Tanzanian Lanuages

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The official language is Swahili (Kiswahili), which is generally spoken, and various local languages abound. English is the second official language and the country’s commercial language as well as the main teaching language for all the scientific subjects in secondary schools and higher education institutions. Arabic is widely spoken in the coastal areas, particularly in Zanzibar.

Useful KiSwahili greetings:
Greeting (to locals)รƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Habari gani
Greeting (to foreigner)รƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Jambo, shikamuu HELLO
Reply to Greeting (group)รƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Hatujambo
Thank youรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Asante
Thank you (correct reply to greeting)รƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Marahaba
Goodbye / We’ll see youรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Kwaheri / Tutaonana
You are welcome, come inรƒยขรขโ€šยฌรขโ‚ฌ?Karibu WELCOME

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