The Ganda language, also known as Luganda, is a Bantu language native to the Ganda people of Uganda. It is one of the major languages spoken in the country, along with English, Swahili, and Lugbara. Ganda is a tonal language with four tones: high, low, rising, and falling. There are two main dialects of Ganda: central and eastern. Central Ganda is the prestige dialect, and is used in the media and in schools. Eastern Ganda is spoken in the east of Uganda, and has more loanwords from Swahili and English. Ganda is an official language of Uganda, along with English and Swahili. It is used in the media and in education. There are a number of radio and TV stations that broadcast in Ganda, and many newspapers are published in the language. Ganda is also taught in schools. The Ganda language has been influenced by a number of other languages, including English, Swahili, and Lugbara. As a result, it has a rich vocabulary with many loanwords. Ganda also has a number of dialects, which can differ significantly in vocabulary and pronunciation.

Language group

Bantu languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Ganda, Uganda, Latin
Ganda, Uganda
Ganda, Latin