Zulu lesson#2

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Zulu lesson#2

Postby Laoshu505000 » 2008-10-03, 22:29

Sanibona abantu bonke! Namhlanje ngiwenze amavideo ngesizulu futhi. Ngako masiQhubeka ukufunda isiZulu lapha! Uma ninombuzo, ngicela ningithela. Kulungile, sizobuye sikhulume, salani kahle!

Hello everyone! Today I have made videos n Zulu again. So let us continue to learn Zulu here. If you have any questions, please let me know. Ok, we will talk again. See ya



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rimR00rRI-I Zulu lesson#2 (Part3)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtkgcmvnOJs Zulu lessons#2 (Part2)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPRNdiKxZj4 Zulu lesson#2 (Part1)

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Re: Zulu lesson#2

Postby Laoshu505000 » 2008-10-06, 21:47

Perhaps I made this one a bit too early :hmm:

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Re: Zulu lesson#2

Postby peterlin » 2008-10-14, 12:25

Laoshu505000 wrote:Perhaps I made this one a bit too early :hmm:


Don't be discouraged! You're making very valuable learning materials. It's just you can't expect many people to get interested in Zulu (and, if they do get interested, to maintain their focus for longer than a week or so). With a language like that, you're bound to work largely for your own satisfaction, as myself or other forum members (zhiguli comes to mind) have already learned.

Having said this, let me just add that I _am_ watching your clips, every one of them, even though I don't work on Zulu. Do you think about making a written version of the lessons sometime?

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Re: Zulu lesson#2

Postby Laoshu505000 » 2008-10-14, 15:49

Yea, I thought about that, but I wanted to actually see who would really be willing to learn the language. I guess you're right though.. It benefits me at the same time. I will start making written ones along with the videos I make. Thanks for your advice.


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