Afritongue

Speak any african language like a native

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Why would I want to learn African languages?

Africa is a diverse continent that attracts the world for a variety of reasons, such as to provide aid, volunteer, wildlife tourism, and only 13% of the people on the entire continent speak English. In fact, more people speak Arabic than English, so learning a local language can be very useful. It also helps people of African descent reconnect with their roots.

With this initiative, our client of African descent wanted to give local people the opportunity to earn extra money. It's not about creating another language learning app, it's about creating a community.

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Connect with natives with similar interests

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Immerse yourself in their culture.

Get help in real time in conversations.

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Anna

Harpreet and his team were great to work with! They delivered quality work every step of the way.

There is no one way to learn a language however there are effective ways like start speaking from day one. Yes, that’s how you go.

How do I learn a language?

How do I learn a language?

  • Being able to carry on a conversation effortlesly.

  • Having a solid vocabulary in the language.

  • How easily a native speaker understands what the learner is trying to convey.

  • It can also mean getting along well with minimum amount of translation in your head.

What does it mean to speak “fluently”?

What does it mean to speak “fluently”?

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