compdtense - COMPOUND TENSES The KI- Tense a) Conditional...

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C OMPOUND T ENSES The –KI- Tense a) Conditional –ki- b) Participle –ki- Conditional –ki- 1. Ukisoma kitabu hiki utafahamu chanzo cha vita. 2. Wakinichokoza nitatia hasara. 3. Mkifika nipigieni simu. 4. Akitaka kazi nitampa. 5. Kama ukisoma kitabu hiki utafahamu chanzo cha vita. 6. Kama akitaka kazi nitampa. Zoezi: Tafsiri kwa Kiswahili 1) If you come I will cook you pilau. 2) If Nader runs for president, Kerry will not win. 3) If they play well they can win. 4) If it rains tomorrow students will not be able to come. 5) If water is spilled it cannot be collected. 6) If the colleges stop the new programs, students will stop coming. 7) If you all want to come give me a call. 8) If you buy a kanga for your girlfriend she will forgive you. Compound Tenses - Participle Compound Tenses use a combination of: a) Verb to be kuwa b) Another verb after kuwa c) –ki- tense in this other verb d) Past, present, perfect, future in kuwa Past + participle Affirmative Singular Plural Nilikuwa nikisoma
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2009 for the course AFR 450a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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