English Translation for agbolichacha
Synonyms : agbolichacha
a + gbo + li + cha + cha +
Word Structure - Un-contracted form : agbolichacha
Word Structure - Contracted form : agbolichacha
Spelling & word formation : agbolichacha
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Articles for learning Igala language
- The maiden annual conference of the Igala studies association
- IGALA CLAN SALUTATIONS
- Igala alphabet – A
- Igala alphabet – U
- ANCIENT IGALA NUMERAL SYSTEM
- Relational opposites in Igala language
- Udogba Olopu Aluka Igala
- Overview of Igala alphabets
- Miscellaneous Influences on the Igala Numeral System
- The Dialects of Igala Language
- List of Nigerian languages spoken by less than 5000 people
- Lack of Intergenerational Language Transmission as a threath to Igala language
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Do you believe language can die?
- Threats to the growth of Igala language
- How do you define an endangered language?
- THE PROBLEM – LANGUAGE DEATH
- Do new languages appear today?
- How many languages have already disappeared?
- How Response to New Domains and Media affect the growth of Igala Language
- What does UNESCO do to prevent the endangerment and disappearance of languages?
- What does it mean to say that a language is extinct?
- Which are the regions with the most endangered languages?
- Cultivation of positive attitude towards Igala Language.
- What are the causes of language endangerment and disappearance?
- Need for adequate materials for Language Education and Literacy.
- British imperialism and the reign of Attah Ameh Oboni – the inevitable clash)
- Educational potentials of Igala language:
- EARLY PHASE OF CHRISTIANITY IN IGALALAND
- Story telling (foktale) in Igala Culture
- The Royal beads of Igala kindom.
- The digital family theory of numbering (DIFTON)
- Igala alphabet – I
- Relationship Between Ígálá and Yorùbá Languages
- The Nigerian Independence Celebration
- Igala alphabet – Ọ
- The morphosyntax of Igala verbs
- The effects of Governmental and institutional language attitudes