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Pricing Plan

Easy Pricing Plans

Free/ Trial Lesson

$ 5.00
  • 30 Minutes Lesson (Maximum)
  • Online Class

Private Classes

$ 15.00 Per Lesson
  • 1 Hour Per Lesson
  • Face to Face Lesson
  • Online Classes

Group Class

$ 8.00 Per Head
  • 2 Hour Lesson (Minimum)
  • Face to Face Lesson
  • More Than One Student
  • Online Classes


$ 10.00 Per Lesson
  • 1 Lesson Minimum
  • Face to Face Lesson
  • Online Lesson


What Student Say About Us


Margaret Wanjiku
Margaret Wanjiku
December 31, 2023
walimu wazuri sana. I would recommend others .
Isaac gichohi
Isaac gichohi
December 29, 2023
The best digital classes you can get, especially if you want to learn swahili
Obed Kambaga
Obed Kambaga
December 23, 2023
Learning Swahili,has helped me so much to be able to interact well,and I have had a good experience with you
Caroline Waiyego
Caroline Waiyego
December 20, 2023
Best Swahili school. My Swahili is on point!!!
Terry Roggers
Terry Roggers
December 20, 2023
It was fantastic learning Swahili looking forward to learning more…

Frequently Asked Questions

Find Answers and Gain Clarity in Our Comprehensive FAQ Section

Yes, it’s possible to learn basic Swahili in 3 months depending on your level of dedication and amount of time you have to devote in learning the language. To master the basic Swahili vocabulary and grammar it will take about 60 hours or even a minimum of 48 hours in a 3 months’ period for a determined individual who is looking to learn the Swahili language fast as a new language.
Once basics have been mastered it will take another minimum of 120 hours to learn the intermediate Swahili. This is for the beginners who are looking to start learning Swahili as a completely new language.

Swahili is one of the lingua franca in many countries within East, central and southern Africa and as far as some countries in the middle east. Swahili is spoken in about 14 African countries: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, democratic republic of Congo(DRC), Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, Somalia, Malawi, Zambia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Comoros and south Africa. Swahili has also spread as far as Yemen and Oman in the middle east. It’s a national language to four nations in east Africa: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and democratic republic of Congo(DRC).

No Swahili isn’t hard to learn. Just like in English, Swahili have no lexical tone therefore making it much easier for an English speaker. Swahili has many loanwords from other languages such as English and Arabic

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