Swahili Intermediate Course
What you’ll learn
Construct a grammatically correct Swahili sentence
Properly pronounce Swahili verbs and nouns in their natural accent
Freely express themselves in Swahili using a variety of verbs, nouns and vocabulary
express themselves in different tenses in both positive and negative forms
use the possessive pronouns correctly in their sentences.
Taken the Basic Swahili course
Student understands Swahili Pronouns and Tenses
This is the bridge that will transition you from beginner to advance level. This will empower the student to express themselves freely and correctly in Swahili. involve yourself in the learning process by interacting with the materials and the author.
Get exposed to new nouns and verbs that will enhance your vocabulary and boost your confidence in expressing yourself freely in Swahili. Karibuni katika Swahili Intermediate course!
Section 1: INTRODUCTION AND RECAP
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Sentence construction re-cap
Lecture 3 100 Swahili common phrases – AUDIO FLASHCARDS
Section 2: CAN YOU TELL THE FUTURE, PAST AND PRESENT?
Lecture 4 Swahili Tenses Part 1
Lecture 5 Swahili Tenses Part 2
Section 3: HOW TO NEGATE IN SWAHILI?
Lecture 6 Negations part 1
Lecture 7 Negations part 2
Section 4: HOW TO MASTER THE POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
Lecture 8 Possessive Pronouns Recap
Lecture 9 Possessive pronouns practice 1
Lecture 10 Possessive pronouns practice 2
Lecture 11 Answers to Possessives Practice 2
Section 5: DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN “TO HAVE” & “TO BE”
Lecture 12 The verb “to have” – “NA”
Lecture 13 The verb “to be” – “KUWA”
Section 6: Interrogative Words [ viulizi ] HOW TO ASK A QUESTION IN SWAHILI?
Lecture 14 LINI ( WHEN )
Lecture 15 NGAPI ( HOW MANY )
Lecture 16 IPI ( WHICH )
Lecture 17 NANI [who]
Lecture 18 WAPI [where]
Lecture 19 NINI [what]
Lecture 20 GANI [which / what kind]
Lecture 21 KWA NINI [why]
Lecture 22 MBONA [why]
Lecture 23 NA WEWE JE? [how about you]
Lecture 24 KWASABABU GANI [for what reason]
Section 7: TIME [ wakati ]
Lecture 25 Time [saa] : How to read time in Swahili
Lecture 26 Saa ni saa.. [ Hour + Time of day + Minute ]
Lecture 27 Vocabularies of time
Lecture 28 Vocabularies of time 2
Lecture 29 Time Practice
Section 8: WEATHER & SEASONS – Is it cold or hot?
Lecture 30 WEATHER [hali ya hewa; hali ya anga]
Lecture 31 Seasons [nyakati; majira; misimu]
Section 9: CONCLUSION
Lecture 32 CONCLUSION
Swahili intermediate students,students who would like to practice speaking in Swahili,students who would like to enhance their grammar and listening skills
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Created by: Hamid Athman