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Advice for Learning Kiswahili

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I've been accepted to study abroad in Kenya from August-December this year, and my goal is to become respectably fluent in Kiswahili before I am on the plane. I want to know more than the basics, i want to be able to carry out REAL conversations in Kiswahili. I was wondering what tips people could give me as far as effective methods of learning the language within that time frame, whether it be through books, software, or even pen-pal websites. Ex: "Teach Yourself" books vs. Rosetta Stone vs. reading kid's books in Kiswahili, etc. Thanks for your time!

J

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