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The Christmas Holiday Special edition of Yoruba101 is here. Select any of our special Holiday Characters to begin your Yoruba Language and Culture learning journey. Learn, Play and Unlock special Holiday Legends just for the season. Yorb101 now offers you the chance to become a Legend! It's simple. Learn the basics of Yorb Language using over a dozen lessons, Play Games to test your acquired knowledge and Unlock Legends with useful information to fill up your Gallery.Yorb101 is a fun, engaging and educative starter on Yorb; a rich language synonymous to a large section of people from West Africa to the Americas. With Yorb101, learn with either or both:- Lessons: interactive lessons with hundreds of words & sentences, multiple reading options, easy navigation, repeat, voice, text, graphics, tips.- Games: interesting games with performance trackers to monitor your progress.The choice is yours.Yorb101 assumes that the user has no prior understanding of the language and Culture.AppStore Reviews:"...Good for adults, as well as kids.""Good to finally see an app that's interactive and helps my kids learn the basics of Yoruba.""This game is very informative and educational. The practice games definitely help with reading and understanding the Yoruba language" - customer."This is a very nice and innovative way of teaching people their native language. This app is not just for kids. For someone who can't speak any native language, this has helped me to a significant degree. Looking forward to learning other languages. Well done!!" - UK Customer"Brilliantly awesome tool for getting the kids to learn Yoruba." - UK Customer"It sparks a yearning for learning new words and interests. My daughter introduced the app to her older cousin who is Jamaican and she also uses Yoruba words learnt to replace English where possible and impressed her grandad by reading and pronouncing the words correctly at age 7." - UK Customer