Learn Kiswahili
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Learn Kiswahili

Communicate with new friends in Kenya by Learning Kiswahili!

While a person can visit Kenya and not learn one word of Kiswahili, they are missing out on a wonderful tool to help one interact and learn more about Kenyans and the country. The simple fact that someone learns a few words or will master some greetings is a sign that the visitor is not just a tourist, but someone who is interested in the culture and language. You will be amazed at how far a few simple greetings will take you in terms of interacting and creating friendships.

We have provided a progression of Kiswahili lessons. If you complete the series and practice on the side, you will very ready to amaze your friends and especially the Kenyans you will be working with in Kenya!