How to use the Swahili Discussion Forum
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We have five public folders. "How do you say" is the place to ask questions about how to say things in Swahili, or to discuss specific translations. "Ideas" is the place to make suggestions for how to improve the Kamusi Project in the future. "Edits" is the place to discuss particular dictionary entries - if you think an entry needs improvement, but you would like to discuss the entry with others participants before making changes in the Edit Engine, "Edits" is the place for you. "Africa" is the place to talk about history, travel, politics, or whatever else you would like to discuss - the focus of the discussion is usually East Africa, where Swahili is spoken. "Wanafunzi" is the place for students of Swahili to correspond with each other - if you are learning Swahili, you may not have many other people to talk with, so use the "Wanafunzi" forum to meet and talk with other learners.