Agreement - Learning Lab Class Agreement Swahili English mtu man watu men mtoto child watoto children mgeni guest wageni guests watu warefu wawili

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Learning Lab Class – Agreement Swahili English mtu man watu men mtoto child watoto children mgeni guest wageni guests watu warefu wawili two tall men mtoto mdogo little child wageni wazuriwawili two nice guests 1. How do the Swahili nouns in this sample form the plural? ______________________________________________________________ 2. Swahili has a system of agreement that requires adjectives to agree with their nouns. How are they made to agree?______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 3. Omitting the sign of agreement, write the Swahili word for: a. tall _____________________________ c. two ____________________________ b. little ____________________________ d. nice ____________________________ 4. How does Swahili word order differ from English word order? ______________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 5. Write in Swahili:
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Buchholtz during the Spring '08 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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Agreement - Learning Lab Class Agreement Swahili English mtu man watu men mtoto child watoto children mgeni guest wageni guests watu warefu wawili

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