Hello – Mwapoleni mukwai
How are you? – Muli shani
I’m fine, thanks – Ndifye bwino mukwai
My name is Jane – Nine Jane
What is your name? – Nimwe bani ishina?
I have come from Kitwe – Nafuma ku Kitwe
I have come from London – Nafuma ku London
I live in London – Njikala mu London
The KitweOnline English-Bemba Dictionary (ebook) is now available on Smashwords. Download your free sample in any of the following formats for your PC, Laptop, Mac, iPad or eReader:
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Free Sample Downloads here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/158704?ref=drjs
Review by: jacqueline dickey on Aug. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
I am very happy to have this dictionary. I would like a Bemba-English version, though.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
Review by: MUSONDA KAPATAMOYO on June 08, 2012 : (no rating)
Wonderful dictionary. Comes in handy very often. Needs more words though because Bemba is very dynamic and continuously changing. The dictionary could reflect that.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)