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Types of Food Crops in Nkwen

Food crop cultivation is the background of the economy of the Nkwen people. Its importance cannot be overemphasized as it has increased the living standard of the inhabitants of this community. There are very many different types found, and here are some of them.

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Sensitization on Covid 19 in Nkwen

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Coronavirus, also called COVID-19, is a new illness that started in China last year. It has spread to all countries in the world and has now reached our country – Cameroon. Most people who get this illness recover but it has also killed a lot of people and so can also kill you.

Who gets seriously ill from this disease?

People of all ages can get this illness. But people who are already sick with illnesses such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure may become seriously ill from this disease. Signs: Fever, Dry cough, Tiredness, Muscle pains.

The symptoms of a coronavirus infection are: fever, dry cough, muscle pains, tiredness. Some people also have nasal congestion, and sore throat. Some people, although infected, have no signs but can spread it. Serious cases have to be treated in the hospital.

How can you catch it? How can you pass it to others?

People get this disease by being near people who already have it or touching something that an infected person touched. The thing that causes the disease lives in our nose and lungs. When someone with the disease (whether they are ill or not) coughs or sneezes the disease comes out of their mouth and nose and anyone standing close can catch it also through their nose, mouth and even eyes. If someone with the disease coughs or sneezes in their hand and then touches anything (example-a cup or bottle or door handle), the disease can stay on that thing for some time and can then infect anyone who touches that thing.

How to protect yourself

1. Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth. Cover your mouth with a mask when going out of the house

2. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water as soap kills the disease.

3. cough or sneeze into the crook of your arm.

4. Keep at least two meters away from a person who is coughing or sneezing.

5. Do not shake hands or hug each other. Greet each other with a nod or a verbal greeting.

6. Avoid gatherings where you will be close to other people.

7. Stay at home as much as possible.

8. Keep informed and only act on information from people or sources you trust. What to do in case you think you are infected. If you have symptoms: – Avoid contact with other people. – Stay at home. – Call the hospital.

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Numbers in Nkwen Language

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Mә̀sɛŋtәnә̀  – Counting 

mòˀo  –   1

bya   –    2

tarə   –   3

kwà   –    4

tanә̀   –    5

ǹtùu    –     6

sàmba –  7

nә̀fǎ  –     8

nә̀bwùˀu – 9

nә̀ghәmә̀ –   10

ǹchә̀-mo’o  – 11

ǹchә̀-bya –  12

ǹchә̀-tarә –   13

ǹchә̀-nə̀kwà – 14

ǹchә̀-tanə  – 15

ǹchә̀-ǹtùu   –  16

ǹchә̀-sàmba – 17

ǹchә̀-nə̀fàa  – 18

ǹchә̀-nə̀bwùˀu – 19

mə̀ghə̀mə məmbya –  20

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə-mòˀo     –        21

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-bya       –        22

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-tarə      –        23

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-nə̀kwà – 24

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-tanə̀      –        25

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-ǹtùu     –        26

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-sàmba            27

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-nə̀fǎ     –        28

mə̀ghəmə məmbya nə ǹchə̀-nə̀bwùˀu  –    29

mə̀ghəmə məntarə30ǹkɛ̀rə̀ bya200
mə̀ghəmə nə̀kwà40ǹkɛ̀rə̀ tarə300
mə̀ghəmə məntanə50ǹkɛ̀rə̀ nə̀kwà400
mə̀ghəmə mi ǹtùu60ǹkɛ̀rə̀ tanə̀500
mə̀ghəmə mi sàmba70ǹkɛ̀rə̀ ǹtùu600
mə̀ghəmə mi nəfâ80ǹkɛ̀rə̀ sàmba700
mə̀ghəmə mi nəbwùˀu90ǹkɛ̀rə̀ nəfǎ800
ǹkɛ̀rə100ǹkɛ̀rə̀  nә̀bwùˀu900
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ǹkɛ̀rǝ nǝ àzuŋǝ mo’o 101Ǹcùˀu bya
2000
ǹkὲrә̀ nә ǝdzuŋә bya 102Ǹcùˀu tarә 3000
ǹkὲrә̀ nә әdzwuŋә nә̀ghәmә̀ 110Ǹcùˀu nә̀ghǝmә̀ 10,000
ǹkὲrә̀ nә ǹchә̀-mòˀo 111Ǹcùˀu ǹchә̀-mͻ̀ˀͻ
11,000
ǹkὲrә̀ bya  200Ǹcùˀu ǹcә̀-bya 12,000
ǹkὲrә̀ tarә  300Ǹcùˀu ncә̀-nә̀bwùˀu
19,000
ǹkὲrә̀ nә̀kwà 400Ǹcùˀu mә̀ghәmә mәmbya       
20,000
ǹkὲrә̀ tanә̀ 500Ǹcùˀu mә̀ghәmә mentarә
30,000
ǹkὲrә̀ ǹtùu 600àbà mo’o
100,000
ǹkὲrә̀-sàmbâ 700ә̀bà bya 200,000
ǹkὲrә̀-nә̀fă 800ә̀bà tarә 300,000                
ǹkὲrә̀ nә̀bwùˀu 900Ə̀bà nǝ̀fa nǝ ŋkɛ̀rǝ tanǝ̀ nǝ mǝ̀ghǝmǝ mǝntarǝ nǝ ǹchǝ̀- nә̀bwùˀu
800,539
Ǹchùˀu 1000ә̀bà nә̀bwùˀu 900,000
Ǹchù’u nә ǹkὲrә̀ nә̀bwùˀu 1,900ǹkamә̀
1,000,000
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More On Wise Sayings In Nkwen

