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Monday, 3 August 2020

Top 10 English Speaking Countries In Africa in 2020. Is Your Country There?

Top English speaking countries in Africa

English language is an inherited language in Africa and many parts of the world including the United States, Australia, Newzealand and many other countries who consider English as their first language. It's origin is from England. 

Today we are going to make a countdown on the top 10 English speaking countries in Africa in 2020. Our criterion includes; pronunciation, number of population using the language in reading, writing, speaking and can understand (listen) and finally the advancement in classroom tools.

  1. South Africa tops the list considering that the language is commonly used in daily commercial and public life. Out of her 58 million inhabitants, about 45 million use the language at 60%.
  2.  Uganda occupies the 2nd place. The World linguistic Society last year named Uganda as the best English speaking country in Africa. English is used in all Uganda's schools, and almost all institutions.
The top 2 countries on our list can articulate English words fluently than other English speaking countries.
       3. Kenya
       4. Nigeria
       5. Zambia
       6. Botswana
       7. Zimbabwe
       8. Ghana
       9. Rwanda
     10. Malawi

English and French are the widely spoken languages in Africa captured from colonial master. A few countries speak German, Spanish and Belgian. 

A few African countries are bilingual and can speak both French and English and use them as their official languages in both commercial and daily life like the case of Cameroon.
More than 20 countries in Africa use English as their official language while 26 uses French especially the Northern African countries while the Southern part is dominated by English speakers jumbled with a few French speaking countries.

The most dominant African languages used in Africa and by their country of origin are Swahili, Igbo, Amharic, Yoruba and the Zulu.

The floor is open for your own idea about the classification on the comment section.

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