Swahili grammar and vocabulary, drawn up by Mrs. F. Burt

Swahili grammar and vocabulary, drawn up by Mrs. F. Burt

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\VAHli ..: GI.UM ANO VOCABULAHY UCSB LIBRARY GEAMMAESWAHILI AND VOCABULAEY DRAWN UP BY F. BURTMRS. LONDON SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE W.C.NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, 1910 WIU.IA'.T ri.mVKS AND SONS, I.'VITK.n, AXPLOS1XJX ItKCC'LKS. PREFACE to the Berlitzlittle work is anTHIS attempt adapt modern to themethod of European languageslearning of the student of Swahili its aim is to enable theneeds ; a of thelearner to working knowledge languageacquire laborious research or feats ofwithout great memory. a subordinaterules : areGrammatical occupy place they introduced and are not to be as aincidentally regarded of : the rather than {he isear,separate subject study eye, be into thethe to service. Words areorgan pressed in in order the naturalsubject-groups that, byarranged association of the student himself to learnideas, may help much as a child its motherSwahili Thepicks up tongue. exercises if be reiterated andshould, possible, amplified with the aid ofa native until the ear isteacher, thoroughly accustomed to the sounds and the mind trained to follow the constructions. This ifmethod, carefully pursued, technicalshould soon lead to accuracy. The standard of Swahili is that set theadopted by Eev. W. E. to whose valuable works theM.A.,Taylor, writer is indebted. He has furnished thegreatly kindly and Part I. of the work.Syllabary A. E. B. BOUBNE END PABSONAOE, BOXMOOR, 1910, A 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I FAOB ... 7INTRODUCTION AND ARTICLE ON PHONETICS ... PART II.

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\VAHli ..: GI.UM
ANO
VOCABULAHYUCSB LIBRARYGEAMMAESWAHILI
AND
VOCABULAEY
DRAWN UP BY
F. BURTMRS.
LONDON
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE
W.C.NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE,
1910WIU.IA'.T ri.mVKS AND SONS, I.'VITK.n,
AXPLOS1XJX ItKCC'LKS.PREFACE
to the Berlitzlittle work is anTHIS attempt adapt
modern to themethod of European languageslearning
of the student of Swahili its aim is to enable theneeds ;
a of thelearner to working knowledge languageacquire
laborious research or feats ofwithout great memory.
a subordinaterules : areGrammatical occupy place they
introduced and are not to be as aincidentally regarded
of : the rather than {he isear,separate subject study eye,
be into thethe to service. Words areorgan pressed
in in order the naturalsubject-groups that, byarranged
association of the student himself to learnideas, may help
much as a child its motherSwahili Thepicks up tongue.
exercises if be reiterated andshould, possible, amplified
with the aid ofa native until the ear isteacher, thoroughly
accustomed to the sounds and the mind trained to follow
the constructions. This ifmethod, carefully pursued,
technicalshould soon lead to accuracy.
The standard of Swahili is that set theadopted by
Eev. W. E. to whose valuable works theM.A.,Taylor,
writer is indebted. He has furnished thegreatly kindly
and Part I. of the work.Syllabary
A. E. B.
BOUBNE END PABSONAOE,
BOXMOOR,
1910,
A 2TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I
FAOB
... 7INTRODUCTION AND ARTICLE ON PHONETICS ...
PART II.
TWENTY-ONE IN THE FAMILIAR LANGUAGE OF DAILYSTUDIES
CONSISTING OP :LIFE,
24VOCABULARY ... ... ... ... ...(a)
EXERCISES FOR READING AND TRANSLATING SWAHILI
(6) (i)
ENGLISH 24... ... ... ... ...(ii)
GERMANE ... 24GRAMMATICAL NOTES ... ...(c)
GRADED STUDIES IN SWAHILI GRAMMAR ... ... 24(fZ)
KEY TO THE EXERCISES ... ... ... . ... ... 132
TABLE OF 152AND MEASURES ... ...MONEY, WEIGHTS,
SPECIMENS OF SWAHILI 154LETTER-WRITING ... ...
SWAHILI CALENDAR 157... ... ... ... ...
TABLE OF SYNONYMS 158... ... ... ... ... OF HOMONYMS 159... ... ... ...
IIIPART
VOCABULARY SWAHILI-ENGLISH ... ... 1G2