Africa Bridge

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This is the logo of Africa Bridge.

In the month of April,  the second grade of Stafford Primary will help people from the village of Ntandabala, Tanzania by doing a Read To Feed/Read To Build Reading Challenge.  We will read new series, bigger books, more minutes, and new genres.  We will read to help the students in Africa, inspired by the book Beatrice’s Goat.  It takes place in Kasinga, Uganda.  In the book, Beatrice was lucky enough to receive the gift of a goat, Mugisa, who changed her life.  Some of you may be thinking: How does a goat change someone’s life? Read the book to find out.

I translated to Swahili, the language of Tanzania, where I am reading to feed and reading to build.   I translated using Google Translate.

Mimi kutafsiriwa kwa Kiswahili, lugha ya Tanzania, ambapo mimi kusoma kulisha na kusoma kujenga.   Mimi kutafsirawa kutumia Google Translate.

Katika mwezi wa Aprili, daraja la pili ya Stafford Msingi itasaidia watu kutoka kijiji cha Ntandabala, Tanzania kwa kufanya Read Ili kulisha / Read Kujenga Reading Challenge. Sisi kusoma mfululizo mpya, vitabu kubwa, zaidi ya dakika, na muziki mpya. Sisi kusoma kuwasaidia wanafunzi katika Afrika, aliongoza kwa kitabu Beatrice ya mbuzi. Ni unafanyika katika Kasinga, Uganda. Katika kitabu hicho, B  eatrice alikuwa na bahati ya kupokea ile zawadi ya mbuzi, Mugisha, ambaye iliyopita maisha yake. Baadhi ya unaweza kuwa na mawazo: Ni jinsi gani mbuzi kubadilisha maisha ya mtu? Kusoma kitabu kujua.

 

How will you make a difference for people in other countries?

Jinsi gani unaweza kufanya tofauti kwa watu katika nchi nyingine?

Just one world….

Dunia moja tu….

Welcome Okaidja Afroso!

Karibu Okaidja Afroso!

Sure, they’re dancing…but on a TV show?

Hakika, wao ni kucheza…lakini yuu ya TV show?

Go Africa!

Ir Àfrica!

We are your friends….

Sisi Je Marafiki Yako….

Mission To Make A Difference

Mission Ya Kufanya Tofauti

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  • 04/21/2015 at 4:42 pm
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    Dear Ethan,
    This blog post was not only informative, but also very fun to read. I love how you translated everything you wrote into Swahili! That is very impressive. Good job!

    From,
    Taylor

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