Peace Corps - Learning Chichewa Book 2
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PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Malawi: 1963-1976, 1978-present
Zambia: Education, Business, Health
Mozambique: Education, Health
Malawi: Education, Environment, Health
These lessons in Chichewa are a continuation of the first volume. As in the first volume, two type!, of lessons are presented. The "A" lessons present basic grammatical patterns through explicit discussions of the patterns involved. The "B" lessons present language in use. They contain dialogs, monologues, narratives, proverbs, riddles, and exercises based on these forms of communication. A section of supplementary materials provides readings on various topics of a cultural nature. These readings have an English translation on the page facing the Chichewa text. The book is illustrated with pen-and-ink drawings.
Chewa, is the Malawian dialect very similar, though not the same as Nyanja, is a language of the Bantu language family. The noun class prefix chi- is used for languages, so the language is also known as Chichewa and Chinyanja (spelled Cinyanja in Zambia), and locally Nyasa in Mozambique.
Chewa is spoken in: Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe
Chewa is also called: Chinyanja, Nyanja, Chichea