Learn Bambara with Jeff Frazee

I am currently using the LAMP method to learn Bambara through French, and these are the listening and repeating exercises that I create.

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http://learnbambara.blogspot.com/
Description
Listen and repeat exercises in Bambara
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2014-10-04 23:50
last episode published
2011-05-16 22:42
publication frequency
6.09 days
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Number of Episodes
5
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
16.05.2011

Bambara Day 5

Phrases Our Kids Asked to LearnGet off the wall.Jigi koko kan.Literally:Jigikokokan.Decendwallon.Do you have a bike?I be negeso boloLiterally:Ibenegesobolo?Youarebikearm?(Maybe like, "Have you got a bike on you? Possession isstrongly emphasized over ow...
Jeff Frazee author
27.04.2011

Bambara Day 4

A common conversation that can be used to learn many things in Bambara.What's your name?I togo be di?                                                           My name is Jacob.                                                           Ne togo ye Yacou...
Jeff Frazee author
27.04.2011

Day 3

Typical morning greetingsGood morning.           I ni sogoma.                                                                       Hey, did you have a peaceful night?                                                           M'ba (male response to a g...
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22.04.2011

Bambara Day 2

I am from the United States.Ne bora États Unis.Now, I live in Kadiolo Koko.Sisan, ne be Kadiolo Koko.I want to learn your language and your culture.Ne b'a fe ka aw ka kan ani aw ka ladalako kalan.I left here in the year 2000.Ne bora ya san ba fila.I re...
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22.04.2011

Bambara Day 1

I want to learn Bambara.Ne b'a fe ka Bamanakan kalan.I don't understand Bambara yet.Ne te Bamanakan men folo.Give me the road. (Meaning: I would like to go now.)Sira di.I want to be going.Ne be fe ka taga.See you later.K'an ben kofé. (kofé also means b...
Jeff Frazee author