Lesson 5: Intro Conversational Akan (Twi) PDF + Embedded Audio


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SKU: Twi Lesson 5


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Lesson Five:

the Twi Alphabet with letters, written phonetic rendering, sounds
(embedded mp3), examples in english, examples in Twi, pictures of each
example in Twi and definitions

Learn diagraphs (sound combinations) in Twi, plus embedded audio

how to say the following essential common expressions and phrases in
Twi with detailed figurative and literal translations and audio

like/want what?

likes/wants what?

like/want what?

They like/want what?

I like/want _____.

He/she likes/wants ______.

We like/want ______.

They like/want _______.

you like me (my words)?

he/she like him/her (his/her words)?

y’all like us (our words)?

They like them (their words)?


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Abibitumi Presents: A Virtual Conversation With Dr. Luyaluka

Join Abibitumi.com for a virtual conversation on Afrikan Spirituality,  epistemology, and other related topics!


After architectural studies and a brief career in Christian Science teaching and lecturing, Dr. Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka earned a Ph.D. (Honors) degree in Apologetics from Trinity Graduate School of Apologetics and Theology of Kerala, India.

Based in Kinshasa, DRC, Dr. Luyaluka is currently the Director of NZIL'ALOWA, a center devoted to solar renaissance as the recourse, even return, of Africans to the traditional epistemology and spirituality that marked the success of ancient Egypt and precolonial south-Saharan civilizations. NZIL'ALOWA comprises a researcher center called Institut des Sciences and an Initiatory branch that introduces Africans, i.e., Blacks, to the practice of African Divine Science, which implies spiritual healing and fighting witchcraft.

As a researcher, Dr. Luyaluka has published 25 scientific papers and authored 14 books on African spirituality and epistemology. His major scientific contributions to academic knowledge includes:

a.       The first statement of a systematic natural theology. It shows that the core corpus of the religion of ancient Egypt, Sumer and Kôngo culture is an exact science.

b.      The simplest « theory of everything », the easiest mathematical explanation of gravitation at the astronomic and subatomic levels resulting from the cosmology of African traditional religion.

c.       The first statement of the naturalized epistemology of African traditional knowledge. It demonstrates that African traditional knowledge is a science based on a posteriori truths.

Dr. Luyaluka is currently one of the leading scholars in the field of African traditional religion, especially in the domain of Bukôngo or kôngo religion.

E-mail: kiatezuall@yahoo.fr

Website : www.nzilalowa.com