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Showing posts with label Language. Show all posts

Friday, October 8, 2021

Swahili - Vegetables


We just learned how to say some fruits to drink in Swahili.

Let's learn how to say some vegetables.

carrot karoti - sounds like kah-roh-tee 文A

corn mahindi - sounds like mah-hee-n-dee 文A

pea njegere - sounds like n-jay-gay-ray 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: морковь (morkov'), кукуруза (kukuruza), горох (gorokh)

Norwegian: gulrot, mais, erter

Greek: καρότο (karóto), καλαμπόκι (kalampóki), μπιζέλι (bizéli)

ASL: carrot, corn, pea

Italian: carote, mais, piselli

German: Karotte, Mais, Erbse

Spanish: zanahoria, maíz, guisante

French: carotte, maïs, pois

Friday, October 1, 2021

Swahili - Fruits


We just learned how to say some things to drink in Swahili.

Let's learn how to say some fruits.

apple tufaha - sounds like too-fah-hah 文A

orange machungwa - sounds like mah-ch-un-g-wah 文A

banana ndizi - sounds like n-dee-zee 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: яблоко (yabloko), апельсин (apel'sin), банан (banan)

Norwegian: eple, appelsin, banan

Greek: μήλο (mílo), πορτοκάλι (portokáli), μπανάνα (banána)

ASL: apple, orange, banana

Italian: mela, orange, banana

German: Apfel, Orange, Banane

Spanish: manzana, naranja, banana

French: pomme, orange, banane

Friday, September 24, 2021

Swahili - Drinks


We counted to 900 in Swahili! Wow!

Let's learn how to say some things to drink.

water maji - sounds like mah-jee 文A

milk maziwa - sounds like mah-zee-wah 文A

juice juisi - sounds like joo-ee-see 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: вода (voda), молоко (moloko), сок (sok)

Norwegian: vann, melk, juice

Greek: water νερό (neró), milk γάλα (gála), juice χυμό (chymó)

ASL: water, milk, juice

Italian: acqua, latte, succo

German: Wasser, Milch, Saft

Spanish: agua, leche, jugo

French: eau, lait, jus

Friday, September 17, 2021

Swahili - Nine Hundred


We counted to 100 in Swahili, let's keep going!

200 mia mbili - sounds like mee-ah m-bee-lee 文A

300 mia tatu - sounds like mee-ah tah-too 文A

400 mia nne - sounds like mee-ah n-nay 文A

500 mia tano - sounds like mee-ah tah-no 文A

600 mia sita - sounds like mee-ah see-tah 文A

700 mia saba - sounds like mee-ah sah-bah 文A

800 mia nane - sounds like mee-ah nah-nay 文A

900 mia tisa - sounds like mee-ah tee-sah 文A


And here are some of the even bigger numbers!

one thousand elfu moja - sounds like eh-l-foo moh-jah

one million milioni moja - sounds like mee-lee-oh-nee moh-jah

one billion bilioni moja - sounds like bee-lee-oh-nee moh-jah

one trillion trilioni moja - sounds like t-ree-lee-oh-nee moh-jah

one google google moja - sounds like goo-gah-l moh-jah



swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: двести (dvesti), триста (trista), четыреста (chetyresta), пятьсот (pyat'sot), Сшестьсотто (shest'sot), семьсот (sem'sot), восемьсот (vosem'sot), девятьсот (devyat'sot), тысяча (tysyacha), один миллион (odin million), один миллиард (odin milliard), один триллион (odin trillion), один гугл (odin gugl)

Norwegian: to hundre, tre hundre, fire hundre, fam hundre, seks hundre, syv hundre, åtte hundre, ni hundre

Greek: διακόσια (diakósia), τριακόσια (triakósia), τετρακόσια (tetrakósia), πεντακόσια (pentakósia), εξακόσια (exakósia), επτακόσια (eptakósia), οκτακόσια (oktakósia), εννιακόσια (enniakósia)

