Multilingual South African Dictionary

Multilingual South African Dictionary

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How to ask for a road map in all 11 official SA languages

How to ask for a road map in all 11 official SA languages

Date: March 13th, 2016

A road map is a map designed for motorists, showing the principal cities and towns of a state or
area, usually tourist attractions and places of historical interest, and the mileage from one place to another.

Whether you are planning a trip to another city, town, village or country, a road map will show you how to get there.

Here is a list of how to ask for a road map in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

Do you have a road map?

2 Afrikaans

Het jy ’n padkaart?

3 Ndebele

Unawo ummebhewendlela na?

4 Xhosa

Unayo imephu yeendlela?

5 Zulu

Unayo imephu yomgwaqo?

6 Sepedi

O na le mmepe wa tsela?

7 Sesotho

Na o na le mmapa wa tsela?

8 Setswana

A o na le mmepe wa tsela?

9 Siswati

Unalo yini libalave lemgwaco?

10 Tshivenda

Ni na mapa wazwiṱaraṱa?

11 Xitsonga

Xana u nawona mepe wo komba patu?

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