It didn't tell me it was here for some reason, but I saw someone in the comments with levels in Swahili today, so I found out.
Same, in fact the person I saw was TseDanylo :P
It is very convient when a Dutch person like me has to learn this sentence as the third sentence encountered since starting the course.
I know right
It is a sentence you're definitely going to need some day as a Dutch person. So it pretty fun you learn it so early on.
Hi, does anybody know if this course has audio? Without it, it's so difficult to memorize words
Just get in the habit of pronouncing the words for now. You can look up the sounds in various sources like: https://www.languagetransfer.org/complete-swahili
My brain keeps wanting to translate the m like it's Hebrew, and I have to stop myself writing "I am from Holland". Dear brain, different language!
Should this be pronounced like muh'holanzi (m'holanzi) or molanzi?
WHERE MY DUTCH LEARNERS AT???
Behind the at.
Does the "mimi" have to be capitalised?
"mimi ni mholanzi" Me too!
Mimi can also mean I? Wonderful
If Swahili wasn't here I would be mad.Don't all of you agree?
i am not dutch
Hi i am unable to access audio for this particular language! :(