What is I love you in Lingala?

en I love you. ln Nalingi yo. I/l/ve/you/

What is I love you in Lingala?

en I love you. ln Nalingi yo. I/l/ve/you/

How are you translate in Lingala?

Useful phrases in Lingala

Phrase Lingala
Hello (on phone) Halo
How are you? Ndenge nini? Ozali malamu? (Are you well?) Nsango nini? Sango nini? (What’s new?)
Reply to ‘How are you?’ Malamu Nazali malamu (I’m well) Sango te (Nothing’s new) Nsango te Na yo? (And you?)
Long time no see Kala to monana

How do you say sorry in Lingala?

The word sorry means bolimbisi in Lingala. Limbisa ngai means I am sorry. Bolimbisi means sorry.

What does Zambe mean in Lingala?

Nzambe/Zambe – means God. Though there are different spelling variations depending with the region hence you may find the word ‘Nzambi/Zambi’ being used to mean God. To use this words correctly, getting the context matters a lot.

What does Mawa mean in Lingala?

mawa (class 6 : ma-) sad. sadness, unhappiness.

What does Mama Na Ngai mean?

my mother. Last Update: 2017-10-09.

What does Mawa mean in lingala?

What does Mabe mean in lingala?

mabè (class 6 : ma-) bad, evil.

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How many important words are there in Lingala?

Learn the 30 most important words in Lingala! You plan on travelling to the Congo? Here you can find the translation of the 50 most important words and expressions into Lingala. If you are about to travel to the Congo, this is exactly what you are looking for! How to say Hello! and Goodbye in Lingala! To say please and thank you in Lingala!

How did the Westeners learn the Lingala language?

That language was learned and influenced by the African helpers the Westeners brought in from other places, such as Zanzibar, Comoros and the Tanganyikan inland. Later on, the Westerners began to learn the language themselves. After 1880 the language became known as Bangala and around 1900 it was replaced by term Lingala.