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I feel so cut-off from my culture and am tired of being laughed at for not speaking/understanding and feel like crying everyday. Fulani is not a famous Stepping Into My June Birthday Like A Boss June 5th Shirt , it differs by regions (the guinea one is not like the mali one for example) and the ressources to learn the language are practically non-existent. Why do some parents not take the time to just speak their native language to their children ? It trails the child forever, and he forever feels cut off from conversations, jokes, and so much more. Yes you can learn it on your own, but it requires much more effort, and you never understand it as instinctually as the languages you’ve learnt as a child.