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Vocabulary Lists Top 15 Questions You Should Know For Conversations

Top 15 Questions You Should Know For Conversations

Maswali Iliyo Juu ya Kumi na Tano Unayopaswa Kujua Kwa Maongezi
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How are you?
U hali gani?
How are you?
What's your name?
Jina lako ni nani?
What's your name?
Jina langu ni Petero. Jina lako ni nani?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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What's your phone number?
Nambari yako ya simu ni?
What's your phone number?
Ningelipenda kukupigia simu. Nambari yako ya simu ni?
I would like to call you. What's your phone number?
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How old are you?
Unamiaka ngapi?
How old are you?
Nilazima uwe na miaka 21(ishirini na moja) iliuingie hapa. Unamiaka mingapi?
You must be 21 to enter here. How old are you?
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Where are you from?
Ulizaliwa wapi?
Where are you from?
Waongea kama mwingereza. Unatoka wapi?
You sound British. Where are you from?
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Where do you live?
Unaishi wapi?
Where do you live?
What's this?
Hili ni nini?
What's this?
What did you say?
Ulisema nini?
What did you say?
Where do you work?
Unafanyakazi wapi?
Where do you work?
Where is the bathroom?
Bafu liko wapi?
Where is the bathroom?
When is your birthday?
Siku yako ya kuzaliwa ni lini?
When is your birthday?
Where did you learn Swahili?
Ulijifunza wapi Kiswahili?
Where did you learn Swahili?
How long have you been studying Swahili?
Umekuwa ukijifunza Kiswahili kwa muda gani?
How long have you been studying Swahili?
Have you been to Kenya?
Umeshawahi kuwa Kenya?
Have you been to Kenya?
Do you like Kenyan food?
Je, unapenda chakula cha Kenya?
Do you like Kenyan food?
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Saturday at 1:17 pm
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Hey listeners! Did we miss any other common questions? Leave a comment and tell us what other questions you use a lot!

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Monday at 7:03 pm
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Jambo Ra,


The Swahili is the same but Tanzanian Swahili sometimes use different words "synonyms" for somethings. Continue enjoying the Swahili learning experience.


Joshua

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Ra
Tuesday at 10:21 am
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Is there any difference in Tanzanian and Kenyan Swahili?

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Wednesday at 7:02 pm
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Jambo PatrIck,


Please find away. Even if it means chatting with me by subscribing at premium plus my teacher(https://myteacher.innovativelanguage.com). You can also chat with your friends or family.


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PatrIck
Monday at 7:04 am
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Will find a way to use the phrases.

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Tuesday at 6:03 pm
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Jambo Obote,


Asante for appreciating. I Like Listening To Swahili News? translates to "Napenda kusikiza habari za Swahili" Continue enjoying the Swahili learning experience.


Joshua

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Obote Samb
Thursday at 11:58 pm
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Great Work Done! How Do U Say I Like Listening To Swahili News?

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Saturday at 4:42 pm
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Jambo Lucia,


Thank you for your question. The right translation for 'cope' is 'kabiliana'. This is usually the case if you mention the subject in question. In your previous question, you had not mentioned anything in particular and so the right translation was "Unaendelea aje?". If you add the subject let us say sickness"

"How are you coping with sickness?"

"Unakabiliana aje na ugonjwa?"

I hope it is clear. Please feel free to ask for further clarifications.


Joshua

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Thursday at 8:23 am
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Jambo Lucia,


Thank you for your question. Congratulations you have done well.

How are you coping since I last saw you

"Habari yako, unaendelea aje tangu mwisho nilipokuona"

Continue enjoying the Swahili learning experience.


Joshua

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Lucia
Wednesday at 4:39 pm
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Hi what's coping in Swahili?

Lucia
Friday at 12:42 pm
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How would you translate ' how are you coping since I last saw' would it be Habari yako kukabiliana tangu mimi mwisho alikuona?