Digraphs are aids to mastering languages. There are many languages our keyboards can support, however we have chosen the digraphs of most popular language in Ghana. Below are the examples and how they are used.
To pronunce the DW digraph, say the letter J with your lips tightly rounded or pouted. This digraph can be found in names like Adwoa
and words like Anadwo
To pronunce the HW digraph, say the digraph SH with your lips pouted. This digraph can be found in words like Hwɛ
To pronunce the KW digraph, say the digraph QU. This digraph can be found in names like Kwaku
and words like Ɛkwan
To pronunce the NW digraph, stress the letter N sound and round you lips for the W. This digraph can be found in words like Nwa
To pronunce the TW digraph, round your lips to carry the vowel. This digraph can be found in words like Twi
and words like Twa
To pronunce the GY digraph, assume the letters GY as a J. This digraph can be found in names like Aboagye
To pronunce the HY digraph replace it with the digraph SH. This digraph can be found in words like Ɛhyɛn
To pronunce the KY digraph, replace it with a CH. This digraph can be found in names like Kyei
and words like Ɛkyɛ
To pronunce the NY digraph, try sayingyer with a stressed N infront (nnnyer). This digraph can be found in names like Nyame.
and words like Nyansa.
Now that you have mastered your Akan (Twi) digraphs, let's go and use with the world.
Our keyboards are not limited to Ghanaian languages. All Six European languages that came to Afrikan shores are also supported. This allows access to languages you are fluent in to be written alongside Ghanaian languages you are learning.
Writing Ghanaian languages is good for education as well as leisure. Our mobile keyboard suggests some Ghanaian words as you type. This is a dictionary to aid the correct spelling of Ghanaian words. of
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Yiee! Kofi, yei deɛ w'aku me. Afei deɛ metumi de 'projector' akyerɛ Twi.
Afeideɛ, yɛ twerɛ Twi a, yɛnmrɛ. Me tumi de me laptop kɔ babiara.
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The AiST Universal Keyboard Series are a series of keyboards focused on bringing Afrikan literature within computing circles. The keyboards includes extra characters not found on traditional qwerty keyboards, therefore allowing the user to have a wide selection of languages to write.
Our PC and laptop keyboards are not translators. Our mobile and tablet keyboard can teach you to spell Akan (Twi) and English words correctly.
Absolutely. We provide you with an installation disk for Apple and Windows purchases. Unfortunately you will need new labels if you use a laptop. Mobile and Tablet software can be downloaded to one device at a time
Each AiST Universal Keyboard is capable of writing more than 20 languages. Ideal for multinational libraries and educational literature.
Need more info? Please have a look at the tech specs of the AiST Universal Keyboard. We’ve used quality materials
We are a small group of young professionals sharing with the world our simple solution to a major challenge among Afrikan people.
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This is our mobile keyboard. Enjoy translating or writing in multiple languages whilst out and about, for leisure or profession. You don't need to know how to spell Akan (Twi) or English words. This keyboard has a built-in spell checker in both languages.
This is a mobile download link to the Store.