Nkwen Language Lessons Audio And Video Playlists

Nkwen Language Audios And Videos Nkwen language handbook Playlist on Youtube here. Nkwen Language Lessons Playlist on Youtube here. Video […]

Talking in Nkwen Language – Mǝ̀bòŋnǝ̀nǝ̀

Talking in Nkwen Language

Nkwen Language Counting 1 – 1000 Mǝ̀seŋtǝnǝ̀

Numbers from 1 to 1000

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Story of The Honest Princess And Why The Cock Has No Teeth

Every culture has its own folklore, which is shared as a means of entertainment, education, culture preservation or instillation of moral values. Stories give emotional glue that connects the audience to the message. Information presentation should be constructed around a story. Stories reshape knowledge into something meaningful. Stories are motivating. Stories make people care and transcend one’s current environment. All these make stories very important in the teaching/learning process. Let’s listen to these two stories.

The Nkwen Traditional Anthem

The Nkwen Traditional Anthem. “M̀BANƏ̀” is the Traditional Anthem of the Nkwen People. It is a typical song of the people with origin from our forefathers. It is a symbol of peace, progress and unity. According to our forefathers and from a research by the Nkwen Language Committee, this song signifies three things when sung. 1) Calling on blessings upon the Land. 2) Calling on blessings upon Married Women to remain healthy and fruitful in their marriages. 3) Asking for peace, unity, understanding and progress in any gathering. Thus, it is an obligation for any son or daughter of the Nkwen Fondom to Master and sing it correctly. This video would be of great help to the people of Nkwen and also an attempt to preserve the M̀BANƏ̀.

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Long Division With And Without Remainder

This lesson is aimed at helping those pupils who, after passing through level one (Primary 1 and 2) reach levels two and three (Primary 3 – 6) without knowing how to solve a simple equation in Mathematics. This makes them fail their exams, not because they are dull. Some teachers also hurriedly teach Mathematics without taking into consideration some basic principles. This class of pupils is merely slow to understand and needs gradual guidance to calculation. This blog answers the difficulties faced by these pupils at all levels. Parents and teachers are advised to use this book for a better result in the performance of the Slow Learners.

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Sensitization on Covid 19 in Nkwen

Coronavirus, also called COVID-19, is a new illness that started in China last year. It has spread to all countries […]

Nkwen Language Speaking online Part 3 – Parts of the Body and some Sentence Patterns on Nouns

Oral work on Nkwen Language

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Numbers in Nkwen Language

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

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