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Twi Grammar
object pronouns in twi
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. This is the fourth (text) lesson in the series dealing with Twi pronouns. So far, we have looked at Twi pronouns in general, personal pronouns and subject pronouns. The present lesson explores the second type of...
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subject pronouns in twi
NOTE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. In our last lesson, we got to know that personal pronouns are a broad set of pronouns, encompassing subject and object pronouns. If you missed that lesson, please pause here, go to that lesson and make sure you...
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personal pronouns in twi
NOTE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. In our introductory lesson on Akan (Twi) Pronouns (Edinnsiananmu), we defined a pronoun as a word or phrase used in place of a noun or noun phrase, often because the referent of the noun or noun phrase has...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. This will be the last lesson that deals with the letters of the Akan (Twi) alphabet and their accompanying sounds. Our last lesson looked at the sounds that are formed by the combination of two vowel sounds in...
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twi diphthongs
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. From our last lesson, we got to know about a group of Twi sounds that are formed by the combination of two successive consonants (each). If you missed it, please click on Twi digraphs|Consonant Combinations to check it...
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twi digraphs
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. There are certain unique sounds in Twi whose pronunciation prove particularly difficult for non-natives and other late learners of the language. Knowing the right way of pronouncing these sounds will help speed up the learning process. I’m assuming...
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functions of twi nouns
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. Do you recall our lesson on Twi Nouns? If you don’t, you’re just a CLICK away from it. In that lesson, lesson 5 of the Akan Grammar course, we looked at the various types of Twi nouns and...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. In this lesson, we take a look at Twi interjections. Before we start, though, let me tell you a story; a true happening in Ghana which trended on various social media platforms for many months. I think it...
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the definite article in twi
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. This morning, I want us to quickly look at ‘no’. If you’ve been a regular reader of this blog, or you aren’t a complete beginner at learning Twi, you may be aware that the Twi word ‘no’ basically means ‘the’ – the definite...
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tone in akan, tone in twi
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. Before we begin this very important lesson, let me quickly say this: I cannot teach you, a language learner, how to vary your sound levels when speaking, at least not in a text lesson. That’s disappointing; I know....
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