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If you can READ this here above you may graduate!
HOW TO LEARN PIDGIN
This video is about 10 common Nigerian pidgin phrases you are going to hear often in Nigeria.
Iveoma 14 Jan 2019
1. How far? means Hi, Hello
2. I wan chop means I want to eat.
3. Dash me.. Gift me means give me freely
4. Wahala means problem. No wahala means no problem.
5. Mumu means stupid.
6. Oyinbo means white or foreigner.
7. Abi? means right.
8. Abeg means please.
9. Na Waoo means wow.
10. Waka means f you. It also means let's go.
It goes well for the UN diversity plan!
How did this astounding grammar twister pass without the usual spellcheck observation on BBC?
PLUS the BBC article is talking about education and schools... if you can get through the distorted grammar comprehension!
I heard England has gone rogue!
Dey vanto bee breythish bat nut oll dat breythish?