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Vocabulary Lists Phrases Your Parents Always Say

Phrases Your Parents Always Say

Misemo Wazazi wako Husema Kila Wakati Kwa Kiswahili
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Be careful.
Jihadhari.
Be careful.
Be quiet.
Nyamaza.
Be quiet.
I love you.
Nakupenda.
I love you.
Do your homework!
Fanya yako ya ziada!
Do your homework!
Stop.
Koma. (v)
Stop.
Behave.
Fanya adabu.
Behave.
Go to bed.
Nenda kalale.
Go to bed.
I'm going to count to three.
Mimi nina kwenda kuhesabu hadi tatu.
I'm going to count to three.
Turn the TV off now.
Zima runinga sasa.
Turn the TV off now.
What did you say?
Ulisema nini?
What did you say?
Pull your pants up.
Vuta suruali yako juu.
Pull your pants up.
I'm not kidding.
Mimi sina mchezo.
I'm not kidding.
What did I just say?
Je, mimi nimesema nini?
What did I just say?
No running inside!
Hakuna mbio ndani!
No running inside!
Did you brush your teeth?
Je, ulipiga mswaki meno yako?
Did you brush your teeth?
Close the door.
Funga mlango.
Close the door.
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