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I need to learn wolof language. Anyone can teach me ?
i need to learn too if anyone answers you
I want to.learn too did u find someone
If anyone living in New York City wants to improve their Wolof language, you can get in touch with me, so that we can find a way.
So long! 😉
I’m happy to find about this website, because I’ve been trying to learn Wolof for a long time and think this might help a lot.
At the moment I’m trying to understand the lyric’s of Carlou D’s song ‘Namanala’. He repeatedly sings the words ‘ci loxo’, but I don’t understand which hands he’s singing about 🙂 Can someone help me? That would be nice 🙂
I want to learn wolof .
Please learned me wolof.
I desire to learn wolof
I was digging into research on African languages and happened to reach the post(s) on your website. It was a great read!
From that research, I wrote a piece on African languages it might be a great resource to mention on your blog. If you’re interested in checking it out, here’s a link: https://www.translate4africa.com/how-to-say-hello-in-sundry-african-languages-per-country/
Anyways, just wanted to reach out and let you know your pieces on African languages definitely provided me with some new tips for me to try out for myself – so thanks!
could you make pulaar dictonary i need it for my best friend and i have the wolof one but not the pulaar i dont know i