Zimbabwe is the place to be. Our main local languages are Shona (pronounced "Shown-ah") and Ndebele. English is the official language. Polyglot is quite a beautiful platform for language exchanges and translations. Our Network in Zimbabwe would not be difficult to expand because of the frequency at which local people are travelling abroad and interacting with foreignors- an indication of the need fo r language exchanges..............
- aero5spaceOctober 2009
can someone pls tell me wat this means in english - kokunyarara ke mai mwana
JakobhAugust 2013I have given you the meaning, not a word for word translation. JakobhAugust 2013It's sort of a remark or a rhetorical question. The person is asking or remarking: "Why are you shy, come on." Then he adds: "mai mwana" which literary means "mother of the child", just an affectionate and familiar term to refer to a woman. You would use it with someone you are well acquainted with or your wife.
Anyone who wants to be a polyglot regional manager????? Please get in touch coz we need to arrange for regional language exchange meetings.
Hie everyone on the Zimbabwe Network. Let me know if u r interested in arranging meetings in your areas or what u think about them.
Hi! all can some one help me to learn shona
I like the language
I have a friend that speak shona
and I would like to suprise him
by speaking it also
so can some help me please!
I need your help please!