Swahili bhasa

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Swahili Language
Kiswahili
Spoken in Flag of Burundi.svg Burundi
Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg DR Congo
Flag of the Comoros.svg Comoros (as Comorian)
Flag of Kenya.svg Kenya
Flag of Mozambique.svg Mozambique
Flag of Oman.svg Oman
Flag of Seychelles.svg Seychelles (as Shimaore)
Flag of Mauritius.svg Mauritius
Flag of Rwanda.svg Rwanda
Flag of Tanzania.svg Tanzania
Flag of Uganda.svg Uganda
Flag of Malawi.svg Malawi[1]
Native speakers First language: 5–10 million, July 2010
First and second language: 50+ million[2]  (date missing)
Language family
Writing system Latin, Arabic
Official status
Official language in Template:Noflag
Flag of Kenya.svg Kenya
Flag of Tanzania.svg Tanzania
Flag of Uganda.svg Uganda
Regulated by Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa (Tanzania)
Language codes
ISO 639-1 sw
ISO 639-2 swa
ISO 639-3 swaMacrolanguage
individual codes:
swc – Congo Swahili
swh – Coastal Swahili
Linguasphere 99-AUS-m
[[File:200px
  Coastal areas where Swahili or Comorian is the indigenous language,
  official or national language,
  and trade language. As a trade language, Swahili extends some distance further to the northwest.
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Swahili bhasa ek bhasa hae jiske East Africa bhar me log samjge hae. Swahili bhasa me iske naam Kiswahili hae. Ii ek Bantu bhasa hae.

Swahili bhasa ke ek barraa jagha, southern Somalia se lae ke northern Mozambique aur Kenya bhar me baat karaa jaawe hae. Jab ki khaali paanch million log ke ii pahila bhasa hae, fifty million log ke ii duusra bhasa hae. Swahili East Africa ke lingua franca hoe gais hae. Ii African Union ke ek official bhasa bhi hae.

Swahili bhasa me baat kare ke suruu Africa ke East Coast aur bagal ke island me bhais rahaa. Abhi Swahili Tanzania aur Kenya ke official bhasa. Ii bhasa pe Arbii bhasa ke jaada asar hae.

Vocabulary[badlo | edit source]

Niche Swahili bhasa ke kuchh sabd hae.

  • haan - ndiyo
  • nai - hapana
  • achchha - sawa
  • ek - moja [mow'-jah]
  • dui - mbili [uhm'-bee'-lee]
  • tiin - tatu [tah'-too]
  • chaar - nne [uhn'-nay]
  • paanch - tano [tah'-no]
  • chhe - sita [see'-tah]
  • saat - saba [sah'-buh]
  • aath - nane [nah'-nay]
  • nau - tisa [tee'-suh]
  • das - kumi [koo'-mee]

Hafta ke din[badlo | edit source]

Fiji Hindi Swahili
Sombaar Jumatatu
Mangar Jumanne
Budh Jumatano
Bif Alhamis
Suk Ijumaa
Sanichar Jumamosi
Etwaar Jumapili

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Duusra websites[badlo | edit source]

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. Ethnologue list of countries where Swahili is spoken
    Thomas J. Hinnebusch, 1992, "Swahili", International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Oxford, pp. 99–106
    David Dalby, 1999/2000, The Linguasphere Register of the World's Languages and Speech Communities, Linguasphere Press, Volume Two, pg. 733–735
    Benji Wald, 1994, "Sub-Saharan Africa", Atlas of the World's Languages, Routledge, pp. 289–346, maps 80, 81, 85
  2. Lutz Marten, "Swahili", Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd ed., 2006, Elsevier
  3. Days of the week in Swahili