Exercise 3.1 from Learn Ga Now.
1. ekome one
2. enyɔ two
3. etɛ three
4. akwadu banana
5. akwadui bananas
6. blɔfoŋme pineapple
7. blɔfoŋmei pineapples
8. pɛya pear
9. akutu orange
10. daa nɛɛ every day
11. kɛ and
he, she, it lɛ
In Ga, the quantity goes after the noun.
blɔfoŋme kome = one pineapple
blɔfoŋmei enyɔ = two pineapples
blɔfoŋmei etɛ = three pineapples
1. Esi eats mangos. Esi eyeɔ maŋoi.
2. I eat fruit every day. Miyeɔ aduawai daa nɛɛ.
3. Ama and Kwabena eat two bananas every day. Ama kɛ Kwabena yeɔ akwadui enyɔ daa nɛɛ.
4. We eat three pineapples every day. Wɔ yeɔ blɔfoŋmei etɛ daa nɛɛ.
5. You (sing.) eat one banana every day. Oyeɔ akwadu kome daa nɛɛ.
6. You (plural) eat coconuts every day. Nyɛ yeɔ akookoshi daa nɛɛ.
I buy = Mi heɔ
You buy = (Bo) oheɔ
She buys = (Lɛ) eheɔ
We buy = Wɔ heɔ
You all buy = Nyɛ heɔ
They buy = Amɛ heɔ
1. I buy pineapples. Mi heɔ blɔfoŋmei.
2. You buy bananas every day. (Bo) oheɔ akwadui daa nɛɛ.
3. He buys oranges. (Lɛ) eheɔ akutui.
4. We eat fruit every day. Wɔ yeɔ aduawai daa nɛɛ.
5. You all buy fruit very day. Nyɛ heɔ aduawai daa nɛɛ.
6. They eat mangos every day. Amɛ yeɔ maŋoi daa nɛɛ.