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Introduction to Bemba Language

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One of Zambia’s eight official languages is Bemba, which is sometimes known as Chibemba or Icibemba. The other seven are English and the regional tongues Nyanja, Lunda, Tonga, Nkoya, Lozi, Luvale, and Kaonde. The regional language of importance is Bemba. There are many dialects that belong to the Bemba language family, including Aushi, Bisa, Chishinga, Kinda, Lala, Lamba, Luunda, and Tabwa. Each dialect shows very slight variations in morphology and vocabulary, as well as tiny variations in pronunciation and phonology. The Roman alphabet is used to spell the language. Bemba has two basic tones, high and low, like the majority of Bantu languages. The phonemic nature of tone indicates the semantic differences between words. Several vocabularies from other languages have been incorporated into modern Bemba, most notably Portuguese, Arabic, Swahili, and English.

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What Will You Learn?

  • History of Bemba
  • greetings in Bemba
  • How to introduce yourselve in Bemba
  • Learn how to count in Bemba
  • Bemba common names and their meaning
  • And many more

Course Content

Bemba Introduction
In this topic Lwando Hopkins gives us a brief history about the Bemba Language

Basic Bemba Language
Welcome, in this section we will be looking at other ways to maintain a conversation, I strongly believe that knowing all these ways of speaking will boost your learning capability.

Dive Deep into Bemba
In this section we are continuing to out at different types of Bemba word

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