22 Twi Phrases and Words you must know when visiting Ghana

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22 Twi Phrases and Words you must know when visiting Ghana

Ghana is a country with numerous clans communicating in more than 250 dialects, Twi, the language of the Akans is the most communicated Ghanaian language other than English with 7 million speakers all through the country. Here are a couple of Ghanaian language words and expressions that sightseers and tourists will undoubtedly hear when in Ghana.

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22 Twi Phrases and Words you must know when visiting Ghana

1. “Akwaaba” means Welcome

2. “Eti sen?” means How are you?

3. “Obouroni” means White man or Foreigner.

4. “M’adamfo” means My friend.

5. “Wo din de sen?” means What is your name

6. “Worekc hen?” means Where are you going?

7. “Wo se den?” means What are you saying?

8. “Meda wo ase” means Thank you.

9. “Ma me sika” means Give me money.

10. “Wo pe den?” means What do you want?

11. “Ye be hyia bio” means We shall meet again.

12. “Wo firi hene?” means Where are you from?

13. “Mereba” means I am coming/wait.

14. “Ka bio” means Say it again.

15. “Okyena” means Tomorrow.

16. “Me kyere wo ho” means I will show you the place.

17. “Mennim” means I don’t know.

18. “Mente” means I can’t hear.

19. “Fa kaa” means Pick a cab.

20. “Ka kyere no” means Tell him/her.

21. “Bisa obi” means Ask someone.

22. “Nante” means Walk.

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