Peace Corps - Ciluba Language Lessons
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The teacher's for Peace Corps manual volunteer language training in Ciluba oral is designed for introductory It in language instruction. is intended to assist trainees functioning in the language within at least 6 weeks, and to transmit cultural information about the host country through linguistic structures, texts, and discussion topics. It contains 20 lessons consisting of grammar exercises, expressions, stories, passages, appropriate vocabulary, and proverbs. Contents are entirely in French and Ciluba.
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Congo: 1970-1991; Currently Not Active
Congo: Currently Not Active
Luba-Kasai is a Bantu language spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where it is a national language, along with Lingala, Swahili, and Kikongo. It is one of two major Congolese languages called "Luba" (see Luba-Katanga). The prefix Tshi/ or Ci followed by the suffix Luba, comes to mean 'of the lubas' or language of the baluba or even the speaking of the baluba.?
Ciluba is spoken in: Congo
Ciluba is also called: Tshiluba, Luba-Kasai, Luba-Lulua