First the 4 colors of Tanzania’s flag: (being the patriotic citizen that I am, 😉 )
Blue- buluu/ samawati
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Swahili Expression: “ Kumwaga machozi”
*Short sentence example:
– Nilimwaga machozi Read More
(photo courtesy of the web)
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I shall tackle 5 expressions including two congratulatory messages. And that’s it for this week, enjoy your weekend everybody!
I have picked 12 most commonly known professions:
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Another new segment added to the fold! (Je, wajua? =do you know?(formerly known as “what in the world?”) I’ll be tackling a new word, verb, expression etc and explaining its meaning in detail. This will be a segment for every Wednesday, so look forward to learning some new Swahili with me. Any suggestions for a topic are gladly welcome.
Let’s learn how to say the most common body parts in Swahili (Head-shoulders-knees & toes…) Plus there’s 2 other body parts added at the end ; )
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words to learn: harusi, ndoa, maharusi, bibi harusi, bwana harusi, wasimamizi (msimamizi), wakwe (mkwe), mama mkwe, baba mkwe Read More
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Saw this on the web and it got me asking the very same thing! Happy new week good people!