If you are saying that they spoke English and she chose to speak to them in Swahili, then it was rude.Guys-every kenyans speaks english because learining at school is in english, not swahili. I told her few times that I dont like when she use swahili, and why she use it while every kenyans knows english. By use swahili with them she blocked me: 1st-I couldnt understand them. 2-I couldnt join the conversation
Why dont I correct her to stop? Because she is a person who likes to talk, she usually talked with someone at shop, market, matatu (bus) but for a few minutes. I wanted to wait when she stops.She never did something like that before.
Why I didnt kiss her or took her hand? Coz she was very busy by talking with them. She didnt looked at me. For the first 15 minutes Ive looked at her many times, then I just took my phone from pocket.
When after 40 minutes she asked are you allright or are you okay, I almost cried (lol)
Ps-she good knew I dont like when she use swahili cause I dont understand even a word, and I cant understand why use it while every kenyans knows english. Ive even asked her a day before if in my party we planned (to meet my with all her friends) she gonna use swahili too. Like she cant understand its uncomfortable
They learn at school everything in eglish, only swahili is in swahili.
In that scenario, it doesn't take much to sort out that she wanted to exclude you from the conversation.
However, you should have called her on her s*** right then and there. Then, she has a chance to apologize for being rude and opportunity to modify her behavior.
However if she pulls this stunt often, especially after being called out on it, it sounds like you are better off without her.
However, that still doesn't mean that you don't need to get some pride in yourself and develop the skills to represent yourself well in such situations as this.