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Prepositional Verb?

-pika
-pikia (to cook for someone)

Emily alipikia maandazi kwa Jamie.
Emily cooked maandazi for Jamie.
Prepositional Verb?

-lipa
-lipia (to pay for someone)

Baba atalipia ada zangu za shule.
Dad will pay my school fees.
Prepositional Verb?

-tengeneza
-tengenezea (to fix for)

Mtengenezaji atakuja kutengenezea bafu yangu.
The handyman is coming to fix my bathroom for me.
Prepositional Verb?

-tunza
-tunzia (to raise/take care of someone/something for someone else)
Nitatunzia mmea wake mpaka anarudi.
I will take care of her plant until she returns.
Prepositional Verb?

-andika
-andikia (to write to someone)

Atamwandikia barua pepe leo.
He will write her an email today.
Prepositional Verb?

-jenga
-jengea (to build for)

Mama alimjengea nyumba mumewe.
The mother built her husband a house.
Prepositional Verb?

-kosa
-kosea (to make a mistake)

[-kosa (to miss, mistake)]
Amekosea alipoendesha gari.
He made a mistake while driving.
Prepositional Verb?

-leta
-letea (to bring for someone)

Anakuletea chupa cha maji.
He is bringing you the bottle of water.
Prepositional Verb?

-weka
-wekea (to place for someone, keep for someone)

Atawekea kazi yangu ya nyumbani chini ya mlango wa Mwalimu.
She will put my homework underneath the teacher's door.
Prepositional Verb?

-tembea
-tembelea (to visit)

Nimefurahi sana utanitembelea Jumamosi!
I'm so happy you're coming to visit me on Saturday!
Prepositional Verb?

-lia
-lilia (to cry for something, someone)

Mchanga analilia mamake.
The young child is crying for her mother.
Prepositional Verb?

-fungua
-fungulia (to open for someone)

Alifungulia mlango mimi.
He opened the door for me.
Prepositional Verb?

-nunua
-nunulia (to buy for someone)

Kelly atanunulia zawadi familia yake.
Kelly will buy gifts for his family.
Prepositional Verb?

-sema
-semea (speak for someone--on their behalf)

Rais anawasemea wananchi wa Marekani.
The president speaks on behalf of the citizens of America.
Prepositional Verb?

-pokea
-pokelea (receive for someone)

Utanipokelea kitabu changu itakapofika.
You will recieve my book for me when it arrives.