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Gye so yie

1. Wo din de sen? a. Me din de Kwame
2. Ne din de sen? b. ne din de Akosua
3. Mo din de sen? d. Yɛn din de Afia ne Yaw
4. Yɛfre wo sen? d. Yɛfrɛ me Kwame
5. Yɛfrɛ wɔn sɛn? a. Yɛfrɛ wɔn Kwaku ne Akua
6. Yɛfrɛno no sen? a. Yɛfrɛ no Esi

Mmataho a ɛdi kan

1. Wɔfa, mema wo akye! d. Yaa ɔba
2. ɛtɛ sen? d ɛyɛ
3. Meda ase a. Yɛnna ase

Sibeasie

1. Me din de Efua
2. Yɛfrɛ won Yaw, Kwaku ne Yaa
3. Wo din de sen?
4. Meda ase
5. ɛte sen?
6. Mema wo kyew

Nnyesoɔ ne Mmuaeɛ

1. Mema wo akye. Yaa ɔba Maakye
2. Wo mma no din de sɛn? Yɛfrɛ won Yaw Naja ne Nadir
3. Na awuma ɛ? ɛyɛ
4. ɛtɛ sen? Ɛyɛ na woɛ?
5. Wo din de sen? Me din de Gary
6. Yɛfrɛ wo sen? Yɛfrɛ me Gary

Nkyerɛaseɛ

1. Me din de Efua. My name is Efua
2. Wo din de sɛn? What is your name?
3. Yɛfrɛ no Awuraadwoa. He's called Awuraadwoa
4. Mepa wo kyew, wo yere din de sen? Excuse me whats your wifes name?
5. ɛtɛ sen? What up?
6. ɛyɛ fine
7. Mema wo akye Good Morning uncle
8. Wo mma no din de sɛn? What are your childrens names?
9. Yɛfrɛ wɔn Yaw, Kwaku ne Yaa Their names are Yaw, Kwaku, and Yaa
10. Yoo, yɛnna ase Okay, your welcome

Aduru me so

1. Good Morning Maakye
2. How is it? Ɛtɛ sen?
3. What are your childrens called? Wo mma no din de sen?
4. It's fine? Ɛyɛ
5. Excuse me. Mepa wo kyew
6. What's your wifes name? W yɛfrɛ din de sen?
7. They're called Afia and Kwasi Yɛfrɛ wɔn Afia ne Kwasi
8. She's called Awo Brɛnya
9. Im called Kwame Yɛfrɛ no awo Brɛnya
10 Your name is Yaw Opoku Wo din de Yaw Opoku

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Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko. "The community's political institution does not borrow foreign dialects to discuss its political matters or to educate its' members" – Kikôngo proverb “The history of Africa will remain suspended in air and cannot be written correctly until African historians connect it with the history of Egypt [...] The African historian who evades the problem of Egypt is neither modest or objective, nor unruffled, he is ignorant, cowardly, and neurotic.” – Cheikh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters." – Jacob Carruthers, Mdw Ntr
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Posted : 08/05/2011 4:46 am
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Lesson 4 Homework

Gye so yie

1. Wofiri he? d. mefiri Nkran
2. ɔte he? b. ɔte Kumawu
3. Mofiri he? b. Yɛfiri Ghana
4. Wobɔ anusua bɛn? a. Mebɔ ɛkoɔna abusua
5. Yɛfrɛ wɔn sɛn? d. yɛfrɛ me Afia
6. Yɛfrɛ no sɛn? a.Yɛfrɛ no Esi

mmataho a ɛdi kan

1. Nana, mepa wo kyɛw, maaha! d. yaa ɔba
2. Nana, mepa wo kyɛw, wooware asuo bɛn? d. Medware Bosomtwe
3. Wofiri he? b. mefiri Abibiman!

Sibeasie

1. Nana, mepa wo kyɛw, woodware asuo bɛn?
2. Nana, mepa wo kyɛw, wote he?
3. Yoo, enti m'ani agye sɛ yeahia
4. Mwyɛ Asonani enti mebɔ Asona abusua
5. Nana, mepa wo kyew, wofiri he?
6. Me nso, m'aniagye. Yɛbɛhyia bio!
7. mepa wo kyew
8. Yɛabo me wɔ Asuom wɔ Akyem Abuakwa

Nnyesoɔ ne Mmuaeɛ

1. maaha yaa Oba. Wo ho te sɛn?
2. nana, mepa wo kyew, woodware asuo bɛn? Medware Bosomtwe
3. wote he? mete kumase
4. Yɛfrɛ wo sɛn? Yɛfrɛ me Nana Atokora Maanu
5. Wobɔ abusua bɛn? Meye Asonani enti mebɔ Asona abusuɛ
6. Wo ho te sɛn? Me ho ye

