Am I Small? Mimi Ni Mdogo?

Children's Picture Book English-Swahili (Bilingual Edition)

Author: Philipp Winterberg

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

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Category: Foreign Language Study

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Bilingual Edition English-Swahili “Am I small?” - Tamia is not sure and keeps asking various animals that she meets on her journey. Eventually she finds the surprising answer... Reviews "immensely enjoyable"—ForeWord Clarion Reviews "for children who enjoy lingering over pages full of magical creatures and whimsical details [...] told in simple and engaging words and imaginative pictures.”—Kirkus Reviews "a fantastic book that has enchanted me"—Amazon Customer Review "We are in love with this book! [...] As an artist, I love love LOVE the art in this book, I think its not only beautiful, but perfect for children. My son spent a lot of time just studying every colorful page. We read it twice in the first sitting because he was so happy! He's not yet 1, so getting him to sit still for story time is tough, and this book was such a hit he sat through it with nothing but a big smile and lots of pointing to the stuff he liked on the pages.I highly recommend this book :) Get it get it get it!""—Amazon Customer Review "Written in a very simple way but with a profound message for both adults and kids."—Amazon Customer Review "I LOVED it. Lots of repetition to help 'lil ones get used to structure and words! Many different words being used to help them improve their vocabulary (or pick the best word!). Most importantly, itsends a good message about how being unique and different is good. I STRONGLY suggest you check this book out!"—ESLCarissa.blogspot.com "readers will emerge from this book feeling slightly more confident about themselves—whatever their size."—ForeWord Clarion Reviews Tags: Bilingual Children's Books, Bilingual Books, Emergent Bilingual, Bilingual Education, Foreign Language Learning, ESL, English as a Second Language, ESL for Children, ESL for Kids, ESL Teaching Materials, EFL, English as a Foreign Language, EFL Books, EFL for Children, ELL, English Language Learner, EAL, English as an Additional Language, Children's Picture Book, Dual Language, Foreign Language Study, ESOL, English for Speakers of Other Languages

Kenya National Assembly Official Record (Hansard)

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The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.

Learn Swahili 10000 Conversations with Common 46 patterns

Author: Hyun Song

Publisher: Hyun Song

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 600

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Learn Swahili 10000 Conversations with Common 46 patterns This is Learn Swahili 10,000 Conversation sentences with Common 46 patterns. It consists of 10,000 speaking and Conversations in Swahili that is very useful. This is frequently used and most Common 10,000 Phrase Book in Swahili language. You can dialogue and speak Swahili very well if you study and learn it. by Hyun Song Contents Unit 01 - I’m... , I am... - Number 1 Unit 02 - I will... , I won't... , I am going to ... , Are you going to ... Number - 1007 Unit 03 - I wish... , I would ... , I wouldn't ... - Number - 1154 Unit 04 - I went - Number - 1264 Unit 05 - Are you...? Aren't you ....? You are ... , You aren't ... - Number - 1285 Unit 06 Can ... ? - Number - 1570 Unit 07 - Would you ...? - Number - 1752 Unit 08 - I can... I can’t... ,I can not ..., I could ... , I couldn't - Number - 1805 Unit 09 - Is ..? Isn't... ? - Number - 2194 Unit 10 - That’s ... - Number - 2472 Unit 11 - Let's ... - Number - 2656 Unit 12 - Don’t ... - Number - 2755 Unit 13 - If ... - Number - 3014 Unit 14 - There ... , These ... - Number - 3116 Unit 15 - It’s... - Number - 3561 Unit 16 - I like ... , I don’t like... - Number - 3976 Unit 17 - I think ... , I thought ... Do you think...? - Number - 4204 Unit 18 - I want ... Do you want...? - Number - 4392 Unit 19 - I know ... , I don’t know ... , Do you know ...? - Number - 4742 Unit 20 - I need ... , You don’t need to... , Do you need ...? - Number - 5057 Unit 21 - Would you ...? - Number - 5169 Unit 22 - I feel... , You look... , It seems like... - Number - 5268 Unit 23 - Thank you ... , I really ... - Number - 5421 Unit 24 - What...? - Number - 5534 Unit 25 When ...? - Number - 6268 Unit 26 - Where ...? - Number - 6370 Unit 27 - Which ...? - Number - 6622 Unit 28 - Who ... ? - Number - 6651 Unit 29 - Whose ... ? - Number - 6841 Unit 30 - Why ... ? - Number - 6876 Unit 31 - How ... ? - Number - 7106 Unit 32 - I should ... , What should ... ? - Number - 7589 Unit 33 - have to ... , You had better... - Number - 7619 Unit 34 - Have you ... ? , have been ... - Number - 7717 Unit 35 - I was ... , I wasn't ... , I wish ... - Number - 7834 Unit 36 - This is ... , This isn't ... - Number - 8046 Unit 37 - I have ..., I have not ... - Number - 8295 Unit 38 - I want ... , Do you want ...? - Number - 8751 Unit 39 - May ... ? , You may ... , You must ... - Number - 9086 Unit 40 - Do you ... ? - Number - 9253 Unit 41 - Have you ... ? - Number - 9682 Unit 42 - Please ... - Number - 9782 Unit 43 - Are you sure... ?, I am sure... , I enjoy ... , Did you enjoy ...? , I never ... - Number - 9982 Unit 44 - I hope ... , I wonder ... , It tastes ... - Number - 10031 Unit 45 - Could ... ? - Number - 10079 Unit 46 - I often ... - Number - 10121

