Setswana Language

Setswana also known as Tswana is a language spoken in Botswana, Namibia, South africa and Zimbabwe by the Batswana people.

Setswana language has approximately 8,200,000 native speakers.

A person who speaks Setswana is known as Motswana.

Setswana is an official language in Botswana and South Africa.

The language has 11 dialects; Rolong, Hurutshe, Kwena, Lete, Malete, Ngwaketse, Ngwatu, Kgatla, Tawana, Tlharo and Tlhaping.

Learn popular Setswana language phrases and their meaning in English, including greetings, directions, love words and a lot of day-to-day conversations.

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