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The Classification and Distribution of Kenyas African
Appendix A Degrees of Competence Claimed in Swahili and English
Kenyas Asian Languages
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African Arabic Asian population associated Bahati Bantu Bantu languages bilingual border Bukusu cent Chapter Christians Church committee competence in Swahili conversation course dialect different languages East Africa English and Swahili English Swahili ethnic groups example fact factors Galla Giriama Goans Gujarati Gusii Hindus Hindustani Indian indicated Ismailis Jains Kalenjin Kaloleni Kamba Kamba speakers Kenya Asians Kikuyu KIKUYU LUO LUYIA Kipsigis Konkani language groups language policy learned lingua franca linguistic Logoli Luyia Maasai majority medium of instruction Meru Mijikenda missionary Mombasa mother tongue Muslims Nairobi Nyanza orthography pattern percentage Pokomo primary schools problems Pumwani Punjabi pupils Qur'an relatively religion religious rural areas rural sample scores secondary schools sect Sikhs situation social socio-economic Somali speak Swahili spoken Standard status survey Swahili and English taught teachers teaching towns trade tribal tribes Uganda urban Urdu vernacular women workplace