Peace Corps - Konkomba Language Lessons
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This Peace Corps Konkomba course includes 13 lessons:
Lesson 1 - Greetings
Lesson 2 - Introduce oneself and someone else
Lesson 3 - Introduce 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
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Togo: Education, Environment, Health
Konkomba is a Gurma language spoken in northern Ghana and Togo. It is an SVO language. Gurma (also called Gourma or Gourmantch?) is an ethnic group living mainly in Burkina Faso, around Fada N'Gourma, and also in northern areas of Togo and Benin, as well as southwestern Niger. They number approximately 1,150,000. They might include the Bassaries who live in northern Togo and the Northern Volta of Ghana.
Konkomba is spoken in: Ghana, Togo
Konkomba is also called: Kpankpamba