Nkyere[aseɛ

1. me nso, m'ani agye. I'm happy as well
2. Nana, mepa wo kyew, wobɔ abusua bɛn? Excuse me elder, which family/clan do u belong to.
3. Medware Bosomtwe? I belong to the Bosomtwe
4. yɛfrɛ me Nana Atakora maanu. I'm called Nana Atakora Maanu
5. meyɛ Asonani enti mebɔ Asona abusua I'm Asonani so I'm of the Asona Family/Clan
6. Nana, mepa wo kyɛw, Abibiman hefa? Excuse me elder, what part of Afrika?
7. Yɛwoo me wɔ Asuom wɔ Akyem Abuakwa I was born at Asuma in Akyem Abuakwa
8. Mete Kumase. I live in Kumase
9. Yɛbɛhyia o! See You later
10. Onyame adom, me ho ye. By Gods/Onyame's Grace I'm fine

Aduru me so

1. Good afternoon Maaha
2. Elder, excuse me, we call you how? Nana, mepa wo kyɛw yɛfrɛ wo sɛn?
3. I live at Kumase. Mete Kumase
4. I am an Asona person therefore, I belong to the Asona family/clan. Meye Asonani enti mebɔ Asona abusua
5. I was born at VBrooklyn in New York. Yewoo me wɔ Brooklyn Ny
6. I wash in Boswomafram Medware Bosomafram
7. Elder, excuse me, which patriclan family do you belong to? Nana, mepa wo kyɛw woodware asuo Bɛn
8. Responses to child. your body feels how/ Yaa Ɔba wo ho te sɛn?
9. I'm happy too. See you soon. Me nso m'ani agye Yɛbɛhyia bio
10. I'm from Afrika. Mefiri Abibiman.

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Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko. "The community's political institution does not borrow foreign dialects to discuss its political matters or to educate its' members" – Kikôngo proverb “The history of Africa will remain suspended in air and cannot be written correctly until African historians connect it with the history of Egypt [...] The African historian who evades the problem of Egypt is neither modest or objective, nor unruffled, he is ignorant, cowardly, and neurotic.” – Cheikh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters." – Jacob Carruthers, Mdw Ntr
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Posted : 08/13/2011 1:10 pm
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Lesson 5 Homework

1. Wopɛ dɛn? a. Mepɛ sika
2. ɔpɛ n'asɛm? b. Dabi, ɔmpɛ n'asɛm
3. Mope aduane (food)? d. yɛpɛ aduane
4. Wopɛ m'asɛm? a. Aane, mepɛ w'asɛm.
5. ɔpɛ nkraman (dogs)? a. Dabi, ɔmpɛ nkrman.
6. Wɔpe yɛn asɛm anaa? b. Wɔpɛ yɛn asɛm.

1. Atakoraa, maakye. d. yaa nua
2. Ɛyɛ, na wo nso ɛ? b. Bɔkɔɔ
3. M'adamfoɔ, ɛdeɛn na wopɛ sɛ woyɛ? d. Mepɛ sɛ mekɔ Abibiman

1 Mepɛ m'abusuafoɔ asɛm.
2. Enti, wo nso, wope se wokɔ Abibiman anaa?
3. Ɛdeɛn na wopɛ wɔ hɔ?
4. Aane o. Yenko.
5. Me nso saa
6. M'adamfoɔ, edeɛn na wopɛ sɛ woyɛ?
7. Mepɛ Gana aduane nso.
8. Ɛyɛ, na wo nso ɛ?

1 M'adamfoɔ, ɛdeɛn na wopɛ sɛ woyɛ? Mepɛ sɛ mekɔ
2. Ɛdeɛn na wopɛ wɔ hɔ? Mepe Abibifoɔ. Mepe m'abusuofoɔasem
3. Atakoraa, maakye. Yaa nua
4. Ɛte sɛn? Ɛyɛ, na wo nso ɛ.
5. Yɛnkɔ. Yoo
6. Enti, wo nso, wopɛ sɛ wokɔ aane o yenkɔ

1. Mepɛ Gana aduane nso. i like Ghana's food also
2. Ɛyɛ, na wo nso ɛ? Fine and you also
3. M'adamfoɔ, ɛdeɛn na wopɛ sɛ woyɛ? my friend, what do u want to do.
4. Enti, wo nso, wope sɛ wokɔ Abibiman anaa? So do u want to go to AFrika
5. Yoo. Yɛnko. Okay. Let's go.
6. Mo! ɛdeɛn na wopɛ wɔ hɔ? Congrats! WHat do u like there?
7. Ɛyɛ, na wo nso ɛ? Fine and u also?
8. Saa? me nso saa? Oh Yeahj, me too.

1. I like Ghanaian food. Mepe Gana aduane.
2. What do u want to do? Ɛdeɛn na wope sɛ wopɛ?
3. I want to go to Ghana. Mepɛ sɛ mekɔ Gana
4. Okay, Let's go. Yoo, Yɛnkɔ
5. I want to go to Afrika. Mepe se mekɔ Abibiman
6. Atakoraa, good morning. Atakoraa, Maakye
7. Fine, and you? Ɛyɛ, me wo nso ɛ?
8. I like my family. Mepe m'abusuafoɔ
9. Really? Me too. Saa? Me nso saa.
10. What's up? Ɛtɛ sɛn?