Boŋə ò ka kù’u bǔ ŋù tòŋə ò kàkə̌ ǹfὲ’ὲ njya zhì zhi.If you’ve never eaten achu’u with someone you’ll never know how he licks the soup. (If you’ve never lived with someone, you’ll never know his/her attitude.)

Wise Sayings in Nkwen Language part 3

1. Ŋùdàŋə tuŋə afəmə ŋùdàŋə̀ wu’usə mə̀gə̀’ə̀ mi.Someone is blowing the trumpet and another is raising the jaws. (Said when someone wants to take credits on the good acts of another.)
2. Bə kuu nkyi kǎ məkǔ nfǝ’ǝ.  Legs are not measured when entering water. (Meaning abilities are not the same. You do only what you are able to. You don’t need to compare yourself with others.)
3. Àghàngà̀ŋə̀ zu’u ngaŋə̀Only those who hear the language understand. (Said in a situation where only part of a gathering understands what is said. When a message is passed on in an idiomatic way that only particular people present could hear and understand.
5. Boŋə ò banǝ ntenə ò jwe nkwu.If you hate a living being, then you’ll bring forth a death one. (If you refuse the truth, that is the beginning of evil or you give rise to evil.
6. Əzduŋə nshye chya tsε’ε adaŋə adaŋə.Earthly things pass away. (Said in situations when generosity is expected or when someone refuses to be generous)
7. Ŋkyi luu a nə̀ awigə̀rə̂.It is the runoff that makes the river full. (Said when a crowd or a thing is needed as part of a situation just to make things move.)
8. Ə̀̀̀̀̀nywe bənkhə tsə be mbà’ambà’à.A young man’s cutlass is sharp only in the morning. (The young get discouraged easily)
9. Əbòŋnə bya-bya zoŋə a ndzèmə nzεrə.Babbling follows a thief. (If someone says so many things almost at the same time, then he/she is probably guilty.)
10. Ǹghə̀ kwo məmə tὲrə̀A calabash jar or wine gourd is broken inside the wine pot. (Said as a regret when something bad happens in a situation that blames cannot be laid on)
11. O dzwi afo nchə̀ o kə bəkwu nsəŋə.While on a battle front don’t count the dead. (If you’ve embarked in doing something, don’t give room to discouragement or allow difficulties to discourage you).
12. O təmə nna o zoŋə nə̀ aliŋə.If you’ve shot an animal, follow the blood. (If you have started something, continue till the end.)
13. Boŋə ntoŋə wwo tə lwε’ɛtə boŋə o bə lya ku ndyâ mə̀shà.If you have and appetizing throat, you will enter a cult. (If you are a power monger or long for wealth at all cause, you may frustrate your life by joining a cult before you know.)
14. Njwe laa mə̀nyù laa.As the day breaks, so do events. (As we live, so do we and things that surround us change.)
15. Azuŋə abàa wwò niŋə àkù zhə.Something is put into your bag by your legs. (If you have got a present somewhere you’ve been, it’s thanks to your legs that took you there.)
16. Bə bikakə ngwu məmə nkəmə nsəŋə.Fowls cannot be counted in a cage. (Said in connection to transparency when everybody needs to see what is presented.)
17. Ncu’u ətyə forə bə nkonə yε.What saves the rat is its tail. (When there is just a narrow space for one to use in order to escape danger. In a situation where you sense danger or when there is high possibility of danger, say this and leave)
18. Njwe afò bə̀zεrə bə njwe-la’à.A farm day for a thief is the country Sunday. (Meaning, a thief only goes on mission when he knows no one is there to see him/her)
19. Boŋə o kakə nkuŋə̀-tyə li’isə̀.You cannot fool a barber. (You can’t deceive someone who renders a more often service to you for you shall surely go back the him)
20. Nəwo nə ŋu fəmə kii zhə la zə ŋu nkabə kii be bâdaŋə.A poor man weeps for his dead but that of a reach man is mourned by others. (A poor person’s pain or difficulty is not the concern of many as compared to that of a rich or popular person.)
21. Aya afò məjyə nə ka nsaa.The way to a food crop farm is never too far. (We are never discouraged to go where there are rewards or benefits.)
 22. Əboo bə mbwo bikàke kù’ùtə̀.Fingers are not the same. (Meaning abilities are not the same. You do only what you are able to. You don’t need to compare yourself with others.)
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The /gh/ sound in Nkwen Language

