Why Chinese has become popular in Africa? Africa Trends

Chinese language study has turned out to be progressively well-known on the African landmass as of late. As indicated by the Office of the Chinese Language Council International, China has sent delegations of language educators to Africa upwards of 210 times. There are currently six Confucius Institutes and 20 Chinese teaching posts in 11 African nations. Over the years China has become one of the...

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TOP 100 LANGUAGE LOVERS 2016 – Vote for LaPolyglotte Competition

Each year bab.la organizes a language competition among language bloggers. This year, LaPolyglotte is nominated. For the first time a blog about African languages has been selected. I am honoured to announce that my Twitter account “@lapolyglottefr” and this blog have been nominated for the Top 100 Language Lovers 2016!!! How can you vote for LaPolyglotte? It’s pretty simple. Click on the link below and...

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Top Resources to learn Lingala African Languages / Language week

Lingala language is  a Bantu-based creole of Central Africa spoken by more than 10 million people in a region comprising the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo south to its capital, Kinshasa, and the northern part of the Republic of the Congo, particularly in part of its capital, Brazzaville. Lingala is also spoken to some degree in Angola and the Central African...

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