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Can we hold a DISCUSSION in SWAHILI ?

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Re: Can we hold a DISCUSSION in SWAHILI ?

Postby Set » 2014-12-27, 13:17

Najua hii ni suali kukuu lakini kuna baadhi ya mifano ya nano huku:
[url=Mapokezi]http://de.bab.la/woerterbuch/swahili-englisch/mapokezi[/url]

Mimi nina suali pia. But I'll say it in English; where do you put the object prefix when you have two verbs? For example 'I want to see you', is it nataka kukuona or nakutaka kuone? Or both?
Native: (en) Good: (de) (ca) Focusing on: (fa) (ku) (ps) Interested in: (zza) (tr) (sw)


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