Swahili is known by its speakers as Kiswahili and is spoken by approximately 80 million people in several states of East Africa, chiefly in Tanzania, Kenya, eastern Congo (DRC), Comoro Islands, Rwanda, Burundi and Uganda.. The language also has a significant presence in major cities of Europe and the United States, in the Gulf states such as Oman.
At MFASIRI, we offer Swahili courses ot 3 levels :
- Beginners Course: the candidates leaves able to speak elementary Swahili using simple vocabulary in everyday situations.
- Intermediate Course: the candidate leaves able to understand written and spoken Swahili with good functional vocabulary and common idiomatic expressions.
- Advanced Course: the candidate leaves able to talk about abstract topics, read fiction and have a good understanding of key issues in Swahili speaking countries.
The courses are tailored to the candidate's needs: tourism, business, humanitarian work, research ...
Kinyarwanda is a Bantu language used in Rwanda, and also in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. It is closely related to Kirundi, which is spoken in Burundi and Tanzania.
Kinyarwanda is a tonal language but the tones are not usually indicated in writing.
At MFASIRI, we proivide Kinyarwanda courses at different levels, for different purposes and to different categories of learners.