Learn Ga Now was started by friends Anas Ayi-Bonte and Joan Gregerson. We work together to bring you authentic Ga, in fun, effective formats!


Ready to learn Ga? Let us introduce the Ga teachers that we recommend...

Anas Ayi-Bonte


My name is Anas Ayi-Bonte, the Ga Teacher. Anas is pronounced “uh-noss”.

I am Wednesday-born. I grew up near Accra in Ghana. I grew up speaking the Ga language and I enjoy teaching people to speak it.

You can take part in my Ga language lessons online or contact me to schedule a phone or in-person class. I am happy to share the opportunity to speak my native language with you.

 

Nana Dokua Obuobi

My name is Nana Dokua Obuobi. My native language is Ga, the beautiful language of Ghana. I grew up in the Greater Accra Region, a region that houses the capital of Ghana. I grew up speaking Ga in my family and I was taught to read and write Ga in Sunday School. I teach students interested in learning the Ga language at all levels. I add in music and audio recordings to make lessons more lively and fun.

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Nana is an ambassador in our Learn Ga Now community. You'll see her regularly posting songs and helpful phrases in our Facebook group to get you learning Ga everyday!

Nana graduated with a Math and Statistics degree from Cape Coast University in Ghana and earned her Master's degree in Actuarials at the University of Nebraska.

Contact Nana to find out about getting her daily Ga lessons and 1-to-1 sessions. Nana is an independent Ga language tutor.

Please email Nana at nanadok15 (at) yahoo.com


About Joan Gregerson 

I work with the Ga language teachers to develop lessons that will be enjoyable and useful. I use my experience as a teacher to design lessons that have a variety of ways to listen, speak, read and write, and master the language.

I have taught English to adults and children, in the US, South Korea and Saudi Arabia. I am a language learner as well as a teacher. I have visited Ghana several times and am learning Ga with you!

I love Ghana!