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Twi Q & A
twi akan q&a
Akan asuafoɔ, mekyea mo nyinaa (Akan learners, I greet you all). Megyedi sɛ obiara ho yɛ (I believe/hope everyone is well). Me nso me ho yɛ pa ara (I am also very well). I welcome you to another Q & A session, here on LearnAkan.Com. Last week, I received a very interesting question and, in this post, I...
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NOTE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. My cherished Akan learners, I welcome you to yet another Twi Q & A session. Under the Twi Q & A series, I attempt addressing questions that I receive from learners like yourself. If you have...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. One of the sentential examples I used to explain the use of ‘no’ in The Use of ‘no’ in Twi was: sɛ ɔda mpa no so oo, kɛtɛ no so oo, ɛmfa me ho (whether he/she sleeps on the...
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UPDATE: We have a new YouTube channel. Please CLICK HERE to visit and subscribe to it for video lessons. Twi Asuafoɔ, mema mo nyinaa akye (Twi learners, Good morning to you all). I receive lots of questions on daily basis. Whereas some of these questions seek clarifications on parts of individual lessons on this website, others border...
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