Swahili is a African spoken language spoken by four different nations and many countries. I am going to share with you information about where Swahili is spoken, how many people speak Swahili, the different cultures that speak Swahili, Where Swahili was originally spoken, and the alphabet of the Swahili language. Rather than any other sub-saharan language, Swahili is actually really easy to read. Swahili words sound almost exactly how they appear to be. They are also pronounced the same way they look. Swahili is known to be the easiest African language. Swahili has no oral tone, related to English. Some of the countries that speak the Swahili language consist of , “Kenya, Burundi, Tanzania, South Africa, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Mayotte, Mozambique, Oman, Rwanda, Somalia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, and the United States, which originated from Bantu.” About five million people speak Swahili. Swahili serves as a natural language for about four different nations. These include Tanzania, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Kenya.
Different cultures speak Swahili.
The reason that the Muslim culture speaks Swahili is because of the geographical location of the Swahili speaking countries.They became muslim through the influence of people from the North and also across the Indian Ocean. The term Swahili comes from Arabic ‘sahil’ which means “people of the shore”.The Swahili language is basically Bantu (African) origin. It has borrowed other words from different languages such as Arabic and Zulu resulting in the Swahili speaking people using the Quran written in Arabic for spiritual guidance. If you are wanting to learn a different language, learning the Swahili alphabet would be easiest. As said before, rather than any other sub-saharan language, Swahili is actually really easy to read. Swahili words sound almost exactly how they appear to be. They are also pronounced the same way they look. I have shared with you information about where Swahili is spoken, how many people speak Swahili, the different cultures that speak Swahili, Where Swahili was originally spoken, and the alphabet of the Swahili language. The Swahili people live along the coastal plain of Kenya and Tanzania. Some of the people live along the rural areas. The reason Swahili is a African and Arabic language is because of the inner-marriages between African Bantu and Arabic. Although Tanzania and Kenya speaks Swahili, it is only their second language. Most educated people in Kenya can speak Swahili fluently.
In the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) swahili is spoken in 5 provinces, half of the population speak Swahili. In Uganda Swahili is taught in schools and it is also widely spoken by non-Baganda people. The Arabic language has influenced Swahili and played a major role in the development of the Swahili language. Under this influence Swahili became the primary language for east Africa. Swahili was actually spoken in the Arab ivory and slave caravans as a primary language for communication. Rather than getting rid of the language.