Swahili

If you plan on visiting Kenya you might want to consider learning some basic Swahili before you arrive as it will help you to enjoy your stay on a slightly deeper level than most tourists.
Although English is also widely spoken throughout much of Kenya, brushing up on the local language is sure to impress your hosts and it will stand you in good stead if you also plan to travel to neighboring countries, such as Tanzania, Mozambique and Uganda.
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Luckily, Swahili is widely considered to be one of the easier languages for native English speakers to learn as the words can generally be spoken as they are written with no lexical tone to consider.

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