Juzi,day before yesterday. Mwaka jana,last year
Jana,yesterday. Mwaka uliopita,last year
Leo,to day. Mwezi uliopita,last month
Kesho,tomorrow. Wiki iliyopita,last week
Kesho kutwa,day after tomorrow. Mwaka ujao,next year
Juzi na jana,day before yesterday. And yesterday. Mwezi ujao,next month
. Wiki ijayo,next week
Juzi juzi,a few days ago
ON THE USE OF JE.
The word je is used to introduce a question and has no special meaning. As no change occurs in the structure of the sentence when asking questions in Swahili, je,is a useful device for calling attention to the question being asked, compare the following two sentences, one is a question, the other is not;
a) Mgeni amefika leo,The guest arrived today.
b) je,Mgeni amefika leo?Did the guest arrive to day?
When je is attached to the end of the verb it means “who””what”
E,g,unasemaje?how,what,do you say?
Unapikaje?how do you cook?
Unafanyaje?how do you do it?etc
Translate into swahili
1.The children went to school yesterday.
2,Tatu was ill yesterday and was at home
3,When will you go to see Tatu at home?
4.where were you yesterday
5.Which man is brave and kind?