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Common Twi Expressions
In our last lesson, we looked at some useful Twi phrases for expressing agreement. Today, we’re going the opposite direction. We’re looking at some Twi phrases that we can use to disagree with others. As always, if you need help with pronunciation and/or structure of the phrases covered, please watch the embedded video lesson below....
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Welcome to another lesson in the MUST-KNOW TWI PHRASES series. In our last lesson in the series, we looked at some common Twi phrases that we tend to begin our opinions with. Today, we’re looking at some Twi expressions that we can use to agree with others. If you need help with pronunciation and structure,...
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The present lesson continues our MUST-KNOW TWI PHRASES SERIES. Thus far, we have looked at: 25 Must-Know Twi Phrases for Learners & Tourists10 Must-Know Twi Phrases for Learners & Tourists11 Must-Know Twi Phrases for Learners & Tourists Today, we are continuing the series by looking at some Twi phrases that we tend to begin our...
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This is the third lesson in our must-know Twi phrases series. The first one covered 25 phrases, which you’ll find here. In the second one, we looked at 10 more Twi phrases. You’ll find the second lesson here. Let’s look at 11 more essential Twi phrases in today’s lesson. Video Lesson 11 Must-Know Twi Phrases...
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You’re welcome to the second lesson in our must-know Twi phrases series. In the first one, we looked at 25 Twi phrases to help you, as a learner or tourist, get by easily the next time that you happen to be in Ghana. If you missed that lesson, please click here to go check it...
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Welcome to the second and last part in our series on time-telling. In the first part, we looked at how to tell the o’clocks in Twi. The present one takes a look at the irregular times, the likes of 4:15, 9:21, 2:01, etc. Video Lesson There are typically two ways to tell the irregular times...
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Having learned to count in Twi, and equipped yourself with our time-telling vocabulary, let’s now move on to see how to actually tell time in Twi. We begin with the o’clocks. Video Lesson The Twi term for ‘o’clock’ comes in two forms: there is the singular form ‘dɔn’, and the plural form ‘nnɔn’.  The singular form dɔn is ONLY...
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Mema wo akye (Good morning) The Twi phrases covered in this lesson will prove useful in situations where you need to excuse yourself halfway within conversations. Sometimes the conversation gets interesting, for the other party, just around the time that you’ve got to leave. With the following Twi phrases, you can end conversations without coming off...
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Onua (Brother/Sister) 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....
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Ɔdɔfoɔ (beloved). Mema wo akwaaba (I welcome you). Ɛte sɛn? (how’s it?) This lesson explores a number of ways by which we can thank and appreciate people for what they’ve done for us, in Twi. By the end of this lesson, you will not only be able to say the very common “meda wo ase”...
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