They are all tonal language like the word ‘PAPA’, which means many things in different places in Ghana and even in other countries.
PAPA can mean any of the following’s in Ghana:
2. Something good;
3. An object that can be used to generate Air ( fan) in hot environment.
Ghanaians can easily understand what exactly one is talking about based on the speech sound.
Twi Music: Ability OFM Radio as an example:
Holy Bible – Twerɛ Kronkron
New Testament – Apam Foforɔ
Asante Twi Bible: Ability OFM Radio as an example:
Akuapem Twi Bible: Ability OFM Radio as an example:
Fante Twi Bible: Ability OFM Radio as an example:
However, variants do occur; for example, in Fijian, the word for “mother” is nana, in Altaic and Turkish we have ana, and in proto-Old Japanese, the word for “mother” was ‘papa’. The modern Japanese word for “father, ” chichi, is from older titi. In Japanese the child’s initial mamma is interpreted to mean “food”.
Akan Twi Verbs Translator
Pronouns and verbs in Akan Twi language
|Them/They||Wɔn / Wɔm|
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