ASL: two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, five hundred, six hundred, seven hundred, eight hundred, nine hundred

Italian: duecento, trecento, quattrocento, cinquecento, seicento, settecento, ottocento, novecento

German: zweihundert, dreihundert, vierhundert, fünfhundert, sechshundert, siebenhundert, achthundert, neunhundert

Spanish: doscientos, trescientos, cuatrocientos, quinientos, seiscientos, sietecientos, ochocientos, novecientos

French: deux cent, trois cent, quatre cent, cinq cent, six cent, sept cent, huit cent, neuf cent

Friday, September 10, 2021

Swahili - Counting to One Hundred


We counted to 99 in Swahili, let's keep going!

100 mia moja - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah 文A

101 mia moja na moja - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah moh-jah 文A

102 mia moja na mbili - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah m-bee-lee 文A

103 mia moja na tatu - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah tah-too 文A

104 mia moja na nne - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah n-nay 文A

105 mia moja na tano - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah tah-noh 文A

106 mia moja na sita - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah see-tah 文A

107 mia moja na saba - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah sah-bah 文A

108 mia moja na nane - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah nah-nay 文A

109 mia moja na tisa - sounds like mee-ah moh-jah nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: Сто (Sto), Сто один (Sto odin), Сто два (Sto dva), Сто три (Sto tri), Сто четыре (Sto chetyre), Сто пять (Sto pyat'), Сто шесть (Sto shest'), Сто семь (Sto sem'), Сто восемь (Sto vosem'), Сто девять (Sto devyat')

Norwegian: ett hundre, ett hundre og en, ett hundre og to, ett hundre og tre, ett hundre og fire, ett hundre og fam, ett hundre og seks, ett hundre og syv, ett hundre og åtte, ett hundre og ni

Greek: εκατό (ekató), εκατόν ένα (ekatón éna), εκατόν δύο (ekatón dýo), εκατόν τρεις (ekatón treis), εκατόν τέσσερις (ekatón tésseris), εκατόν πέντε (ekatón pénte), εκατόν έξι (ekatón éxi), εκατόν επτά (ekatón eptá), εκατόν οκτώ (ekatón októ), εκατόν εννέα (ekatón ennéa)

ASL: One hundred, one hundred one, one hundred two, one hundred three, one hundred four, one hundred five, one hundred six, one hundred seven, one hundred eight, one hundred nine

Italian: cento, centodue, centotre, centoquattro, centocinque, centosei, centosette, sentotto, sentonove

German: einhundert, einhunderteins, einhundertzwei, einhundertdrei, einhundertvier, einhundertfünf, einhundertsechs, einhundertsieben, einhundertacht, einhundertneun

Spanish: ciento, ciento uno, ciento dos, ciento tres, ciento cuatro, ciento cinco, ciento seis, ciento siete, ciento ocho, ciento nueve

French: cent, cent, cent deux, cent trois, cent quatre, cent cinq, cent six, cent sept, cent huit

Friday, September 3, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Ninety Nine


We counted to 89 in Swahili, let's keep going!

90 tisini - sounds like tee-see-nee 文A

91 tisini na moja - sounds like tee-see-nee nah moh-jah 文A

92 tisini na mbili - sounds like tee-see-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

93 tisini na tatu - sounds like tee-see-nee nah tah-too 文A

94 tisini na nne - sounds like tee-see-nee nah n-nay 文A

95 tisini na tano - sounds like tee-see-nee nah tah-noh 文A

96 tisini na sita - sounds like tee-see-nee nah see-tah 文A

97 tisini na saba - sounds like tee-see-nee nah sah-bah 文A

98 tisini na nane - sounds like tee-see-nee nah nah-nay 文A

99 tisini na tisa - sounds like tee-see-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: девяносто (devyanosto), девяносто один (devyanosto odin), девяносто два (devyanosto dva), девяносто три (devyanosto tri), девяносто семь (devyanosto sem'), девяносто восемь (devyanosto vosem'), девяносто девять (devyanosto devyat')

