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LESSON #45: Hadithi, Hadithi…#2 (Kisima cha Kwanza)

So I came across this animated story on youtube and figured I’d ‘borrow’ it and teach some vocabulary. (I do not own any of this material, all rights belong to BookBox).

Words to learn:

  • Kisima (visima)– well
  • Ufalme (falme)– kingdom
  • Ziwa (maziwa)– lake
  • Kiangazi– summer
  • Mfalme (wafalme)– king
  • Mashamba (shamba)– farms
  • Wakulima (mkulima)– farmers
  • Wavuvi (mvuvi)– fishermen
  • Janga (majanga)– disaster; calamity
  • Kiu– thirst
  • Joto– heat
  • Vumbi (uvumbi)– dust
  • Baridi– cold
  • Ajuza– old woman
  • Upeo– horizon
  • Pango (mapango)– cave
  • Barafu– ice
  • Gari la farasi (magari ya farasi)– chariot
  • Mbegu– seed
  • Mawaziri (waziri)– ministers
  • Ajabu– amazing; surprising; extraordinary….
  • Shimo (mashimo)– hole
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