Somo la Kumi na Tisa - Somo la Kumi na Tisa Jina: Eric...

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Somo la Kumi na Tisa Jina: Eric Siku: Alhamis Tarehe: Tano Mwezi: Novemba Mwaka: Elfu mbili na tisa Saa: Niliamza zoezi saa sita usiki na nilimaliza saa saba usiku Hali ya hewa: Leo kulikuwa na nzuri Mavazi: Nilipokuwa ninafanya mazoezi nilivaa shati, suruali, na viatu Chakula: Leo nilikula ndizi, nyama, pilau, na wali Leo nilinywa maji tu Leo nilipooga mwili mzima Hisi: Leo ninahisi nzuri sana Tafsiri: Children in the whole world usually like to listen to stories. In the lands of East Africa children also usually like to be given stories. Each ethnic group has its stories. These stories usually teach the kids history and tribal customs. In addition, many stories are to teach them pleasant manners, and to teach them the meaning of life: there is goodness together with badness, intelligence and stupidity, even love and hatred. The distribution of stories was the road of earlier to teach children these matters of life; they were a big part of knowledge of children of long ago. The distribution of stories was like school of long ago. Usually children are given stories with their grandmothers or grandfathers. The
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2009 for the course A 016 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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