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If you want to learn English by your self without a teacher, just concentrate to the following table and you will learn English language. See the table bellow:

VERBS FORMAT

SN SWAHILI PRESENT CONTINUING  SIMPLE PAST PAST PARTICIPLE
ADHIBU Punish Punishing Punished Punished
ANGUKA Fall Falling Fell Fallen
ANZA Begin Beginning Began Begun
CHIMBA Dig Digging Dug Dug
DAKA Catch Catching Caught Caught
FANYA KAZI Work Working Worked Worked
FICHA Hid Hiding Hid Hidden
FUATA Follow Following Followed Followed
GUNDISHA Bind Binding Bound Bound
JIFUNZE Learn Learning Learned/Learnt Learned/Learnt
KIMBIA Run Running Ran Run
KUA Grow Growing Grew Grown
KULA Eat Eating Ate Eaten
KUMBUKA Remember Remembering Remembered Remembered
KUNYWA Drink Drinking Drank Drank
LALA Sleep Sleeping Slept Slept
LAZA/LALA Lie Lying Lay Lain
MALIZA Finish Finishing Finished Finished
NG’ATA Bite Biting Bit Bitten
NUNUA Buy Buying Brought Brought
OKOA Save/Rescue Saving/Rescuing Saved/Rescued Saved/Rescued
ONA See Seeing Saw Seen
PATA Get Getting Got Got
PENDA Love Loving Loved Loved
PIGANA Fight Fighting Fought Fought
POKEA Receive Receiving Received Received
SAHAU Forget Forgetting Forgot Forgotten
SEMA UONGO Lie Lying Lied Lied
SIKIA Hear Hearing Heard Heard
SOGEA/SOGEZA Move Moving Moved Moved
TAFUTA Find finding Found Found
TEMBEA Walk Walking Walked Walked
VUNJA Break Breaking Broke Broken
ZUNGUSHA Ring Ringing Rang Rung

 

  SWAHILI PRESENT CONTINUING SIMPLE PAST PAST PARTICIPLE
AMKA Wake Waking Woke/Waked Woken/Waked
APA Swear Swearing Swore Sworn
BAMIZA Bang Banging Banged Banged
BEMBEA Swing Swinging Swung Swung
CHAGUA Choose Choosing Chose Chosen
CHANA Tear Tearing Tore Torn
CHOMOZA Rise Rising Rose Risen
CHORA Draw Drawing Drew Drawn
ELEWA Understand Understanding Understood Understood
FAGIA Sweep Sweeping Swept Swept
FAIDI Benefit Benefiting Benefited Benefited
FANYA Make Making Made Made
FANYA Do Doing Did Done
FIKIRI Think Thinking Thought Thought
FUNDISHA Teach Teaching Taught Taught
GOMA Strike Striking Struck Struck
HISI Feel Feeling Felt Felt
HITAJI Need Needing Needed Needed
IMBA Sing Singing Sang Sung
KAA Sit Sitting Sat Sat
KOPA Borrow Borrowing Borrowed Borrowed
KUNJA Bend Bending Bend Bent
KUPESHA Lend Lending Lent Lent
KUTANA Meet Meeting Met Met
KWAMA Stack Stacking Stuck Stuck
LIA Weep Weeping Wept Wept
LISHA Feed Feeding Fed Fed
MAANISHA Mean Meaning Meant Meant
MWAGA DAMU Bleed Bleeding Bled Bled
NG’AA Shine Shining Shone Shone
NJOO Come Coming Came Come
ONDOKA Leave Leaving Left Left
ONGOZA Lead Leading Lead Lead
PIGA Beat Beating Beat Beaten
POTEZA Lose Losing Lost Lost
SHIKA/SHIKILIA Hold Holding Held Held
SHINDA Win Winning Won Won
TABASAMU Smile Smiling Smiled Smiled
TAFITI Research Researching Besought Besought
TUPA Throw Throwing Threw Thrown
VUMA Blow Blowing Blew Blown
WASHA Light Lighting Lit/Lighted Lit/Lighted
ZAA/ZALIWA Bear Bearing Bore Born
  SWAHILI PRESENT CONTINUING SIMPLE PAST PAST PARTICIPLE
AMKA Wake Waking Woke/waked Woken/waked
ANGUKA Fall Falling Fell Fallen
ANZA Start Starting Started Started
APA Swear Swearing Swore Sworn
BAMIZA Bang Banging Banged Banged
BEMBEA Swing Swinging Swung Swung
CHANA Tear Tearing Tore Torn
CHEKA Laugh Laughing Laughed Laughed
ELEWA Understand Understanding Understood Understood
ENDESHA Drive Driving Drove Driven
FAGIA Sweep Sweeping Swept Swept
FAIDI Benefit Benefiting Benefiting Benefiting
FANYA Make Making Made Made
FIKIRI Think Thinking Thought Thought
GHARAMIA Cost Costing Costed Costed
GOMA Strike Striking Struck Struck
HITAJI Need Needing Needed Needed
IMBA Sing Singing Sang Sung
ISHI/KAA Dwell Dwelt Dwelt Dwelt
JENGA Build Building Built Built
KAA Sit Sitting Sat Sat
KUNJA Bend Bending Bent Bent
KUTANA Meet Meeting Met Met
KWAMA Stick Sticking Stuck Stuck
LIA Weep Weeping Wept Wept
MAANISHA Mean Meaning Meant Meant
MALIZA Complete Completing Completed Completed
MWAGA DAMU Bleed Bleeding Bled Bled
MWISHO/ISHIA End Ending Ended Ended
ONGEA Speak Speaking Spoke Spoken
PAA/RUKA Fly Flying Flew Flown
PASUA Burst Bursting Burst Burst
PIGA Beat Beating Beat Beaten
SHINDA Win Winning Won Won
SHUKURU Thank Thanking Thanked Thanked
TABASAMU Smile Smiling Smiled Smiled
TAFITI Research Researching Besought Besought
TAMBAA Creep Creeping Crept Crept
TAWANYA Spread Spreading Spread Spread
TUMIA Spend Spending Spent Spent
TUPA Throw Throwing Threw Thrown
UNGUZA/CHOMA Burn Burning Burned/Burnt Burned/Burnt
VUMA Blow Blowing Blew Blown

