Swahili For Everyday Life
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Swahili For Everyday Life

Learn Swahili Expressions Useful in Everyday Conversations.
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Created by Raymond Kitema
Last updated 7/2020
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 20 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • A student will acquire a lot of vocabularies which are useful for everyday Swahili conversations.
  • A student will learn on how to initiate a conversation when in contact with a Swahili speaker.
  • A student will learn on how to read time in Swahili.
  • A student will learn about various norms of the Swahili people such as their common food, and how people of different age have different forms of greetings.
  • A student will learn how to express oneself in Swahili
  • A student will learn on how naming family members in English differs from Swahili.
  • A student will confidently able to tell about weather in Swahili.
Requirements
  • Anyone who is interested to learn Swahili is warmly welcome to take this course.
Description

This course explores topics which cover everyday life conversations, so as to enable a student to become conversant in Swahili. It includes the use of Swahili from home to work, and other spheres of daily life. It will have a huge impact to the Swahili competence level of the students.

This course is divided into three sections which are

i) An introduction section, which include;

-The opening video

ii) Lecture section, which includes;

-Ten lectures with full HD videos presented on an interactive board.

-Ten downloadable lecture notes files for each topic.

-Quiz for each topic

iii) Closing section, which include;

- The closing video note.





Who this course is for:
  • This course is special for beginners, and students at an intermediate Swahili learning level. Both will benefit from Swahili forms, and vocabularies related to different Swahili expressions which are useful in everyday conversations.
  • An advanced level students can take this course if they want to brush their Swahili knowledge.
Course content
Expand all 12 lectures 02:37:34
+ LECTURES
10 lectures 02:35:47

At the end of this topic a student will be able to say hello in Swahili.

Swahili Greetings
19:15

At the end of this topic a student is expected to become able to introduce oneself, and others.

Self Introduction in Swahili
25:13

At the end of this topic a student will be able to tell time in Swahili.

Preview 12:33

At the end of this topic a student will be able to tell about  the weather of the day in Swahili.

Weather and Seasons of the Year in Swahili
12:47

At the end  of this topic a student will tell about his or her daily activities in Swahili.

Telling About Daily Routines in Swahili
12:49

At the end of the topic a student will be able to tell about clothes in Swahili.

Clothing
10:39

At the end of this topic a student will be able to tell more of his/her family in Swahili.

Telling About Family in Swahili
20:45

At the end  of this topic a student will be able to order a food in Swahili.

Naming Food in Swahili
17:18

At the end of this topic a student will become able to name fruits in Swahili.

Swahili Fruits
13:04

At the end of this topic a student will become able to name various careers in Swahili.

Telling About Jobs or Careers in Swahili
11:24
+ CLOSING
1 lecture 00:48

ASANTE SANA

Closing Note
00:48