"Angenunua simu angepata zawadi"
Translation:If she were to buy a phone, she would get a gift
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The English translation is missing the words "if" and "a" ... and to make it slightly more natural English: "If he bought a phone, he would get a gift."
The Swahili sentence breaks down to:
When you've got two -nge- verbs in a sentence, you can assume the first one is the "if" one (here "if s/he bought") and the second one the "then" one (here: "(then) s/he would receive").