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Dropping Swahili as a Subject in Schools.
Fullykenyan
#61 Posted : Wednesday, September 27, 2017 9:39:11 PM
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Joined: 7/27/2014
Posts: 554
Location: Eastlando
@Hardwood just a simple lesson for you. There was never the language german before, that is spoken today. The german of today is called "Hochdeutsch" meaning high German. Before, people spoke dialects that are equivalent to the sub languages of Luhya or Kalenjin. There was kölsch, schwabisch etc. Germans saw it prudent to have a language that is understood by everyone and that is why they came up with Hochdeutch.it is the official language of Germany. The same can be said of French,Russian and English. Very few people still speak these dialects. If Kenya is to make progress, we need to encourage the growth of kiswahili because, it is the only language that is well developed.by the way,have you ever seen Department of Okuyu anywhere on this earth?.Just to inform you,many serious Unis all over the world have a department of kiswahili. Europeans would not create a redundant department. It is because they have seen the value of kiswahili. In Germany,there are many companies with Kiswahili names. Have you ever never seen an okuyu one. Smell the coffee son of Okuyu
Ngalaka
#62 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:23:59 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 10/29/2008
Posts: 1,530
TUJIFUNZE KISWAHILI
1. Charger - kimemeshi
2. Remote - kitenzambali
3. Password - nywila
4. Akala (bladder shoes) - kirikiri
5. Passion fruit - karakara
6. Kangaroo - bukunyika
7. Fridge - jokofu
8. Juice - sharubati
9. Chips - vibanzi
10. PHD - uzamifu
11. Masters degree - uzamili
12. Degree - shahada
13. Diploma - stashahada
14. Certificate - astashahada
15. Keyboard - kicharazio
16. Scanner - mdaki
17. Flash disk - diski mweko
18. Mouse (for a computer) - kiteuzi
19. Floppy disk - diski tepetevu
20. Computer virus - mtaliga
21. Distillation - ukenekaji
22. Evaporation - mvukizo
23. Synthesis - uoanishaji
24. Oesophagus - umio
25. Greenhouse - kivungulio
26. Femur - fupaja
27. Germ cell - selizazi
28. Humus - mboji
29. Nector - mbochi/ntwe
30. Nutrients - virutubisho
31. Crystal - fuwele
32. Appetizers - vihamuzi
33. ATM - kiotomotela
34. Business card - kadikazi
35. Scratch card - kadi hela
36. Simcard - kadiwia/mkamimo
37. Memory card - kadi sakima
38. Microwave - tanuri ya miale
39. Mobile phone - rununu/rukono
40. Stapler - kibanizi
41. Laptop - kipakatalishi
42. Power saw - msumeno oto
43. Duplicating machine - kirudufu
44. Photocopier - kinukuzi
45. Cocktail party - tafrija mchapulo
46. Air conditioner - kiyoyozi
47. Calculator - kikokotozi
48. Lift - kambarau
49. Reaction - radiamali
50. Toothpick - kichokonoo
d'oh! d'oh! d'oh!
Isuni yilu yi maa me muyo - ni Mbisuu
AlphDoti
#63 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:47:41 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 6/20/2008
Posts: 6,057
Location: Kenya
Fullykenyan wrote:
@Hardwood just a simple lesson for you. There was never the language german before, that is spoken today. The german of today is called "Hochdeutsch" meaning high German. Before, people spoke dialects that are equivalent to the sub languages of Luhya or Kalenjin. There was kölsch, schwabisch etc. Germans saw it prudent to have a language that is understood by everyone and that is why they came up with Hochdeutch.it is the official language of Germany. The same can be said of French,Russian and English. Very few people still speak these dialects. If Kenya is to make progress, we need to encourage the growth of kiswahili because, it is the only language that is well developed.by the way,have you ever seen Department of Okuyu anywhere on this earth?.Just to inform you,many serious Unis all over the world have a department of kiswahili. Europeans would not create a redundant department. It is because they have seen the value of kiswahili. In Germany,there are many companies with Kiswahili names. Have you ever never seen an okuyu one. Smell the coffee son of Okuyu

This is true. Even Chinese have hundreds of dialects, but have chosen official language, Mandarin.
hardwood
#64 Posted : Wednesday, June 19, 2019 2:05:04 PM
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Joined: 7/28/2015
Posts: 9,486
Location: Rodi Kopany, Homa Bay
AlphDoti wrote:
Fullykenyan wrote:
@Hardwood just a simple lesson for you. There was never the language german before, that is spoken today. The german of today is called "Hochdeutsch" meaning high German. Before, people spoke dialects that are equivalent to the sub languages of Luhya or Kalenjin. There was kölsch, schwabisch etc. Germans saw it prudent to have a language that is understood by everyone and that is why they came up with Hochdeutch.it is the official language of Germany. The same can be said of French,Russian and English. Very few people still speak these dialects. If Kenya is to make progress, we need to encourage the growth of kiswahili because, it is the only language that is well developed.by the way,have you ever seen Department of Okuyu anywhere on this earth?.Just to inform you,many serious Unis all over the world have a department of kiswahili. Europeans would not create a redundant department. It is because they have seen the value of kiswahili. In Germany,there are many companies with Kiswahili names. Have you ever never seen an okuyu one. Smell the coffee son of Okuyu

This is true. Even Chinese have hundreds of dialects, but have chosen official language, Mandarin.


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