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The Diversity of Language

People and spaces are constantly developing, as a result language also develops and changes at a very rapid rate in order to fit these personal and external changes.

Some of the noted influencing factors are:

  • New tech and products
  • Geographical location
  • Education level
  • Experiences
  • Personality and sub-cultures
  • And more

Language Shapes The Way That We Think!

We believe that a deep analyses into the language that a person or a group uses can give you insight into the person/groups psychographics and to a large extent their demographics as well.

Multiple English Dialects

English is one of the most frequently spoken languages in the world but it is not spoken the same way in certain places.

It is believed that there are over 150 distinct dialects of English across the world. For more information, click the link below:

Link [English Dialects]

Sheng (Kenyan Slang)

The word Sheng is believed to be a combination of the words Swahili (formally Kiswahili) and English, which are the two main language groups in the make-up of Sheng.

English and Kiswahili are the 2 official languages of Kenya but it belivieved that there are over 40 languages that are spoken in the country.

Sheng has then been adopted by a lot of Kenya’s youth as their lingua franca.

South African Slang

South Africa is often referred to as the ‘Rainbow Nation’ because of its diversity in cultures.

Each culture often comes with its own language and this has resulted in South Africa having 11 official languages.

Often when various different cultures come together a compromise in language happens and that leads to the development of certain colloquial words and phrase.

Ghanaian Slang

The Official Language in Ghana is English, but it is believed that there are around 80 languages spoken in the country.

Pidgin is very popular and is spoken by a lot of the youth. Although it is not really government sponsored the language has more speakers than some government sponsored languages.

Below is a list of the Languages that are sponsored by the the government:

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