 

  SWAHILI PRESENT CONTINUING SIMPLE PAST PAST PARTICIPLE
ACHA Let Letting Let Let
AMBIA Tell Telling Told Told
ANDIKA Write Writing Wrote Written
CHAGUA Choose Choosing Chose Chosen
CHEKA Laugh Laughing Laughed Laughed
CHORA Draw Drawing Drew Drawn
ENDESHA Drive Driving Drove Driven
FANYA Do Doing Did Done
FUNDISHA Teach Teaching Taught Taught
GONGA Hit Hitting Hit Hit
HISI Feel Feeling Felt Felt
IBA Steal Stealing Stole Stolen
ISHI/KAA Dwell Dwelt Dwelt Dwelt
JUA Know Knowing Knew Know
KATAZA Forbid Forbidding Forbade Forbidden
KOPA Borrow Borrowing Borrowed Borrowed
KOPESHA Lend Lending Lent Lent
LISHA Feed Feeding Fed Fed
NENDA Go Going Went Gone
NG’AA Shine Shining Shone Shone
NING’INIA Hang Hanging Hanged/Hung Hanged/Hung
ONDOKA Leave Leaving Left Left
ONGEA Speak Speaking Spoke Spoken
ONGOZA Lead Leading Led Led
ONYESHA Show Showing Showed Showed/Shown
PIGA GOTI Kneel Kneeling Knelt Knelt
POTEZA Lose Losing Lost Lost
SAGA Grind Grinding Ground Ground
SAMEHE Forgive Forgiving Forgave Forgiven
SIKIA Hear Hearing Heard Heard
TAMBAA Creep Creeping Crept Crept
TEMA MATE Spit Spitting Spat Spat
UMIZA Hurt Hurting Hurt Hurt
WASHA Light Lighting Lit/lighted Lit/lighted
WEKA Put Putting Put Put
ZAA/ZALIWA Bear Bearing Bore Borne/Born

 

  CHART OF TENSES

SIMPLE PAST – YESTERDAY SIMPLE PRESENT – TODAY SIMPLE FUTURE – TOMORROW
–       I spoke good English

–       You drove a car

–       He/she/it broke my stick

–       We learnt History

–       They ate oranges

–        I speak good English

–       You drive a car

–       He/she/it breaks my stick

–       We learn History

–       They eat oranges

–       I shall speak good English

–       You will drive a car

–       He/she/it will break my stick

–       We shall learn History

–       They will eat oranges

 

NIME……/PAST PERFECT NIME…. / PRESENT PERFECT NITAKUWA NIME /FUTURE PERFECT
–       I had spoken good English

–       You had driven a car

–       He/she/it had broken my stick

–       We had learnt History

–       They had eaten oranges

–       I have spoken good English

–       You have driven a car

–       He/she/it has broken my stick

–       We have learnt History

–       They have eaten oranges

–       I shall have spoken good English

–       You will have driven a car

–       He/she/it will broken my stick

–       We shall have learnt History

–       They will have eaten oranges

 

NILIKUWA NIKI /

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

NIMEKUWA NIKI /

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

NITAKUWA NIME /

FUTURE  PERFECT CONTINUOUS

–       I had been speaking good English

–       You had been driving a car

–       He/she/it had been breaking my stick

–       We had been learning History

–       They had been eating oranges

–       I have been speaking good English

–       You have been driving a car

–       He/she/it has been breaking my stick

–       We have been learning History

–       They have been eating oranges

–       I will have been speaking good English

–       You will have been driving  a car

–       He/she/it will been breaking my stick

–       We will have been learning History

–       They will have been eating oranges

 

NILIKUWA NIKI /

PAST CONTINUOUS

NINA  /

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

NITAKUWA NINA  /

FUTURE  CONTINUOUS

–       I was speaking good English

–       You were driving a car

–       He/she/it was breaking my stick

–       We were learning History

–       They were eating oranges

–       I am speaking good English

–       You are driving a car

–       He/she/it is breaking my stick

–       We are learning History

–       They are eating oranges

–       I shall be speaking good English

–       You will be driving  a car

–       He/she/it will be breaking my stick

–       We will be learning History

–       They will be eating oranges

 

 

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