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Language

Swahili

Language name written as

Kiswahili

Country of Origin

Tanzania

Country Flag

tanzania

Script

Latin script (Roman Swahili alphabet), Arabic script (Arabic Swahili alphabet) Swahili Braille

International language Code

sw

Font Look

Usimamizi – Biashara ya wanawake wote.

Uzoefu – Ya kuvutia miaka 19 katika Vyombo vya Habari, miaka 8 katika Biashara ya Kimataifa na miaka 10 katika biashara tafsiri.

Rasilimali – Kitafsiri cha Msingi 12000 na wataalam unukuzi 2000.

Native speakers

15 million (2012) to 25 million (2007) 150 million speakers in total

Wikipedia Link

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swahili_language

Kiswahili

Kiswahili or Swahili is the first language of Swahili people and is used as lingua franca in most of the Southeast Africa. The language can be traced back many centuries back when Arabian traders came into contact with people living in east coast of Africa. Swahili was originally written using the Arabic script. Now, it is being written in Latin alphabet which was actually introduced by Christian missionaries and administrators of the colonial rule. Traditionally, Swahili was the language of the coastal regions of Tanzania and Kenya. The earliest known document was traced back in 1711 A.D.  which was written in Arabic script. Today, it is written using Latin script.