A Bantu language; spoken c. 7 million people, mainly in Rwanda, but also spoken in Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi. The Bantu languages form a subgroup of the Benue-Congo branch of the Niger-Congo language family.
The closest linguistic affiliation is with Kirundi, spoken in Burundi and Tanzania. In 2009, the entire education system in Rwanda was switched from French to English.
|English - Kinyarwanda dictionary||KIN DICO 1|
|Dusome ikinyarwanda : let's read Kinyarwanda||KIN CINT 2|
|Kinyarwanda : Talk now!||KIN CBEG 1 (CD-ROM)|
|Tuvuge ikinyarwanda = Let's speak Kinyarwanda||KIN CBEG 2|
|The Gacaca trilogy||KIN DOCU 1:1-3(DVD)*|
|Kinyarwanda||KIN FILM 1(DVD)*|
|Munyurangabo||KIN FILM 3(DVD)*|
|Sometimes in April||KIN FILM 2(DVD)*|
|Buchi agomba guhitamo||KIN RFICT 1(PACK)|
|Rwanda and Rundi (Ikinyarwanda - Ikirundi) : Newspaper Reader||KIN RSKILLS 1(PACK)|
|Rwanda||KIN REF 1|
|Manners in Rwanda||KIN VOCAB 1|