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By William Derbyshire

ISBN-10: 0893572365

ISBN-13: 9780893572365

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With a partner, develop some of the questions and replies that you did fo r exercise 3 into short dialogues, by adding a question using ipi, which, used only in questions, and a reply using karibu na, near (a place). The ending -pi takes the verb-prefix. The i- in ip i is the N class singular verb-prefix; this is the only noun-class involved here because you will only be using baa, benki, posta, sine ma and steahe n i, all N class nouns. Here is an example to start you off: A Wanafunzi wako wapi?

Ireds. the word for that number follows mia. dents i mia sila, thelathini oa tisa ::afunz ferring to numbers in which thousands are involved, the is usually put before elfu instead of after it. to avoid confusion. mia tanO elfu. na moja . 500,001 elfu moja mia tan~ na mOJa 1,501 :U~ n~ber 5 Talking about the future Future time is marked by putting ·ta· between the verb-prefix and the verb: nitatoka I will leaue tutatoka we will lealie Notice that nitatoka can mean in English I will leave, I will be leaving, I am leaving (at some future time) and I leave (at some future time).

With a partner, develop some of the questions and replies that you did fo r exercise 3 into short dialogues, by adding a question using ipi, which, used only in questions, and a reply using karibu na, near (a place). The ending -pi takes the verb-prefix. The i- in ip i is the N class singular verb-prefix; this is the only noun-class involved here because you will only be using baa, benki, posta, sine ma and steahe n i, all N class nouns. Here is an example to start you off: A Wanafunzi wako wapi?

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