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In addition to its many different points of interest, Africa deals marvelous linguistic variety. such a lot African languages belong to at least one of the next 4 language households: Afro- Asiatic, Nilo-Saharan, Niger-Congo (with the Bantu languages because the significant department) and Khoisan.

  • Coverage of the thirteen key African languages
  • Useful phrases and words to get you by way of in any a part of the continent
  • Handy pronunciation advisor all through
  • Easy coloured-tab navigation

Coverage includes: Afrikaans, Amharic, Arabic, French, Hausa, Malagasy, Portuguese, Shona, Swahili, Wolof and Xhosa.

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Authors: Written and researched by means of Lonely Planet, Wilna Liebenberg, Daniel Aboye Aberra, Harrison Adeniyi, Martin Benjamin, Derek Gowlett, Michael Janes, Russell Kaschula, Shalome Knoll, Robert Landon, Fiona McLaughlin, Vololona Rasolofoson, Chenjerai Shire, and Izabela Will.

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