26 thoughts on “The Asante Twi Alphabet Song”

  1. Thank you so much! I am trying to learn Twi to be able to speak to my husband in his language, I would like to teach our son!

    God bless you, please keep the videos coming

  2. I am also learning for the same purpose. Pimsleur Twi Program has helped me tremendously and impressed my husband and his friends. I am now using the Nkyea Twi program because Pimsleur was so basic.

  3. This is fantastic. A really fun and easy way to learn the alphabet especially with kids. Get in touch if you'd like to work with us. We have a Ghanaian Language school based in London http://theghanaianlanguageschool.com/ . We offer online courses too. 

  4. Love this! Thank you! Want to improve on my Twi so I thought let me start with the basics of the Twi alphabet!

  5. I am so happy to find I am from Ashanti from America! They took it all away from my fathers but I'm getting it back! May Ashanti rise again!!!

  6. From what I've heard and watched, I see the Asante Twi ABCs are missing the letters C, J, Q, V, X and Z and that both E and O have two forms each, one closed and one open.

  7. good for memorizing the alphabets but not the good way of introducing the alphabets to kids. Twi as a language uses sounds in pronunciation of its words . for instance if you say "b" as b3 how would you say "b3". Let children know the sounds and putting words together will become
    easier.

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