AFRICAN LANGUAGES AT PENN
Wolof is spoken by more than 90% of the Senegalese population, either as first or second language. It is also spoken by large number of people in The Gambia and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania.
|||Wolof Elementary I (First semester of Wolof)||Mbacke Thioune|
|||Wolof Elementary II (Second semester of Wolof)|
|||Wolof Intermediate I (Third semester of Wolof)|
|||Wolof Intermediate I (Fourth semester of Wolof)|
|||Wolof Advanced I (Fifth semester of Wolof)|
|||Wolof Advanced II (Sixth semester of Wolof)|
The level I and II courses are offered in the fall and spring, respectively.
For more information about African Languages at Penn please email the Director of African Language Program,