Description

ONLINE SWAHILI COURSE

  • IN-GROUP LESSON          –              ONLINE
  • Starting on               :  01 Feb 2023

This will be for each week on Wednesday and Friday and Monday (Morning session (10:00am-11:30am (EAT) and Evening session 6:00pm-7:30pm (EAT)

Total number of lesson will be 10 lessons

  • Price : 10 dollars per a student per a lesson
  • Discount : If you pay whole course at once, I offer a discount of 8 dollars per a

lesson per student

  • Zoom link : You will get a zoom link after confirmation and payment done

 

  • PRIVATE/ INDIVIDUAL LESSON  –              ONLINE
  • Starting on :               Am flexible hours
  • Price :               Single lesson                      Price is                  15$
  • Discount:        If you pay in-advance:
    • :10 lesson                            Price is                  135$
    • :15 lesson                            Price is                  200$
    • :20 Lesson                           Price is                  265$

 

  • PRIVATE/INDIVIDUAL LESSON:  IN-PERSONAL/FACE TO FACE
  • (For those who are basing in Arusha)
  • Starting on : Am really flexible hours
  • Place/Venue : Any place of your choice (at your home, working place, restaurant)
  • Price : Depends on
  • Number of students
  • Distance
  • Numbers of lessons

Contact:

 

Phone   No:         :               +255756708434 (WhatsApp)

 

  • CONTENTS:

David can accommodate absolutely beginners, intermediate, and advanced Swahili learners. After a brief evaluation of each student’s current language level, David will design a curriculum geared specifically for each student.

Typically, lessons will follow the general outline below.

 

  • CONTENTS FOR BEGINNERS:
  • Self-introduction and greetings.
  • Numbers (to know Tanzanian currency and to be able to negotiate).
  • Telling time.
  • Positive Subject Prefix, Tense Markers, and Verbs.
  • Construction of Positive Senesces.
  • Construction of Negative tense.
  • Present Perfect tense marker “has and have” (Positive “me” and its Negative “ja”).
  • The Verb “to have” and “to be” (Positive and Negative).

 

  • CONTENTS FOR INTERMEDIATE:
  • Relative of time “when”.
  • Question words.
  • Objective pronoun (Someone who is affect by the action).
  • Prepositional form (someone doing something for, to, or on behalf of someone else).
  • Subjunctive form (Request and obligations).
  • Conditional tense marker “if” in Swahili “ki”.
  • Passive form.
  • Imperative form.
  • Prepositional “kwa” (kwa as: for, to, by, with, adverbial manner etc.
  • Reading skills.

 

In this level practical tricks are used to memorize the grammar easily (“nw” formula,    

                                                     STOV formula, STROV formula etc.)

 

  • CONTENTS FOR ADVANCED LEVEL:
  • Causative form.
  • Reciprocal form.
  • Reflexive form.
  • Noun Classes.
  • Elaboration of noun classes.
  • Elaboration of grammar and vocabulary.
  • Reading and writing skills.
  • Storytelling in Swahili.

 

  • Translation services:

David is available to provide translation services as indicated below:

  • Swahili – English
  • English – Swahili.

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