How do you spell hello in Swahili?
You spell "hello" h, e, l, l, o. It's also misspelled as hallow or hellow, the latter probably influenced by the word "yellow."
The word Swahili is spelled "Swahili." In Swahili, the language is called Kiswahili. Note: If you wanted to know the spelling conventions for Swahili, the language (which was originally written in Arabic script) uses the Roman alphabet and the words are spelled phonetically. The pronunciation of vowels is comparable to Italian and Spanish.. With a couple of minor exceptions the consonants are pronounced much like English consonants.
You spell read r, e, a, d in Swahili The Swahili word that means read is kusoma (infinitive), e.g., ninasoma (I am reading), unasoma (you are reading), nasoma kila siku (I read every day). Kusoma also means study, e.g., Nasoma historia (I study history). This usage is the same in the U.K. ("I read history at university").
amog dag suay It is to be hoped that no one has taken the above for a serious answer. The words are nonsense. There is no Swahili word for spell-check. Students teachers, and i.t. personnel would almost certainly use the English: Hakikisha umespellcheck jibu lako (Be sure you have "spell-checked" your answer), something the first contributor certainly didn't do.