Peace Corps - Lamba Language Lessons

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US Peace Corps Lamba  - Image COURSE OVERVIEW
This 13 lesson Peace Corps Lamba course includes the following:

Lesson 1 - Greetings
Lesson 2 - Introduce oneself and someone else
Lesson 3 - Present one's family
Lesson 4 - Buying essential items
Lesson 5 - Talk about food habits of the host country
Lesson 6 - Invite someone, accept or decline an invitation
Lesson 7 - Talk about daily activities
Lesson 8 - Ask for and give direction and time
Lesson 9 - Talk about transportation
Lesson 10 - Talk about one's state of health
Lesson 11 - Express one's sympathy in a happy or sad event
Lesson 12 - Ask for help in an emergency case
Lesson 13 - Talk about her/his work

PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Togo: 1962-present

PROGRAM SECTORS
Togo: Education, Environment, Health

Lamba is a language found in Zambia. It is related to Bemba and is commonly spoken in the Copperbelt. There are about 210,000 native speakers in the northern parts of Zambia and southern fringes of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Lamba is also spoken in Lusaka, mainly because many speakers have migrated there for jobs. Lamba is a Bantu language. (In fact, "mu ntu" means "one person" in Lamba and "ba ntu" means "two or more people".) Depending on who does the counting, Zambia has between 42 and 78 local languages besides English see Languages of Zambia for further details. Some people might say Lamba is a dialect of Bemba. Though the two languages share many words, they are not as close as say Cockney and Haitian Creole are to English or French.

Lamba is spoken in: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia

Lamba is also called: Chilamba, Ichilamba

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