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Conversation: Learn with people

emoji_people Mbulavurisano: Dyondza hi vanhu

Anatomy: Learn with your body

accessibility Xivumbeko xa miri: Dyondza hi miri wa wena

Chess: Learn with your mind

grid_on Chese: Dyondza hi miehleketo ya wena

Dating: Learn with your heart

favorite Ku humesana: Dyondza hi mbilu ya wena

Top 10 Interview Questions: Learn for success

how_to_reg Swivutiso swa 10 ra le Henhlahenhla swa Inthavhiyu: Dyondzela ku humelela

Translation Services South Africa

 

Vukorhokeri bya Vuhundzuluxeri bya Afrika-Dzonga

Xitsonga will reach more South Africans than English in the Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces.

 

Conversation: Learn with people emoji_people Mbulavurisano: Dyondza hi vanhu
Hello! (person)
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Xewani! (munhu)
Hello! (group)
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Xewani! (ntlawa)
How are you?
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Ku njhani?
I'm fine, thanks.
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Ndzi pfukile, ndza khensa.
I could be better.
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Ndza antswa.
And you?
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Wena ke?
I am well.
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Ndzi pfukile.
Goodbye (person staying)
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Famba kahle (munhu loyi a salaka)
Goodbye (group staying)
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Famba kahle (ntlawa lowu salaka)
Goodbye (person leaving)
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Sala kahle (munhu loyi a fambaka)
Goodbye (group leaving)
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Sala kahle (ntlawa lowu fambaka)
     
Anatomy: Learn with your body accessibility Xivumbeko xa miri: Dyondza hi miri wa wena
Head   Nhloko
Eye, Eyes   Tihlo, Mahlo
Ear, Ears   Ndleve, Tindleve
Nose   Nhompfu
Mouth   Nomu
Tongue   Ririmi
Hand, Hands   Xandla, Swandla
Arm, Arms   Voko, Mavoko
Leg, Legs   Nenge, Milenge
Foot, Feet   Nkondzo, Mikondzo
     
Chess: Learn with your mind grid_on Chese: Dyondza hi miehleketo ya wena
Chess Piece(s) (Tinconga ta) Nconga ya Chese
King Hosi
Queen Nkosikazi
Rook (Castle) Rhuku (Khasele)
Bishop Bixopo
Knight (Horse) Mbhongolo ya Vukosi (Hanci)
Pawn (Soldier) Phoni (Socha)
Board Bodo
Square Xikwere
Black Ntima
White Basa
Chess Move(s)   (Mifambo ya) Mfambo wa Chese
Check! From Persian Shah (King)   Kamba!
Checkmate! From Persian Shah (King) + Māt (Dead)   Kamba no pya!
I take your piece.   Ndzi teka nconga ya wena
Good move!   I mfambo wa kahle!
I resign!   Ndzi yimisa mavoko!
Good luck for the game!   Tinjombo eka ntlangu!
Thank you for the game!   Ndza khensa ntlangu!
     
Dating: Learn with your heart favorite Ku humesana: Dyondza hi mbilu ya wena
What's your name?   Hi wena mani vito ra wena?
Can I get your number?   Ndzi kombela ?
Would you like to get coffee?   Xana u tsakela ku kuma kofi?
Would you like to go to dinner?   Xana u tsakela ku ya edineni?
Would you like to go for a drink?   Xana u tsakela ku ya kuma swo nwa?
Yes, I would.   Ina, ndza swi tsakela.
No, but thank you.   E-e, kambe ndza khensa.
You look beautiful.   U languteka u sasekile.
May I kiss you?   Ndzi kombela ku ku tswontswa?
I miss you.   Ndza ku khumbula.
I miss you too.   Na mina ndza ku khumbula.
I love you.   Ndza ku rhandza.
I love you so much.   Ndza ku rhandza swinene.
     
Top 10 Interview Questions: Learn for success how_to_reg Swivutiso swa 10 ra le Henhlahenhla swa Inthavhiyu: Dyondzela ku humelela
Tell us about yourself?   Hi byele hi vuwena?
What are your main strengths?   Xana hi swihi leswi u swi kotaka ngopfu?
What are your weaknesses?   Xana hi swihi leswi u hlulekaka eka swona?
Why should we choose you for this job?   Hikwalahokayini hi fanele ku hlawula wena eka ntirho lowu?
What is your salary expectation?   Xana u langutela ku hola mali muni?
What are your hobbies outside of work?   Xana hi swihi swihungasi swa wena ehandle ka ntirho?
Where do you see yourself in five years' time?   Xana u tivona u ri kwihi eka nkarhi wa ntlhanu wa malembe?
Why are you leaving your current job?   Hikwalahokayini u tshika ntirho wa wena wa nkarhi wa sweswi?
Why do you want to work here?   Hikwalahokayini u lava ku tirha laha?
Is there anything that you would like to ask me?   Xana ku na swihi kumbe swihi leswi u tsakelaka ku ndzi vutisa swona?
  Formal Business Letter  
Date: calendar_today Siku:
Dear... create Eka...
Yours Sincerely,   Wa wena hi ku titsongahata,
  Directions  
North N'walungu
South Dzonga
East Vuxeni
West Vupeladyambu
  Days of the Week  
Sunday   Sonto
Monday   Musumbunuku
Tuesday   Ravumbirhi
Wednesday   Ravurharhu
Thursday   Ravumune
Friday   Ravuntlhanu
Saturday   Mugqivela
  Months of the Year  
January   Sunguti
February   Nyenyanyana
March   Nyenyankulu
April   Dzivamisoko
May   Mudyaxihi
June   Khotavuxika
July   Mawuwani
August   Mhawuri
September   Ndzhati
October   Nhlangula
November   Hukuri
December   N'wendzamhala
     

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