EXPLORE AFRICA FACTS AND INFORMATION - ExploreAfrica.com

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The number of languages spoken in the entire African continent is quite enormous. According to research, it is estimated to range between 1500-2000 languages. Some of these are widely spoken across a recognizable area, while some others are in the minority that they are not even known to be in existence if not within the confines of the area they are spoken. Learn more…

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Africa Facts furnishes you with the top 11 most spoken languages in Africa. Explore Africa languages such as Swahili, Hausa, Amharic, and the likes.

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Language is a method of communication used to solidify an already present commonality. In the olden days, language was portrayed more as symbols and shorthand than actual wording as we recognize it today. Here are Africa’s most ancient languages that influenced languages spoken today.

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Even for a continent with 54 very different countries, Africa has a lot of languages. It is estimated that between 1,500 and 2,000 languages are spoken here, many with their own set of varying dialects. Explore a guide to African languages listed by country.

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Ethnologue gives you the opportunity to learn about African languages according to regions. Browse African languages spoken in Eastern Africa, Middle Africa, Northern Africa, Western Africa, and Southern Africa.

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Africa is a continent with a very high linguistic diversity. There are estimated 1500-2000 African languages. Of these languages four main groupings can be distinguished. Explore the diversity in African language.

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Because many Africans are at least bilingual, there are two possible ways to determine the most spoken African languages: by the number of native speakers or by overall numbers. Read on the top languages spoken in Africa.

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This website contains information about African Languages, and other African Language related resources. Currently mostly only the South African languages are covered, as well as Kiswahili and Cilubà…

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The languages of Africa are divided into six major language families. Learn more about these major African language families on Wikipedia.

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There are more than 2,000 indigenous African languages. Africa is the only continent with the largest linguistic diversity. However, 300 of the total number of African languages have speakers that are less than 10,000. Keep on reading…