the course itself or any issues you might have had.
The course price is £250 and should take you about 12-14 weeks to complete depending on how much time you can dedicate to it. Remember to watch the course videos over and over again to master the topic.
This Lesson focuses on 'I am' the different ways we use it in Yoruba and the rules surrounding its usage.
This lesson looks at the different ways to say 'I have' and I usually and the rules surrounding them.
This lesson includes I can, I will, I like, I want and I know and all the rules surrounding their usage.
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This video covers asking for peoples name, where they come from and where they live.
In this video, we go through how to ask someone for their age, their job, arranging to see/ meet up with someone, speaking to older people and adressing people.
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Looks at all of the verbs that are not about the household, people, things or regular day to day verbs.