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Somo La Kwanza


asubuhi morning
au or
baba Father
bibi ms.,mrs.,miss
bwana mr.,sir
gani? what kind? what sort?
habari how are you
-itika respond, affirm
je used when asking a question
mama Mother
mchana afternoon
mwalimu/walimu teacher/teachers
mwananfunzi/wanafunzi student/students
mzee/wazee elder, old person/plural
ndugu sibling/relative
nzuri good
salama safety,peace
-sema speak,say
sijambo I'm fine
tu only,just,merely
wewe you
basi well,then,well then
-fundisha teach
kufundisha/anafundisha to teach(infinitive)/s/he is teaching
haya alright,ok
kuitika/anaitika to respond(infinitive)/s/he is responding
mmoja one person
mwingine another person,other person
na and
sana very,very much,a lot
sasa now
kusema/anasema/wanasema to speak/s/he is speaking/they are speaking
-soma/kusoma read, study/to study, read(infinitive)
vizuri very well,fine
yeye she,he
Created by: corrinjack