Kenya National Assembly Official Record (Hansard)

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The official records of the proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, the House of Representatives of the Government of Kenya and the National Assembly of the Republic of Kenya.

Sukuma Labor Songs from Western Tanzania

We Never Sleep, We Dream of Farming

Author: Frank D. Gunderson

Publisher: BRILL

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Category: History

Page: 535

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This volume is an interpretive analysis of a collection of 335 song texts treated as primary historical sources. The collection highlights the cultural practices that link music with labor in Sukuma communities in northwestern Tanzania. These linkages are evident in the music of the elephant, snake, and porcupine hunting associations that flourished in the precolonial epoch, in the nineteenth-century regional and long-distance porter associations, and in the farmer associations that have proliferated since the beginning of the twentieth century. Acting primarily as an interpretive editor, the author collaborated with several Tanzanian scholars and translators towards fine-tuning the translation of these texts into English, and gathered testimonies in order to create succinct interpretive statements about the songs.

Gossip, Markets, and Gender

How Dialogue Constructs Moral Value in Post-Socialist Kilimanjaro

Author: Tuulikki Pietila

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

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Category: Social Science

Page: 256

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"All traders are thieves, especially women traders," people often assured social anthropologist Tuulikki Pietilä during her field work in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, in the mid-1990s. Equally common were stories about businessmen who had "bought a spirit" for their enrichment. Pietilä places these and similar comments in the context of the liberalization of the Tanzanian economy that began in the 1980s, when many men and women found themselves newly enmeshed in the burgeoning market economy. Even as emerging private markets strengthened the position of enterprising people, economic resources did not automatically lead to heightened social position. Instead, social recognition remained tied to a complex cultural negotiation through stories and gossip in markets, bars, and neighborhoods. With its rich ethnographic detail, Gossip, Markets, and Gender shows how gossip and the responses to it form an ongoing dialogue through which the moral reputations of trading women and businessmen, and cultural ideas about moral value and gender, are constructed and rethought. By combining a sociolinguistic study of talk, storytelling, and conversation with analysis of gender, the political economy of trading, and the moral economy of personhood, Pietilä reveals a new perspective on the globalization of the market economy and its meaning and impact on the local level. Winner, Aidoo-Snyder Prize, African Studies Association Women’s Caucus

Simplified Swahili

Author: P. M. Wilson

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman Limited

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 317

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This course has been writing for those who wish to teachthemselves Swahili, but have little or no backgroundknowledge of the language. The easy-to-follow steps are backed up by regular exerciseswhich practice and develop the student's command ofSwahili. The book covers all the important grammar pointsand in addition includes both English-Swahili and Swahili-English vocabulary lists, a summary of verb tenses, asimplified glossary of grammatical terms and other usefulappendices.

Hello Ocean/Hola Mar

Author: Pam Mu¤oz Ryan

Publisher: Charlesbridge

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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Spanish language edition. Relive a day at the beach with this lovely book of memories. You can almost feel the salt spray on your face and smell the musky scent of ocean in the cool morning air. Remember how the sand squishes between your toes as the tide rushes to shore and taste the tang of the ocean on your lips. HELLO OCEAN is a joy-filled and playful poem about the draw of the shore and the effect the ocean has on all five senses. Spirited language evokes a sense of closeness and nostalgia for an old friend. The inspiration of the ocean will make learning the five senses as easy as a day at the beach. Crisp, realistic illustrations fill the pages with the rush of surf and the warmth of sun-baked sand. The sights and smells and sensations of the ocean become vividly clear in these beautifully rendered paintings.

APAL

annual publication in African linguistics

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