Norwegian: nitti, nittien, nittito, nittitre, nittifire, nittifam, nittiseks, nittisyv, nittiåtte, nittini

Greek: ενενήντα (enenínta), ενενήντα ένα (enenínta éna), ενενήντα δύο (enenínta dýo), ενενήντα τρεις (enenínta treis), ενενήντα τέσσερις (enenínta tésseris), ενενήντα πέντε (enenínta pénte), ενενήντα έξι (enenínta éxi), ενενήντα επτά (enenínta eptá), ενενήντα οκτώ (enenínta októ), ενενήντα εννέα (enenínta ennéa)

ASL: Ninety, ninety one, ninety two, ninety three, ninety four, ninety five, ninety six, ninety seven, ninety eight, ninety nine

Italian: novanta, novantuno, novantadoue, novantatre, novantaquattro, novantacinque, novantasei, novantasette, novantotto, novantanove

German: neunzig, einundneunzig, zweiundneunzig, dreiundneunzig, vierundneunzig, fünfundneunzig, sechsundneunzig, siebenundneunzig, achtundneunzig, neunundneunzig

Spanish: noventa, noventa y uno, noventa y dos, noventa y tres, noventa y cuatro, noventa y cinco, noventa y seis, noventa y siete, noventa y ocho, noventa y nueve

French: quatre-vingts dix, quatre-vingt onze, quatre-vingt douze, quatre-vingt treize, quatre-vingt quatorze, quatre-vingt quinze, quatre-vingt seize, quatre-vingt dix sept, quatre-vingt dix huit, quatre-vingt dix neuf

Friday, August 27, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Eighty Nine


We counted to 79 in Swahili, let's keep going!

80 themanini - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee 文A

81 themanini na moja - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah moh-jah 文A

82 themanini na mbili - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

83 themanini na tatu - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah tah-too 文A

84 themanini na nne - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah n-nay 文A

85 themanini na tano - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah tah-noh 文A

86 themanini na sita - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah see-tah 文A

87 themanini na saba - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah sah-bah 文A

88 themanini na nane - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah nah-nay 文A

89 themanini na tisa - sounds like th-ay-mah-nee-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: восемьдесят (vosem'desyat), восемьдесят один (vosem'desyat odin), восемьдесят два (vosem'desyat dva), восемьдесят три (vosem'desyat tri), восемьдесят четыре (vosem'desyat chetyre), восемьдесят пять (vosem'desyat pyat'), восемьдесят шесть (vosem'desyat shest'), восемьдесят семь (vosem'desyat sem'), восемьдесят восемь (vosem'desyat vosem'), восемьдесят девять (vosem'desyat devyat')

Norwegian: åtti, åttiett, åttito, åttitre, åttifire, åttifem, åttiseks, åttisyv, åtti οκτώ, åttini

Greek: ογδόντα (ogdónta), ογδόντα ένα (ogdónta éna), ογδόντα δύο (ogdónta dýo), ογδόντα τρεις (ogdónta treis), ογδόντα τέσσερις (ogdónta tésseris), ογδόντα πέντε (ogdónta pénte), ογδόντα έξι (ogdónta éxi), ογδόντα επτά (ogdónta eptá), ογδόντα οκτώ (ogdónta októ), ογδόντα εννέα (ogdónta ennéa)

ASL: eighty, eighty one, eighty two, eighty three, eighty four, eighty five, eighty six, eighty seven, eighty eight, eighty nine

Italian: ottanta, unottanta, ottantadue, ottantatre, ottantaquattro, ottantacinque, ottantasei, ottantasette, ottantotto, ottantanove

German: achtzig, einundachtzig, zweiundachtzig, dreiundachtzig, vierundachtzig, fünfundachtzig, sechsundachtzig, siebenundachtzig, achtundachtzig, neunundachtzig

Spanish: ochenta, ochenta y uno, ochenta y dos, ochenta y tres, ochenta y cuatro, ochenta y cinco, ochenta y seis, ochenta y siete, ochenta y ocho, ochenta y nueve

French: quatre-vingts, quatre-vingts-un, quatre vingt deux, quatre vingt trois, quatre vingt quatre, quatre vingt cinq, quatre vingt six, quatre vingt sept, quatre vingt huit, quatre vingt neuf

Friday, August 20, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Seventy Nine


We counted to 69 in Swahili, let's keep going!

