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20
JAN

Say: 'How do you drink/like your coffee?" in isiZulu

Mornings are for coffee and Keri has a habit of making coffee for the show producer. So after months of making him coffee, the producer has changed the way he takes his coffee. This prompted uThisha Sky Tshabalala to teach the team and listeners how to ask the question "How do you drink/like your coffee?" in isiZulu. He also asked the listeners to give it a try.
19
JAN

Say: 'How do you spell that/How do you write that" in isiZulu

It is the very first Khuluma Nathi lesson from our favourite isiZulu teacher, Sky Tshabalala, and he decided to start us off with a double dose. Sometimes we get the spelling of people's names wrong when we meet, so this sentence will definitely come in handy when we save phone numbers.
16
DEC
2020

Say: 'The beach is closed today' in isiZulu

Following President Ramaphosa's recent COVID-19 address that the country is officially in the second wave of the pandemic, uThisha Sky Tshabalala wanted to use a phrase that many of us will be using this festive season. There will be no fun in the sun ( well, a least on the beach) and this sentence is so easy in isiZulu - just three words - and you can start with whichever word, the sentence will still make sense.
09
DEC
2020

Say: 'I love ice-cream on the beach" in isiZulu

This time of the year, many South Africans flock to the beach. And when the sun is hot, with your sunscreen on, sun hat on your head and swimwear, only one thing is missing... some ice cream. Learn how to express your love for ice-cream in isiZulu. This one is simple, even Darren got it on his first try.
08
DEC
2020

Say: 'I need a very cold drink" in isiZulu

UThisha Sky Tshabalala has been giving you small doses of his isiZulu lessons all year and with the summer season already in full swing, summer phrases are what he has been focusing on. It always advisable to keep yourself hydrated on very hot days, so here's how you ask for a very cold drink in isiZulu.
02
DEC
2020

Say: 'Where were you?" in isiZulu

If there is one thing about the festive season, South Africans party so much and for long periods of time (even throughout December) that they 'forget' to tell their loved ones where they are. So the question "where are you?" is going to feature a lot in many conversations and fights between lovers this festive season.
01
DEC
2020

Say: 'Don't forget to wear a hat' in isiZulu

It's officially summer and uThisha Sky Tshabalala's students are excited - not only for his holiday-themed lessons but also for the actual holiday. With many things to do this summer (mostly outdoors) it is important to stay protected - so don't forget your hat.
18
NOV
2020

Say: 'Do you have any children?' in isiZulu

A question uThisha Sky Tshabalala gets asked a lot is this one and in today's lesson, he teaches his students how to ask this in isiZulu. It is actually only three words and very simple. Our listeners have trie it and sent their voice notes, listen to them and try it too.
17
NOV
2020

Say: 'Do you have a card machine?' in isiZulu

In Khuluma Nathi this Tuesday, uThisha Sky Tshabalala tells his class that sometimes, the good thing about language is that some words are related - even they why they sound. This is why you will find this isiZulu phrase/question fairly easy to pronounce.
11
NOV
2020

Say: 'What is today's date?' in isiZulu

In Today's Khuluma Nathi, uThisha Sky Tshabalala chose a question that will have you answering "11:11" all day. And he is a proud teacher because his students, Darren Maule and Keri Miller are passing with flying colours. The listeners also did very well. How good are you? Give it a try.
10
NOV
2020

Say: 'How do you say that in isiZulu?' in isiZulu

You know sometimes when you want to say something in a particular language, but you don't even know how to ask in that language? Well, uThisha Sky Tshabalala has an easy phrase that you will surely get right with practice.

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