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10 Important Phrases To Know Before Going To Ghana, Africa

Learning a foreign language can be difficult.

And, for people traveling to Ghana, Africa for only a short amount of time, trying to become fluent in Twi, the principal native language of the country, may be a bit farfetched.

However, learning some important phrases before you go can help prepare you for a more comfortable experience.

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