70 sabini - sounds like sah-bee-nee 文A

71 sabini na moja - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah moh-jah 文A

72 sabini na mbili - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

73 sabini na tatu - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah tah-too 文A

74 sabini na nne - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah n-nay 文A

75 sabini na tano - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah tah-noh 文A

76 sabini na sita - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah see-tah 文A

77 sabini na saba - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah sah-bah 文A

78 sabini na nane - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah nah-nay 文A

79 sabini na tisa - sounds like sah-bee-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: семьдесят (sem'desyat), семьдесят один (sem'desyat odin), семьдесят два (sem'desyat dva), семьдесят три (sem'desyat tri), семьдесят четыре (sem'desyat chetyre), семьдесят пять (sem'desyat pyat'), семьдесят шесть (sem'desyat shest'), семьдесят семь (sem'desyat sem'), семьдесят восемь (sem'desyat vosem'), семьдесят девять (sem'desyat devyat')

Norwegian: sytti, sytti en, syttito, syttitre, sytti-fire, syttifem, syttiseks, sytti syv, syttiåtte, syttini

Greek: εβδομήντα (evdomínta), εβδομήντα ένα (evdomínta éna), εβδομήντα δύο (evdomínta dýo), εβδομήντα τρεις (evdomínta treis), εβδομήντα τέσσερις (evdomínta tésseris), εβδομήντα πέντε (evdomínta pénte), εβδομήντα έξι (evdomínta éxi), εβδομήντα επτά (evdomínta eptá), εβδομήντα οκτώ (evdomínta októ), εβδομήντα εννέα (evdomínta ennéa)

ASL: seventy, seventy one, seventy two, seventy three, seventy four, seventy five, seventy six, seventy seven, seventy eight, seventy nine

Italian: settanta, settantuno, settantadue, settantatre, settantaquattro, settantacinque, settantasei, settantasette, settantotto, settantanove

German: siebzig, einundsiebzig, zweiundsiebzig, dreiundsiebzig, vierundsiebzig, fünfundsiebzig, sechsundsiebzig, siebenundsiebzig, achtundsiebzig, neunundsiebzig

Spanish: setenta, setenta y uno, setenta y dos, setenta y tres, setenta y cuatro, setenta y cinco, setenta y seis, setenta y siete, setenta y ocho, setenta y nueve

French: soixante-dix, soixante et onze, soixante-douze, soixante-treize, soixante-quatorze, soixante-quinze, soixante-seize, soixante dix sept, soixante dix huit, soixante dix neuf

Friday, August 13, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Sixty Nine


We counted to 59 in Swahili, let's keep going!

60 sitini - sounds like see-tee-nee 文A

61 sitini na moja - sounds like see-tee-nee nah moh-jah 文A

62 sitini na mbili - sounds like see-tee-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

63 sitini na tatu - sounds like see-tee-nee nah tah-too 文A

64 sitini na nne - sounds like see-tee-nee nah n-nay 文A

65 sitini na tano - sounds like see-tee-nee nah tah-noh 文A

66 sitini na sita - sounds like see-tee-nee nah see-tah 文A

67 sitini na saba - sounds like see-tee-nee nah sah-bah 文A

68 sitini na nane - sounds like see-tee-nee nah nah-nay 文A

69 sitini na tisa - sounds like see-tee-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: шестьдесят (shest'desyat), шестьдесят один (shest'desyat odin), шестьдесят два (shest'desyat dva), шестьдесят три (shest'desyat tri), шестьдесят четыре (shest'desyat chetyre), шестьдесят пять (shest'desyat pyat'), шестьдесят шесть (shest'desyat shest'), шестьдесят семь (shest'desyat sem'), шестьдесят восемь (shest'desyat vosem'), шестьдесят девять (shest'desyat devyat')

