Welcome = karibu
Thank you = asante sana
What is your name? = jina lako nani?
Bye and bye/so-so = kwaheri
God bless you = mungu akubariki
Praise the Lord! = bwana asifiwe
Howdy! = jambo!
Don’t worry = usiogope
Good morning = harari ya asabuhi Friend = rafiki
What is the news? = habari gani
I want to learn how to swear in Swahili? can someone teach me how? like tell me how to pronounce it and what the English word is and the Swahili word is
Here is a website…I can’t post the bad words here on learnswahili.net . I would get in trouble lol.
Leo wasauzi mtapiga
Aisee wasauzi mna gundu, sijawahi ona
What do these mean?
Hello friend of Earth.
Are you a foreigner to mother Africa?
(I’m an expert in Swahili)
Interesting video on learning swahili :
The video teaches basic Kiswahili language for traveller. Eliminate the fear of learning Kiswahili because kiswahili has very few words to learn.
Duration : 0:8:44
I’m thinking about learning swahili? How hard is it to learn when english is my first language? Any other good language ideas for me? I want to be a linguist and a translator. I was thinking maybe Farsi…thanks!
It’s pretty hard to learn if you come from a purely English language backround. It is much easier to read than to speak. However, you should try learning French or perhaps some Latin.
check the how hard is Swahili to learn post for an answer to this question
This is a short video discussing different options for learning Swahili.
Duration : 0:4:52
Yes, there is work to be done but there is also lots to talk about and learn. “Nguo” means “clothing”.
Duration : 0:2:39
My two “students” of swahili
Duration : 0:0:32
Interesting way of teaching swahili. check it out
Duration : 0:9:40
This DVD teaches over 70 basic swahili words that will give you a head start in learning Swahili Language. Kiswahili or swahili is spoken by all countries in Eastern Africa. It is the most spoken language in Africa.
Duration : 0:4:28