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Sunday, June 24, 2018

KISWAHILI NOTES FOR FORM THREE



KISWAHILI NOTES FOR FORM THREE
(kiswahili Kidato cha Tatu)

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TOPIC 1 - NGELI ZA MANENO

TOPIC 2 - MJENGO WA TUNGO

TOPIC 3 - MAENDELEO YA KISWAHILI

TOPIC 4 - (a) UHAKIKI WA KAZI ZA FASIHI ANDISHI (Utangulizi, Maelezo)

                 (b) UHAKIKI WA KAZI ZA FASIHI ANDISHI (Riwaya, Tamthiliya, Ushairi)





TOP 10  LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN  AFRICA


As the second-largest continent, both in population and land mass, Africa is one of the most diverse places in the world. Really, it’s huge – bigger than the United States, China, India, and most of Europe combined. But what's the most spoken language in Africa?

Because of its size, Africa and its 54 countries are incredibly diverse – linguists estimate that nearly 2,000 native languages are spoken in Africa, along with more global languages like English and French. And due to that diversity, many Africans are at least bilingual, if not trilingual.

Final Words

As evident from the wide list of languages mentioned above, Africa is a mixture of many languages fused into it, with each language apart and distinct from the other. The growing influx of migrants, changing political situation, and effervescent law and order situation in Africa has not been able to influence the number of most spoken languages in Africa. To date, this region remains one of the largest continents of the world with a wide number of languages to boast of—which will, undoubtedly, continue to retain themselves in the future.




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