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|TUTU MYIAM A̱LYEM TYAP NZI̱T HUHWA HU||This is our Tyap Language learning class|
Tyap(natively: A̱lyem Tyap; exonym: Katab, Kataf) is a Platoid, Benue-Congo, Niger-Congo language of seven main dialects (Fantswam, Gworok, Maba̱ta̱do/Tyap proper, Sholyio, Takad, Tyeca̱rak and Tyuku; with an eighth, Jju – having a different language code but closely related to the Tyap dialects) spoken by a population of over 250,000 in central Nigeria, in an area where the Nok culture (c. BC 1,500 – 500 AD) flourished.
Table of contents (A̱tyii nkyangmami)Edit
- Introduction to Tyap (Á̱son a̱lyiat ma̱ Tyap)
- Tyap alphabet
- Tyap numbering system
- Cardinal numbers
- Ordinal numbers
- Numbers according to frequency of occurrence
- Lessons (Tyiet)
- Lesson 1: Tyiet 1 (Salutations: Byat)
- Lesson 2: Tyiet 2 = Introducing yourself (What is your name?)
- Lesson 3: Tyiet 3 = Introducing yourself (Where do you live?)
- Grammar (A̱gi̱rama)