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Swahili is a language spoken in Eastern Africa, especially in Tanzania, Kenya, and Zanzibar. The purpose of 'Say Hello in Swahili' book is to bring out a nuanced reading to the beginning learners of Kiswahili. It aims at making learners of Kiswahili language hide the fact that they are new to the language. Many people appear novices to Kiswahili language despite reading many books that are supposedly teaching Kiswahili. Some learners still appear novices even after taking Kiswahili classes that are meant to be for absolute beginners. This book is for everyone who simply wants to say "hello" in Kiswahili in the same way as the fluent speakers do. Hope you enjoy reading through this book, and find it useful.

Published: Talen Ortz on
ISBN: 9781476110318
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