Learn Swahili Bubble Bath Game

The Ultimate Swahili Learning App. Learn Swahili in a fun and easy way with "Learn Swahili Bubble Bath". Are you learning Swahili? Do you speak it already and just need some practice? Planning on travelling to some place like Kenya? Have you always wanted to travel to Africa and are hoping to pick up a bit of Kiswahili? Or, do you already study Swahili and are looking to practice Swahili vocabulary on your phone? Well, Learn Swahili Bubble Bath is for you. Learn Swahili Bubble bath is a great Swahili kids game and it is also great for adults and parents. It's perfect for both students and teachers. "Learn Swahili Bubble Bath" is a simple game that comprises 630 Swahili words and phrases divided into twelve language categories. In each category, you start out with a simple 50/50 choice on how to translate the Swahili word floating up in bubble. As the levels progress, you have more options to chose from, so need to stop guessing and use your knowledge. When you tap the bubble, the word is spoken by a native speaker. BEWARE: in some levels, there is no text in the bubble. it forces you to use your Swahili listening skills. In other levels, there are Swahili words in the bubbles, but not spoken. This forces you to use our Swahili reading skill (and not listening skills). This is the free version of the game. It includes all categories for free, but is Ad supported. Upgrade to the full version to remove ads. Ready to pick up some Kiswahili? Learn Swahili Bubble Bath is the game for you. It's time to ditch the flash cards and play something a little more fun. Learn Swahili Bubble Bath features the following language categories: Numbers. Animals. Body Parts. Colors. Sizes. Verbs. Travel. Time. Person Nouns. Adjectives. Food. Useful PhrasesLearn to "Hello" in Swahili. Or perhaps to say "thank you" in Swahili. Learn Swahili Bubble Bath features original artwork by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It also features spoken Swahili performed by Brenda Egara and Joan Makokha. The app is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps. Please support us by coming back here and leaving an honest review. Swahili is sometimes referred to as Kiswahili, Suaheli, and Kisuaheli. Here are some places you can use this language: Kenya, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, Rwanda and Burundi, Somalia, and the Comoro IslandsAny ideas on how to better learn Swahili? Let us know by leaving a comment here or contacting us directly. Kuwa na furaha. Have fun. About Overpass: Overpass is a mobile app development company based in the UK that actually makes money from its own apps as well as creating money-making apps for clients. We have our ideas and build them. We can build your ideas too. If you haven't started creating your mobile app yet, you are already behind. Find out more at http://www.overpass.co.ukContact us by Email: info@overpass.co.uk. Circle us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+OverpassCoUk/Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OverpassAppsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OverpassLtdWatch us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OverpassAppsAre you a blogger or content-creator and want to write about this app? Drop us a line and we'll give you any images or information you need. For your iPhone friends. this app is also available on iTunes for iPhone and iPad: https://itunes. apple.com/gb/app/swahili-bubble-bath-lite/id626171943? mt=8.
Operating System Android