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We are living in a multifaceted, multicultural and multilingual world and, in order to be able to effectively communicate, we need to be able to understand each other. Learn to Count in Yoruba and English by Segilola Salami is a simple educational resource book ideal for children or anyone with an interest in learning to count in the Nigerian spoken language of Yoruba. In Learn to Count in Yoruba and English, you are given the word associated with each number from one to a hundred, using both English and Yoruba translations. You are not given the word pronunciation for the Yoruba translation. However, as a purchaser of Learn to Count in Yoruba and English, you will get information from Segilola for a resource that you can use to help make the enunciation in Yoruba. Learning a new language is a way to enrich your learning experience.
For me, Learn to Count in Yoruba and English by Segilola Salami was exciting because I'm always excited to learn something new. I know a few choice words in Yoruba, but this just added an element of intrigue for me. The added bonus of being a purchaser of Learn to Count in Yoruba and English is that you have access to a resource to help you enunciate the words in Yoruba. Segilola also gives you other number sequences to learn about and explore. Want to expand your vocabulary? Begin with Learn to Count in Yoruba and English by Segilola Salami.