Norwegian: seksti, sekstien, seksti to, sekstitre, sekstifire, sekstifem, sekstiseks, sekstiju, seksti åtte, sekstini

Greek: εξήντα (exínta), εξήντα ένα (exínta éna), εξήντα δύο (exínta dýo), εξήντα τρεις (exínta treis), εξήντα τέσσερις (exínta tésseris), εξήντα πέντε (exínta pénte), εξήντα έξι (exínta éxi), εξήντα επτά (exínta eptá), εξήντα οκτώ (exínta októ), εξήντα εννέα (exínta ennéa)

ASL: fifty, fifty one, fifty two, fifty three, fifty four, fifty five, fifty six, fifty seven, fifty eight, fifty nine

Italian: sessanta, sessantuno, sessantadue, sessantatre, sessantaquattro, sessantacinque, sessantasei, sessantasette, sessantotto, sessantanove

German: sechzig, einundsechzig, zweiundsechzig, dreiundsechzig, vierundsechzig, fünfundsechzig, sechsundsechzig, siebenundsechzig, achtundsechzig, neunundsechzig

Spanish: sesenta, sesenta y uno, sesenta y dos, sesenta y tres, sesenta y cuatro, sesenta y cinco, sesenta y seis, sesenta y siete, sesenta y ocho, sesenta y nueve

French: soixante, soixante et un, soixante-deux, soixante-trois, soixante-quatre, soixante-cinq, soixante-six, soixante-sept, soixante-huit, soixante-neuf

Friday, August 6, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Fifty Nine


We counted to 49 in Swahili, let's keep going!

50 hamsini - sounds like hah-m-see-nee 文A

51 hamsini na moja - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah moh-jah 文A

52 hamsini na mbili - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

53 hamsini na tatu - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah tah-too 文A

54 hamsini na nne - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah n-nay 文A

55 hamsini na tano - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah tah-noh 文A

56 hamsini na sita - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah see-tah 文A

57 hamsini na saba - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah sah-bah 文A

58 hamsini na nane - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah nah-nay 文A

59 hamsini na tisa - sounds like hah-m-see-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: пятьдесят (pyat'desyat), пятьдесят один (pyat'desyat odin), пятьдесят два (pyat'desyat dva), пятьдесят три, пятьдесят четыре (pyat'desyat chetyre), пятьдесят пять (pyat'desyat pyat'), пятьдесят шесть (pyat'desyat shest'), пятьдесят семь (pyat'desyat sem'), пятьдесят восемь (pyat'desyat vosem'), пятьдесят девять (pyat'desyat devyat')

Norwegian: femti, femtien, femtito, femtitre, femtifire, femtifem, femtiseks, femtisyv, femti, femti ni

Greek: πενήντα (penínta), πενήντα ένα (penínta éna), πενήντα δύο (penínta dýo), πενήντα τρεις (penínta treis), πενήντα τέσσερις (penínta tésseris), πενήντα πέντε (penínta pénte), πενήντα έξι (penínta éxi), πενήντα επτά (penínta eptá), πενήντα οκτώ (penínta októ), πενήντα εννέα (penínta ennéa)

ASL: Fifty, fifty one, fifty two, fifty three, fifty four, fifty five, fifty six, fifty seven, fifty eight, fifty nine

Italian: cinquanta, cinquantuno, cinquanta due, cinquanta tre, cinquantaquattro, cinquantacinque, cinquantasei, cinquantasette, cinquantotto, cinquantanove

German: fünfzig, einundfünfzig, zweiundfünfzig, dreiundfünfzig, vierundfünfzig, fünfundfünfzig, sechsundfünfzig, siebenundfünfzig, achtundfünfzig, neunundfünfzig

Spanish: cincuenta, cincuenta y uno, cincuenta y dos, cincuenta y tres, cincuenta y cuatro, cincuenta y cinco, cincuenta y seis, cincuenta y siete, cincuenta y ocho, cincuenta y nueve

French: cinquante, cinquante et un, cinquante-deux, cinquante-trois, cinquante-quatre, cinquante-cinq, cinquante-six, cinquante-sept, cinquante-huit, cinquante-deux

Friday, July 30, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Forty Nine


We counted to 39 in Swahili, let's keep going!

