معرفی Enoch Aboh، سخنران Gungbe

 
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My name is Enoch Aboh. I'm a speaker of Gungbe. Gungbe is a bay language of
the Kwe family of Niger Congo. It is spoken in Benin,
in the southern part of Benin. In a town which is actually also
the capital of Benin, but has three names. One in Gungbe which is Hogbonou. The other one in Yoruba
which is Adjace and the third one in Portuguese
which is Porto-Novo. It's a tone language, in the sense
that it makes distinction between, for example, To(^) which is ear,
and To(v) which is country. In addition to Gungbe I speak, French,
I consider myself as a bilingual, because I picked up French at home and
also at school. I also speak English,
which I learned in school. I learned a little bit of Spanish, so
that's for let's say the Romance and Germanic languages. But Gunbe itself is what I call my
father's tongue because it's not my mother tongue. It's the language of
my father's community. And my mother's community is Ganbe,
which is related to Everbay and from the power of what we call
the western bay languages. Kumbe is also spoken in Badagry,
Nigeria and also Lagos in Nigeria. I think there are about one million people
will speak this language in this area.

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