Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Lugha' started by Polykid26, Jul 6, 2012.
I'm learning Swahili and I need help. Would someone help me?
Yes please! Just PM then we can arrange. Yourlocation please!
If you really need help you need to provide more details (non exhaustive):
your first language,
Whether you can speak another Bantu language or Arabic, or both
whether you live in a swahiliphone country or not,
your current level of fluency in Swahili,
the reasons you are learning swahili (accademic, short travel, permanent migration, business, just linguistic interest etc),
the ressources (time and money, if any) you would want to spend learning swahili,
the type of assistance required (chatting or actual lessons etc).
Swahili are the coastal peoples, Kiswahili is a language derived (mostly) from Arabic.
I guess you want to learn about Swahili as people and Kiswahili as language.
This is the right place, almost 98% of JF members speak Kiswahili but only around 5% are Swahili. I am proud to say I am among the 5% who are Swahili and my mother tongue is Kiswahili.
Umesahau kuweka kwenye profile yako kwamba wewe ni kinara wa gutter politics ndani ya JF. CCM pros mko less than 1% ndani ya JF.
Hahaha jf bwn! Mtu kasema anataka kulearn kiswahili ina maana hajui, af anaulizwa kwa kiswahili, "uko wapi?" au ndo practise!! Teh teh
I can do that for a fee, if zombi refuses to teach you for free. Let me know, karibu sana
Ndo nilikuwa nimeanza darasa,kwasababu kumuuliza kwa kiingereza ningezidi kumpoteza,kwa hiyo nilivyomuuliza "uko wapi" hapo angeanza kupata mwanga taratibu kwa kuchungulia ka-kamusi kanasemaje na kujibu niko.......!Na vilevile hii inasaidia kujua mwanafunzi anaelewa kwa kiasi gani, ili ujue pa kuanzia, una swali?
Hahaha haya bwana, swali sina ila ka ni hivo si ungemquote hivo atajua unachat tu na raia wengine.
Tuko pamoja mkuu, kweli nimefanya kosa kutokum-quote, lakini kama yuko serious inabidi afuatilie maoni katika uzi wake.Uwe na siku njema
Yap!! Asante nawe pia
Yenyewe,kiswahili ama swahili nywataka ?
I think you are right on percentage but you are not right on "gutter". We tell it as it is, we do not return an old shangingi for a new on pretense.
I am an American from America. I'm Learning Kiswahili because I want to, that's all the reason I have.
1 english is my first language
2 I do not
3 I do not
5 I want to
6 I don't know yet
7 lessons would be nice