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 this world/nature:
Okike bụ onyinye Chineke. Achọrọ m ikele Ya maka na-omere ụwa ọma a.
Ọ bụ ezie na ahụhụ, anụmanụ ọhịa, na ihu igwe ọjọọ anaghị amasị m, a mara na m na onwere ihe ojiri mee ihe niile ndị a.
Ọ dika ịhụ egwurugwu mgbe oke ifufe gachara.
Enwere ọtụtụ ihe na-amasị m n’ezi.
(Note: The longer version of this blog is inside the Nzukọ membership!)
Do you understand what I wrote?
*Corrections to my Igbo are welcomed.*
Note: Members of my Nzukọ Igbo Study Group, please log in to your account here to get an additional bonus material of my Igbo writing practice about the environment in the Igbo language. I include a longer version of this writing prompt that’s edited by a native speaker so you can learn from my mistakes and the English translations in the Igbo Writing Prompts course. I also provide additional writing prompt topics to give you ideas on topics that you can write about in Igbo and an online forum where you can practice writing Igbo with me.
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