41 arobaini na moja - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah moh-jah 文A

42 arobaini na mbili - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

43 arobaini na tatu - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah tah-too 文A

44 arobaini na nne - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah n-nay 文A

45 arobaini na tano - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah tah-noh 文A

46 arobaini na sita - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah see-tah 文A

47 arobaini na saba - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah sah-bah 文A

48 arobaini na nane - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah nah-nay 文A

49 arobaini na tisa - sounds like ah-roh-bay-ee-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: сорок (sorok), сорок один (sorok odin), сорок два (sorok dva), сорок три (sorok tri), сорок четыре (sorok chetyre), сорок пять (sorok pyat'), сорок шесть (sorok shest'), сорок семь (sorok sem'), сорок восемь (sorok vosem'), сорок девять (sorok devyat')

Norwegian: førti, førtien, førtito, førtitre, førtifire, førtifem, førtiseks, førtisyv, førtiåtte, førtini

Greek: τσαράντα (saránta), τσαράντα ένα (saránta éna), τσαράντα δύο (saránta dýo), τσαράντα τρεις (saránta treis), τσαράντα τέσσερις (saránta tésseris), τσαράντα πέντε (saránta pénte), τσαράντα έξι (saránta éxi), τσαράντα επτά (saránta eptá), τσαράντα οκτώ (saránta októ), τσαράντα εννέα (saránta ennéa)

ASL: forty, forty one, forty two, forty three, forty four, forty five, forty six, forty seven, forty eight, forty nine

Italian: quaranta, quarantuno, quarantadue, quarantatre, quarantaquattro, quarantacinque, quarantasei, quarantasette, quarantotto, quarantanove

German: vierzig, einundvierzig, zweiundvierzig, dreiundvierzig, vierundvierzig, fünfundvierzig, sechsundvierzig, siebenundvierzig, achtundvierzig, neunundvierzig

Spanish: quarenta, quarenta y uno, quarenta y dos, quarenta y tres, quarenta y cuatro, quarenta y cinco, quarenta y seis, quarenta y siete, quarenta y ocho, quarenta y nueve

French: quarante, quarante et un, quarante-deux, quarante-trois, quarante-quatre, quarante-cinq, quarante-six, quarante-sept, quarante-huit, quarante-neuf

Friday, July 23, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Thirty Nine


We counted to 39 in Swahili, let's keep going!

31 thelathini na moja - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah moh-jah 文A

32 thelathini na mbili - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

33 thelathini na tatu - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah tah-too 文A

34 thelathini na nne - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah n-nay 文A

35 thelathini na tano - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah tah-noh 文A

36 thelathini na sita - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah see-tah 文A

37 thelathini na saba - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah sah-bah 文A

38 thelathini na nane - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah nah-nay 文A

39 thelathini na tisa - sounds like th-ay-lah-th-ee-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: тридцать (tridtsat'), тридцать один (tridtsat' odin), тридцать два (tridtsat' dva), тридцать три (tridtsat' tri), тридцать четыре (tridtsat' chetyre), тридцать пять (tridtsat' pyat'), тридцать шесть (tridtsat' shest'), тридцать семь (tridtsat' sem'), тридцать восемь (tridtsat' vosem'), тридцать девять (tridtsat' devyat')

Norwegian: tretti, trettien, trettito, tretti tre, trettifire, trettifem, trettiseks, trettisyv, trettiåtte, trettini

