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I plan to come to the party tomorrow. And Sandra, I just wanted to say I'm also looking for someone to help me with Swahili. Unlike you, I think, I am a total beginner. I travel to Kenya in January to give a reading (I'm a poet), meet up with other writers in Nairobi, then head out to the coast, maybe then to Zanzibar. I think it would be a great help to speak some Swahili, get away from the whole English language side of things, learn what I can about Swahili culture.
Looking forward to meeting you all. Liz
0 · June 20, 2014
I am definately going to try my best to make it.
Would anyone know anyone teaching Swahili at this time. I had a Teacher but she went back to Tanzania.
Thank you for the response and have an amazing day
0 · June 18, 2014
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