Wolof to English

Words in Wolof

Words in Wolof


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How to say 'his' in Wolof

To say the equivalent of the word his, Wolof uses the suffix -m. The suffix -m is attached to the end of the noun possessed.

Examples of using the word 'his' in Wolof

his apple
his pen
his hand
his question
rakkam ju jigéen
his sister

Wolof to English

Each topic in the Wolof to English audio course provides a clear explanation of a particular aspect of Wolof grammar. There are numerous topics in the package. Topics include the Wolof definite article, the indefinite article, Wolof adjectives, Wolof pronouns, Wolof demonstrative pronouns. Each explanation includes examples of usage.

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Important Reasons to learn Wolof

Wolof relatives

If your relatives speak Wolof, it will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking.

Meet someone new

Learning Wolof will increase the number of people on the globe whom you can meet.


If you don't speak Wolof, you will be forced to confine yourself to popular tourist resorts. Knowing even a few phrases of Wolof will make a huge difference. You will meet more people and find it much easier to get around. Learning Wolof provides you with an insight into the way of life of people in Wolof speaking countries.

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Basic words and phrases in Wolof

Get by in Wolof with these basic Wolof words & phrases.

I am twenty years old.

Am naa ñaar fukki at.

My name is Peter.

Piyéer laa tudd.

I am happy.

Dama beg.

I am hungry.

Dama xiif.

I am sad.

Geey naa.

I am learning Spanish.

Damay jàng español.

I am thirsty.

Dama mar.

I am from Canada.

Maa ngi jóge Kanada.