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Afrikaans. English/Bermudian English. dankie = thank you. English/Stralian. dunny = toilet. New Zealand English. lekker plak = happy. England. Jandels – flip flops. g’day = hello. English/Cockney. Zulu. Bermuda. fish and chips = ‘fush and chups’. fair dinkum = true.

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English

Afrikaans

English/Bermudian English

dankie = thank you

English/Stralian

dunny = toilet

New Zealand English

lekker plak = happy

England

Jandels – flip flops

g’day = hello

English/Cockney

Zulu

Bermuda

fish and chips = ‘fush and chups’

fair dinkum = true

English/Bermudian English

hello = sawubona

six = pr. sex

bludger = layabout

Nigeria

Yorùbá/English

Kunjani = how are you

Australia

New Zealand Maori

South Africa

English/Stralian

South African English

English/Afrikaans/ Zulu

New Zealand

kia ora = hello

English/Maori

thongs = flip-flops

bakkie - small truck

singlet = vest

Aotearoa = New Zealand = land of the long white cloud

oak - man

pakeha = white man

England .. Nigeria ..Bermuda .. Australia ..New Zealand .. South Africa

A 5 minute presentation of my personal language history.

Student’s name


English

The Yoruba language originates from Oyo in SW Nigeria

Nigeria

Yoruba

also spoken: Benin, Togo, Sierra Leone, Puerto Rico and Trinidad

estimate: 20 million speakers worldwide (Ufomata, 1986)


English

.

Fo(high)wash

Fo (low)smash

the dishes

.

“Kabo”(high, low) “welcome”

Dundun - Talking Drum

Yorùbá is a tonal language


English

Standard English and Yoruba

separate letter

The Yorùbá Alphabet (Álífáb́ẹ̀ẹtì Yorùbá)

Script

c q v x z

c = k or s

conveys anxiety

The English Alphabet

Aa Bb CcDd Ee Ff Gg Hz Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp

Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

.

mo lo (yesterday I go)

Similarities and differences

EnglishYoruba

know, gnome

g, gb, kp (back pay)

Phonology/Phonetics

the word I bo has a silent ‘g’

g

Syntax

I don’t know what I will do withthismy stubborn brother

stop the noise

ye pariwo

Word Classes

3rd per gender him, her, it

o

they love each other

they love themselves

Semantics/Pragmatics

yesterday I went


English

A 5 minute presentation of my personal language history.

Thank You and Odabo


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