When i begin to list or number the grammatical blunders we make on a daily in the part of the country i grew up, you would realize that they are much, as much as the sands of the sea.
In the part of the country I grew up in, making grammatical blunder has become a norm.You would hear most people, even the so called "learned ones" make grammatical blunders.
Stop calling it Udara or Agbalumo, here is the correct English name: It is known by various names but it's popularly known as Agbalumo by the Yorubas and Udara among the Igbos.
Udara or Agbalumo as it is Popularly known as is a common African fruit.The English name is African Stars fruit.It is no doubt very rampant this season.It is a widely enjoyed fruit in almost all tribes in Nigeria and in Africa generally.
African Star Apple otherwise called Udara in the Igbo Speaking Territories of Nigeria, Agbalumo in Yoruba and Chiwo in Hausa is an invaluable fruit in Nigeria.It id a seasonal fruit that is hugely consumed by African countries including Nigeria.
I've been in Igboland for quite some time.All this while I'm yet to get a definite answer as to why most food crops grown in the East are more expensive than the ones imported from other regions in Nigeria.
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I guess it's always a very beautiful and refreshing moment whenever we take a break from whatever we are doing to rest at home.
There are sure culmination and presents supplied for us through nature that we've all given nearby or indigenous call unaware of their actual names.
While many of us were growing up, we made a lot of grammatical errors and made mistakes on some names.Even the people we grew up to know are intelligent also made some grammatical blunders.Many of our parents did not go to higher institution, so because of that they did not get to teach us the real names of somethings that surrounds us and when many kids got into school they never bothered to learn the real names and pronunciations on their own.
Chrysophyllum albidum (African Star Apple) A walk round the market yesterday, I observed that it' s the season of this wonderful fruit called Africa Star Apple which is commonly known as Agbalumo by the yorubas, Udara by the Igbos and agbaluma by the Hausas in the northern part of Nigeria. But
An Exposé On The African Star Apple (Udara), It's 3 Health Benefits, And Why You Should Eat It Daily
When most people think of Christmas, the likely food or fruit that comes to their head after Party rice and chicken, is usually the African Star apple, popularly known as Udara, or Agbalumo.
it is popularly known as udara in igbo agbalumo in yoruba and otien in edo while many discover the taste unpleasant some locate the sticky nature of the inner pulp of the fruit unappealing the fitness benefits of cherry are what make it tough to ignore compared with other fruits
Making grammatical errors has become the standard in the part of the world where I grew up.Most people, including so-called "learned" people, make grammatical errors.Much of these grammatical errors, in my opinion, are caused by the fact that these people have only learned the incorrect pronunciation of words and have never considered doing their own research to determine whether or not these words are correct.
African Cherry (African Star Apple) is called Agbalumo by the Yorubas, and the Igbos call it Udara. It is botanically called Chrysophyllum albidum. This African star apple is both delicious and low in calories, making it a power-packed favourite. African Cherry is a seasonal fruit that is attractive, has a sweet taste, and above all it is enriched with nutrients and various health benefits.
African Star Apple (Chrysophyllum albidum) which is also known as cherry is a common fruit in Nigeria, it is called udara in Igbo.African star apple has about 4 to 6 seeds in it.
The African star apple is a local fruit commonly known as African Cherry. It is botanically called [chrysophyllum albidum]. It is called Agbalumo in Yoruba language, Agbaluma in the Northern parts of Nigeria and Udara in the Eastern parts of Nigeria. It is an exotic fruit which has an edible skin and a tender, sweet inner flesh with seeds.
In Nigeria, Yorubas call it Agbalumo, Igbos call it Udara while the Hausas and fulanis call it Agbaluma.
Amongst the yoruba of NIGERIA, it is called Agbalumo while it is called Udara in the eastern and southern parts of Nigeria, and in the northern (Hausa-Fulani) Part of Nigeria popularly known as Agbaluma .
African star apple also known as udara is a seasonal fruit which can be enjoyed at will, this fruit is famous because of it's sweet taste.
Africa star apple is a fruit native to West Africa, with a distinctive sweet and tart orange flesh, when ripe.It goes by a few names in Nigeria, and across Western Africa; Udara, Agbalumo, Udala.The fruit also possesses a cluster of about 5 large seeds stuck together in the shape of a star.