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About the use of "Kwanza" [And Logical connectives/Transition words]

Hello everyone !

Would anyone know if it is possible to use "Kwanza" as "First"/"Firstly"/"In a First time" in English ? Moreover, I'm searching some other logical connectives/transitions words (And/However/Moreover/Thus/But/Futhermore/Or/...) than "na" in order to create longer phrases but I don't really know which one is really used by native speakers and in which context.

Do you have any ideas ?

January 22, 2019

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https://www.duolingo.com/machieng

here is a flashcard I made of some conjunctions: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/8UNrAc8D/swahili-affirmations-conjunctions

yes, kwanza does mean 'first/firstly'. If you want to say 'first (noun)', that translates to -a kwanza e.g. 'first time' is mara ya kwanza

January 22, 2019
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