ng'kwaagala nyo (I love you alot). The sound produced when your saying the "ny" part is nasal and doesnt exist in English vocabulary. "Ny" is the closest approximation to it.
you say khailat
BAMBI is the Luganda word for PLEASE SSEMUKASA MARK
Yes! = Ye!Luganda - English dictionaryhttp://www.gandaancestry.com/dictionary/dictionary.php
Aazu ki de
'konkkome' in luganda(bantu language in uganda)
In Swahili is "Nisamehe" in kirundi is"mbabarira" in luganda is "nsonyiwa"
Caru ti a methu ti
This is how you say I love you. "Ng'kwaagala". The "ng" sound is the same sound when your saying "coming" or "doing". The sound made at the "ng" part of the word is the sound you use at the beginning of the word "ng'kwaagala" Merry Christmas is Ssekukulu "ng'kwaagaliza Ssekukulu e'nunji. That's in the language