Monday, July 25, 2011

SugaBelly's Language Challenge

  SugaBelly's Language Challenge by Mwajim Al 

I did say I wanted to do this. *warning - I didn't really know what to say, and I'm out of practice* - *hides face* - Enjoy!

Here is the transcript: 

Usa ma giri mjir na. Thimi aha blogsphere ni mwajim. E kwa Bura, kwa Adamawa State a ha Nigeria. Da ya ya ra azi amma e hara makarantar na ah primary ka sekandary aha vi. E sinda ga di taba gati yare na wa, kuma ya bara ke mji sinda arewa a nijeriya adi baushe kowe wa. Mbur ka yare yare hana kuma shang a buru ka lokto da na hara sur da – adi duku wa. Kuma kullini yaddi sinda sur ya gari wa… so ya za giri. Sai danzi.



Hello my people. My name in the blogsphere is Mwajim. I’m a Bura girl from Adamawa State in Nigeria. I was born here in the United States and did my primary and secondary school at home. I know you have never heard this language before, and I want you all to know what the north of Nigeria isn’t all Hausas (*gasp*, no this was not in Bura). There are different languages, and everyone has a way of doing their thing. And now I don’t know what else to talk about, so I’ll leave you. Later.


14 comments:

  1. Coolest language i've heard so far and your voice is so sonorous or is it melodious. I'm so jealous. I want to learn to speak like that :)

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  2. awww
    amazing
    i didnt know there were other languages apart from hausa and fulani X_X
    thank God for this challenge
    What do u mean you did you primary and secondary at home? as in in Nigeria?

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  3. This sounds a lot like Hausa!
    I've heard someone speak Bura once but the person had more hausa words in there than the actual language.
    And I agree with Sting, your voice is very melodious, wish your audio post was longer :)

    Sai danzi

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  4. haha yah a lot of people dilute it, i tend to do it at times. lol. thanks :) I couldn't think of what more to say though :( Where have you lived?

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  5. Yup, in Nigeria. Thanks :D

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  6. Wow! I love this! I so wish I could speak this language. It sounds so natural and uninhibited. Does that make sense? I'll be back to listen to more! Blessings!

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  7. OMG you sound so beautiful! love it!!!

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  8. Mwajim Al.. I am just loling. Ur mic sounds you like you're on a news broadcast on Radio Nigeria. haha. And were just 'accenting' your mother tongue? Wait, did I hear "so ya?" hahaha

    SO whats the language called? lol

    - LDP

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  9. Lovely! Never heard of Bura! Love the recording too!

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  10. lol... if you heard 'so ya', then you did. I am so out of practice, it doesn't help that there aren't a lot of Buras around me :( (like none lol). Lmao, i do sound like i am on a news broadcast at home ooo... hummm now u r giving me ideas.

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  11. Now you have :D Thanks! Its a language in Adamawa and Borno states of Nigeria.

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