Greek: τριάντα (triánta), τριάντα ένα (triánta éna), τριάντα δύο (triánta dýo), τριάντα τρεις (triánta treis), τριάντα τέσσερις (triánta tésseris), τριάντα πέντε (triánta pénte), τριάντα έξι (triánta éxi), τριάντα επτά (triánta eptá), τριάντα οκτώ (triánta októ), τριάντα εννέα (triánta ennéa)

ASL: thirty, thirty one, thirty two, thirty three, thirty four, thirty five, thirty six, thirty seven, thirty eight, thirty nine

Italian: Trenta, trentuno, trentadue, trentatré, trentaquattro, trentacinque, trentasei, trentasette, trentotto, trentanove

German: einunddreißig, zweiunddreißig, dreiunddreißig, vierunddreißig, fünfunddreißig, sechsunddreißig, siebenunddreißig, achtunddreißig, neununddreißig

Spanish: treinta y uno, treinta y dos, treinta y tres, treinta y cuatro, treinta y cinco, treinta y seis, treinta y siete, treinta y ocho, treinta y nueve

French: trente et un, trente-deux, trente-trois, trente-quatre, trente-cinq, trente-six, trente-sept, trente-huit, trente-neuf

Friday, July 16, 2021

Swahili - Counting to Twenty Nine


We counted to 20 in Swahili, let's keep going!

21 ishirini na moja - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah moh-jah 文A

22 ishirini na mbili - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah m-bee-lee 文A

23 ishirini na tatu - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah tah-too 文A

24 ishirini na nne - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah n-nay 文A

25 ishirini na tano - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah tah-noh 文A

26 ishirini na sita - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah see-tah 文A

27 ishirini na saba - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah sah-bah 文A

28 ishirini na nane - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah nah-nay 文A

29 ishirini na tisa - sounds like ee-shee-ree-nee nah tee-sah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: двадцать один (dvadtsat' odin), двадцать два (dvadtsat' dva), двадцать три (dvadtsat' tri), двадцать четыре (dvadtsat' chetyre), двадцать пять (dvadtsat' pyat'), двадцать шесть (dvadtsat' shest'), двадцать семь (dvadtsat' sem'), двадцать восемь (dvadtsat' vosem'), двадцать девять (dvadtsat' devyat')

Norwegian: tjueen, tjueto, tjue-tre, tjuefire, tjuefem, tjueseks, tjuesju, tjue åtte, tjue ni

Greek: είκοσι ένα (eíkosi éna), είκοσι δύο (eíkosi dýo), είκοσι τρεις (eíkosi treis), είκοσι τέσσερις (eíkosi tésseris), είκοσι πέντε (eíkosi pénte), είκοσι έξι (eíkosi éxi), είκοσι επτά (eíkosi eptá), είκοσι οκτώ (eíkosi októ), είκοσι εννέα (eíkosi ennéa)

ASL: twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine

Italian: ventuno, ventidue, ventitré, ventiquattro, venticinque, ventisei, ventisette, ventotto, ventinove

German: einundzwanzig, zweiundzwanzig, dreiundzwanzig, vierundzwanzig, fünfundzwanzig, sechsundzwanzig, siebenundzwanzig, achtundzwanzig, neunundzwanzig

Spanish: veintiún, veintidós, veintitrés, veinticuatro, veinticinco, veintiséis, veintisiete, veintiocho, veintinueve

French: vingt et un, vingt-deux, vingt-trois, vingt-quatre, vingt-cinc, vingt-six, vingt-sept, vingt-huit, vingt-neuf

Friday, July 2, 2021

Swahili - Fifteen


We just learned about all the months of the year in Swahili!

Let's learn about some more numbers.
We already counted to 10 in Swahili, now let's learn some bigger numbers!

