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Prince William kasoma Tanzania

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Ng'wanza Madaso, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. Ng'wanza Madaso

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    Nimekutana nayo Mtandaoni kwenye wikipedia Yake, Je alikuwa akiishi wapi?

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    He was educated at four schools in the United Kingdom and obtained a degree from the University of St Andrews. He spent parts of a gap year in Chile, Belize, and countries in Africa, most notably Kenya where he has lived and holidayed several times. Besides his engagement to Kate whilst living in Kenya,

    Prince William has also taken Kiswahili studies at universities in Kenya and Tanzania. He was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Blues and Royals regiment of the Household Cavalry—serving with his brother Prince Harry—and, two years later, earned his wings by completing pilot training at Royal Air Force College Cranwell. In 2009, the Prince transferred to the Royal Air Force, was promoted to flight lieutenant and underwent helicopter flying training in order to become a full time pilot with the Search and Rescue Force. In Autumn 2010, he completed his general and special-to-type helicopter training and he is now at RAF Valley on No. 22 Squadron performing co-pilot duties on board a Sea King search and rescue helicopter.

    Prince William
    married his longtime girlfriend, the then Catherine Middleton, on 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey.[SUP][3][/SUP] Hours prior to his wedding, Prince William was created Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus

     
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    Tanzania imechomekewa kimakosa! Huku hakuna umeme angekaa gizani?
     
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    ataogea maji ya chupa?
     
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    sio kweli..angesomaje na wakati umeme hakuna
     
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    Kuna mpuuzi mmoja wa kitengo cha diplomasia hapa bongo aliedit na kuchomeka hiyo nchi ya pili, kuwakomoa wakenya
     
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    umeona enheee..
     
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    alijifunza kwa distance learning
     
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    Prince William learns Swahili


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    Britain's Prince William has said that he is learning to speak Swahili. The prince, the eldest son of Prince Charles and the late Diana Princess of Wales, said he was teaching himself the language because of his love of Africa.
    "I've got a book and a book-tape... I have them in my room and they're collecting dust quite rapidly but I am trying to make progress," he said.

    He is planning to do environmental work in Africa when he leaves St Andrews University, instead of the traditional royal career in the military, he says.
    Almost 50 million people in eastern and central Africa speak Swahili.

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    William spent part of his gap year before going to university in Swahili-speaking Kenya and Tanzania. He also went to Botswana.

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    The Times of London reports that his great-great-aunt Princess Alice, 101 also learnt Swahili during a year-long stay in Kenya.

    "It's an odd language to learn but I wanted to do something that was very specialised. I love the people of Africa and I'd like to know more about them - and to speak to them."

    The theme of his 21st birthday party at Windsor Castle next month is reported to be "Out of Africa".
    William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth was in Kenya when she learnt that her father George VI had died and she would accede to the throne.

    source: news.bbc
     
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    Kumbe eeh, kazi nzuri sana, endelea
     
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    Alisoma open university hicho kiswahili
     
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    hahaah Rev. UNAAKILI SANA.
     
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    Mimi niliambiwa alikua akiishi pale mtoni kwa Azizi Ali kwa siri sana halafu alikua na mwalimu mmoja alikua anaingia mitaa ya gizagiza anafundisha verse za kiswahili kwa mbali!
     
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    Ah ah ah people say Minds are like parachutes...!
     
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    Wazungu bhana.. eti anajifunza kiswahili kwa tape.

    Angeenda kwa Ras Simba pale Tandale uzuri jamaa ana uwezo wa kufundisha kiingereza kwa wiki 6 (kwa mujibu wa bango lake), nna uhakika kiswahili huyo prince angefundishwa ndani ya wiki na angeweza hata kwenda ku-bargain bei kwa wale machangu wa OHiO fresh tu.
     
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    I like it, we dont have to ask the answer is on the bold portion.
     
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    Mkuu usome vizuri huu mstari, Prince William has also taken Kiswahili studies at universities in Kenya and Tanzania.
     
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    Ngosha vitabu na tape vinapata vumbi quite rapidly
     
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    which university in Tanzania?
     
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    Baba ntale, hapo nami najiuliza ni lini na wapi, Sijapata jibu.
     
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    Mkuu hayo ndo huitwa majibu mepesi mepesi.
     
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