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Saturday, November 14, 2009

Teaching Simple African Words to Children


Teaching Simple African Words to Children

Teaching Simple African Words to Children



It is surprisingly easy to teach simple African words to children since infants and very young children are able to discern the sounds of the world's countless dialects and languages. Their still forming brains are in fact prepared to learn more than one language






Words featured in this article are of Madagascar’s standard dialect. Take multicultural learning beyond your borders and into Africa and teach easy Malagasy words to a child.

Teaching Simple African Malagasy Words to Children
Teaching Simple African-Malagasy Words to Children







Teaching Simple African Words To Children
Malagasy
English
Alina
Night
Hazo
Tree
Am-Pianarana
School
Tanana
Hand
Fotoana
Time
Milalao
Play
Vakio
Read
Fahazavana
Light
Trano
House
Sary
Picture
Izao Tontolo Izao
World
Hanorina
Build
Tena
Self
Eto An-Tany
Earth
Tsara
Good
Ahy
Me
Manome
Give
Lehibe
Great




Interesting Facts About Madagascar


Malagasy (mal-uh-gas-ee) is the national language of Madagascar.


Madagascar gets its current name from the 14th-century explorer Marco Polo.


The baobab tree can be considered the national tree of Madagascar along with countless wildlife species native only to the island.


Madagascar is slightly less than twice the size of Arizona and is the world’s fourth-largest island.


Malagasy is the nationality of the Madagascar people as well as the name of their language. English, French, and Malagasy are the official languages of Africa.




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