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Lingala personal pronouns (I)

Just like English, Lingala has a set of personal pronouns. The English word I is a pronoun in the first person singular. The Lingala word for I is ngai.

Lingala personal pronouns

nayebi mobali
I know the man
nakweyi
I fall
nakundoli o motema
I remember
natiyi
I put
nasali
I do

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An audio course or a computer course are indeed good ways to learn Lingala but hearing and seeing alone are not enough. In order to learn a Lingala word or phrase properly, you need to see it, hear it, speak it and write it. That's exactly what these workbooks are for. The workbook consists of a PDF download with approximately 25 pages. The workbook is grouped into 10 broad topics including vocabulary, simple sentences, Lingala adjectives, possessive pronouns and conjugation of Lingala verbs. Each topic consists of several lessons.

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Basic words and phrases in Lingala

Get by in Lingala with these basic Lingala words & phrases.

Fine, thank you.

Malamu, melesí.

No thanks.

Te, botondi.

How's it going?

Ndenge nini ?

Please.

Palado.

Excuse me.

Limbisa ngai.

Thank you.

Melesí.