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Kiswahili Quiz 4

- parts of the body (be prepared to translate from English into Swahili and Swahili into English) - animals (be prepared to translate from English into Swahili and Swahili into English) - possessives (-angu, -ako, -ake, -etu, -enu, -ao), examples: paka yangu (my cat) or mbwa yetu (our dog) - subjunctives (be prepared to use fill in the blank with the appropriate subjunctive verb; example: Si lazima mama anunue [kununua] shati na viatu. It is not necessary mother buys a shirt and shoes.) You woul…
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Kondoo
sheep
ngombe
cow
nguruwe
pig
punda
donkey
mbweha
fox
kuku
chicken
mbuzi
goat
mwitu
mountain goat
sungura
rabbit
mbwa
dog
kyani
baboon
kima
monkey
twiga
giraffe
panya
rat
kiboko/viboko
hippo/hippi
popo
bat
simba
lion
chura/vyura
frog/frogs
mamba
crocodile
nyangumi
whale
faru
rhino
tembo
elephant
Mimi naitwa
I am called
Naishi
live
karibu
close
nyumba
house
jirani
neighbor
ndege
birds
Naweza
am able
kuvuma
make noise like (a bird)
wakiimba
singing
mitini
in the trees
kidogo/wadogo
small (pl.)
Sitaki
I don't want
kubwa/wakubwa
big (pl.)
bundi
owl
kasuku
parrot
kipungu
osprey
wala
or
tai
eagle/vulture
kunguru
crow
mwewe
hawk
husomea
study (generally --> hu- tense)
hucheza
play (generally --> hu- tense)
kandanda
soccer
kupiga
to hit
manati
slingshot
hivyo
that way of things
kuumzia
to hurt
kichwa
head
nywele
hair
nyusi
eyebrow
jicho
eye
sikio
ear
ndewe
ear lobe
pua
nose
meno
teeth
kidevu
chin
zoloto
adam's apple
koo
throat
shingo
neck
mdomo
mouth
mboni ya jicho
eyeball
ukope
eyelash
Kipaji
forehead