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Language and Culture

Project about a person from Kenya, his accent and his live in university.
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nohran ibarra

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Language and Culture

Kenyatta University -Kenya Our subject is from Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya.

Nairobi is one of the largest cities of Kenya and is the most population of East Africa. It was founded in 1899 as a railway route to Mombasa.
After a decade it became to the British capital of East Africa.

The kenyan people speak two languages, British English and Kisawahili (Swahili),
and the most rural part of the country they speak some French but not more than a couple words and mixed with Kiswahili (Swahili).Kiswahili (Swahili) is a lingua franca and is a mixture between Bantu and Arabic and also has words from German, English and Portuguese.
The Kiswahili it is spoken in Uganda, Tanzania, Somalia, Zambia and part of the DRC. Kenyan Languages Some the most important and touristic
places of Nairobi Nombres: Nohran Ibarra
Sofia Suazo Cultural exchange.
Kenya.
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