This is part of an ongoing Practice Writing Igbo series where I am writing more in the Igbo language to improve my Igbo skills! I will be sharing some of my writing practice here in the blog to inspire you to write more Igbo. I include my mistakes because I want to show you that it’s okay to make mistakes and that you can actually learn from them overtime.

This month’s topic is talking about my thoughts on different colors: 

Gịnị mere e nwere ọtụtụ agba?

Amaghị m ihe mere, mana m na-eche banyere agba nke ukwu.

Ana m eche na ọ bu n’ihi na nka na-amasị m.

Ọ bụrụ na ị na-ajụ m na agba m na-amasị karịa agba ndị ọzọ, azịza m ga-agbanwe mgbe niile.

Ọtụtụ agba dị iche iche dị mma. Ụfọdụ agba naghị amasị m mgbe m bụ nwa, ha na-amasị m ugbua.

Na, e nwere otu agba na m masịbeghị na m bụrụ nwa, na ha naghị amasịkwa taa.

Do you understand what I wrote?

*Corrections to my Igbo are welcomed.*
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