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How do you say yes in Ghanaian?

How do you say yes in Ghanaian?

Twi Translation of “yes“

  1. aane.
  2. yiw.
  3. weɛ

What does Etisen mean?

Eti sen: This greeting is equivalent to a ‘hi, how are you?’ but is literally translated as ‘how is it?’ to which the response would be ‘ɛyɛ’ (eh-yeh) ‘it’s good’ or ‘it’s fine’. ( Akan term)

How do you say no in Ghana?

A collection of useful phrases in Twi, a variety of Akan, a member of the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo language family spoken in Ghana….Useful phrases in Twi.

Phrase Twi
No Daabi
Maybe Ebia
I don’t know Mennim
I understand Mete aseɛ

What is sorry in Ghana?

kosɛ/kafra (sorry)

What is I Love You in Ghana language?

Me dɔ wo
1. Me dɔ wo – I love you.

What do you say when someone says Welcome to Ghana?

It directly translates to mean ‘welcome’. If someone addresses you with this you should respond by saying ‘ medaase ‘ (pronounced ‘ me-daa-si ‘) which means ‘thank you’ in Twi. You are almost on your way to earning yourself a Ghanaian passport with this. ‘Akwaaba’ means ‘Welcome’ | © oneVillage Initiative / Flickr

Which is the correct way to say yes in Hindi?

How to say Yes / Yeah in Hindi Hindi word for English “Yes” = Haan (हाँ), Haanjee (हांजी) = Haan (हाँ) + Jee (जी) Both these Hindi words are very much used in daily Hindi conversation. The word Haanjee (हांजी) is more polite and sweeter over the word Haan (हाँ).

What do you call a white person in Ghana?

Dumsor is undesirable and Nigeria’s NEPA and Ghana’s ECG are on top of the ratings of electricity companies that have been hit with the most number of public snubs since creation. ‘ Obroni ’, sometimes spelt ‘ oburoni ’, (the plural being ‘ abrofo ’) is the term used for a white person.

What does the word Wote mean in Ghana?

Wote is a Ga word for ‘let’s go’, pronounced ‘ wor-tay ‘. In the 70s, when Ghana was going through coup d’état, many musicians left for Germany and other Western countries to sustain High Life music. They returned home looking like cooked patties of burgers, or borga, the way their swollen jeans hung from their navels.