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How to say you are invited to my birthday in all 11 SA languages

How to say you are invited to my birthday party in all 11 SA languages

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A birthday is the date on which a person was born. It is customary in many cultures to celebrate the anniversary of one’s birthday in some way, for example by having a birthday party with friends in which gifts are given.

It is also customary to treat someone especially well and generally accede to their wishes on their birthday.

Birthdays come and go, everyone grows up a year every year, and gifts are opened and thrown.

Here is a list of how to say you are invited to my birthday party in all 11 official South African languages.

1 English

you are invited to my birthday party

2 Afrikaans

jy word na my partytjie genool

3 Ndebele

umnyelwa elangeni lami lamabeletho

4 Xhosa

uyamenywa kumsitho womhla wokuzalwa kwam

5 Zulu

ngiyakumema sizogubha usuku lokuzalwa kwami

6 Sepedi

o mengwa monyanyaneng wa letšatši la matswalo a ka

7 Sesotho

ke o memela moketeng wa letsatsi la ka la tswalo

8 Setswana

o lalediwa go tla moletlong wa me wa botsalo

9 Siswati

umenyiwe lelusuku lwami lwekutalwa

10 Tshivenda

no rambiwa vhuṱamboni ha ḓuvha ḽanga ḽa mabebo

11 Xitsonga

ndzi ku rhamba eka nkhuvu wo tlangela siku ra mina ra ku velekiwa

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