“Hadithi, hadithi” is the phrase most Swahili story tellers use when they start telling a story (‘hadithi’ just means story) & that’s why I named this segment just that.
Hapo zamani za kale palikuwa na mzee mmoja aitwae Kanyawi ambaye alihamia kijiji cha Ntenga kutoka Usambaani. Read More
Let’s see if anyone can translate this into their language and any other language that they may know-do be generous and share with us your answer(s)! (hint: google’s your best friend in this case!)
That’s me trying out my youtube video creation skills!
This is what the word kaa represents:
(photo courtesy of “jijiladar”)
Words to learn: baiskeli, mwendesha baiskeli, begi la mgongoni, majengo (jengo), vioo (kioo) Read More
The guilty (no pun intended!) word today is “ua” which is both a noun and a verb stem with meanings coming from 2 totally different extremes!
Sikiliza: Read More
Swahili Expression: “Kumwaga machozi”
*Short sentence example:
–Nilimwaga machozi Read More
(photo courtesy of the web)
Words to learn: darasa (madarasa), mwalimu (walimu), ubao, wanafunzi (mwanafunzi), sare za shule (sare ya shule), madawati (dawati), shule Read More