Lesson 6 Homework

1. Woreyɛ dɛn? b. Merenom nsuo
2. Mobɛyɛ dɛn? a. Yɛbɛdi nkonim
3. ɔbɛnya adeɛ?
4. Wobɛyɛ adwuma? Mɛyɛ adwuma
5. Yɛbɛfrɛ obi.
6. Wɔyɛ dɛn adwuma? Wɔyɛ ayaresafoɔ.

1. Agya, maakye b. Yaa ɔba
2. Wobɛyɛ dɛn ɔkyena?

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Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko. "The community's political institution does not borrow foreign dialects to discuss its political matters or to educate its' members" – Kikôngo proverb “The history of Africa will remain suspended in air and cannot be written correctly until African historians connect it with the history of Egypt [...] The African historian who evades the problem of Egypt is neither modest or objective, nor unruffled, he is ignorant, cowardly, and neurotic.” – Cheikh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters." – Jacob Carruthers, Mdw Ntr
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Gary & Nadir’s Exam

Had to do it with him n took extremely long.

1. Yɛbɛhyia akyire. B. Yoo, yɛbɛhyia
2. Ɛtɛ sɛn? B. ɛyɛ
3. Nante yie a. Tena yie
4. Mesrɛ kwan b. ɔkwan da hɔ
5. Wo ho te sɛn? Onyame adom, me ho yɛ
6. Wo ne Nyame nkɔ. Wo ne Nyame ntena

Matching

1. Maakye b Yaa ɔba
2. Yɛfrɛ wo sɛn? Yɛfrɛe me Kwasi
3. Woye dɛn adwuma? B. Meyɛ ɔkyeame
4. Wofiri he? D. Mefiri Kumase
5. Wote he? B. Mete Nkran
6. Mope dɛn? A. Yɛpɛ aduane

2nd Matching

1. Yɛnna ase b. Meda ase
2. Tena yie a. Nante yie
3. Yaa nua a. Akwaaba

Fill In The Blanks

1. Wo h tw sɛn?
2. Ɛtɛ sɛn?
3. Wope dɛn?
4. Nante Yie
5. Yɛbɛhyia bio
6. Mpɔ mu e?

Responses and Answers

1. Wopɛ dɛn? Mepe aduane
2. Mepa wo kyɛw, woreye dɛn seesei ara? Merekɔ adwuma
3. Woyɛ dɛn adwuma? Meye ɔdetɔnfoɔ
4. Wobeɛyɛ dɛn ɔkyena?
5. Akyire. Yoo akyire
6. Wokɔ a, nante yie. Meda ase Tena Yie

Translation

1. Mete Ghana I live in Ghana
2. Wobɛyɛ dɛn ɔkeyena? What r you doing tomorrow?
3. Wɔfrɛ no sɛn? They are called what?
4. Wofiri he? Where are u from
5. Mepɛ w’asem I like your words
6. Meyɛ Twi suani I am a Twi student
7. What do they like/want?
8. Wo din de sɛn? What is your name?
9. Wobɔ abusua bɛn? Which family do you belong to?
10. Yɛatete me we Nkran. I was raised in Nkran

1. I acknowledge your greeting child. Yaa ɔba
2. We call me Kwame. Yɛfrɛ me Kwame
3. I am going to collect Medicinal herbs.
4. I have eaten years 15. Madi mfeɛ du-num
5. Okay, when you go, travel safely. Yoo, wokɔ a, nante yie
6. My height is 6 feet. Metenten yɛanammɔn nsia
7. What would you like to do?
8. I live (at) Asuom. Mete Asuom
9. And you, what work do you do? Na wo nso ɛ,
10 I like red. Mepɛ kɔkɔɔ

1. I acknowledge your greeting, child. Yaa ɔba
2. We call me Kwame. Yɛfɛrɛ me Kwame
3. I’m going to collect medicinal herbs Merekɔtete nhaban
4 I have eaten years 15. Madi mfeɛ aduasa
5. Okay, when you go, travel safely. Yoo, wokɔ a, nante yie
6. My height is 6 feet. Me tenten yɛ anammɔn nsia
7. What would you like to do?
8. I live (at) Asuom. Mete asuom
9. And you, what work do you do? Na wo nso, woyɛ dɛn adwuma?
10. I lke red. Mepɛ kɔkɔɔ

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Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko. "The community's political institution does not borrow foreign dialects to discuss its political matters or to educate its' members" – Kikôngo proverb “The history of Africa will remain suspended in air and cannot be written correctly until African historians connect it with the history of Egypt [...] The African historian who evades the problem of Egypt is neither modest or objective, nor unruffled, he is ignorant, cowardly, and neurotic.” – Cheikh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters." – Jacob Carruthers, Mdw Ntr
Ọbádélé Kambon, PhD Email: info@abibitumi.com Skype: obadele.kambon Paypal: www.paypal.me/akali Abibifahodie Family of Websites:
www.obadelekambon.com | www.abibitumikasa.com | www.abibifahodie.com | www.abibifahodie.org www.sankofajourney.com | www.letsbuyblack.com | www.asaseheals.com www.kamaukambon.org | www.amakambon.com | www.bennucenter.com www.nubusinesssolutions.com | www.onipa.com | www.lastblackman.com
 

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