Wolof pronouns

Here are some Wolof pronouns and verbs for those like me that are interested in becoming more fluent.  I haven’t tested this on any native speakers so the accuracy can’t be vouched for.  I found this on http://abibitumikasa.com

I don’t suggest that you click this link unless you are ready for your computer to slow down tremendously.  Definitely don’t go here if you are on dial-up.  There is much too much going on on the front page of this website like, animated gifs, and the worst thing possible embedded music without an option to turn off the sound!

Ahhh the torture.  This is a great concept despite the clutter.


Posted by SPN on 06/14 at 09:08 AM in International

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