Talk:Masaba language

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Would you mind not inserting the infobox right now? It just makes the article look like crap when it's only a stub. I know the article deserves one, but just wait a little longer and I'll write some more info on phonology and such that won't make the template just seem awkward.

And I don't quite see the point of having it under "...language" since there seems to be nothing else called "Masaba". If you check out Wikipedia:WikiProject Languages, there is no standard that calls for a disambiguating title (that's the point of "XXX language) unless there's something to actually disambiguate from. See Esperanto and Hindi for example.

Peter Isotalo 22:20, 18 August 2005 (UTC)

lumasaaba simple sentences[edit]

Mulembe inywe mwesi muganika lumasaaba

Nga wabone lupapula luno nuumanye uri ingana khwilanemo mululimi lwengo