Lesson 6: Intro Conversational Akan (Twi) PDF + Embedded Audio

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Lesson Six:

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Learn the vocabulary, written orthographical rendering, sounds (embedded

complete translations in english and definitions of new words

Learn using an actual conversation in Twi, plus embedded audio

Learn how to say the following essential common greetings and

phrases in Twi
with detailed figurative and literal translations and audio examples:

You do what work?
He/she does what work?
Does it work?
Y’all do which kind of work?
They do which kind of work?
I am ______.
He is _______.
It works.
We are ______.
They are ________.
You are doing what?
He/she is doing what?
It is doing what?
Y’all are doing what?
They are doing what?
I am ___-ing.
He/she is ____-ing.
It is ____-ing.
We are ____-ing.
They are ____-ing.
You will do what?
He/she will do what?
It is doing what?
Y’all will do what?
They will do what?
I will _____.
He/she will ______.
It is ____-ing.
We will ______.
They will _______.
You have done what?
He/she has done what?
It has done what?
Y’all have done what?
They have done what?
I have _____.
He/she have ______.
It has ____.
We have ______.
They have _______.
You did what?
He/she did what?
It did what?
Y’all did what?
They did what?
to learn Twi
to go to a funeral
to know
to understand
to be victorious
to be able
to run away
to fight
raise children
help Afrikans
pour libations
to get married
to establish a town
to be scared
to have hope
to come
to use restroom (defecate)
to use restroom (urinate)
to drink water
to eat
to do work
to call someone
to travel
to wash clothes
to cook food
to go out
to sleep/to lay down
to wake up
to get up
to receive money
drink medicine
to sit down
to collect herbs (for medicine)
to obtain a thing
to think about something

Text also includes six (6) activities and exercises to reinforce learned
greetings and vocabulary.

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