More Information on US Peace Corps Kanuri Courses
The Peace Corps materials for learning Kanuri are designed for the language training of Peace Corps volunteers. They include lessons organized around ten themes: introductions (others, family, greetings and condolences); expressing one's needs; shopping; the tailor; meals; giving and getting directions; travel; daily activities; and gardening. Lessons include lists of vocabulary and expressions to be learned, grammar notes, additional useful expressions, exercises, and in some cases, cultural notes.
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This material is not, nor is it intended i any way to be, a literature analysis of the Kanouri language. Rather it is a series of lessons created to fill a specific need which arose during the Niger-Chad Peace Corps training which existed during the twelve weak training period in the summer 1066 at San Francisco State College.
Since there were no written lessons in Kanouri and since it was necessary to give some of the-Peace Corps Volunteers an introduction to this language, it became evident that a series of lessens would have to be prepared. These lessons were created, in many i... Read Full Description