Learning african languages online

To teach African languages must not be limited today only in the classrooms, in alphabetization centers and under Sheds. They must drill walls, cross boarders to  be accessible to everybody all over the world. This is the africantongues project’s main objective to give opportunity and chance to everyone to learn African languages in writing and audios without a great need of the teacher’s physical presence to be competent and performed in writing and reading  languages that can also play their roles in the multilingualism, culture and experience sharing and the globalization.

It is only necessary to speak English and\or French, so, you are able to learn online, in writing and by audio, some African languages on the platform of africantongues.

You can find words, phrases and sentences in these languages, also translated in English and/or French.  To listen the pronunciation by audio, you have to click on play only. So, you will not only know how to write, but also how to pronounce the words, phrases and sentences in African languages.

Interested in learning some african languages, click on this link ce lien or follow @fasokan to learn bambara language, the most spoken language in Mali, Josephine Lukom to learn Luganda language and @kafic to learn Twi language, a Ghanaian language. The project always in building, will give real satisfaction to all who are interested to learn our languages.

The platform concerns also, all who can read and write their mother tongue and/or other African languages and like to promote and develop them online. If you are in this group, please, join us on africantongues to permit to your languages to be learnt outside boarders.

For that, follow @africantongues, @socialistr @kofic, @fasokan, for details.

A new member's formation in Segou

Alassane Keita, a teacher in Ségou, a courageous boy, is interest in working in Segou villages Connection Project to cover the events of Segou city and surrounding villages in images, videos and comments and send them to the blog administrator.    He followed with me training in Internet to become a member of the project.

So, last Friday, the 20th of May 20011, Alassane went to Balabougou with Oumar Dembélé a participant to the in Cinzana-Gare, to make the pictures of a goat that gave life to five kids and send it to me by mail. (Post in French)