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06:39 Jan 23, 2001
Yoruba to English translations [Non-PRO]
Yoruba term or phrase:mo ri letter yin
Eku ijo meta.mo ro wipe ema pemi ni eko kin to
kuro ni.E seun ojo si.Mo ti kowe si omo yen.Oun na ti
gbiyanju laati baa mi wa bi ma se gba visa.Oun so
nipa school kan, sugbon o so wipe mo ni lati san
1200pounds lati wo school na.O ma tun so fun yin nipa
school naa. Omo naa gbiyanju funmi gan ni Mo si feran
Eseun gi di gan ni.Ele so fun ko baa yin create
addresss lo ri internet ti ma fi ma ko iwe si yin.
The explation shows the translation of the Yoruba Text. This slot wasn't spacious enough.
Explanation: Good morning,
it's been a while or it's been a few days (this is a greeting for someone you haven't seen/heard from in a few days) I thought you were going to call me before I left Lagos. I've written a letter to that person. He/she has also tried in several ways to see how I can obtain a visa. He/She talked about a certain school, but told me I'd need 1200 pounds in order to enroll. He/She will talk to you more about this school. This person was very helful by trying his/her very best for me and I really like him/her.
Thank you so much. You can tell him/her(the person who has been helping out)to create an email address for you on the internet so that I'll be able to send you letters (via email)
We are all okay and doing great(we are all in good health)Thank you