Posted by abdul at February 5th, 2013
The three possible syllable structures of Igala Language are consonant+vowel (CV), vowel alone (V), and syllabic nasal (N). Every syllable bears one of the three tones:
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The sentence ÈGWÉFÀ = SIXTEEN provides examples of the three syllable types:
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