Ghirmawi wrote:Tigringa is born in Geez, grew up in Eritrea, died in Adwa and burried in Tembien! I am sure an ag9ame cannot understand a single word this father is talking, let alone grasping the content of it. When i was a kid, I frequently used to visit "adi" with my grandma. Her house is just infront of the village's church. Right between her "Hidmo" and the church was this big tree "DaEro", surounded by stones. Every time i go to Adi, my favorate thing to do was to sit at one of those stones and listen the "Shimagile Adi" discuss issues important to the adminstration of their village. I would never get tired or bored. Their speech were like a music to my ears. I have learned a great deal without knowing it. Although I was born and grew up in Asmara, my Tigringa is- compared to my childhood friends- so advanced. Those village lectures i was occassionaly exposed to had a great influence in my ability to master the language to a certain level. My dream is to write a book on Tigringa language. As a matter of fact, all Eri youngsters have a great responsibility to maintain the advancement of the language. After all, it is our own language. We are its masters.
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