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Swahili Lessons and Courses

Tutorcom has over 15 Swahili teachers currently registered on our trainer database, throughout the UK. Our Swahili teachers are all native speakers.  Find out more about the Swahili language in the highlighted area below.


Swahili Lessons

We offer Swahili lessons at beginner level, intermediate Swahili were pupils have a good knowledge of Swahili and advanced Swahili lessons for those seeking fluency. Our teachers can not only teach Swahili but as they are Swahili they can inject a sense of culture into the lessons making learning the language fun.

Learn Swahili and discover the culture of the country where it is spoken with one of our native Swahili teachers

Ways to Learn Swahili with Tutorcom:

Lessons take place at your home or office (or other venue chosen by you) and can take place any time between 8am and 9pm (Monday to Fridays) or at weekends (flexible times). Our recommendation is for 1.5-hour lessons but lessons can be 1 hour or longer.


One-to-One Tuition: £40 plus vat per hour
Small Group Tuition: £50 plus vat per hour

To find out how to arrange your language lessons, please fill in our online form.

A Few Facts…Swahili


  • Spoken by about 35 million people in Tanzania, Burundi, Congo (Kinshasa) Kenya, Mayotte, Mozambique, Oman, Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa, Uganda, UAE.
  • Swahili, also called Kiswahili, is a Bantu language and is the official languSwahili Lessonsage of Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya.
  • The name Swahili comes from the Arabic word sawāhil (coasts).
  • Modern standard Swahili is based on Kiunguja, the dialect spoken in Zanzibar town.
  • Swahili contains a lot of vocabulary from Arabic, Persian, Malagasy, English, German and Portuguese.
  • Swahili is the only language of African origin among the official working languages of the African Union.
  • Kiswahili refers to the Swahili Language; Waswahili refers to the people of the Swahili Coast; and Uswahili refers to the Culture of the Swahili People
  • (East African) Swahili time runs from dawn to dusk, rather than midnight to midday. 7am and 7pm are therefore both one o'clock while midnight and midday are six o'clock. This comes from the fact that the sun rises at around 6am and sets at around 6pm every day in most of the equatorial areas where Swahili speakers live.

Swahili Language Resources

Swahili pronunciation | simple online Swahili lessons | test your Swahili


Locations we cover for Swahili Language Courses

London areas covered:
Acton Aldgate Battersea Balham Barnet Bayswater Barnes Belgravia Brent Bromley Bow Camden Canary Wharf Chelsea Clapham City Croydon Ealing Earls Court East Sheen Enfield Euston Greenwich Green Park Hammersmith Harrow Hampstead Heathrow Hounslow Hyde Park Islington Kensington Kew Kingston Knightsbridge Lambeth London Bridge Maida Vale Marylebone Mayfair Morden Notting Hill North Kensington Paddington Piccadilly Pimlico Putney Richmond Shepherds Bush St Johns Wood South Kensington Southfields Swiss Cottage Tooting Victoria Wandsworth Wapping West Kensington Wembley Westminster Wimbledon Woolwich Uxbridge

Surrey Areas: Ashstead Banstead Cambereley Caterham Carshalton Chessington Chertsey Cobham Cranleigh Croydon Epsom Esher Farnham Godstone Haslemere Kingston Guildford Leatherhead New Malden Mitcham Norbiton Raynes Park Surbiton Redhill Reigate Staines Sutton Tadworth Walton Woking Weybridge Wallington

Which Areas of Kent do you cover? Ashford Beckenham Bromley Canterbury Dover Dartford Gravesend Gillingham Orpington Maidstone Sevenoaks Tonbridge Tunbridge Wells Royal Tunbridge Wells.

We also hold language Courses in: Birmingham Bradford Brighton Bristol Cambridge Canterbury Carlisle Chester Chichester Coventry Derby Dover Dublin Durham Edinburgh Ely Exeter Glasgow Gloucester Hereford Hove Kingston-upon-Hull Lancaster Leeds Leicester Lichfield London Lincoln Liverpool Manchester Newcastle-upon-Tyne Norwich Nottingham Oxford Peterborough Plymouth Portsmouth Preston Ripon St Albans Sheffield Southampton Stoke-on-Trent Sunderland Truro Wakefield Winchester Wolverhampton Worcester


Swahili Language Courses, Swahili lessons, Swahili Tutor

Beginner Swahili and Advanced Swahili Courses available

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