Question: What does ABEG mean in Nigerian?

Abeg. This simply means Please. You could say, Abeg come chop food which is an invitation to a meal. It means Please, come and join me.

Why do Africans say ABEG?

Most often used as part of a request like “please could you let me pass”. Abeg, can also be used to express incredulity.

How do u say my love in Nigerian?

1:166:28How to Say I Love You in Yorùbá Language - YouTubeYouTube

How do u say thank you in Nigerian?

E se/o se: Thank you The Yoruba people of north-western and central Nigeria are known for being firm believers in upholding manners and etiquette.

What are the characteristics of Nigerian English?

The semantic components of Nigerian English consist of semantic extension, semantic narrowing, semantic shift, semantic reduplication, and coinage of new words with entirely new meanings (neologisms), the Nigerianization of idioms and proverbs, ambiguity resulting from omission of articles among other semantic issues.

How do you say you are beautiful in eastern Nigeria?

Kyau mutum / kyakkyawan yarinya (“handsome / beautiful”) If you need to express to someone how good they look, ”kyau mutum” means handsome and “kyakkyawan yarinya” means beautiful.

What are the types of Nigerian English?

The three major languages have in the literatures of Nigerian English earned the nomenclatures of Hausa English, Igbo English and Yoruba English as the sub- varieties of the Ninglish (Udofot, 2004). The highest level in the pyramid of Nigerian English therefore is occupied by the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba English.

What is you look beautiful in Nigerian?

lẹwa/arewa Okurun: Beautiful/handsome The Nigerian people are friendly and commonly mix compliments into conversation.

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