Tsonga to Ilocano Translation


Common Phrases From Tsonga to Ilocano

ku tisolaPasensya
Sala kahleAgpakadan
Ku njhani?Kumusta kan?
Ndzi khomeliDumalanak man
A ndzi tiviSaan ko nga ammo
ndza twisisaMaawatak
Ndzi ehleketa tanoKasta ti panagkunak
Ndzi ta ku vona hi ku famba ka nkarhiAgkita ta inton damdama
Ku humelela yini?Ania ngay?
U nga vileliBay-anen
KumbexanaSaan man
Hi ku hatlisaDagus a dagus
A hi fambeniIntayon

Interesting information about Tsonga Language

Tsonga, also known as Xitsonga, is a Bantu language spoken by approximately 4.5 million people in Southern Africa. It belongs to the Tsonga-Tswa branch of the Niger-Congo language family and has several dialects including Shangaan and Ronga. The majority of Tsonga speakers reside in Mozambique, South Africa (especially Limpopo Province), Swaziland, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. The writing system for Tsonga uses Latin characters with diacritics to represent specific sounds not found in English or other languages using the Roman alphabet. Historically an oral tradition-based language without written literature until recent years when efforts have been made towards standardization. It shares some vocabulary similarities with neighboring languages such as Zulu but maintains its unique grammatical structure characterized by noun classes that affect verb agreement patterns.

Know About Ilocano Language

Ilocano is a language spoken by approximately 7 million people in the Philippines, particularly in the Ilocos Region and parts of Northern Luzon. It belongs to the Austronesian language family and is classified as one of four major languages within Philippine literature. The Ilocano alphabet consists of 28 letters that are based on Latin script with additional characters such as ñ, ng, and ay. The language has its own distinct grammar rules including verb-initial word order which sets it apart from other Filipino languages. As an important regional tongue, Ilocano plays a significant role in local culture through traditional songs (kankanta), folk stories (dandaniw), proverbs (patototdon) ,and epic poems like "Biag ni Lam-ang." With several dialects existing across various regions where it's spoken, efforts have been made to standardize this vibrant linguistic heritage for preservation purposes.

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