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KISWAHILI NOTES FOR FORM ONE - KENYA

 

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Kenya Notes

These notes follow the Kenya Syllabus. The notes have been prepared by qualified professional teachers.


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IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING SWAHILI - PART 1


1. It's easy to learn
Whatever your language background is, Swahili is fairly easy to learn. This is because the alphabet is largely similar to the English alphabet, making word recognition simpler. Swahili is also a phonetic language, which means that there is a one-to-one correspondence between what you hear and the written form, making spelling a breeze.


Speakers of languages such as Arabic, Portuguese, English and German will recognise some words borrowed from their languages. And then there are all those words you know already – like 'safari', 'Hakuna Matata' or 'Chai'. This means that no one begins with a blank slate on vocabulary!


2. Learning Swahili help do business in Eastern or Central Africa

Learning Swahili can be a significant advantage if you are planning to do business in Eastern or Central Africa. Swahili is the most widely spoken language in the region, and many business owners use it as their primary language of communication. Speaking the language will help you to communicate more effectively with your clients, employees, and partners, and it will also help you to understand the local culture and customs.

 

3. Foreign Media Organisations

Swahili is spoken by over 100m people in Africa so it’s pretty hard to ignore a language that’s spoken by so many people. Its importance as a lingua franca is recognised by foreign media organisations such as the BBC, which broadcasts radio programmes in Swahili. Voice of America and Deutsche Welle have adopted similar tactics in their attempts to appeal to readers on the continent.




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