This book brings together proverbs from the seven most common Zambian languages: Bemba, Ki Kaonde, Lozi, Luyana, Luvale, Nyanja, and Chitonga. Each proverb is given in the original language with a literal English translation. Its meaning is explained and examples of usage and contextual notes are provided.
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Kl KAONDE PROVERBS
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