Peace Corps - Ndonga Language Lessons
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This Peace Corps Ndonga course is designed to teach you the basic survival level of Ndonga you would need. It covers the following subjects:
Lesson 1: Personal Pronouns
Lesson 2: Verbs
Lesson 3: Infinitives
Lesson 4: Commands
Lesson 5: Habitual Actions
Lesson 6: Noun Classes: Singular and Plural
Lesson 7: Questions
Lesson 8: Noun Classes: Possessives
Lesson 9: Counting
Lesson 10: Some / Each / All
Lesson 11: Coming and Going
Lesson 12: Noun Classes: Subject Concords
Lesson 13: Feelings
Lesson 14: Conversational Words
Lesson 15: Object Pronouns
Lesson 16: Demonstratives
Lesson 17: The Passive Voice
Lesson 18: Days of the Week
Lesson 19: Telling Time
Lesson 20: Adjectives
Lesson 21: More Adjectives
Lesson 22: Comparisons
Lesson 23: Subordinate Subject Concords
Lesson 24: In / On / At, Part Two
Lesson 25: Subjunctive Verbs
Lesson 26: Verb Extensions
Lesson 27: Oshiwambo
Lesson 28: Making It Simple
Lesson 29: Further Reading
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Namibia: Education, Health, Community Economic Development
Ndonga, also called OshiNdonga, is a Bantu language spoken in Namibia and some parts of Angola. It is a standardized dialect of the Ovambo language, and is mutually intelligible with?Kwanyama, the other Ovambo dialect with a standard written form.
Ndonga is spoken in: Angola, Namibia
Ndonga is also called: Ambo, Ochindonga, Oshindonga, Osindonga, Otjiwambo, Owambo