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Why Swahili Should Be the Next Language You Should Learn

Did you know Swahili, also known as Kiswahili has more than 200 million speakers making it one of the ten most widely spoken languages in the world?

Recently UNESCO designated 7th July as the World Kiswahili language Day.  Amazingly, most children in diaspora whose parents are originally from Swahili speaking countries can hardly communicate in Swahili.

That is why Kenyans Association in Bristol is offering Swahili lessons to anyone interested.

With its origin in East Africa, Swahili speakers spread over more than 14 countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), South Sudan, Somalia, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Comoros, and as far as Oman and Yemen in the Middle East. Southern African countries such as South Africa and Botswana have introduced it in schools, while Namibia and others are considering doing so.

Swahili Elementary Course

Welcome to our Online Swahili Lessons!

Embark on a language-learning journey with our Elementary Swahili Course, meticulously crafted to help learners develop proficiency in understanding and speaking everyday Swahili from the ground up.

As the course unfolds, we focus on enhancing basic communicative skills, with special emphasis on speech comprehension through simple day-to-day dialogues. Whether you're an adult, child, or young learner, our course is tailored for beginners of all ages.

Discover the joy of learning Swahili online with our comprehensive and inclusive language program!

We are currently running on full capacity on our Swahili courses. Watch this space for news of the next intake.

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