Ṣo tí gbọ́/Sho tí gbọ́- Meaning

Ṣo tí gbọ́ can also be written as Sho tí gbọ́. This is a question asked in Yorùbá Language.

What does Ṣo tí gbọ́ mean?

Ṣọ tí gbọ́/Sho tí gbọ́ means, “Have you heard?” Or, “Do you understand?”.

Sho tí gbọ́ is used to enquire from another person if they understand what is being said or if they have heard what has been said.

Example:

1. Tí o ba tí dé ọja, kí o pè mí.. ṣo tí gbọ́?

Meaning: When you get to the market, call me.. Have you heard?

Pronunciation of Ṣo tí gbọ́: show-tee-gbaw

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