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Twi Grammar
Today’s lesson completes our series on Twi question words. We’ve, thus far, had a lesson each on the introduction, 4 ways to ask “what?” in Twi, how to ask “who?“, “whom?” and “whose?” in Twi, 2 ways to ask “why?”, “where?”, “which?”, and “when?” in Twi. In this final lesson, we are looking at how...
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The present lesson is the seventh in the series on Twi Question Words. Thus far, we’ve had a video each on the introduction, 4 ways to ask “what?” in Twi, how to ask “who?“, “whom?” and “whose?” in Twi, 2 ways to ask “why?”, “where?”, and “which?” in Twi. Today, we’re continuing the series with...
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Welcome to the sixth lesson in the series on Twi question words. Thus far, we’ve had a lesson each on: Introduction to Twi Question Words4 Ways to Ask “What?” in TwiWho? Whom? Whose? in Twi2 Ways to Ask “Why?” in Twi2 Ways to Ask “Where?” in Twi Today, we are following up with two ways...
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This is the fifth lesson in the series on Twi question words. Thus far, we’ve had a lesson each on the introduction, 4 ways to ask “what?” in Twi, how to ask “who?”, “whom?” and “whose?” in Twi, and 2 ways to ask “why?” in Twi. In today’s lesson, we are looking at two ways...
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Thus far in the TWI QUESTION WORDS series, we have looked at: Introduction to Twi Question Words4 Ways to Ask “What?” in TwiWho? Whom? Whose? in Twi The present lesson is the fourth in the series. We are looking at two ways to ask “Why?” in Twi. If you need help with pronunciation, please watch...
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Welcome to the third lesson in the Twi question words series. If you missed any of the previous two, please click on the respective link below to go check it out: Introduction to Twi Question Words4 Ways to Ask “What?” in Twi Today, we’re looking at the question words “who?”, “whom?”, and “whose?” in Twi....
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This is the second lesson in the series on Twi question words. The first lesson sought to introduce the concept of question words, and the two ways they can be used. If you missed that, I advise you check it out here before you take the present lesson. Today’s lesson takes a look at the...
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In order to be able to ask questions in Twi, you’ll need to, first, know your question words. Today’s lesson begins a series on Twi question words. I consider this series a very important one, and advise each learner to take all the lessons in the series seriously. Video Lesson Question words, as we have...
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Indefinite pronouns are those that do not refer to specific persons, things, or places. They are “indefinite” because, unlike the definite pronouns, they refer to general rather than specific entities. Indefinite pronouns in English include any, some, someone, somebody, anybody, everybody, everything, everyone, everywhere, somewhere, something… This lesson takes a look at the indefinite pronouns...
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In English, we can say: my cupyour cuphis/her cupits cup (whatever ‘it’ is referring to that could own a cup)our cupyour (plural) cuptheir cup It is this set of words, the ‘my’, ‘your’, ‘his/her’, ‘its’, ‘our’, ‘your’, and ‘their’ in the above, that we refer to as possessive adjectives. And, today, we are looking at...
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