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Peace Corps Kabiye Language Lessons - Image COURSE OVERVIEW
This short course is a language guide to Kabiye language spoken in the Pacific island of Togo. The course includes 13 lessons which cover the following:

Lesson 1 Greetings
Lesson 2 Introduce oneself and someone else
Lesson 3 Present one's family
Lesson 4 Buying essential items
Lesson 5 Talk about food habits of the host country
Lesson 6 Invite someone, accept or decline an invitation
Lesson 7 Talk about daily activities
Lesson 8 Ask for and give direction and time
Lesson 9 Talk about transportation
Lesson 10 Talk about one's state of health
Lesson 11 Express one's sympathy in a happy or sad event
Lesson 12 Ask for help in an emergency case
Lesson 13 Talk about her/his work

Togo: 1962-present

Togo: Education, Environment, Health
Kabiyè is a Grusi language spoken primarily in northern Togo, and also by smaller numbers of people in Benin and Ghana. It is one of two national languages of Togo. The Grsi or Gurunsi languages are a group of Gur languages, comprising about 20 languages spoken by the Gurunsi peoples. The Grsi languages are spoken in northern Ghana, adjacent areas of Burkina Faso, and Togo. The largest language in the Grusi group is Kabiye, a language spoken by approximately 1,200,000 people (of which 550,000 are native speakers) throughout central Togo.
Kabiye is spoken in: Benin, Togo
Kabiye is also called: Cabrai, Cabrais, Kabire, Kabre, Kabure, Kabye


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