The /gh/ sound in Nkwen Language is one of the double consonant sounds. In most cases it features at the initial and medial positions. Below are some words with the /gh/ sound followed by a short reading exercise.

GH  gh

ghәghanә →  a butterfly

ghә  →  to go

ghә̀rә → to do

ghaˀa  → big, plenty

ghòˀo  → to grind

ghàbә̀rә → talk off sense

ghantә  →  take a walk

àghònә  →  sickness

ghàrә̀  →  rowdiness

àghә̀mә̀  →  time

ghuˀusә  →  to honour

àghuˀusә̀  → honour

ŋ̀ghùˀùsә   →  worship

àghòˀò  →  stew

àghanә̀  → a visit

àghὲrә →  a jug

àghaˀà  →  a joke

ghàrә̀ngòˀo →  a scattered one

   Mә̀toŋtәnә̀

      Ǹgwinà bә ghàrә̀ngòˀo. À bàbә̀rә susu. À ghә̌ aghanә ŋ̀gà nә̀ghәmǝ a tyә ǹjwε, mboŋnә̌ ma atyә zhi gharәkә.  Mma yi a tә̀ә yi, la a loo ma àghaˀà. À bә lya ghә biˀi ǝghonә ma ǝ bikakә zhi bә.

Free Translation

Ngwina is a rough one. She is so scattered. She goes for a walk several times a day and talks rudely. She has not taken to her mother’s advice. Before she will realises, she must have been infected by a disease.

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The /i/ sound in Nkwen Language

The /i/ sound in Nkwen Language is a vowel. It is used in building most words as seen below.

I    i

biŋә  →  answer

biŋsә̂  → to ask

bìˀi  →  to carry

àbìˀì  → load

àdìˀi  → a place

àdì  → tragedy

àli  →  incense

ә̀lyi  →  soldier ants

mbyi  →  a goat

àliliŋә  →  a bat

àlìŋә̀  →  witchcraft

m̀mi  → the eyes

zǐ  →  to sweep

Bisә̂  → to smooth

  Mә̀toŋtәnә̀

 À kә̀ bә әzo, Binywε zǐ abî zhì ma ǝ̀lyi kә̀ kǔ wә. À kә̀ swiŋә ambwo moo yì Ǹgwà ŋgә a lo fәngwaŋә niŋә mәmә ŋkyì nfεˀεrә әlyi wu wә. Əlyi wu zә fәngwaŋә fya ŋkhә̀kә̀ wwa.

Free Translation

Binwie swept her compound that was invaded by soldier ants yesterday. She asked her son Ngwa to put salt in water and sprinkle on the soldier ants. The soldier ants saw the salt and ran away.

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Collective, Uncountable and Abstract Nouns in Nkwen Language

Collective Nouns

Ndurǝ-ǝdzuŋǝ̀

ǹkàa nyǔ  a swamp of bees

ǹgəŋə məmbǒ   a bunch of bananas

àtàrə nko’òndzə̀mə̀ – a herd of cattle

àtàrə̀ bəsəŋə    – a flock of birds

ǹno bə     –  a crowd of people

ǹgəŋə nəngùŋə   a bunch of  pantains

nə̀bəŋə nə ndə̀ŋə   a bunch of bamboos

àkà bəzɛ̀rə     a gang of thieves

nə̀bəŋə nə əbi       – a bundle of grass

àkwǒ ətǐ       a forest of trees

ákǝ̀ka’a mǝnjyǝ̌ – a big basket of groundnuts/peanuts

àbǎ njyǎ – a bag of vegetables

ǹkùŋǝ̀ mǝ̀lù’ù – a crate of beer

nǝ̀dzwa’a nǝ àdzò – a cluster of plums

àyɛ̌ mǝ̀mbǒ – a cluster of bananas

ǹgonǝ ǝlyi – a line of soldier ants

Nouns that don’t change forms in Plural

SingularPlural
ǹgwu    
fowl
 ǹgwu
fowls
ǹgwo 
dog   
ǹgwo
dogs
m̀byi   
goat   
m̀byi
goats
ǹkabè
money   

ǹkabǝ̀
money
ǝ̀lyi
soldier ant
ǝ̀lyi
soldier ants
Nouns that don’t change forms in Plural

Uncountable nouns
Ədzuŋǝ ma boŋǝ bǝ kàkǝ seŋǝ̀

ǹkyǐwater
fǝ̀li’ìsmoke
fə̀ngwaŋə̀salt
mə̀wurə̀oil
mə̀lù’ùwine
àliŋə̀blood
ǹgwàsaŋǝ̀corn
Uncountable nouns

Abstract nouns

Ədzuŋǝ ma bɔŋǝ bǝ kakǝ̌ zǝ̌ kǝ ŋa.

