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The Lingala word for 'his'

The Lingala word for his is na ye. Unlike English, the word na ye is placed after the noun.

Examples of using the word 'his' in Lingala

mama na ye
his mother
maboko na ye
his hands
bagò na ye
his dictionary
motô na ye
his head
ndako na ye
his house

Lingala to English

Each topic in the Lingala to English audio course provides a clear explanation of a particular aspect of Lingala grammar. There are numerous topics in the package. Topics include the Lingala definite article, the indefinite article, Lingala adjectives, Lingala pronouns, Lingala demonstrative pronouns. Each explanation includes examples of usage.

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  • MP3 Files in Lingala and English for download

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  • The MP3 audio files are in English and Lingala
  • Approximately 60 minutes of audio
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Key Reasons why people learn Lingala

Your relatives speak Lingala

If your family spoke Lingala in the past you might want to learn it and possibly teach it to your children. If your relatives speak Lingala, it will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking.

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If you learn some Lingala, you will increase the number of people you can communicate with. Learning Lingala will increase the number of people on the globe whom you can meet.

Personal development

Studying Lingala can improve your memory and slow age-related decline. Bilingualism enhances mental abilities in both children and adults.

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Basic words and phrases in Lingala

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

Good luck

Libaku malamu

Thanks a lot

Matondi mingi

See you later

Tokomonono na nsíma

Good afternoon

Mbote

See you tomorrow

Tokomonana

You're welcome

Likambo te

Good-bye

Tikala malamu

Welcome !

Boyei malamu !