Bɔ Mmɔden vs. Sɔ Hwɛ

“Bɔ mmɔden” and “sɔ hwɛ” are both phrasal verbs that mean “to try”, but they aren’t the same, and you cannot use them interchangeably. If

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Twi Translation of “I don’t love you”

I don’t love you phrase

RELATED ENTRIES: I love you very much; I love you

medɔ wo pa ara

  • gyae me na mennɔ wo | leave me alone for I don’t love you
  • ɔdɔ nyɛ nhyɛ; mennɔ wo | love isn’t compulsory; I don’t love you
  • ɔbisaa me sɛ medɔ no anaa, ɛna meyii n’ano sɛ mennɔ no | he/she asked if I love him/her, and I answered him/her that I don’t love him/her
  • dabi, mennɔ wo | no, I don’t love you
  • sɛ wode ma me a, mɛgye, nanso mennɔ wo | if you give it to me, I’ll take it, but I don’t love you
  • woka kyerɛɛ me sɛ wodɔ me, ɛna mekaa sɛ mennɔ wo | you told me you loved me, and I said I don’t love you

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