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Title: Yoruba: A Grammar Sketch
Authors: Adesola, Oluseye
Keywords: Yoruba - Grammar
Niger-Congo Languages
African Languages
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Yoruba is a Benue-Congo language spoken mainly in Nigeria by about 30 million native speakers. It is spoken in the western states of Nigeria. Its loan words are mostly from Arabic, English, Hausa and Igbo languages. Its dialects include: Egba,Ijebu, Oyo/Ibadan, Ekiti, Igbomina, Ijesa, Ikale, Ife and Onko.
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