Mə̀luì        – anger
Mə̀lìŋnə̀  – sorrow
Mə̀chìi        – wisdom
Mə̀tenə̀     – power
Ǹjì           – hunger
àkwὲrəntiŋə̀ – perseverance
Nə̀bòŋə̀      – beauty

Abstract nouns

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Days of the week in Nkwen Language : Ǹjwe Məmə̀ Nghà

Ǹghà Mǝnkwenǝ̀ dzwi a nè Ǹjwe Nèfǎ. A week in Nkwen is made up of eight days.

Ǹjwe Nèfǎ Mǝmǝ̀ Ǹgha Mǝnkwenǝ: The Eight Days of the Nkwen Week.

1. Zә̀ntye  (big country Sunday)

2. Zә̀nkhalye

3. Zә̀lye

4. Zә̀nkhaka–Zә̌kǎ

5. Zә̀kǎ (small country Sunday)

6. Zә̀zǐ

7. Zә̀ngәfә̀kwènә

8. Zә̀nkhakâ– zә̀ntye

We have four days from the big Country Sunday to the small Country Sunday.We have four days from the small Country Sunday to the big Country Sunday.
1. Zә̀ntye    (big country Sunday)5. Zә̀kǎ
(small country Sunday)
2. Zә̀nkhalye6. Zә̀zǐ
3. Zә̀lye7. Zә̀ngәfә̀kwènә
4. Zǝ̀nkhaka–Zә̌kǎ8. Zә̀nkhakâ– zә̀ntye
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Adding Numbers In Columns; Place Value
Adding Numbers up to 20
Even and Odd numbers up to 20
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Months Of The Year in Nkwen Language: Bə̀ŋorə Bә ÀLùŋə̀

Bǝ̀ŋorǝ̀ ǹchǝ̀-bya mǝmǝ̀ alùŋǝ̀

Days of the week and months of the year song in Nkwen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXBTPJCtQLQ&list=PL_ihUsy6_PLKYRhQJ1B65SZ5XN1sLjNBk
Days of the week and months of the year in Nkwen

The 12 months of the year (With the revised alphabet)

1Ŋorә̀ ǸchyàmbìJanuary
2Ŋorә̀ Àbǝ̀bәFebruary
3Ŋorә̀ Ǹchǔmbә̀ŋә̀March
4Ŋorә̀ Àzhә̌April
5Ŋorә̀ Shә̌- ngwenә̀May
6Ŋorә̀ Ǹwùŋnә̀- àlùŋә̀June
7Ŋorә̀ Mә̀ghă or Ŋorә̀ Nә̀fùˀùJuly
8Ŋorә̀  Mәkû mә lùŋә̀ or Ŋorǝ̀ Alansә̌-mbә̀ŋә̀August
9Ŋorә̀ ǹtsǔsanәSeptember
10Ŋorә̀ ŋwàˀàsànәOctober
11Ŋorә̀-ŋgwenə
November
12 Ŋorә̀ krәsә̀menә̀ / ŋorə ǹlwìtə̀ December
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Prayer to the Blessed Trinity (The Glory Be) and the Act of Contrition in Nkwen Language

THE GLORY BE

Mә̀khu’utәnә̀ dzwi ambwo Әtàa, nә moo nә̀ Àzhwè zә Nwà’ànә.
Ma a bi ndzwi mәzhìtәnә̀, a kә ndzwi a tsәtsoŋәnә̀ wi, nә àghә̀mә̀ ntsә̀mә̀ nә mә̀dzwinә̀ muma mә lyә kә myè. Adzwilĭ.

ACT OF CONTRITION

Tsaa mәliŋnә (Sorry)
O NYwe wà, mә̀ tsàa mәlìŋnә̀, mbә’ә mә̀ ghә̀rә әbwu fә nnu wwò. Ò boŋә nchyàtә, kә wwo әbwu koŋә. Mә swa’à mәtènә̀, kә wa әbwu bùu ghә̀rә. Mә ghә̀rә ngә’ә nә ә̀bwu wa. Adzwilǐ.

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