An Annotated Guide to Learning the Wolof Language

An Annotated Guide to Learning the Wolof Language

Reverse glass painting , or souwer  in the Wolof language (from the French "sous verre") is an art form in Senegal that has been po...

Reverse glass painting , or souwer in the Wolof language (from the French "sous verre") is an art form in Senegal that has been po...

Wolof is a member of the Senegambian branch of the Niger-Congo language family with about 7 million speakers in Senegal, France, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mali and Mauritania. Wolof is one of the six national languages of Senegal (Senegaal / سِنِڭَالْ), along with Serer, Mandinka, Pulaar, Diola and Soninke.

Wolof is a member of the Senegambian branch of the Niger-Congo language family with about 7 million speakers in Senegal, France, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mali and Mauritania. Wolof is one of the six national languages of Senegal (Senegaal / سِنِڭَالْ), along with Serer, Mandinka, Pulaar, Diola and Soninke.

Wolof language

Wolof language

Wolof language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 沃洛夫语(Wolof),渥鲁夫语,是沃洛夫人的民族语,使用者主要分布在冈比亚、塞内加尔、毛里塔尼亚。像它的近亲富拉语一样,它属于尼日尔-刚果语系大西洋语支。与黑非洲大多数语言不同,它不是声调语言。 沃洛夫语是塞内加尔使用最广的语言,不仅为沃洛夫人使用,也被其它塞内加尔人使用。

Wolof language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 沃洛夫语(Wolof),渥鲁夫语,是沃洛夫人的民族语,使用者主要分布在冈比亚、塞内加尔、毛里塔尼亚。像它的近亲富拉语一样,它属于尼日尔-刚果语系大西洋语支。与黑非洲大多数语言不同,它不是声调语言。 沃洛夫语是塞内加尔使用最广的语言,不仅为沃洛夫人使用,也被其它塞内加尔人使用。

Learn Wolof the language of Senegal with Wolof101. Online Wolof language lessons for speakers of English.

Learn Wolof the language of Senegal with Wolof101. Online Wolof language lessons for speakers of English.

Online Wolof language lessons for speakers of English. Suitable for volunteers and tourists planning to visit Senegal.

Online Wolof language lessons for speakers of English. Suitable for volunteers and tourists planning to visit Senegal.

KONGO LANGUAGE dingki funeral ceremony, djumbi  means ghost,  poto-poto means mud, muddy or mushy, Poto-poto is used in Akan, Igbo and Yoruba.  WOLOF LANGUAGE njam, nyam  means to eat. Butu in patois is from Ashanti Twi  it means "wild, unkempt"

KONGO LANGUAGE dingki funeral ceremony, djumbi means ghost, poto-poto means mud, muddy or mushy, Poto-poto is used in Akan, Igbo and Yoruba. WOLOF LANGUAGE njam, nyam means to eat. Butu in patois is from Ashanti Twi it means "wild, unkempt"

Online Wolof language lessons for speakers of English. Suitable for volunteers and tourists. Each program contains five lessons and one revision test. Programs commence from the beginner level and progress to the intermediate and advanced levels. Powered by Kajabi.

Online Wolof language lessons for speakers of English. Suitable for volunteers and tourists. Each program contains five lessons and one revision test. Programs commence from the beginner level and progress to the intermediate and advanced levels. Powered by Kajabi.

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