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Translation request[edit source]

Hi, sorry to bother you, could you please translate this to Kgalagadi?

  • Guosa is a constructed interlanguage originally created by Alex Igbineweka in 1965. It was designed to be a combination of the indigenous languages of Nigeria and to serve as a lingua franca to West Africa.

Thanks for your help. Caro de Segeda (talk) 16:39, 27 November 2023 (UTC)Reply

Here is the translation:
Teme ya Gousa,ke teme e kwa tshimologong e tlhamilweng ka go tswakanya dipuo tse dingwe ke Alex Igbineweka ka ngwaga wa 1965. E ne e tlhametswe go kopanya dipuo tse di tlholegileng kwa lefatsheng la Nigeria, go dirisiwa ke mafatshe a a kwa bophirima jwa Aforika. Kolobetsoo (talk) 13:13, 28 November 2023 (UTC)Reply
Thank you so much. Caro de Segeda (talk) 13:39, 28 November 2023 (UTC)Reply

Translation request[edit source]

Hi, sorry to bother you, could you please translate this to Kgalagadi?

Glosa is an artificial auxiliary language designed for international communication. It has several characteristics:

  • Its pronunciation is regular, and its spelling is phonetic.
  • Its structure is very simple and based on meaning.
  • It is an analytical language with no inflections or genders. A small number of words handle grammatical relations.
  • Above all, Glosa is neutral and truly international due to the use of Latin and Greek roots, which are used in the international scientific vocabulary.

Thanks. --Jon Gua (talk) 11:43, 28 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

Hello sorry for taking long to respond
Glosa ke puo ye ye e ikihehelwa gka maikaelelo a go thouhaja go borisana le ba richabachaba. E na le ritshupo re le mmalwa:
  1. gkaho mahogko a bijwa gka gkaho le gkaho a peletwa gkaho ke mma go twaeleshilego
  2. gkaho e rulagana gka gkaho go mothohu ebile go na le bokawo
  3. Ke puo ya tshekatsheko ye e leng gore ha ena phetyogo ya mahogko kana bong. Mahogko a sekae a rihisiwa go golaganya puo ye.
  4. ha gorimo ga bilo zothe, Glosa ke puo ye e ha gari ebile e le ya ba richabachaba gka ntha ya go tswakangwa ga medi ya puo Latin le Greek, ye e leng gore e rihisiwa ke ba richabachaba go riha mahogko a maranyane.
Kolobetsoo (talk) 21:44, 11 March 2024 (UTC)Reply

Translation request[edit source]

Hi, sorry to bother you, could you please translate this to Kgalagadi?

  • Lingua Franca Nova (“Elefen”) is a language designed to be particularly simple, consistent, and easy to learn for international communications. It has a number of positive qualities:
  • 1. It has a limited number of phonemes. It sounds similar to Italian or Spanish.
  • 2. It is phonetically spelled. No child should have to spend years learning irregularities.
  • 3. It has a completely regular grammar, similar to the world’s creoles.
  • 4. It has a limited and completely regular set of productive affixes for routine word derivation.
  • 5. It has well-defined rules for word order, in keeping with many major languages.
  • 6. Its vocabulary is strongly rooted in modern Romance languages. These languages are themselves widespread and influential, plus they have contributed the major part of English vocabulary.
  • 7. It is designed to be naturally accepting of Latin and Greek technical neologisms, the de facto “world standard”.
  • 8. It is designed to seem relatively “natural” to those who are familiar with Romance languages, without being any more difficult for others to learn.
  • We hope you like Elefen!

Thanks for your help. --Jon Gua (talk) 08:59, 23 March 2024 (UTC)Reply

Hey Jon Gua
I'm sorry for responding just now, i have been a bit busy.
Lingua Franca Nova (“Elefen”) ke puo ye e rihilwe shegolobogolo gore e nne mothoho go ye ithyutya le gore e shegka ya hetyoga hetyoga ebile gape e thouhaje puisano le ba mahatshe uwa mangwe.E na le rinonoho je ri siamego ri le mmalwa:
  1. E na le merumo ye e legkanyerijweyo. Morumo wayo o chwana le Italian kana Spanish
  2. E peletiwa gka mo go twaeleshilego. Ha go na moghwana yo o chwanee go tshola ringwaga e ithyutya meumo ye ha e twaeleshegile.
  3. Gkaho e bolwa gkaho ke mma go twaeleshilego, ebile ebile go chwana le gkaho ripuo je ringwe ri ghamilwe gkaho ja lehatshe gka bophara.
  4. E rihisa matswakanyapuo o wa twaeleshilego go riha mahogko
  5. E na le melawana ye me kihwe shente go gokaganya ripuo je tyona
  6. Modi wayo o jwa mo ripuong ja Sheroma (Romance Languages) . Ripuo je gka bojona rizegago, ri na le bokao ebile ri ikarile lehatshe gka bophara ebile ri na le sheabe she shegolo mo go riheng puo ya Shekhowa.
  7. E kihelwe go amoshela mahogko uwa matsha a she Latin le she Greek e siame le a sha siame go ya gka maemo a lehatshe.
  8. E kihelwe go nna puo ya tholego mo go mba ba ze ripuo ja sheroma, go sena lehaele shengwe she she thyaatya go ithyutywa.
  9. Ke sholohela ha le ratya Elefen.
Kolobetsoo (talk) 05:37, 4 May 2024 (UTC)Reply
How do you say "Introduction in Kgalagadi"? Jon Gua (talk) 17:20, 6 May 2024 (UTC)Reply
Matjeno a Kgalagari Kolobetsoo (talk) 22:22, 6 May 2024 (UTC)Reply