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Here is the second lesson of the best Wolof introductory class in the world, get it here on aK!
This lesson begins with the different types of greetings asking after one's health as well as the different greetings for the times of day each one having their appropriate response. To test your understanding of these greetings, you'll have to answer a series of questions.
Then we'll take a more in-depth look at the Wolof greetings in reference to the different parts of the day, it is extremely essential in Wolof Culture.
A list of new words for you to learn is extracted ou of this first part of the lesson.
The conversation between two women, Aysatu and Seynabu, will let you see how these greetings are used in a real conversation. First it will be presented to you without translation and then with both literal and figurative translations.
After all of this, you will have to roll up your sleeves and get to work with the exercises... From matching answers and questions, to filling blanks, to responding to questions, to translating Wolof sentences into english and english sentences into Wolof, you will have all the practice you need to test yourself in order to acquire everything covered in this lesson.
This lesson comes in the format of a pdf file with a 1 hour + mp3 file, you can get it here and only here on aK, and for only 15$!

Baax na lool!

To purchase this lesson, kindly visit: http://abibitumikasa.com/introductory-wolof-classes-c-42_20_28_38/recording-introductory-wolof-class-2-online-jan-16-2014-p-309

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