CynthiaSwahili follow-up course - A2 level (ideal follow-up to the A1 course
This is the continuation of the beginners course and leads to A2 + level.
The course starts with a short review of the material from the beginners course and then continues with the more complex grammar.
Topics that are discussed here include: the weather, the little words, safari, narrative, writing letters and topics related to your own destination.
Speaking skills and writing skills become more important in these lessons. For example, it is expected that you can give a small presentation, and you will be challenged to do the emails to the teacher as much as possible in Swahili.
JosephAfrican language :swahili used in Kenya,Uganda,Tanzania,Congo,Rwanda,Burundi
swahili is now an international language used in East and central Africa,Expatriates, tourists, ,community workers,diplomatics,researchers are mostly advice to learn kiswahili especially those intending to visit or work in Africa,also cultural exchange and those intending to settle in Africa
EverlyneSwahili tutor, learn how to speak, read and write in Swahili
I specialize in tutoring Swahili, my goal is to help my students to speak, read and write in Swahili, using both fun and challenging methods of tutoring with lessons tailored to student's needs and pace
I give periodic progress assessment reports as we learn after every couple of lessons.
AntonySwahili basic to advanced and biology tutoring for better understanding.
-My main aim of teaching Swahili is to assist any student to develop ability in understanding and speaking everyday Swahili of a standard variety.On basis of well-established speech habits, the student can then go on with relatively high efficiency to the further skills of reading and writing. I am always ready to share the skills in a kind and loving manner.
-In teaching Biology, I enjoy assisting students understand a certain topic from scratch to advanced for better improvement in the subject. I specialize in primary and high school level.
CarolyneEnglish and Swahili Languages for people taking it as a second language
I wish to teach English and Swahili for those who are learning these languages as a second language for purposes of working in the countries that speak these languages.
I am a bachelor of business administration graduate, where English was my learning language and Swahili as a medium of communication besides my local language(Mother Tongue)
MudaneEnglish, Arabic, Swahili, learn and speak prep Tutoring
Swahili, English and Arabic. fluent.
Swahili is a Bantu language spoken mainly in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya, and also in Burundi, Mozambique, Oman, Somalia the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Africa by about 98 million people. Swahili is an official language of Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya, and is used as a lingua franca throughout East Africa.
GeoffreyLearn how speak Swahili or have English Swahili translator
This class is for aspiring candidates who wish to learn the Swahili language or are in need for a translation from Swahili to English and vice versa. You will learn the basic communication in Swahili language for those planning to visit or work in Eastern and central Africa nations.
BettyLearn how to speak Swahili in a real practical environment
I specialize in teaching Swahili. My goal is to help you learn how to write and speak Swahili. I will teach you how to pronounce words and construct sentences in Swahili. If you are an absolute beginner don't worry I'll make this class as fun and easy as possible for you. I will be happy to do tours for you of great places in Nairobi with different people so that you can practice in a real setting and test your progress. You want to visit the market we will do exactly that and pick groceries as you engage the locals. You want to eat out you'll order the food virtually. Hakuna matata!
ChelseaSwahili language for beginners to equip learners with conversational skills as well as for traveling purposes.
Swahili is an Arabic word meaning "of the coast" or people of the coast." It is one of 80 Bantu (African) languages, and is the national language of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and is spoken in Burundi, Rwanda and Zaire, and other parts of central and eastern Africa.
Objectives of the class:
1. Students will gain an appreciation for Swahili as a language spoken in many parts of Africa.
2. Students will share and illustrate words from their own culture using English and Swahili and others to create a word quilt.
EdithBeginner classes for art and craft, Swahili and reading
Art is the most amazing way if sharing your inner thoughts and imaginations with others. I will help you discover your artistic nature and explore different art styles.
Swahili is a beautiful language to learn. Through this class, you will be able to learn basic Swahili language.
Explore reading and stay ahead of others through reading different materials.
JohnSwahili lessons based in different level and knowledge
Shwahili based in understanding in every differents Level, designed for beginners and others, learning communication skills, numbers, and basic.
Learn Swahili street language.
"Karibu kwenye Dararasa la kishwahili Tujifunze lugha" (welcome to swahili class to learn the language)
CarolineSwahili, English and Business management tutoring .
I specialize in teaching languages and business courses. My teaching methodology involves looking at every learner as an individual and customizing content to their specific needs.
If you want to learn Swahili and English I have many years of experience teaching languages which makes it possible for you to learn very fast. I believe that you just need to start and soon you will be speaking away!!!
For business courses, I customize lessons according to learner needs. Anything from accounting to international business and we have a great lesson where you get to find what you are looking for!
PaulEnglish Language ,Swahili Language and Mathematics
I am an all rounded Math,English and Swahili tutor.In my class the focus is to get better each day and achieve and overall successful student with a strong command of English and Swahili languages.
This class is fun, challenging but not overwhelming,interactive and worthwhile.
CiaránSwahili for beginners, emphasis on spoken language
Beginners Swahili from a fluent non-native speaker.
I started learning Swahili in 2011 when I moved to Kenya. I was fluent by 2014 and now it's time I started helping others start their journey to Swahili fluency.
The class will develop at your pace.