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Twi Vocabulary
In today’s vocabulary lesson, you’ll learn to count days in Twi. You’ll learn to count from one to ten days in Twi. In the embedded video lesson below, I go a step further to show you a pattern that will help you to remember the list easily. Video Lesson How to Count Days in Twi...
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We have, in a previous lesson, looked at some cute terms that you can use to call the people that you love. While I did not set out to compile a list that targeted mainly at the female gender in that lesson, it pretty much came out as such. If you missed that lesson, please...
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What are some of the cute names you use to call your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife? Sweetheart? Darling? Honey? Babe? Sweetie pie? These are all nice names that could make your partner feel special. In today’s lesson, you’ll learn about some cute names in Twi that you can use to call your better half....
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We will be looking at ways to ask and give directions in Twi much later under the Common Twi Expressions series. And, to prepare you for those lessons, the present lesson seeks to introduce you to some directional vocabulary items that we will be using. If you need help with the pronunciations of the items...
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Human sounds in Twi, human sounds in Akan
We looked at the Twi names of some occupations in our last lesson. I am hoping you have familiarised yourself with all those occupational terms. Would you be able to tell from memory what the Twi name of a doctor is? How about a driver? A blacksmith? Good! Let’s follow up on that lesson with...
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occupations in twi
What is your occupation? Or, what are you training to become in the future? A doctor? A driver? A lawyer? A journalist? Or, a teacher like myself? In today’s lesson, we’re taking a look at the Twi names of these and other occupations. Please be sure to subscribe to the site to be notified when...
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percentages in Twi
One of the most important vocabulary topics we’ve treated so far has been the one on numbers. The ability to count in any language being learnt is undoubtedly key to a learner’s overall success. It forms a basis for other numerical lessons such as how to tell the time, reading sums of money, fractions, calling...
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twi terms for human excrement and ecretions
I’m hoping you’ve had your breakfast by now. If you haven’t, you may want to pause here and do so before proceeding with the present lesson. If you have, please indulge me as I take you through a rather unpleasant topic. Today, we are looking at the Twi names of some waste matter expelled from...
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twi emotions
Anger, love, hatred, selfishness, pride, pity, shame, envy, etc. Let’s take a quick look at the Twi names for these and other emotions in our twentieth vocabulary lesson. In our previous lesson, we explored the Twi names of some basic shapes. You may check that lesson out here. We begin. Video Lesson  States, Feelings,...
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twi names of some basic shapes
Did you miss our last vocabulary lesson? In that lesson, we listed some Twi words that were borrowed from the English language. If you missed it, you may click here to check it out. Today, we are looking at some basic shapes and their respective Twi names. For instance, what is the Twi name for...
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