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A Handbook of the Swahili Language: As Spoken at Zanzibar
Edward Steere,Arthur Cornwallis Madan
No preview available - 2016
Adjectives agreeing animate answer applied Arabic bear become beginning bring called carry cause child cloth cocoa-nut coming common cooked corn denoting dialect English expressed fall fanya final fire fish followed fourth class fruit give grow hand head hold kind kwenda language leave letter light maji mark meaning Momb native negative neut nouns nouns like nyumba objective prefix one's oneself pass passive past person piece piga plur plural possessive prefix present Pronouns proper referring relative remain represented round ship side sing singular slave sometimes sort sound speak stand stick stone substantive Swahili syllable tell tense thing third person thou translated tree turn verb vowel wind wood Zanzibar