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Twi Vocabulary
twi words borrowed from English
Akan (Twi) has had to steal… borrow words from the English language for years. But I guess this isn’t something that’s unheard of. The English language itself from which Akan borrows some of its words is made of a ton of loanwords from different foreign languages. In today’s lesson, I list a number of Twi...
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twi personal pronoun list
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. I welcome you to our very first vocabulary lesson at LearnAkan.Com. The lesson lists all the subject and object pronouns we have in Twi. Before we proceed, it is worth noting that this is only a vocabulary lesson and,...
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months of the year in twi
NOTE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. In our second vocabulary lesson, we looked at the days of the week in Twi. Today, we are looking at the months of the year. Please don’t forget to share and subscribe to the website after...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. Whichever language(s) you speak, I’m sure you know quite a handful of its two-letter words. In English, for example, we have an, am, is, go, to, be, do, and a host of other two-letter words with complete, independent...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. In the lesson on Twi Antonyms, I advised that you try to find antonyms and synonyms of each new Twi word you learn. Doing so, I believe, will help you expand your vocabulary, consequently helping you to speed...
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antonyms in twi
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. In our last lesson under the Twi vocabulary module, we looked at the Twi names of some common tools and equipment. If you missed it, you may click on Twi Names of Some Tools and Equipment to check...
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ghanaian dishes
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. Following from our lesson on Foods (Nnuane), the present lesson lists a number of Ghanaian dishes that you’re likely going to try if you visit the motherland. tuo zaafi kelewele koko (porridge) koose banku bayerɛ a yɛakye (fried...
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Twi Names of Tools and Equipment
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. Thanks to other lessons, I’m sure you can now tell the time and have also added up to your lexicon a number of time/period expressions in Twi. Now, let’s move away from the time-related topics to a different thematic...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. By the end of today’s lesson, you will know how to say the various times of day in Twi. You will be able to say, for example, “dawn”, “morning”, “afternoon”, “evening”… in Twi. If you are yet to...
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Twi Names of Some Domestic Items
UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. The present lesson, lesson 12 of the Twi vocabulary course, lists the Twi names of a number of household items and related terms. In our last vocabulary lesson, we looked at some family and relationship terms in Twi....
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