Kijue Kiswahili-sehemu ya nne


Countng in kiswahili language is very simple.

One (Moja), two(mbili) ,three (Tatu), four(nne), tano(five) Sita(six) seven(Saba) eight (nane), nine (Tisa), Ten(kumi).

Then tens will follow for examples”kumi”means ten,

“Ishirini”means twenty,”thelathini”means thirty,”Arubaini” Means fouty,”hamsini”means fifty”,sitini”means sixty “Sabini”means seventy,”themanini”means eighty, “tisini” means nighnty,”mia Moja”means one hundred.

Then you will go on counting by adding the normal

numbers as two hundred to nine hundred like mia mbili for two hundred”mia tatu” for three hundred”mia nne” for four hundred”mia tano”for five hundred”mia sita” for six hundred”mia Saba”for seven hundred”mia nane”for

eighty hundred”mia tisa”for nine hundred then you go on  as the same way as how you used to count hundreds  and thousand using num

A million is also called”milioni”,then you have to tell the numbers

as usual to differentiate how many millions are you talking about?

It is one million?or two millions etc.just as how you did in counting

hundreds and thousands.The following is a kiswahili numbers system

with it’s equal valence in numerical.

Kiswahili Numericals Moja

  1. Moja
  2. Mbili
  3. Tatu
  4. Nne
  5. tano
  6. Sita
  7. Saba
  8. nane
  9. Tisa
  10. Kumi
  11. Kumi na Moja
  12. Kumi na mbili
  13. Kumi na Tatu
  14. Kumi na nne
  15. Kumi na tano
  16. Kumi na sita
  17. Kumi na Saba
  18. Kumi na nane
  19. Kumi na Tisa
  20. Ishirini
  1. Therty 40. Fourty 50. Firty 60. Sixty 70. Seventy 80. Eighty 90. Nighty 100. Hundred

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