The first practical guide to Nyanja language as it’s actually spoken in modern, urban Zambia. For too long, visitors to the Zambian capital Lusaka have arrived with phrasebooks and dictionaries of traditional Nyanja, the kind spoken in Malawi and Eastern Province, only to find themselves laughed at or misunderstood. Zambians living in town today don’t speak that kind of Nyanja. Their language has evolved. This Nyanja isn’t ‘pure’, it isn’t standardised, and it’s only just beginning to be written down. But if you want to actually communicate with the people of Lusaka in their own language – on the street, on the bus, in the market or elsewhere – this is the Nyanja you need. The book includes an introduction to Nyanja sounds and grammar, over 300 useful everyday words and phrases, and A-Z Nyanja-English and English-Nyanja vocabulary.
Primary Social Studies yalembwa ukukonka shilabashi ya mu 2013 iya mu Zambia. Iyi koshi ikankala palwa kwishiba palwamikalile, intambi, imipepele na ubutukushi mu Zambia pamo pene na ukusambilila palwa kufwailisha.
Learning languages helps in developing strong cognitive skills, such as a better concept formation, mental flexibility, multitasking, listening skills and problem-solving, in addition to improving social interaction and encouraging connection between others. This category is filled with books on learning various Zambian languages and different school subject books in different Zambian languages such as Cinyanja, Icibemba and Chitonga. Browse here for a variety of these books available in Zambian stores.