[Sticky] KIKONGO Study Group
When will it start?
?errthang;90502 wrote: I've got to echo Yaw, as my participation may be spotty. This is another reason why I would appreciate being able to look over things and keep up during out-of-class time, but needing the french translation may be a problem. I will be there when I can.
The lessons being posted, you will have things to look over between classes. I plan on coming to class with the next week's lessons ready to be posted so unless you really go fast and are in advance, the translation would not be a problem.
Agya Kwaku;90505 wrote: When will it start?
On the 28th of August.
For some reason I think I missed this thread. I'm on board, depending on the format, and the time/date is good for me.
SallImSayin;90567 wrote: For some reason I think I missed this thread. I'm on board, depending on the format, and the time/date is good for me.
Good to hear that. That's the lessons that I talked about: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48049
The starting date has been pushed back. The time/day will stay the same for now.
And the material that we will use has been changed also. It will be provided to you once we begin.
Is this study group still going on? If so…nzo lele kwiza!
ManiKongo;89839 wrote: I would like to start a KIKONGO (Kimanianga) study group two weeks from now.
The goal would be to acquire and apply the basics of KIKONGO (Kimanianga) as quick as possible.
I plan on scheduling it on Wenesdays around 4pm EST and possibly on Mondays at the same time.
Are you interested in joining this group ?
What is your availability (days/time of the day) ?
I've been away for a moment but now I'm back so... mu kuiza kiena !
It will still be on Wednesdays but around 6-7 PM EST.
Kindomba;102097 wrote: Is this study group still going on? If so…nzo lele kwiza!
I am definitely interested and the time that is goot for me is 6pm
Nkote ko zô !
The final date/time is March 26th at 7pm EST. The learning material will be provided in the class.
Mawusi;108707 wrote: I am definitely interested and the time that is goot for me is 6pm
On Wednesday, March 26th at 7pm EST in the AKALI Ajamu Community Classroom,
we'll connect in real-time (video & audio), to study the Kikôngo language.
This study will focus on the basics of Kikôngo vocabulary, grammar and conjugation, you will learn:
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[*]How to greet someone
[*]How to thank someone
[*]How to ask/answer questions
[*]How to indicate what you want/don’t want
[*]How to incorporate elements of space and time into your speech
[*]And many other things !!!
The learning material will be provided to you in the classroom once you join.
You can prepare yourself with this audio that will help you with pronunciation.
Mani Kongo;90330 wrote: I'M CHANGING THE MATERIAL THAT WE'LL BE USING.
We're going to use the book : LEÇONS DE KIKONGO PAR DES BAKONGO (pdf attached),
that you can find in this thread: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/kikongo-language-resources/48049-malongi-ma-lecons-de-kintandu.html
The variety of Kikôngo is Kintandu.
Hello, where can I download the LEÇONS DE KIKONGO PAR DES BAKONGO pdf? Thanks much!
Kwaku44;176746 wrote: Hello, where can I download the LEÇONS DE KIKONGO PAR DES BAKONGO pdf? Thanks much!
Yènge (Peace), here it is:
Mema mo Abibifahodie (Greetings with African Liberation) Family!
I see that this thread is a few years old, however I am interested in learning KIKONGO. I believe studying KIKONGO well help me gain a deeper understanding of "The Mbongi" which was originally written in KIKONGO. is anyone on this thread still active?