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Common Twi Expressions
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for video lessons. Click here. This lesson continues our series on asking questions about someone/people, and responding to same about yourself. In our last lesson in the series, we looked at how to ask where someone is from, and how to tell where you’re from in Twi. Today, we are...
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for video lessons. Click here. This lesson continues our series on asking question about someone/people, and responding to same about yourself. In our last lesson in the series, we looked at how to ask for someone’s age, and how to tell your age in Twi. Today, we are looking at...
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for video lessons. Click here. The present lesson covers some essential Twi expressions used in a typical buying and selling situation. If you find yourself at the market, a supermarket, a grocery store, or any place of commerce, the Twi phrases given in this lesson will prove useful. The lesson...
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Our last lesson under the Common Twi Expressions series introduced us to four different ways of asking how someone is faring in Twi. If you missed that, you’re just a click away from it. Please take that lesson before you proceed with the present one. Today, we’re following up on the aforementioned lesson with one...
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In lesson 15 under the Common Twi Expressions series, we are looking at 25 must-know Twi phrases; 25 of the most common Twi phrases that you’re likely to come by while you’re in Ghana. The phrases to be covered in this lesson should prove particularly useful to persons traveling to Ghana, and/or those who have...
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You’re welcome to the fourteenth lesson under the Common Twi Expressions series. In our last two lessons, we looked at 4 Ways to Ask for Someone’s Name, and 4 Ways to Tell Your Name in Twi. You may click on either of the links to check them out if you missed any. In the present...
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Last week, in our twelfth lesson under the Common Twi Expressions series, we looked at 4 ways to ask for a person’s name in Twi. If you missed it, you may CLICK HERE to check it out before you take the present lesson. In all, we had: Wo din de sɛn? your name is what?...
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To ask for someone’s name in English, you simply use ‘what is your name?’, and the person should respond; unless he/she has a problem with you. Well, fortunately for us, in Twi, we have four ways of asking the same thing. And those would be our focus for today’s lesson. Ladies and gentlemen, I welcome...
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