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Harambee shule' on line kiswahili presentation module i

  1. 1. Karibu – Welcome to Kiswahili<br />Module I<br />Harambee Shule’<br />Bibi Make’da Fatou Na’eem, MSW-R<br />The Harambee Leadership Academy, Inc.<br />Kiswahili 101<br />
  2. 2. Conjugate verbs<br />Six possessive pronouns, express individual feelings<br />Objectives of Basic 101:<br />Demonstrate basic communication skills in Kiswahili<br />BASIC 101 <br />Learn about the cultural contexts and manifestations of the Swahili people<br />Introduce self, family members, and friends<br />
  3. 3. Kiswahili is predominately spoken on the East coast of Afrika; and some parts of South Afrika. It is an indigenous Bantu language. Some of the verbs and nouns are shared with the Arabic language; however the grammar and the language itself is Bantu.<br />
  4. 4. Introduction<br />Greetings<br />Personal Pronouns<br />
  5. 5. GREETINGS<br />Habarigani? What’s the news?/ What’s Up?<br />Habarizaasubuhi? How is the morning?<br />Habarizako? How are you? – (s)<br />Habariza mama yako? How is your mother?<br />Habarizafamiliayako? How is your family?<br />
  6. 6. Assignments:<br />This is a schedule of weekly assignments and handouts. Other links may apply. <br />
  7. 7. Interesting Facts<br />In Kiswahili language, feelings are identified by how one:<br /> I ninasikia –I hear<br />ninaona – I see<br />Example: Nasikianjaa. “I am hungry.”<br />
  8. 8. OBJECTIVE PREFIXES & SUBJECT MARKERS –NOUN CLASS I – people/animate beings<br />MIMI (me) nini<br />WEWE (you) kuu<br />YEYE (him/her) m (mw-before a verb that <br /> begins with a vowel) a<br />SISI (us) tu<br />NINYI (you all) wa<br />Wao (them) wa<br />
  9. 9. VERB TENSES<br />PAST TENSE LI<br />FUTURE TENSE TA<br />PRESENT TENSE NA<br />
  10. 10. Baridi – cold<br />Joto – hot<br />Kiu – thirst/thirsty<br />Njaa – hungry<br />Furaha – joy/happiness<br />Huzuni – sad/sadness<br />Usingizi – sleepy<br />Visuri – good<br />Vibaya – bad<br />Choka - tired<br />Word Bank<br /><ul><li>penda – love/like
  11. 11. Baba – father
  12. 12. Mama – mother
  13. 13. Asubuhi – morning
  14. 14. Chuo kikuu – university
  15. 15. Nchi –country
  16. 16. Mji – city
  17. 17. Jimbo – state
  18. 18. Mkoa – province
  19. 19. Jina – name
  20. 20. Darasa – classroom</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Kalamu – pen
  21. 21. Kitabu – book
  22. 22. Mwalimu – teacher
  23. 23. Somo – lesson
  24. 24. Sema – say/speak
  25. 25. Rudia – repeat
  26. 26. Tafadhali – please
  27. 27. Asante – thanks
  28. 28. Soma – read
  29. 29. La/hapana – no
  30. 30. Ndiyo/naam – yes
  31. 31. Sielewi – I do not understand
  32. 32. Labda – maybe
  33. 33. Kwanini? – Why
  34. 34. Kuwa – be
  35. 35. Kuwana – have
  36. 36. Taka – want
  37. 37. Andika – write
  38. 38. Ondoka – leave
  39. 39. Nunua – buy
  40. 40. Elewa/fahamu- understand</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Kumbuku –remember
  41. 41. Tazama – look/watch
  42. 42. Hitaji – need
  43. 43. Pika – cook
  44. 44. Pata – get
  45. 45. Fa/fariki – die
  46. 46. Fanya – do/make
  47. 47. Jibu – answer
  48. 48. Uliza – ask
  49. 49. Cheza – play
  50. 50. Ishi – live
  51. 51. Itwa – be called
  52. 52. Amka – wake up</li></ul>Vaa – wear<br />Zaliwa – be born<br />Weza – be able to<br />Tembelea/zuru – visit<br />Imba – sing<br />La – eat<br />Ja – come<br />Jua – know<br />Kaa – stay<br />Ona – see<br />Rudi – return<br />Toka – come from<br />Sahau - forget<br />
  53. 53. <ul><li>Jifunza – learn/study
  54. 54. Cheka – laugh
  55. 55. Pita –pass
  56. 56. Safiri – travel
  57. 57. Nywa – drink
  58. 58. Eleza – explain
  59. 59. Hifadhi – protect
  60. 60. Kata – finish/complete
  61. 61. Oga– shower/bathe
  62. 62. Fika – arrive
  63. 63. Fundisha – teach
  64. 64. Lima – farm </li></ul>Mitihani – exam<br />Jenga – build<br />Oa – marry (male)<br />Olewa – marry (female)<br />
  65. 65. S<br />T<br />O<br />V<br />E<br />SUBJECT<br />TENSE<br />OBJECT PREFIX<br />VERB<br />ENDING <br />
  66. 66. S…..T….O…V….E….<br />Ni naku soma a<br /> I (present) “to” like penda<br />NINAKUSOMAPENDA <br />I LIKE TO READ <br />
  67. 67. Important to know:<br />WA SEMAJE? “HOW DO YOU SAY____?”<br />NASIJUI? “I DO NOT UNDERSTAND?<br />NASISAHAI? “I FORGOT”<br />
  68. 68. ANDIKA KWA KISWAHILI<br />I like _____________.<br />They live in America (Marekani).<br />We come from _________.<br />You (pl) are asking a question.___________<br />
  69. 69. ANDIKA KWA KISWAHILI-2<br />We like the city of (kwa) Texas.______________<br />Madame Make’da studies (unasomea) at (katika) the university of Ohio State._____________<br />________________________________.<br />
  70. 70. Conclusion<br />Provide a brief summary of what you have learned. Andikakwa Kiswahili. Asante. 4/11/2011<br />
  71. 71. Questions & Answers<br />Please post questions on “Learn our Languages” on FB. 4/3/2011 Bibi Make’da<br />Personal tutoring: makedanaeem@gmail.com<br />
  72. 72. Resources: TBA<br />

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