Peace Corps - There is no word for grammar in Setswana

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The Peace Corps - There is no word for grammar in Setswana material can be used both as a self-guided course or with the assistance of a qualified Setswana tutor.

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US Peace Corps Setswana (Tswana) - Image COURSE OVERVIEW
I know that for many of you, the most daunting aspect of beginning your Peace Corps service here in Botswana is contemplating not so much the immediate task of PST before you, but, rather more so, the following and seemingly insurmountable task of integrating yourself into a community whose culture is so vastly different from your own. I can't say you're wrong for feeling intimidated; indeed, I admit that that was, for me, a concern I grappled with throughout PST and even still at times. But, without belaboring the nuances and subtleties of Setswana culture that you ought to be aware of (I'll save that for PSDN and your LCF's), one and arguably the most integral tool in your repertoire of community-integration stratagems is, of course, language—and to be more specific, your acquisition of the Setswana language. Now, I'm sure many if not all of you have studied a second language before. Some of you
may even be heritage speakers of a second language. Regardless of the context in which you learned (and possibly acquired) your second language, you are in for a language learning experience I doubt many if any of you have ever before undergone.

PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Botswana: 1966-1997; 2003-present

PROGRAM SECTORS
Botswana: HIV/AIDS, Health, Community Development. Education

Setswana (Tswana) is spoken in: Botswana, South Africa, Namibia

Setswana (Tswana) has no known alternate names.

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