LadyNaija just said:

My intertribal marriage is being rocked by the language issue

Intertribal marriage involves the union between people of different tribes, take, for instance, a Yoruba man tying the knot with an Igbo woman. Marriages like this promote more harmony between ethnic groups; however, in marriage conflicts are bound to ensue mainly due to the issue of 'language barrier'. 

A spouse who's Yoruba in the presence of his Igbo in-laws will feel left out and lost when they launch into their local dialect and so he gets home and takes his frustration out on his wife! There's no way to stop this from happening, can his in-laws be sanctioned from speaking their native dialect?! No! Any woman facing this situation would surely voice out to the world her frustrated feelings.

 If you find yourself in this situation you should follow these tips religiously. 

Limit the use of your local dialect while with your spouse 

Speaking in a language your man doesn't understand will make him pick on you incessantly, nothing irks people more than hearing people speak in a tongue they don't understand. It's very rude and frustrating. 

Provide interpretations

If it's extremely important you speak in your local dialect while with your in-laws then save yourself a scene with your spouse later by interpreting all you say, word for word!

Teach your partner your language

Yes, it will take perhaps forever but that will warm him to you and also get him off your case cos he knows soon enough he'll be able to understand every word you say.

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hormorlarthey Aug 15 2017

its true bcoz d same is happening to me

Ollygirl1919 Jun 21 2017

sweet idea

UPTOWNGIRL Jun 10 2017

Thanks,impressive

Chikki1997 Jun 05 2017

HAVE IT MIND DAT MARRIAGE SHOULD GO WITH TRUE LOVE THEN LANGUAGE SHOULDNT BE A BARRIER

bigben198080 Jun 02 2017

love is the key

akeem26 May 31 2017

if true love exist between you too language is not a barrier

ikechukwudon May 24 2017

U two had to hve understanding

Nomvelisosophaz May 23 2017

I dnt thnk is an issue as long u n ur partner understand each other

thaby1981 May 20 2017

why cant they all comnunicate in english when they are all together,

Moscoent May 19 2017

5 TBC FOR SELL

adagirl2000 May 19 2017

marry who u luv cus if u really luv who u got married to lang would nt bring disagreement to u.so ride on

Ezebouiz May 19 2017

hmmm nice topic, am yoruba ogun married to an igbo lady ebonyi afikpo for the past 10years plus, and it's been wonderful

Zamani832 May 19 2017

Clear conscience fears no accusation

Milliab2 May 19 2017

yeah true lang. barrier do cus conflict in som home.Bt patners shdnd take dat serious.

PurpleKush01 May 19 2017

Im Zulu My Man Is Hausa.

PurpleKush01 May 19 2017

Im Zulu My Man Is Hausa.

DarkPEARL May 19 2017

True hey, wanna learn Venda b4 I met one lol

Esthlobia May 19 2017

language shuld never be a problem in marriage.as lng as der is understanding

KAYCEE3808 May 19 2017

I beg 2 disagree geniuine LOVE knws no bound i cnt feel unsafe or uncomfortable hearing a dialect or language i cant speak

Galladine May 19 2017

nothing is impossible @what God has join together not even language can put.............