Editors Choice – Best Afrikaans Language Books
Looking for the best step-by-step course in Afrikaans? Want to learn Colloquial Afrikaans as it’s spoken an South Africa? Interested in learning how Afrikaans is written in Namibia? Then, Colloquial Afrikaans is the resource you’ve been looking for. Gain the essential skills you need to communicate confidently and effectively, with no prior language training necessary.
Start conversing in Afrikaans in a matter of minutes. With Introduction to Afrikaans you will learn the fundamental vocabulary, phrases, and grammar to communicate with anybody you meet. Learn Afrikaans with a simple, fun, and understandable format. Don’t get bogged down with a boring textbook, enjoy yourself and start speaking Afrikaans immediately.
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Afrikaans Phrasebook: The Ultimate Afrikaans Phrasebook for Travelers and Beginners
Now you can quickly and easily master more than 1,000 Afrikaans words and phrases for travel and beginners with this breakthrough new book! Learn proper pronunciation with the included .mp3 audio lessons, and get prepared for your upcoming travels to South Africa and Namibia!
Learn Afrikaans – Level 1: Introduction to Afrikaans
Start speaking Afrikaans in minutes, and learn key vocabulary, phrases, and grammar in just minutes more with Introduction to Afrikaans. Our native Afrikaans hosts break down all the sentences, grammar, and more in a simple, easily understandable way! This isn’t stale textbook material – it’s fun, effective, and practical! You learn basic beginner Afrikaans conversation that you can use immediately!
Afrikaans for Beginners Kids: A Beginner Afrikaans Workbook
Welcome to this simple English to Afrikaans kids’ books for beginners. You will agree with me that it is always better to go from the known to the unknown. Therefore, in this book, you will learn about numbers, colors, shapes, days of the week, parts of the body and more in Afrikaans language. Learning Afrikaans language has never been so easy, just try this simple book out. Thanks for your interest in this small book. Now go ahead, get a copy for your kid! Enjoy.
Afrikaans Self-taught: By the Natural Method with Phonetic Pronunciation
This is the new version with enlarged fonts than the original for easy reading The Thimms system teaches the correct Afrikaans pronunciation. Each sound is separately represented and if followed correctly, will get you speaking Afrikaans like a true native speaker. The Wallenberg edition has been republished with additional chapters on Boer history and culture and a discussion on the origins of the Afrikaans language. Afrikaans self taught is a book which has over many years of usage has now become part of South Africa’s heritage and many hundreds of thousands have used this book to help them learn to speak Afrikaans correctly.
English (USA) – Afrikaans for beginners: A Book In 2 Languages
50 languages (“book2” – books in 2 languages) – is available in many languages – is ideal for beginners – has 100 short and easy chapters – corresponds to the European levels A1 and A2 – requires no prior knowledge of grammar – covers the basic vocabularyWelcome to this simple English to Afrikaans kids’ books for beginners. You will agree with me that it is always better to go from the known to the unknown. Therefore, in this book, you will learn about numbers, colors, shapes, days of the week, parts of the body and more in Afrikaans language. Learning Afrikaans language has never been so easy, just try this simple book out. Thanks for your interest in this small book. Now go ahead, get a copy for your kid! Enjoy.
Why is Afrikaans an important language to learn?
If you’re dreaming of traveling to South Africa or Namibia, learning to speak Afrikaans is a great way to ensure you get the most out of your trip. When you speak the local language it opens doors to more authentic experiences and potential friendships. Although South Africa and Namibia are the largest populations of Afrikaans speakers, your new linguistic skills may come in handy all around the world. There are smaller populations of Afrikaan speakers from Canada to the Netherlands, New Zealand to Zambia, and many countries in between. There are more than 7 million people who natively speak Afrikaans, and nearly double that who speak it as a second language. In fact, the number of first language Afrikaan speakers is on the rise in South Africa, seeing an increase of over 10% a the turn of the 21st century.