I've gotten some questions recently about an online Twi resource. What exactly are people looking for in a Twi resource? An online dictionary? Check. Check Kasahorow.com and words.fienipa.com. You can also check websites like africanlanguages.com and kamusi.org. The folks at Kasahorow have this cool feature which allows you to translate words between Akan, English, Hausa, Kinyarwanda and Kiswahili.
While I figure out how to get the embed code to work, you can always go their website or the fienipa site and translate different words.
It's very simple: "enter a word in the search box in the language you want to translate from. Then select the language name in the first drop-down menu. In the second drop-down menu, select the language you want to translate to."
And if you haven't seen the awesome Ghana keyboard that allows you to type in Twi, Ga, Ewe characters, etc, don't miss out anymore.
Get it at this Kasahorow link.
Kasahorow foɔ deɛ, wɔn yɛ ade paa!
They even made a crossword puzzle in Twi. Wobɛtumi ataake? See it here