Learn Swahili Words

Learn Swahili Words

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Prepare these words on posters or cards
Use African colors and harvest foods to decorate the cards or posters containing the words. asante (ah-sahn'-tay): thank you bendera (ben-de'-rah) the red, black, and green striped flag of Africa bibi (bee'-bee) Mrs. boga (bo'-gah): pumpkin buba (boo'-buh): an African house bwana (bwah'-nuh): Mr. chakula (sha-koo'-lah): food chungwa (chuhng'-wah): orange daktari (dahk-tah'-ree): doctor dashiki (dah-shee'kee): an African man's tunic duka (doo'-kuh): shop fundi (fuhn'-dee): teacher or mentor gele (gay'-lay): an African woman's head cloth or turban habari (hah-bah'-ree): How are you? jambo (jahm'-bo): hello kanzu (kan'-zoo): an African man's robe karamu (kah-rah'-moo): a thanksgiving harvest feast, held on the last day of Kwanzaa kofi (ko'-fee): an African hat kwaheri (kwa-heh'-ree): goodbye loppa (lahp'-pah): an African skirt matunda (mah-toon'-dah): fruit nanasi (nah-nah'-see): pineapple nazi (nah'-zee): coconut ndizi (nuh-dee'-zee): banana peya (pay'-yah): pear tafadali (tah-fah-dah'-lee): please toto (toh'-toh): child tufa (too'-fah): apple tutaonana (too-tow-nah'-nah): good-bye wototo (wo-to'-to): children zazibu (zah-zee'-boo): grapes --- also you can use these Kwanzaa terms: kikomba cha umoja - the juice shaped cup kinara - a candleholder mazao - fresh vegetables and fruit mishumaa saba - seven holiday candles (three red on the left, black in the middle, and three green on the right) mkeka - table mat muhindi - corn zawadi - presents to exchange with friends
 
 
 
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