Although English is not the official language of Africans, most of our colonizers were African and made English the standard language for the countries they colonized. Slowly but surely, English will replace the African language because, like other African cultures, it is seen as ancient and something for parents.
There are many English-speaking countries in Africa, but the ratio or percentage of English speakers also varies from country to country and how well they speak. The native language of Africans can be observed when many Africans speak English (this is of course not their native language and English people will have a hard time speaking African native languages) However, there are some Africans who speak English fluently without the slightest bit of their native language. Below are the top 10 English speaking countries in Africa.
1. Uganda is the best English-speaking country in Africa since British colonization and independence in 1962. Apart from English, which they teach in school, they have more than 60 other dialects which are their native language.
2. South Africa is number 2 on this list, the country in South Africa has about 11 official languages.
3. Nigeria: Africa's most populous country ranks third as the best English speaking country in Africa.
4. At number 4 we have Kenya
5. At number 5 we have Zambia
6. At number 6 we have Botswana
7. At number 7 we have Zimbabwe
8. At number 8 we have Malawi.
9. At number 9 we have Rwanda
10. We finally have Ghana.
Lastly, you can watch the video below for more information. If you have been to any of these countries, can you share what your experiences interacted with with them? How good is his English?
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