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Reading has at all times and in all ages been a great source of knowledge. Today the ability to read is highly valued and very important for social and economic advancement. In today’s world with so much more to know and to learn and also the need for a conscious effort to conquer the divisive forces, the importance of reading has increased.

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Everyone knows that reading is important, but have you ever asked yourself why that is so?

Reading has at all times and in all ages been a great source of knowledge. Today the ability to read is highly valued and very important for social and economic advancement.
In today’s world with so much more to know and to learn and also the need for a conscious effort to conquer the divisive forces, the importance of reading has increased.

Reading is an integral part of life and it’s difficult imagining life without it.

Here is a list of how to say I enjoy reading in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

I enjoy reading

2 Afrikaans

Ek hou van lees

3 Ndebele

ngithanda ukufunda

4 Xhosa

ndiyakuthanda ukufunda

5 Zulu

ngiyathanda ukufunda izincwadi

6 Sepedi

ke ipshina ka go bala

7 Sesotho

ke rata bo bala

8 Setswana

ke rata go buisa

9 Siswati

ngiyakutsandza kufundza

10 Tshivenda

ndi takalela u vhala

11 Xitsonga

ndzi rhandza ku hlaya

How to say I like my teacher in all 11 official SA languages

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A school teacher is a person trained to educate children. A school teacher is also responsible for the educational and emotional growth of children in a classroom setting, as well as managing the materials and resources used for educating them.

A school teacher teaches in classrooms within a school setting, providing children with the necessary building blocks for further learning.

Teachers don’t accept failure. They try every angle and every strategy to help students learn and succeed.

Here is a list of how to say I like my teacher in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

I like my teacher

2 Afrikaans

ek hou van my onderwyser

3 Ndebele

ngiyamthanda utitjhere wami

4 Xhosa

ndiyamthanda utitshala wam

5 Zulu

ngiyamthanda uthisha wami

6 Sepedi

ke rata morutisi wa ka

7 Sesotho

ke rata titjhere ya ka

8 Setswana

ke rata morutabana wa me

9 Siswati

ngiyamtsandza thishela wami

10 Tshivenda

ndi takalela mugudisi wanga

11 Xitsonga

ndzi rhandza mudyondzisi wa mina

How to ask: which school do you? go to in all 11 SA languages

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In South Africa, students have the option to study at a number of institutes. These include colleges, technikons and universities. What distinguishes these types of institutes, are the courses that they offer, the types of qualifications they offer, and the lengths of their courses.

If you want to experience life in one of the most diverse and complex countries in the world, you may choose to study in South Africa.

Here is a list of how to ask: which school do you go to? in eleven official South African languages.

1 English

which school do you?

2 Afrikaans

in watter skool is jy?

3 Ndebele

ufunda kisiphi isikolo?

4 Xhosa

ufunda phi?

5 Zulu

ufunda kusiphi isikole?

6 Sepedi

o ya sekolong sefe?

7 Sesotho

o kena sekolo hokae?

8 Setswana

o kena sekolo kwa kae?

9 Siswati

ufundza kusiphi sikolwa?

10 Tshivenda

ni khou dzena kha tshikolo tshifhio?

11 Xitsonga

u nghena eka xikolo xihi?