11 kumi na moja - sounds like koo-mee nah moh-jah 文A

12 kumi na mbili - sounds like koo-mee nah m-bee-lee 文A

13 kumi na tatu - sounds like koo-mee nah tah-too 文A

14 kumi na nne - sounds like koo-mee nah en-nay 文A

15 kumi na tano - sounds like koo-mee nah tah-no 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: одиннадцать (odinnadtsat'), двенадцать (dvenadtsat'), тринадцать (trinadtsat'), четырнадцать (chetyrnadtsat'), пятнадцать (pyatnadtsat')

Norwegian: elleve, tolv, tretten, fjorten, femten

Greek: ένδεκα (éndeka), δώδεκα (dódeka), δεκατρία (dekatría), δεκατέσσερα (dekatéssera), δεκαπέντε (dekapénte)

ASL: eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen

Italian: undici, dodici, tredici, quattordici, quindici

German: elf, zwölf, dreizehn, vierzehn, fünfzehn

Spanish: once, doce, trese, catorce, quince

French: onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze

Friday, June 25, 2021

Swahili - November, December


We already learned that January, February is Januari, Februari, March, April is Machi, Aprili,
May, June is Mei, Juni,
July, August is Julai, Agosti,
and September, October is Septemba, Oktoba.

Let's keep going!

November - Novemba - sounds like noh-veh-m-bah 文A

December - Desemba - sounds like day-say-m-bah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)


Russian: ноябрь (noyabr'), декабрь (dekabr')

Norwegian: November, December

Greek: Νοέμβριος (Noémvrios), Δεκέμβριος (Dekémvrios)

ASL: November, December

Italian: Novembre, Dicembre

German: November, Dezember

Spanish: Noviembre, Diciembre

French: Novembre, Décembre

Friday, June 18, 2021

Swahili - September, October


We already learned that January, February is Januari, Februari, March, April is Machi, Aprili,
May, June is Mei, Juni,
and July, August is Julai, Agosti.

Let's keep going!

September - Septemba - sounds like say-p-tay-m-bah 文A

October - Oktoba - sounds like aw-k-toh-bah 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: Сентябрь (Sentyabr'), Октябрь (Oktyabr')

Norwegian: September, Oktober

Greek: Σεπτέμβριος (Septémvrios), Οκτώβριος (Októvrios)

ASL: September, October

Italian: Settembre, Ottobre

German: September, Oktober

Spanish: Septiembre, Octubre

French: Septembre, Octobre

Friday, June 11, 2021

Swahili - July, August


We already learned that January, February is Januari, Februari, March, April is Machi, Aprili,
and May, June is Mei, Juni.

Let's keep going!

July - Julai - sounds like joo-lah-ee 文A

August - Agosti - sounds like ah-goh-stee 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: Июль (Iyul'), Август (Avgust)

Norwegian: Juli, August

Greek: Ιούλιος (Ioúlios), Αύγουστος (Ávgoustos)

ASL: July, August

Italian: Luglio, Agosto

German: Juli, August

Spanish: Julio, Agosto

French: Julliet, Août

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Swahili - May, June


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in Swahili!

We already learned that January, February is Januari, Februari, and March, April is Machi, Aprili.

Let's keep going!

May - Mei - sounds like may-ee 文A

June - Juni - sounds like joo-nee 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: Май (May), Июнь (Iyun')

Norwegian: Mai, Juni

Greek: Μάιος (Máios), Ιούνιος (Ioúnios)

ASL: May, June

Italian: Maggio, Giugno

German: Mai Juni

Spanish: Mayo, Junio

French: Mai, Juin

Friday, May 28, 2021

Swahili - March, April


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in Russian!

We already learned that January, February is Januari, Februari

Let's keep going!

March - Machi - sounds like mah-chee 文A

April - Aprili - sounds like ah-pree-lee 文A


swahili
(from: wikipedia - swahili language)

Russian: Март (Mart), Апрель (Aprel') Norwegian: Mars, April

Greek: Μάρτιος (Mártios), Απρίλιος (Aprílios)

ASL: March, April

Italian: Marzo, Aprile

German: März, April

Spanish: Marzo, Abril

French: Mars, Avril