African Language and Literature
Language is the technique of human communication, both spoken and written, consisting of the use of words in ordered and conservative way.
The written work of a language, phase and custom is known as literature. Literature may consist of texts based on truthful information, polemical works, life story, and thoughtful essays, or it may consist of texts based on imagination.
There are more than 3000 languages spoken in Africa. Hundred of African languages are used for Interethnic. Over 10 millions of speak in Somali, Arabic, Berber, Oromo, Swahili, Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba language. African countries become progressively more attentive about their linguistic inheritance. Verbal communication policies being developed nowadays aimed at multilingualism.
In today’s competitive and globalize market learning every language is very much important. Studying African language will help you to pick up a cultural understanding of African Culture. This is usually taken up alongside any other subject related to human behavior or culture.