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Jag

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Sep 16, 2006
 

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Would anybody mind helping me translate English into Shona.

I need to say, "I want you for mine."

It is for a greeting card. Any help will be much appreciated.
mukiwa amadoda

Axminster, UK

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Oct 31, 2006
 

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siss,
chelsea

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Jan 19, 2007
 

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hey ts up?
Going to Oz

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Jan 26, 2007
 
Wifey and I are emigrating to Queensland, Australia.
Arriving mid March. Anybody out there know if sadza is available?

Since: Jan 07

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Feb 1, 2007
 

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Jag wrote:
Would anybody mind helping me translate English into Shona.
I need to say, "I want you for mine."
It is for a greeting card. Any help will be much appreciated.
Ndinokuda somugodhi
naomi

Rooty Hill, Australia

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Feb 3, 2007
 

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could someone help me translate pencils and paper into shona i need it for my sponcer child blessing
rosslyn

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Feb 12, 2007
 

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hi would someone be able to help me translate happy birthday into shona for a birthday cake for a friend for his birthday, just also how to spell it.

thankyou
Sally

Berlin, Germany

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#10
Feb 15, 2007
 
I am living in Spain and need to renew my zim passport. Does anyone know how to do this without going back to zim.

cancarix@gmail.com
amy

Solihull, UK

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#11
Feb 18, 2007
 
bvuma wasakara
rosslyn wrote:
hi would someone be able to help me translate happy birthday into shona for a birthday cake for a friend for his birthday, just also how to spell it.
thankyou
samaz

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#12
Feb 28, 2007
 
hupfu hurikuno,i saruraude
Richard

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#13
Mar 4, 2007
 
My wife and I have recently agreed to support a small family in Zimbabwe through the Foster Parents Plan. Does anyone know where I can get software to allow us to translate our letters to Shona for the eight year old daughter?
Many thanks
taryn

Australia

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#14
Mar 5, 2007
 
Hi would someone please help by translating the following to shona "Live as if you will die today"

Thanks!
Fish

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Mar 11, 2007
 

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Jag wrote:
Would anybody mind helping me translate English into Shona.
I need to say, "I want you for mine."
It is for a greeting card. Any help will be much appreciated.
Ndinokuda uve wangu
Fish

Sydney, Australia

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Mar 11, 2007
 
taryn wrote:
Hi would someone please help by translating the following to shona "Live as if you will die today"
Thanks!
Rarama sezvinonzi uchafa nhasi
Fish

Sydney, Australia

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Mar 11, 2007
 
Going to Oz wrote:
Wifey and I are emigrating to Queensland, Australia.
Arriving mid March. Anybody out there know if sadza is available?
I am in Melbourne, Aussie and mealie meal is available from some South African shops so you might be luck where you are going
hie

Manchester, UK

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Mar 13, 2007
 

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me and my husband went there he is zimbabwean and there was no such thing over there
Daniel

Oak Harbor, WA

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#19
Mar 29, 2007
 
We need Shona Translator for document translation.
Please, e-mail your resume to the e-mails in the web site below:
http://www.languages-translation.info
Rachel

London, UK

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#20
Apr 4, 2007
 
Hey I'm reading Nervous Conditions by Tsitsi Dameranga and I was just wondering if anyone can give me a translation of what
"Babamukuru" means...as in does it mean 'my father's brother' and what are the implications of using this title?
Nyoka UK

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Jun 22, 2007
 

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Sally wrote:
I am living in Spain and need to renew my zim passport. Does anyone know how to do this without going back to zim.
cancarix@gmail.com
Yeah, there no way you can reknew it in spain you have to go back to zim. my mum reknewed her's last year and she had to do it from zim.
Twiza

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Jun 23, 2007
 

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Cab anyone tell me waht the following words nmean - thanks

warwadza,
pandataura
akataura kuti waivepo
kudzikinyidza
wakaoma

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