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How do you say sorry in Zambia?

Last Updated: 20th April, 2020

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Ee / Eya / Inde (can also mean “indeed”). I'm sorry. “See you later”/We shall meet.

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Similarly, you may ask, what does Chikala mean?

A user from Nigeria says the name Chikala is of English origin and means ": "Gift of God"".

Additionally, how do you say good morning in Bemba? Useful phrases in Bemba

Phrase Chibemba (Bemba)
Good morning (Morning greeting) Mwaikaleni 'Mwaombeni Mwashibukeni Eya mukwai (reply)
Good afternoon (Afternoon greeting) Cungulo mukwai Mwaikaleni 'Mwaombeni Mwashibukeni Eya mukwai (reply)
Good evening (Evening greeting) Chungulopo mukwai Eya mukwai (reply)
Good night Sendamenipo

Subsequently, question is, what is hello in Zambian?

English Nyanja (Chewa) Hello. Moni. Sir (or) Mister Abambo.

How do you say thank you in Zambia?

Zambia

  1. English: Thank you.
  2. Bemba: Natotela.

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