nge - Conditional -nge- and ngali1. -nge- = roughly `would'...

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Conditional -nge- and –ngali- 1. -nge- = roughly ‘would’ Ningependa kuondoka. – I would like to leave. Ningeomba kuzungumza na mkurugenzi.- I would like to speak with the director Juma angeweza kuondoka bila kuonana nami. Tungeanza tu kazi ile. Nisingependa kuondoka sasa. Juma asingeweza kuondoka bila kuonana nami. Juma angaliweza kuondoka bila kuonana nami. Tungalianza tu kazi ile. 2. Present Tense Conditional Mostly used in pairs of sentences: (a) antecedent + (b) consequent Since both clauses have the same morphological marker, they must follow this order. Ungekuja ofisini, tungeonana faragha. = If you were to come to the office, we would be able to meet privately. Tungemwona mkurugenzi, angetusaidia.= If we were to meet the director, she would help us. Tafsiri kwa Kiingereza 1. Angekuja leo, angetengeneza gari. 2. Mngesoma gazeti la leo, mngejua habari hizi. 3. Ningempigia simu, angekuja. 4.
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