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Learn basic Swahili.
What you'll learn
How to read, speak and write basic Swahili.
Bonus classes will include some Swahili expressions.
Be able to read , write and understand English.
The course is mainly translated from English to Swahili.
Hi, Welcome to the course. This course will not only help you learn how to speak Swahili, but will also teach you how to read it. We will go from constructing basic phrases to complex sentences. You will learn greetings, common phrases, and expressions; among other aspects of the language.If you are planning to visit or work as an expatriate in East Africa and would like to communicate with the locals with ease, this course is for you. Learning Swahili will go a long way to help you go about your day-to-day activities. Furthermore, most people are thrilled to hear visitors attempt to use any Swahili at all. I am so excited and I wish you the best as you b this amazing journey.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Introduction to lecture one.
Lecture 3 Greetings.
Lecture 4 Family.
Lecture 5 Common phrases
Lecture 6 Vowels, consonants and syllables.
Lecture 7 Simple word formation.
Lecture 8 Pronunciation
Section 2: Nouns, objects and numbers.
Lecture 9 Numbers.
Lecture 10 Shapes.
Lecture 11 Food and fruits.
Lecture 12 Animals.
Lecture 13 Colours.
Lecture 14 Nouns.
Lecture 15 Common phrases part 2
Section 3: Clothing, transport, weather and places.
Lecture 16 Introduction to section three and clothing.
Lecture 17 Transport.
Lecture 18 Weather.
Lecture 19 Places.
Lecture 20 Common phrases part 3
Lecture 21 Dictated quiz.
Section 4: Emotions, & tenses, verbs and sentence formation.
Lecture 22 Introduction to section four and emotional states.
Lecture 23 Adverbs of .
Lecture 24 of day.
Lecture 25 Days of the week and months of the year.
Lecture 26 reading a clock.
Lecture 27 Tenses.
Lecture 28 Verbs.
Lecture 29 Sentence formation (ngeli)
Section 5: Bonus lecture.
Lecture 30 Common expressions.
Lecture 31 Common phrases
Lecture 32 Read and listen exercise.
Lecture 33 Course summary.
Lecture 34 Final goodbye and finalization of course.
Bners learning Swahili language.,Non native Swahili speakers who wish to visit East africa.