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Oku valula oinamwenyo Counting animals

Written by Zanele Buthelezi, Thembani Dladla, Clare Verbeek

Illustrated by Rob Owen

Translated by Nelly Ndafyaalako

Language Kwanyama

Level Level 1

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Ondjaba imwe otai ka nwa omeva.

One elephant is going to drink water.


Eenduli mbali otadi ka nwa omeva.

Two giraffes are going to drink water.


Eengalangobe nhatu noudila vanhe navo otava ka nwa omeva.

Three buffaloes and four birds are also going to drink water.


Eembabi nhano neemhinda hamano otadi ende da uka komeva.

Five impalas and six warthogs are walking to the water.


Eengolo heyali otadi tondokele komeva.

Seven zebras are running to the water.


Omafuma ahetatu neeshi omuwoyi otadi yoo momeva.

Eight frogs and nine fish are swimming in the water.


Onghoshi imwe otai kumbu. Nayo oya hala okunwa omeva. Olyelye a tila onghoshi?

One lion roars. He also wants to drink. Who is afraid of the lion?


Ondjaba imwe otai nu omeva nonghoshi.

One elephant is drinking water with the lion.


Written by: Zanele Buthelezi, Thembani Dladla, Clare Verbeek
Illustrated by: Rob Owen
Translated by: Nelly Ndafyaalako
Language: Kwanyama
Level: Level 1
Source: Counting animals from African Storybook
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