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Á̱ tyia̱ ang ma̱aba̱n/a̱la̱baa! Welcome!
TUTU MYIAM A̱LYEM TYAP NZI̱T HUHWA HU This is our Tyap Language learning class
Tyiang a̱toot shi a̱byin Naijeriya (Flag of Nigeria)
Head, Nok culture, terracotta, Honolulu Museum of Arts
(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 | edit source]

  • 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)
    • Vocabulary
    • Articles
    • Nouns
    • Pronouns
    • Verbs
    • Adverbs
    • Adjectives
    • Prepositions
    • Conjunctions
    • Interjections

Introduction to Tyap (Á̱son a̱lyiat ma̱ Tyap)[edit | edit source]

Lessons (Tyiet)[edit | edit source]

Grammar (A̱gi̱rama)[edit | edit source]

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