/yɛyɛ ni m̩hɔ'lanzi/
The h might not be pronounced, I'm not sure. This is the closest we get to audio for now.
It is actually pronounced. You just pronounce it in the same way you would pronounce the first part of the word "hoe"
What's the etymology of the word "mholanzi"?
Comes from the word "Holand"
Class 1 prefix m- + Holanzi. The class 1 prefix is often for people or animals. The root word is probably borrowed from English or German, or maybe Portuguese.
Hi so this is so hard when you first start its really hard but i know some words like mkate it means usa
No mkate means bread. I learn swahili too
Swahili is easy. Swahili ni rahisi sana!! You can ask me some questions. If I can be able to answer I'll tell you. I learnt swahili in Duolingo best app ever!!
Ooooooo this new voice ni mzuri sana!!
How would you say "I am polish" and "I am Russian" ?
Mimi ni Mpoli.
Mimi ni Mrusi.
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Why whenever I translate yeye as she it always gives me a little "Another translation is 'He is...' but when I translate it as he, it just says good job with no comment about how she would be just as correct?
Since Yeye can mean He AND She, how do you know which to put? I wrote "He/she" and it was marked wrong!!