Beginner’s course & phrase book in Zulu
Khuluma is an introductory Zulu course aimed at learners who have no previous knowledge of the language. It can be used for self instruction or in a classroom situation.
This manual consists of four chapters each of which introduces the learner to important language functions such as asking someone where they are going and what they are doing, saying farewell, thanking, etc. Exercises are provided to practice the questions and language functions and answers to these provided at the back of the book. Useful phrases such as comments on the weather, wishing someone well, phrases to request help or asking someone where they come from are included in a section on useful phrases. A vocabulary list of words included in the course is also provided for easy reference. All the conversations, exercises, phrases and songs of the course are included on a CD, three songs are included for interest.
Khuluma is an introductory Zulu course aimed at learners who have no previous knowledge of the language. It can be used for self instruction or in a classroom situation. The course introduces learners to very useful aspects of the language such as greetings, asking after a person’s health, asking a range of questions and equipping the learner to answer these. The aim of the course is to provide the learner with language that he/she can use immediately in oral communication.
Beverley Muller is a graduate of the University of KwaZulu Natal (BA. Hon, M.A, B. Soc Science, U.E.D) and the University of Paul Valery in Montpellier, France (Diploma in the teaching of French as a foreign language). She has taught languages in KwaZulu Natal schools and lectured in Zulu full time at the University of KwaZulu Natal (Durban). She is the co-author of the Sanibona Khuluma and Ninjani Zulu courses.
Sihawukele Ngubane (B.A Hons. University of Zululand, M.A, PHD. University of KwaZulu Natal) is a professor at the University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban Campus
Thomas Barry did a sculptor major at the Technikon KwaZulu Natal in Durban