Holiday Gift Guide for Igbo Language Learners

The holidays are coming up, and it’s easy to let your Igbo studies slip while you are busy preparing to spend time with family and friends.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can find time to practice your Igbo while relaxing during your upcoming holiday vacation.

One way is to invest in some new Igbo learning material and inspiring Igbo products to get you in the mood to study.

Why not add some Igbo related gifts to your Christmas or holiday list? This can be a great way for your family members to support you with your language learning goals.  (And it’s also a great way to support someone you love that is trying to learn Igbo with their language learning goals too!)


Top Social Media Accounts for Learning Igbo

The rise of Igbo language learning social media accounts has exploded over the past few years! Whether you are a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube junkie, there is something for you on this page to add more Igbo to your feed! As I always say, we spend all day on social media anyway….we might as well do something productive and squeeze in some Igbo learning time as we scroll with our thumbs.

Last Updated: September 24, 2018

Why I’m Glad I Waited Until My 30s to Learn Igbo

When I was 28, I made a New Years resolution that I will be fluent in Igbo by 30. I gave myself two years to reach this goal just to be safe.

I’m 30 now and I can’t speak Igbo. Well, actually, that’s not exactly true. A na m asụ ntakiri Igbo. A na m amụta!  (“I can speak a little Igbo. I’m learning!”)

I’m just not fluent … yet.

Why did I not take this goal seriously for two years until now?

Something about turning 30 made me finally take this goal seriously. What was it about turning 30 exactly?