Èdè Yorùbá pẹ̀lú Mr Ige

Yoruba Language with Mr Ige

Weekly Classes, Weekly Assignments

Dear Students,

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What Are We Doing This Week?

Keyboard and Mouse


Black and White Portrait

AM, London

Bro, just wanted to thank you once again. 


My grandma was almost in tears the other day when I was conversing with her in Yoruba. My Mum is also super impressed!! 


As a teacher myself, I know it’s not easy lol

Portrait of a Confident Woman

JAA, London

Thank you so much for these, and for the lessons. They were greatly appreciated and I think you are a really good teacher. I didn’t know any Yoruba at all before, not even fully how to pronounce my own surname! So your lessons have given me a good foundation and have helped me learn more about the language itself too. 



6:30pm - Beginner Classes



6:30pm - Intermediate Classes



1:00pm - Occasional Catch-up Classes

Image by Adeolu Eletu


I was born and raised in London and learnt Yoruba through being nosy and resourceful. When the elders were talking, I would ask for the meanings of terms and phrases mid-sentence. I soon learnt the etiquette  of  waiting until the visitors had left or at least finished their sentence before butting in. I loved Yoruba, and early 2019 I started teaching it. It has been an amazing experience so far and look forward to teaching you and supporting your  development. I am a young(wish) 28 year old Yoruba teacher; I do not teach anyone that doesn't want to learn, I come with banter ( so come with a sense of humour plix) and we are here to learn in a safe and friendly environment.