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
Learn Twi With Public Inscriptions: “Medaase”
If this isn’t your first time discovering LEARNAKAN, then you most definitely know what today’s inscription mean. And even if you just came by LEARNAKAN,
Learn Twi With Public Inscriptions: “Aboterɛ Yɛ”
Onua, akwaaba! Welcome to our second post in our series on learning Twi with public inscriptions. In our first one, we looked at the inscription
Yare vs. Yera vs. Yere vs. Yiri
There are a lot of things that speakers of a language take for granted. Because some aspects of the languages we speak come to us
Learn Twi With Public Inscriptions: “Onyame Akwan”
If you’ve ever been to Ghana, or you’re currently in the country, one of the most common phenomena that you may have come by is
Nsuo vs. Osuo vs. Asuo
If you check with any standard Twi dictionary, you will find that the Twi word “nsuo” means “water” in English. However, there are different kinds
Agya Nan vs. Agyanan
At the surface level, agya nan and agyanan look very similar. Heck, one might even pass as a typo of the other. But these two
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