Wo ho te sɛn? (How are you?)
Me nso me ho yɛ (I’m also well)
In our previous lesson, we learned some common Twi phrases used to thank and appreciate people.
Let’s follow up on that lesson with one on how to respond to a “thank you” and other appreciation messages in Twi.
Be sure to watch the embedded video below to help you with pronunciation, and to build your vocabulary.
|me nso meda wo ase||I also thank you (singular)|
|yɛn nso yɛda wo ase||we also thank you (singular)|
|me nso meda mo ase||I also thank you (plural)|
|me nso medaase||I also thank (you)|
|ɛnna ase||don’t thank; no need to thank|
|aseda nni hɔ||there’s no thanks(giving); no need to thank|
|me ne wo nni aseda||you and I don’t do/owe each other thanks(giving)|
|ɛnyɛ hwee||it’s nothing|
|ɛyɛ me anigyeɛ sɛ metumi boaa wo||I’m happy I was able to help you; happy to have been of help to you|
|ɛyɛ me anigyeɛ sɛ metumi boaeɛ||I’m happy I was able to help; happy to have been of help|
|yɛmfa aseda no mma Awurade/Nyankopɔn/Nyame/Yehowa||let’s give God the thanks|
|aseda yɛ Awurade/Nyankopɔn/Nyame/Yehowa dea||thanks(giving) is the Lord’s|
|aseda yɛ Ɔbɔadeɛ no dea||thanks(giving) is the Creator’s|
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