- Recognize the tonal notes in writing: In every language, there are tones as to how they are spoken. You need to recognize and identify how it is being spoken and how it is written
- Identify each high and low tones in speech
- Listen to native speakers and try imitating: Listen and watch movies based on this language. It helps in succeeding in this dive as imitating the actors twists your tongue to the required tone
- Recognize patterns of spelling
- Find a native speaker and practice talking with him/her: Find native speakers around you and practice with them. There are lots of online opportunities too that grants you access to listen to native speakers like Facebook and YouTube
- Learn basic greetings
- Read 20 minutes a day in Igbo, and from varying sources
- Listen to Igbo TV and radio every day
- Write a new essay or short story every week and get it corrected
- Speak weekly with others, and ideally those who can correct your mistakes
- Make sure your pronunciation is as spot on as can be
- Improve your vocabulary constantly
This Igbo Resource Handbook Below
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