Quibinar #25 : Kiswahili Language

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The Sabaki Bantu

  • Kiswahili is part of a larger African language group called, Sabaki Bantu (Sah-BAH-kee Bahn-too).

  • Kiswahili is spoken by millions of Africans in Somalia, Kenya, Tanganyika Mozambique and as far away as the Comorro Islands.

  • The Comorro Islands are in the Mozambique Channel.  Northwest of Madagascar and facing Mozambique


Niger-Congo Languages

  • The Niger–Congo languages are the world's largest language family and Africa’s largest in terms of geographical area, number of speakers and number of distinct languages.

  • The first speakers of the Niger-Congo languages were the Twa-Mbuti of Central/Southern Africa

  • These languages were a development of the original language, the click language. The Voice of Nature.

  • Nature was humanity’s first teacher.


Language Speaks Meaning to Cultural Common Sense

  • All indigenous languages should be learned and taught.  All languages are expressions of that particular culture

  • A universal language is a deeply rooted language that has the ability to unite  people world-wide

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