Learn to converse in Kiswahili (Swahili language) with Kiswahili102 in the Genii Games App. Kiswahili is a popularly spoken African language across East African countries like Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda. In Kiswahili102, learn how to converse in Kiswahili language using different real-life situations. Learn with Imani and Juma as they engage in different Kiswahili conversations.


Kiswahili102 includes 14 topics. Each topic is a standalone complete with interactive animated scenes, voice, sound, Kiswahili and English/French texts. Each Topic comes with a game for you to test your conversational Kiswahili skills as you learn. Earn stars for every completed game and monitor your progress from the dashboard.

The lessons were prepared and voiced by Asante Kiswahili speakers and writers in Tanzania. Kiswahili topics covered include:



Learn Kiswahili language pronouns for describing yourself and others in the first, second and third persons with examples.

Question words

Learn the use of different Kiswahili language question words - What, Why, Where, When, How and Which - along with examples.


Learn basic introductory sentences in Kiswahili language when meeting a new friend.


This presents the learner with a better understanding of Kiswahili by teaching how to seek clarification, ask for repetition, express your understanding or lack of understanding on a subject etc.


Learn how to interact in the market place with different Kiswahili sentences for shopping.


Learn how to engage in Kiswahili conversations related to dining: requesting for specific food items, cost of service, letting someone know you’re full, not full or want more food etc.


Learn how to engage in Kiswahili conversations related to drinks. You’ll learn how to let someone know you’re thirsty, ask for specific drinks etc.


At the end of this topic, you will become familiar with different Kiswahili phrases and sentences for hailing taxis, asking for a destination, asking for the fare etc. during short commutes.


Learn different expressions related to travelling in Kiswahili.


Imani needs help getting to the market, hence you’ll learn how to ask for directions in Kiswahili.


With Imani’s mood swings come lots of Kiswahili expressions describing her moods. You’ll learn how to express your anger, love, irritation, excitement etc. in Kiswahili language.


Learn different Kiswahili expressions for describing emergencies such as getting lost, losing her money, feeling pressed etc.

Staying in touch

Learn to catch up with friends and families in Kiswahili.

Everyday Phrases

This presents dozens of everyday Kiswahili phrases that’ll come in handy in day-to-day engagements.