This book is specially written for new learners of Esan Language in the formal school system, ranging from the kindergarten class to primary one. It is also for other beginners of the language. The book has been arranged in such a way as to reveal the names of things in various facets of life. Chapter one, deals with different parts of the human body. In chapters 2 and 3 the house and its environment is focused upon. In chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, attention is paid to things found in the market, outside environment, farm, bush, school and river. Chapter 10 shows things found in Onojie’s palace. Esan Abidi is analysed in various forms in Chapters 11 to 14.
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