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In all, I have them in 6 number.:relaxed:

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Both Locals;

English,

Arabic,

Hausa, 

Nupe, 

Yoruba,

Ebira.

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Lone survivor,

Baby Driver,

Kingsmen,

Fast and Furious (1-7),

Black Hawk Down,

Peter Rabbit... Etc.


There's a whole lot you see!

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Well I've only lived in Nigeria, came close to Ghana but then that's it.


Just one... Nigeria! 

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April!


That's when I get to celebrate my birthday and receive lots of love; real and fake, and then comes the texts and follows the gifts. 

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Well, for everyone I believe would say investment comes in first, but in what particularly?


If you ask me... I do not know yet either, lol


When the money hits my account? Then every little thing will fall in place.

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I'm pretty passionate about a lot of things. Say helping people, I write sometimes, about love too... And a whole lot more:wink:

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Two books at a time yeah, I know!

But I sortsorta like the combination. Let's just say "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" builds the idea and potentials, then "The Rules of Management" manages them all; The ideas and pretty much everything that comes with it.


Two great books I'll suggest to anyone at anytime. All just depends on what exactly you want to learn from any part of it.

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Mmmm let's see... Internet surfing does alot of good, I do that virtually everyday. I like to learn too, new stuffs everyday. And most recently I developed interest in books. I'm half way with "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and about half with "The Rules of Management"

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How about we bounce into locals. I'm from Nigeria, the northern region particularly, and I most recently heard this beautiful song named "Love" by "Ali Jita".


Mehn! It's been on replay all day.

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:male-detective::man_in_business_suit_levitating:

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So anything particularly that interests you at the moment? 

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Hi there Lily, nice to have you around.

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Or you could go with "Designated Survivor ".


More of politics and it's games. But you learn stuffs too, that applies to daily living.


There's always a POLITICS in every relationship and everything.:wink:

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Tried "The Night of"?


Law and Order sort of, crime investigation, interesting, and good for legal practitioners too.

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Hey everyone, need assistance. 

I looked all around but I am yet to find an Arabic teacher. My search result only displays 2 teachers on this forum.


Correct?

Or am I missing something out?

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Hausa! 

Reason being that it is the second most spoken language in Nigeria after English.

It is spoken in most northern homes, and even B4 you begun to attend school, it is the language you first communicate with. 

It was easy because everyone around spoke it even in their homes.

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And the language I'm learning at the moment (Arabic) is an Internationally recognised language, and it's just as beautiful as it sounds. ☺

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My native language or tribe is what I'll like to call a Non-Internationally recognised language. It has limitations of being known and understood mostly around the Northern part of Nigeria. 

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Arabic is a great one, I'd love to learn more of that too 

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I'm trying to learn Arabic, as I am a Muslim it is essential, and I find it interesting to speak. 

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