100 Oromo Words For Kids

Author: A Jamal
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Satisfy the curiosity of your little ones and expose them to the Oromo culture with this book. They will learn Oromo words such as different kinds of animals, colors, household items, numbers, and more through fun pictures. Using our simple words and picture guide, you can easily teach them to pronounce Oromo words quickly. Soon they will recognize the pictures and start speaking the Oromo language.
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Satisfy the curiosity of your little ones and expose them to the Oromo culture with this book. They will learn Oromo words such as different kinds of animals, colors, household items, numbers, and more through fun pictures. Using our simple words and picture guide, you can easily teach them to
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