speak the languages of the African Continent by Henri Goursau
Here's an application that presents for your discovery the 40 main languages in use on the African continent.
This application makes it possible for travelers, tourists, business men and women, and students, to exchange or express simple day-to-day phrases, and thus more easily travel through the different countries in Africa.
This app consists of 200 phrases and expressions that will help you, when in Africa, to find your way out of an embarrassing or difficult situation, or extricate yourself from a tight spot. However, these same 200 phrases are the keys to communicating and exchanging ideas with others. They also help you address people, start a conversation, express yourself, ask questions, and request directions in the local language.
This is a 40-language passport for the visitor to Africa who may need or wish to speak with the inhabitants of every country in the African continent.
And, if you are curious about the languages of Africa and their writing, this app gives you a look at the elegant scripts of languages like Tigrinya, Swahili, Oromo, Yoruba, Lingala, and my two personal favorites, Wolof and Hausa.
The content of this application is accessible at any time, and does not require an Internet connection.
List of languages :
Afrikaans, Amharic, English, Algerian Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Libyan Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, Sudanese Arabic, Tunisian Arabic, Bambara, Berber, Chichewa, Cape Verdean Creole, Mauritian Creole, Reunion Creole, Seychelles Creole, Spanish, French, Hausa , Igbo, Kikongo, Kinyarwanda, Kirundi, Lingala, Congo, Luo, Malagasy, Malinke, Ndebele, Dutch, Nyanja, Oromo, Peul, Portuguese, Sesotho, Shikomori, Shona, Somali, Swahili, Tigrinya, Tswana, Tumbuka, Wolof , Xhosa, Yoruba, Zulu