Hi all! Am Charles, a new member. Feeling so great to be here, learn new , meet new people and socialize with you blessed people. Am from Kenya, Africa. English and Swahili are mainmy main languages, but hope to learn one or two new languages.
NEW MEMBER: Swahili and English
Hello! Welcome! This site should prove to be helpful in your language learning journey. Allow yourself to explore all of the resources available to discover what works best for you. Remember to never give up! Good luck!
Hi, Charles! (I love your name!) Welcome to the forum! :)
Have fun learning. :)
Everyday is a learning journey. Keep going!
Welcome to language tools :)
Alex.M wrote:Welcome to the site. Swahili sounds so interesting. Is it hard to learn as a language?
Hard for who?
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Hi Charles! Enjoy your stay here :blush:
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Hi Charles! Welcome to our circle! Enjoy and have fun in your stay here! I think I like to consider learning Swahili soon since you said it's easy to learn. :)
Thanks for the warm welcome. Sure, you can give it a try. It is relatively easy compared to most of the other languages
Charlyn wrote:Hi Charles! Welcome to our circle! Enjoy and have fun in your stay here! :relaxed:I think I like to consider learning Swahili soon since you said it's easy to learn. :)
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Your welcome Charles. Yes, I will give it a try soon. :)
Hi Charles! Welcome! :)
Hi Alex, I am a Tanzanian and a native Swahili speaker, currently living in Dodoma, Tanzania. Swahili isn't hard. Most foreigners take a short time to learn how to speak and write it. Be sure to first start with the basics, then into how to construct simple sentences before embarking complex ones. Swahili tenses, grammar, and language structure aren't that hard! It simply needs your dedication and time, and you are well to speak to Swahili native speakers.Alex.M wrote:Welcome to the site. Swahili sounds so interesting. Is it hard to learn as a language?