The Tsonga language is a Bantu language that is spoken in southern Africa. It is a member of the Southern Bantu languages, which includes about 24 languages. Tsonga is one of the official languages of South Africa and Mozambique. It is also spoken in Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Zambia. Tsonga is a tonal language, which means that the meaning of a word can change depending on the pitch of the speaker's voice. There are four tones in Tsonga: high, low, rising, and falling. Tsonga has a complex system of noun classes, which are used to indicate the grammatical function of a noun. There are also many different verb tenses, which are used to indicate when an action takes place. Tsonga is a rich and expressive language. It has a wide range of vocabulary, including many words that are unique to Tsonga. The language also has a rich oral tradition, with many stories and songs being passed down from generation to generation. Tsonga is a fascinating language with a rich history. It is a language that is spoken by many people in southern Africa, and it has a lot to offer those who learn it.

Language group

Bantu languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Tsonga, South Africa, Latin
Tsonga, South Africa
Tsonga, Latin
Tsonga, Mozambique