Peace Corps - Moore Language Lessons

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Audios

Moore- Lesson 1

Moore- Lesson 10

Moore- Lesson 11

Moore- Lesson 12

Moore- Lesson 13

Moore- Lesson 14

Moore- Lesson 15

Moore- Lesson 16

Moore- Lesson 17

Moore- Lesson 18

Moore- Lesson 19

Moore- Lesson 2

Moore- Lesson 20

Moore- Lesson 21

Moore- Lesson 3

Moore- Lesson 4

Moore- Lesson 5

Moore- Lesson 6

Moore- Lesson 7

Moore- Lesson 8

Moore- Lesson 9


US Peace Corps Moore  - Image COURSE OVERVIEW
The Moore course is designed to teach you the basic survival level of Moore you would need. There are 13 lessons that cover the following subjects:

Lesson 1 - Pronunciation
Lesson 2 - Vocabulary on Greetings
Lesson 3 - Typical Greetings
Lesson 4 - Benedictions
Lesson 5 - Expressions for taking leave
Lesson 6 - Dialogue on greetings
Lesson 7 - Expressions
Lesson 8 - Days of the week/Months of the year/Days of the Week
Lesson 9 - Expressions of time
Lesson 10 - Numbers
Lesson 11 - Numbers: 20-1,000,000
Lesson 12 - Money
Lesson 13 - Vocabulary
Lesson 14 - Measurements Lesson 15 Asking for prices / Expressing want Lesson 16 Expressing needs
Lesson 17 - Dialogue on Bargaining Lesson 18 Weather Useful expressions
Lesson 19 - The Verb "to be" Lesson 20 The Verb "to have"
Lesson 21 - Past tense

PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Burkina Faso: 1967-1987, 1995-present

PROGRAM SECTORS
Burkina Faso: Education, Health, Environment

The More language is one of two official regional languages of Burkina Faso, closely related and mutually intelligible with the Dagbani language spoken in northern Ghana. It is the language of the Mossi people, spoken by approximately 5 million people in Burkina, plus another 60,000+ in Mali and Togo.

Moore is spoken in: Burkina Faso, Togo

Moore is also called: Mòoré, Mole, Moose, More, Moshi, Mossi

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