Here are a couple phrases you might like to try and learn. Xhosa is a phonetic language, so try to pronounce these words and practice them everyday! 🙂
Hello how are you?
Molo kunjani ? (singular) Molweni ninjani? (if asking more than one person)
Fine thanks and you?
Ndiphilile enkosi, wena?
Whats your name?
Ngubani igama lakho?
My name is …………
Igama lam ngu …………
Where are you from?
How old are you?
Ngubani iminyaka yakho?
What is the time?
Person staying says: hamba(singular) or Hambani (plural)
Person going says: sala (singular) or salani (plural) kakuhle
Thank you so much.
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