Languages of Burundi
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|Languages of Burundi|
|Official languages||Kirundi, English, French|
|Sign languages||American Sign Language (Francophone African Sign Language)|
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Swahili is also spoken. Education for deaf individuals uses American Sign Language, introduced by the deaf American missionary Andrew Foster. No other languages are spoken natively in any significant numbers.
- Uwimana, Diane (17 September 2014). "English is now official language of Burundi". Iwacu English News. Retrieved 11 November 2015.
Schools in Burundi
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