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Author Safari, J. F.
Title Swahili made easy : a beginner's complete course / J.F. Safari.
Imprint Dar-es-Salaam : Mkuki na Nyota, [2012]
©2012

Author Safari, J. F.
Subject Swahili language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- English.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 258 pages)
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Contents Cover ; Title page ; Copyright page ; Contents ; DIBAJI; INTRODUCTION; PART ONE -- LESSON 1 -- 28 ; LESSON 1. THE SWAHILI PRONUNCIATION ; LESSON 2. SWAHILI GREETINGS AND MANNERS; LESSON 3. THE CLASSIFICATION OF SWAHILI NOUNS; LESSON 4. THE SWAHILI ADJECTIVE; LESSON 5. THE MI -- MI CLASS; LESSON 6. THE KI-VI CLASS; LESSON 7. THE N CLASS; LESSON 8. THE MA CLASS; LESSON 9. THE U CLASS; LESSON 10. THE PA AND KU CLASSES; LESSON 11. SWAHILI NUMBERS; LESSON 12. COMPARISON; LESSON 13. THE SWAHILI VERBS; LESSON 14. KUWA, KUWA NA, KUWAKO; LESSON 15. WHO? WHOSE? WHICH? WHAT?
LESSON 16. MORE ABOUT PERSONAL PRONOUNSLESSON 17. THE SWAHILI NEGATIVE FORMS; LESSON 18. ORDERS AND WISHES; LESSON 19. DEMONSTRATIVES: THIS AND THAT; LESSON 20. POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS; LESSON 21. THE CONDITIONAL TENSES; LESSON 22. THE PASSIVE VOICE; LESSON 23. THE EKA AND lKA TENSES; LESSON 24. THE IMPERSONAL AND THE RECIPROCAL FORMS OF VERBS; LESSON 25. THE RELATIVES; LESSON 26. SWAHILI ADVERBS AND PREPOSITIONS; LESSON 27. HOW TO TELL TIME IN SWAHILI; LESSON 28. NOMINAL PREFIXES; PART TWO -- LESSON 29 -- 40 ; LESSON 29. TATU21 NA WATOTO WAKE NYUMBANI; LESSON 30. TATU AENDA SOKONI.
LESSON 31. DUKANILESSON 32. BARABARANI; LESSON 33. TATU BAHARINI; LESSON 34. TATU SERENGETI; LESSON 35. BARS AND RESTAURANTS; LESSON 36. KIWANJA CHA NDEGE; LESSON 37. KAZINI; LESSON 38. SHULE YETU; LESSON 39. SIASA YA TANZANIA; LESSON 40. TATU AENDA POSTA; KEY TO EXERCISES; PART ONE; PART TWO; VOCABULARY; SWAHILI-ENGLlSH VOCABULARY; ENGLISH-SWAHILI VOCABULARY; SWAHILI NOUNS ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THEIR NOMINAL PREFIXES; Back cover.
Summary This handy book is a beginne̐rưs complete course in the Swahili language, designed especially for foreigners. The book is a result of the autho̐rưs many years of teaching experience. It is divided into two parts: part one covers pronunciation; Swahili greetings and manners; classification of nouns; adjectives, verbs, adverbs, etc. in twenty-eight lessons and thirty-six exercises. part two includes a study of Swahili usage in specific situations (e.g. at home, in the market, on the road, at the airport, etc.); eleven further lessons and thirteen exercises; the key to the exercises in Parts One an.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789987082100 (electronic bk.)
9987082106 (electronic bk.)
9987081797
9789987081790
9976100124 (print)
9789976100129 (print)
9789987081790
9987081797
OCLC # 818173669
Additional Format Print version: Safari, J.F. Swahili made easy. Dar-es-Salaam : Mkuki na Nyota, ©2012 9789987081790 (OCoLC)813144235


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