Language name: Shua
ISO Language Code: shg
GRN Language Number: 16645
Language Scope: ISO Language
Language State: Verified
Sample of Shua
These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.
Audio Bible readings of whole books of specific, recognized, translated Scripture with little or no commentary.
Audio-visual Bible lessons in 40 sections with pictures. Contains Bible overview from creation to Christ, and teaching on the Christian life. For evangelism and church planting.
Words of Life (in Shua: Sili)
Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music. Sue Hasselbring, 1999: "Program 15920 and SILI program 12081 seem to be similar dialects. People said these dialects are spoken at Dukwe, Letlhakane and in the Norteast District. The dialect was called Tsheretshere by one group. No one in Boteti villages said they understood these dialects well, thus their statements about where the varieties are spoekn should be taken with a grain of salt. However, respondents in the Serowe subdistrict also referred to people to the northeast of Serowe as Tsheretshere.
Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music. Includes messages in KALANGA.
Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music. Includes TSWANA.Sue Hasselbring wrote that 15940 (marked Sesarwa) and 01595 (marked Koree) seem to be similar dialects. Speakers of Danisi said they could understand it. Others refer to them as Cgaisa or Shua dialects. Or the language of Nata and Gweta. Seems these messages would be understood in villages and at cattleposts along and north of the Orapa-Rakops road incl Phuduhudu, Gweta and Nata and the cattleposts north of those villages with Nata being the eastern border.(Hasselbring, 1999) (DJ, Jul 2016).
- MP3 Audio (32.4MB)
- Low-MP3 Audio (8.3MB)
- MPEG4 Slideshow (73.5MB)
- AVI for VCD Slideshow (11MB)
- 3GP Slideshow (4.2MB)
- Shua (ISO Language)
Shua, Deti, Ganadi;
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