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Trying to Learn Setswana in Botswana via the Field Notes Blog #travel #adventure

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It has become embedded in the Batswana people to name the offsprings and award names that reflect or depict the great work of God. Every Setswana name revolves around the deeds or aspirations and plans of the Almighty. When looking at the names (illustrated) you will learn that every one of the names reflects on the happiness, sadness and hope brought upon by God. Each name is a symbol to the parents of what they want to see from you or what your birth meant at that moment in time. ...

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It has become embedded in the Batswana people to name the offsprings and award names that reflect or depict the great work of God. Every Setswana name revolves around the deeds or aspirations and plans of the Almighty. When looking at the names (illustrated) you will learn that every one of the names reflects on the happiness, sadness and hope brought upon by God. Each name is a symbol to the parents of what they want to see from you or what your birth meant at that moment in ...

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It has become embedded in the Batswana people to name the offsprings and award names that reflect or depict the great work of God. Every Setswana name revolves around the deeds or aspirations and plans of the Almighty. When looking at the names (illustrated) you will learn that every one of the names reflects on the happiness, sadness and hope brought upon by God. Each name is a symbol to the parents of what they want to see from you or what your birth meant at that moment in time. ...

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It has become embedded in the Batswana people to name the offsprings and award names that reflect or depict the great work of God. Every Setswana name revolves around the deeds or aspirations and plans of the Almighty. When looking at the names (illustrated) you will learn that every one of the names reflects on the happiness, sadness and hope brought upon by God. Each name is a symbol to the parents of what they want to see from you or what your birth meant at that moment in ...

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Learning to speak Setswana is far more tedious than I expected. Still worth it though! It feels like I'm in kindergarten again #learningsetswana #africa #spoegenplak #setswana by melkoeg

Melanie Koegelenberg on Instagram: “Learning to speak Setswana is far more tedious than I expected. Still worth it though! It feels like I'm in kindergarten again…”

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This is project aiming to build unity amongst Africans and World through language. When you learn a foreign language you become less judgmental of that culture of people that speak that language. If you want to learn how to speak and write Sesotho, Isixhosa, Isizulu and Setswana visit out YouTube channel called Learning Corner.

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Tswana (Setswana) is a Bantu language spoken by about 4.4 million people in Bostwana, where it is the national and majority language, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The majority of speakers, about 3.6 million, live in South Africa, where the language is officially recognised. Tswana is closely related to Southern and Northern Sotho, and is also known as Beetjuans, Chuana, Coana, Cuana and Sechuana. (...)

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