Learn isiZulu through short translated stories
Sanibona! Hello all! Here’s a quick recap of tonight’s greeting and name asking class. In bold is me speaking, and the responses are normal. Enjoy! – Voicenote: Sanibona Bafundi! Hello
Voicenote: Sanibona! With the recent Taxi strike, I thought it would be informative to translate the official notice circulated. Here goes! Isaziso sesiteleka Notice of strike. Ngiyanibingelela ngegama elihle leNkosi
Sanibona nina nonke! Here’s a purely audio post, to hone your listening skills. Check out the picture as I talk through it and maybe try listening again after just to
Sanibona! Here’s a student summary from class last night, so proud of my students writing so much after only a few hours of Zulu! (Basic Summary, Luke likes Thuli but
Sanibona! Here’s a little reading to go with the above YouTube video. If you get lost with any words, look them up on the board below, also take note of
Zulu Voicenote with English Translation: Kwasukasukela! Cosu! Kwakukhona… Sampheka ngogozwana! (Remote past tense Story) Ngonyaka odlule, kwakukhona inja encane. Kwakukhona inja enkulu? Cha kwakungekho inja enkulu, kwakukhona inja encane.