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Youssouf MBAE

New York, NY

#65 Feb 26, 2013
MAKALIMA YAWONESAWO MAHABA = LOVE EXPRESSIONS
YNANDZO=MAHABA=AMURU= All those three Expressions have one meaning in my Comorian Language as Love, ven this word in English we Comorian people can use it as it is.
Ngamhandzo=I love you
Ngam'wandzo= I love him/her
Ngunandzo= She/He loves me.
Ngonandzo= You love me( male/female)

Ngarim'wandzawoni= We love you
Ngariwandzawo= We love them.
Ngwanandzawo= They love me(male/female)
Ngamna'ndzawo= You love me(plural, male/female)
Youssouf MBAE

New York, NY

#66 Feb 26, 2013
Narandzane=Let us love each other.
Mahaba Kayanampaka= Love has no limit
mwana

Tanzania, United Republic of

#67 Jun 22, 2013
am immigration officer in tanzania. want to learn frw comoro sentences so ican communicate with comoro ttavellers
Youssouf MBAE

New York, NY

#68 Nov 12, 2013
Zara wrote:
Thankyou so much Youssouf but I think you misunderstood my question. Do the 3 languages of French, Arabic and Comorian work well together in Comoros? Like, would the majority of people prefer to speak Comorian in all domains of life? Or is everyone happy to speak 3 different languages in different aspects of life (Arabic in religion, French at school, Comorian at home)?
Thankyou! Et bonne Chance avec votre Kingazija. Vous parlez le francais non? Is Kingazidja the the same as Shingazidja?- the local language from Grande Comore?
Dear Zara,
Positively, as you said, Comorian people like what you have just said, they like speaking arabic in religious matters, French for official matters and Comorian at Homes but this because of the lucking of using our Comorian language in the best way as others.
Sincerely thanks
YM
Youssouf MBAE

New York, NY

#70 Nov 18, 2013
Nariunde Yelugha Yahatru:Let's build our language:

Mshumbushiyo= Greetings
Bonjour= Bariza Husha=Good morning
Bonsoir= Bariza Mtsana, Jiyoni= Good evening
Bonne nuit= Masihu Mema=Good night

Comoros Islands is one of the most magnificent and gorgeous Indian Ocean's Islands in East Africa. We have four different separated Islands but we speak the same language Comorian language in all the four Islands, we have the same Religion which is Islam and the same culture, that means we should not be in such problems of misunderstandings.
So why Comoros Islands does not develop as others?
Because of not being really patriotists, all comorian must be loving the stunning Islands which have mpostly all we should need, I am sure that Comoros is rich but we people the ones who should make the Country rich or poor, so Comoros is rich in few years coming.
Youssouf MBAE

New York, NY

#71 Nov 18, 2013
Dear Readers, we must understand that our Earth is the most valuable and precious place we have.That means wherever we live we have the most precious piece of the same Earth to live on. So Comoros is one the Earth, what does it mean? I, Youssouf MBAE, want to say that Comoros must be reach as other precious parts of our Earth but in condition that we comorian people must love our Land, Comoros Islands because Love can get money but Money never get buy love. We have three important things in our lifes we must live with them which are:
1-The soul
2-The heath
3-The love
Money never buy one of them but those three once we have them we can have money.
Let us explain this in Comorian language:
Ngasina Ndrongo Muhimu Ndraru Yikawo Mapesa Kashindi Wuzula:
1-Roho
2-Wununu
3-Mahaba
Lakini Yekamdru Ngenazendrongo Ndraru Yizo Mundrushinda Hahundru Mapesa Hezejitihadizamundru.
Womuhimuwayizo Nandzonambe Ndohukaya Sisiwakomoro Randze Yemasiwayahatru Hanyandzozakweli Rijwahuhundra Yemandini Yaliyoharumwasheyipvandeshants i Shakomori Namungu Hujibuwandru Hezeniyazahawo Nayeharijibu.
Mary

Dagenham, UK

#72 Dec 6, 2013
how do you say old lady in comorian
jerome

Europe

#73 Jan 4, 2014
omg sound so much like swahili eg
afternoon:mchana
motning:asubuhi
Nico

Tanzania, United Republic of

#74 Jan 5, 2014
Hello everyone I am currently living in Tanzania, Iringa region. I would love to visit the beautiful Comoros, and I plan on doing so when my work in Tanzania is finished (I am a secondary school teacher from the US). I really want to study the language, because it seems very similar to kiswahili.
Mimi nimeshazoea kiswahili kidogo, kwahiyo nadhani nitawezakufahamu kicomore(?) kama wacomore wakinisaidie.

I would love to chat sometime. Thank you!
Estre Ruiz

Las Rozas, Spain

#75 Feb 11, 2014
Hello there,

Im looking for a translator from French into Comorian. Please do you know any agency/school/organization I can contact that may be able to help me find one??

Many thanks in advance for your help,
Best regards,
Estre
mbae mahmoud

Saint Louis, MO

#76 Mar 27, 2014
[QUOTE whobrother youssouf what is your email address please, am in st louis mo, would like to talk.="Youssouf MBAE"]Dear Readers, we must understand that our Earth is the most valuable and precious place we have.That means wherever we live we have the most precious piece of the same Earth to live on. So Comoros is one the Earth, what does it mean? I, Youssouf MBAE, want to say that Comoros must be reach as other precious parts of our Earth but in condition that we comorian people must love our Land, Comoros Islands because Love can get money but Money never get buy love. We have three important things in our lifes we must live with them which are:
1-The soul
2-The heath
3-The love
Money never buy one of them but those three once we have them we can have money.
Let us explain this in Comorian language:
Ngasina Ndrongo Muhimu Ndraru Yikawo Mapesa Kashindi Wuzula:
1-Roho
2-Wununu
3-Mahaba
Lakini Yekamdru Ngenazendrongo Ndraru Yizo Mundrushinda Hahundru Mapesa Hezejitihadizamundru.
Womuhimuwayizo Nandzonambe Ndohukaya Sisiwakomoro Randze Yemasiwayahatru Hanyandzozakweli Rijwahuhundra Yemandini Yaliyoharumwasheyipvandeshants i Shakomori Namungu Hujibuwandru Hezeniyazahawo Nayeharijibu.[/QUOTE]brother
mbae mahmoud

Saint Louis, MO

#77 Mar 27, 2014
brother youssouf what is your email i would like to talk to you..thank you am in st louis,mo
Mo Dabora

Mutsamudu, Comoros

#79 Saturday Nov 22
Zara wrote:
Thankyou so much Youssouf but I think you misunderstood my question. Do the 3 languages of French, Arabic and Comorian work well together in Comoros? Like, would the majority of people prefer to speak Comorian in all domains of life? Or is everyone happy to speak 3 different languages in different aspects of life (Arabic in religion, French at school, Comorian at home)?
Thankyou! Et bonne Chance avec votre Kingazija. Vous parlez le francais non? Is Kingazidja the the same as Shingazidja?- the local language from Grande Comore?
I'm in Matsumudu (Anjouan) for almost 2 months now! from my little experience I think you are right. People Speak the 3 languages - However as Arabic is my mother tongue, I think most of the people just recite from memory the needed Arabic phrases (they don't actually understand the language).

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