Surface Languages Swahili

Surface Languages Swahili


Learn Swahili for free.

Free language software to help you learn Swahili words and phrases as and when you need them. Surface languages Swahili has hundreds of essential phrases grouped into topics.

An easy, fun and free way to learn Swahili words and phrases quickly and efficiently, and increase your vocabulary fast.

Learn for free whenever you have a spare minute. Pick one of the many subjects and listen to the native speech, and use the flashcards or test yourself using the multiple choice screens.

All words and phrases are recorded by a native Swahili speaker.

Easy to use flashcard system.

Multiple choice test to improve listening and reading skills in Swahili.
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About Surface Languages Swahili
Learn Swahili for free.

Free language software to help you learn Swahili words and phrases as and when you need them. Surface languages Swahili has hundreds of essential phrases grouped into topics.

An easy, fun and free way to learn Swahili words and phrases quickly and efficiently, and increase your vocabulary fast.

Learn for free whenever you have a spare minute. Pick one of the many subjects and listen to the native speech, and use the flashcards or test yourself using the multiple choice screens.

All words and phrases are recorded by a native Swahili speaker.

Easy to use flashcard system.

Multiple choice test to improve listening and reading skills in Swahili.

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A Google User
Aug 7, 2014
Great app more phrases please
A Google User
Aug 4, 2014
Excellent tool An excellent tool to have while living in a Swahili speaking area. @Emily Buettemeier. Very good explanation except for one thing. 6am actually refers to the twelth hour of darkness. 6pm refers to the twelth hour of light. Therefore, 6am is translated: Saa kumi na mbili asubuhi. 6pm is Saa kumi na mbili jioni. Many speakers dropped the asubuhi and jioni when it was clear what part of the day they were referencing. The point: This is a very accurate app.
A Google User
Aug 2, 2014
Swahili Time Some people commenting about this app seem to be confused by how the time of day is translated. There is something called "Swahili Time." Because many Swahili speaking countries are near the equator, the day lasts 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM. In Swahili time, 6:00 AM is known as 0:00, so then 7:00 AM is known as 1:00. This can be confusing at first, but using an analog watch or clock, it can be easier, as there is a difference of just 6 hours between local time and Swahili time, so when looking at a clock, Swahili time is just opposite of where the local time hour hand is pointing. Swahili time is clarified by adding "mchana," "asuhubi," etc. to further explain what time if day is being discussed.
A Google User
May 27, 2014
Why trojan threat? I keep getting a message of trojan threat if I download this app. I downloaded for welsh language but no threat warning. Why?
A Google User
May 21, 2014
Great I love it.... Thanks alot... Your apps are great because all of you are great... God bless you