Tshiluba is a Bantu language spoken by about six million people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where it is one of the national languages[^2^]. It is spoken mainly in Western and Eastern Kasai regions. If you want to learn this language, here are some tips and resources to help you get started.
1. Learn the alphabet and pronunciation
Tshiluba uses a Latin-based alphabet with 26 letters, plus some diacritics to mark tones and nasalization. The letters are pronounced as follows: