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Una nini?
What's the matter?
What do you have?
njaa
hunger
kiu
thirst
umri
age
miaka
years
haraka
hurry
haba
little
kibaba
a measuring can
usingizi
a sleep
bahati
luck
hakika
certain
maji
water
pombe
beer
liquor
shahada
certificate
ramani
map
mkutano
meeting
miadi
appointment
hali ya hewa
the state of the weather
vipi
how
jua
sun
joto
heat
manyunyu
showers
thelugi
snow
barafu
ice
leo
today
siku
day
unyevunyevu
dampness
moisture
vuguvugu
warm
baridi
cold
umande
dew
mafua
to have a cold
mawingu
clouds
upepo
wind
breeze
ukame
drought
kelele
noise
hakuna
there isn't
there aren't
baraka
blessing
shida
difficulty
problem
tatizo
problem
entablement
-ona
see
feel
-hisi
feel
-hitaji
need
-kamata
hold
-jaza
fill
-nyesha
to rain
mwamvuli
(mwanvuli)
umbrella
Afrika (ya) Mashariki
East Africa
ndani
inside
nje
outside
Je una haraka?
Are you in a hurry?
Ndiyo nina haraka kidogo.
Yes, I'm in a bit of a hurry.
Una haraka ya nini?
Why are you in a hurry?
Nakwenda shule.
i'm going to school.
Kuna shule leo?
There's school today?
La hakuna shule leo; lakini mimi nina kazi kidogo.
No, there isn't school today; but i have a little work.
Naona una mwamvuli. Je, kuna mvua leo?
I see an umbrella. Is there rain today?
Hakuna mvua sasa; lakini kuna mawingu. Je wewe, huna kazi leo?
There's not rain now; but it's cloudy. And you, do you have work today?
Sina. Nakwenda sokoni. Ninahitaji vitu, lakini nimesahau mwamvuli.
I don't have. I'm going to the store. I need some things, but I've forgotten an umbrella.
Unataka kuazima mwamvuli wangu?
Do you want to borrow my umbrella?
La, hapana. Ahsante. Hakuna mvua sasa.
No, no. Thanks. There's no rain now.`
Kuna nini mezani?
What's on the table?
Kuna kitabu na kalamu.
There's a book and a pen.
Hali ya hewa i vipi leo?
What's the weather today?
Kuna jua leo.
It's sunny today.
Kuna joto leo.
It's hot today.
Kuna mvua leo.
It's rainy today.
Kuna theluji leo.
It's snowing today.
Nina njaa.
I am hungry.
Nina kiu.
I am thirsty.
Nina kazi.
I am busy.
I have work.
Nina haraka.
I am in a hurry.
Nina darasa.
I have a class.
Nina shule.
I have school.
Nina usingizi.
I feel sleepy.
Nina bahati.
I am lucky.
Nina tatizo / shida.
I have a problem.
Nina pesa za kigeni.
I have foreign money.
Nina hakika.
I'm certain.
Nina mafua.
I have a cold.
Nina homa.
I have a fever.
Nina shida.
I have a problem.
Nina kitambulisho.
I have an identification card.
Nina njaa. Naomba chakula.
I'm hungry. I'm begging for food.
Nina miadi. Nataka kuondoka.
I have an appointment. I want to leave.
Nina homa. Ninahitaji dawa.
I have a fever. i want medicine.
Haraka, haraka, haina baraka.
Hurry, hurry, has no blessing.
Haste makes waste.
Haba na haba hujaza kibaba.
A little and a little fill the measure.
Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves.
Ana umri gani?
What age is she/he?
Hali ya hewa ya nchi yako.
the weather in your state.
Una njaa?
Are you hungry?
Una kiu?
Are you hungry?
Una kazi?
Are you busy?
Do you have work?
Una haraka?
Are you in a hurry?
Una darasa?
Do you have class?
Una shule?
Do you have school?
Una shahada?
Do you have a certificate?
Una usingizi?
Are feel sleepy?
Una bahati?
Are you lucky?
Una shida?
Do you have a problem?
Una homa?
Do you have a fever?
Una hakika?
Are you certain?
Mimi ni mtalii.
I am a tourist.
Yeye ni mwema.
He is good.
Mimi si mtalii.
I am not a tourist.
Yeye si mwema.
He is not good.
Nina kazi.
I have work.
I am busy.
(lit. I with work.)
1st person singular:
nina
sina
I have
I don't have
1st person plural:
tuna
hatuna
We have
We don't have
2nd person singular:
una
huna
You have
You don't have
2nd person plural:
mna
hamna
You have
You don't have
3rd person singular:
ana
hana
S/He has
S/He doesn't have
3rd person plural:
wana
hawana
They have
They don't have
Place (1):
kuna
hakuna
There is
There isn't
Place (2):
pana
hapana
There is
There isn't
Place (3):
mna
hamna
There is
There isn't
Ninatoka Amerika.
I come from America.