So what does this word really mean: "Summer" or "Dry Season"? Different things in different parts of the world...
we know it as dry season, but I suspect they put down summer for the English speakers living in places that have the 4 seasons
Thanks! Dry season actually makes much more sense in the Swahill speaking region.
Where I'm from, summer is the wet season and winter is dry, so this is just confusing.
Where I live it never rains in winter time (but lots of snow) :)
Never rain in the winter were i am from,but it sure does snow alot.
Please confirm these are correct translations: "Msimu wa ukame" (Dry season); "Msimu" (Summer).
Ukame is drought, so more natural calamity than season. Msimu means season