|Hello (General greeting)||Mhoro (sg) Mhoroi (pl)|
|How are you?||Wakadini zvako? (sg) Makadini zvenyu? (pl)|
How do you greet in Zimbabwe?
- Greet anyone older than yourself first. …
- The common greeting is a firm handshake with the right hand. …
- The traditional greeting involves a clap after the handshake. …
- Women may lower their body briefly, kneel or curtsy whilst shaking hands out of respect. …
- Family and friends may hug and pat one another on the back.
How do you say thank you in Zimbabwe?
- English: Thank you.
- Shona: Ndatenda (Thank you to one person), Tatenda (Thank you to several people)
- Ndebele: Ngiyabonga (Thank you to one person), Siyabonga (Thank you to several people)
How do you say hello in Zimbabwe?
- English: Hello.
- Shona: Mhoro (Hello)
- Ndebele: Sawubona (Hello)
What is welcome in Ndebele?
Sindebele (Northern Ndebele) Welcome.
What is I love you in Zimbabwe?
If you want to know how to say ‘I love you’ and other romantic phrases in the Zimbabwean language of Shona, then read on.
Romantic Phrases & Terms of Endearment in Shona.
|I love you so much||Ndinokudisisa|
|I love you too||Ndinokudawo|
|I love you with all my heart||Ndinokuda nemoyo wangu wese|
How do you say I love you in Shona Zimbabwe?
I love you!” Ndinokudai!”
How do you say thank you in different ways?
Other ways to say thank you in any occasion
- I appreciate what you did.
- Thank you for thinking of me.
- Thank you for your time today.
- I value and respect your opinion.
- I am so thankful for what you did.
- I wanted to take the time to thank you.
- I really appreciate your help. Thank you.
- Your kind words warmed my heart.
What does I Love You mean in African?
Ways to Say “I Love You” in Africa
If you want to say “I love you” in Swahili, “nakupenda” is the word that you need. … “Nakupenda” is a more formal way to do so, while “ninakupenda” is a more informal way to tell someone that you love them.
What do they speak in Zimbabwe?
Amazingly, 16 different languages are recognised and spoken in Zimbabwe: Shona, Ndebele, Tonga, Tswana, Kalanga, Venda, Koisan, Shangani, Ndau, Chibarwe, Nambya, Xhosa, Chewa, sign language, Sotho, and finally, English.
How do you say goodnight in Zimbabwe?
A collection of useful phrases in Shona, a Bantu language spoken mainly in Zimbabwe.
Useful Shona phrases.
|Good night||Urare zvakanaka (sg) Murare Zvakanaka (pl)|
|Goodbye (Parting phrases)||Sara Zvakanaka (sg) Sariayi Zvakanaka (pl)|
How do you say welcome in Ndebele?
Northern Ndebele language in Africa: Welcome, Samkele.
How do you greet someone in Zulu?
Greetings Hello! (to one person) Sawubona! Hello! (to more than one person) Sanibonani!
How do you say I’m good in Ndebele?
IsiNdebele language: Northern Ndebele African language
Person 2: Ngiyaphila, kunjani? (I am fine (healthy), how are you?) People may say ‘linjani’ instead of ‘kunjani’ when talking to one person. To this you would reply “siphilile’ instead of ‘ngiphilile’.