The English indefinite article a is peteĩ in Guarani.
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Speak! Guarani remembers which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each lesson contains listening practice, a printable Guarani-English dictionary and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your accent compares to Guarani native speakers.
Very simple to use and very fun.
Published on Apr. 1, 2016 by Aimee from Kansas City, United States
Interesting initiative to come out with a Guarani course, something unique in the market.
Published on Dec. 20, 2014 by Pierre from Hyeres, France
This course works fine for me. I have learned a lot more using this course than I have using other language teaching systems.
Published on Dec. 19, 2014 by Peter from Hillerød, Denmark
The Guarani-software is really good and my wife and I are both very impressed. With Guarani especially, it is important to be able to hear the words. We also got a copy of the Guarani book by Dr. Wolf Lustig and are very pleased with this as well, as it serves its purpose as a guide book, but the possibilities with the Guarani software are much more extensive.
Published on Aug. 3, 2014 by Ralf-Peter from Müllheim, Germany
Product Name:Speak! Guarani
Average Customer Review:
4.3 out of 5 stars
(out of 15 reviews)
If you've just met someone who speaks Guarani, you can make a good impression on him or her by learning Guarani. Knowing Guarani will certainly make you stand out in a crowd.
Learning Guarani will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Guarani speaking areas.
Every new learner makes the outlook for Guarani brighter. Set an example for others by showing how it is indeed possible to learn Guarani later in life.
Get by in Guarani with these basic Guarani words & phrases.
I am a student.
Che ku temimbo'e.
I was born in Canada.
Che reñoĩ Canadápe.
I was born in England.
Che reñoĩ Inglaterrape.
I am hungry.
Che che vare’a.
I was born in America.
Che reñoĩ Américape.
I am thirsty.
Che che yuhéi.
I am fine.
Che aime porã.
I am single.
Guaraní is spoken by 7 million people in Paraguay and some parts of Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia. In Paraguay, where it is an official language, it is spoken by 88% of the population. Guaraní belongs to the Tupian language family.more...
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