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St. Patrick's Day

Siku ya Mtakatifu Patrick
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money
pesa (n)
money
Pesa hutumika kulipa bidhaa na huduma.
Money is used as payment for goods and services.
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green
kijani (adj)
green
Kimulimuli yuko kwenye jani kibichi.
The firefly is on the green leaf.
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holiday
likizo (n)
holiday
mapambo ya likizo
holiday decorations
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beer
pombe (n)
beer
Hadimu anamwaga pombe chachu.
The bartender is pouring a draft beer.
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potato
viazi (n)
potato
Viazi ni asili muhimu ya chakula cha nguvu kwa watu wengi.
Potatoes are an important source of food energy for many.
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dance
kukatika (v)
dance
katika kwenye jukwaa
dance on a platform
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rainbow
upinde wa mvua
rainbow
mandhari ya upinde wa mvua
scenic rainbow
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March
Machi (n)
March
Machi ndipo mnapoanza msimu wa chipukizi katika sehemu ya Kaskazini mwa dunia na msimu wa pukutisha katika sehemu ya Kusini
March marks the start of Spring in the northen hemisphere and fall in the southern hemisphere.
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gold
dhahabu (n)
gold
Ireland
Ayalandi
Ireland
four-leaf clover
ua la majani nne
four-leaf clover
Saint Patrick
Mtakatifu Patrick (n)
Saint Patrick
pot of gold
chungu cha dhahabu
pot of gold
pinch
chuna (n)
pinch
lucky
bahati (n)
lucky
leprechaun
leprukon (n)
leprechaun
luck
bahati (n)
luck
Irish
Mwayalandi (n)
Irish
Saint Patrick's Day
Sikukuu ya mtakatifu Patrick (n)
Saint Patrick's Day
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Wednesday at 12:05 am
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Hey Listeners! Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Let us know your answer in Swahili!

Monday at 4:00 pm
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Jambo Jan,

Congratulations for trying. For it to sound correct, you add ‘na’ before penda.
Ndiyo! Mimi napenda kijani! Continue enjoying swahiliPod101.com learning experience.

Joshua
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jan
Monday at 8:29 pm
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Ndiyo! Mimi penda kijani!