Online Xhosa Course Level 1 with Craig Makhosi

Online Xhosa Course Product

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PRICE: To be determined!

LIVE SUPPORT FROM MAKHOSI:
Founder of UBuntu Bridge, Craig Makhosi, will lead you through all the essentials of basic Xhosa conversational skills, primarily using animated videos, but also providing downloadable audio files and text lessons! But live support will also be available as you progress through the course to ensure your engagement, enjoyment and completion.

ONLINE COURSE DATES:
We only open the gates to our online course a few times a year so as to give groups of people the chance to go through it together, even if spread around the world or country. We will notify people of when those dates arise and thus of the chance to register. Please do subscribe to be kept up to date!

LIMITATIONS:
Only a limited number of students will be allowed to register when the course dates are announced. Makhosi will then send you the lessons via email and whatsapp and be in support via phone, text, email, and weekly webinars will further assist your learning process.

GROUP LEARNING:
A special Whatsapp and Facebook group will be created for further support, inspiration and engagement.

ONLINE XHOSA VIDEO LESSONS

Note that our Level 1 live course and digital materials are more in-depth versions of the content found in this online course.

LESSON 1 Pronunciation:
LESSON 2 The Clicks:
LESSON 3 The Escape Sentences:
LESSON 4 Simple Greeting:
LESSON 5 Clarification Phrases:
LESSON 6 Requesting and Thanking:
LESSON 7 Introductions:
LESSON 8 Good-byes:

PLEASE NOTE:

After 4 years of giving this course away free for dear old Mandela Day, our highly popular online video course has finally been monetised to help us produce more great content. We appreciate your support! We are launching it at a special Randela rate to be announced.

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