Learn Ewe in Togo
Take the opportunity to immerse yourself in Togo’s fascinating West African culture on one of our Ewe Language Courses. Ewe is a Niger-Congo language spoken in Togo, Ghana and Benin by approximately six million people. Ewe is a tonal language where pitch differences are used to distinguish one word from another.
Living with a host family in the capital city of Lomé, you will have plenty of opportunity to practice your new language skills. Lessons are taught by a local language teacher - they are tailored to your personal level and can be adapted to your interests.
There are two options when it comes to learning Ewe in Togo. You can choose to take part in an intensive standalone Language Course, where you will receive around 15 hours of tuition per week.
After completing your Ewe Language Course, you can also choose to spend time working on one of our Togo volunteer projects, such as Teaching or Care, and put your newly acquired language skills to use in a practical working environment.
Alternatively, you can choose to sign up for our 5-hour, 14-hour, or 30-hour Language Course add-ons, which run alongside your main volunteer project. These prices are in addition to your main project price. Please take a look at our Togo language prices for more information.