What languages are spoken in East Africa?
Swahili is the most widely spoken language in East Africa. English is also prevalent.
the language of east Africa is swahili.
it could be either Arabic or English one of those languages.
it could be either Arabic or English one of those languages.
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All 11 of it's official languages, including Afrikaans and English. English and Afrikaans The main languages are wootakitaki and uguayru
It's Arabic. It's the official language of all the 5 Maghreb countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, & Mauritania), in addition to other non-official languages such as French which is widely spoken in Morocco, Tunisia, & Algeria, and Berber which is spoken in Morocco, Algeria, and some communit…ies in Tunisia, Mauritania, & Libya. (MORE)
only one its Equatorial Guinea located in central africa . The African country of Equatorial Guinea (Guinea Ecuatorial) is the only African country with an official language of Spanish. The other official language is French, but Portuguese and 5 local languages are also widely spoken. It was pre…viously the colony known as Spanish Guinea (1926-1968). There are also Spanish territories in or near Africa: - The Canary Islands (Atlantic Ocean) - Ceuta (city on the coast of Morocco) - Melilla (city on the coast of Morocco). Additionally Morocco boasts hundreds of thousands of speakers of Mozarabe, a.k.a. Mozarabic, a dialect of Spanish with Arabic words. In the Congo there are many Spanish-speaking villages, especially in the area where Snowflake the albino gorilla was captured. Though having a native African dialect, these people's primary language is Spanish. There are tens of thousands of Spanish speakers throughout North Africa, known as Sephardic Jews. These are Spanish Jews who settled in Africa after their expulsion from Spain in 1492. Their dialect is known as "Ladino" and "Espanyol Djudezmo". . This is hard to answer directly. Africa is the most polyglot continent on earth. There are estimates of 1000 different languages spoken in Africa; some estimates are as high as 2000. There may be other nations/regions that speak Spanish; these are the ones found so far:. Equatorial Guinea, population 540,109 list Spanish and French as its two official languages, with a few others listed as 'principal' languages.. Morocco, population 33,241,259 lists Arabic, Berber dialects, French Spanish and English as its principal languages.. Western Sahara, population 341,000 is not a UN-recognized nation at this point, and Arabic and Spanish are the principal languages of this region. (MORE)
The language with the most native speakers is Mandarin. The language that is most widely spoken in the world is English. The least spoken language is a tie of about 200 languages, with only 1 or 2 remaining speakers. Ter Sami is often listed as the least spoken, but there are languages all over Aus…tralia, Africa , and the Americas with only 1 speaker left. (MORE)
Africa is the 2nd largest continent in the world with over 50countries. Each country speaks a different language (or a number ofthem). The vast history of linguistics in Africa is fascinating. Manylanguages are spoken throughout the continent of Africa. There aregeographic/ethnic groups of language…s (e.g., Bantu, Arabic, etc.);there are numerous regional languages (e.g., Swahili, Lingappa,Afrikaans, etc.); there are local dialects of regional languages. Due to the influx of Europeans over the last several centuries,there are also European languages spoken (e.g., French, English,Portuguese, etc.). In addition, there is incorporation of Europeanwords and phrases into most regional languages. There are over 2000 languages/ dialects on the African Continent.Africa is not one single country with one single language! A few examples are: . Swahili . Sango . Swazi . Chichewa . Somali . Afrikaans . Zulu . Venda . Tsonga . Malagasy . Amharic . Ndebele . Kinyarwanda . English . French . Portuguese The most widely used language in Africa is Arabic. Africans speak many different languages, there isn't a thing likean African language. There are an estimated 2,000 languages spoken in Africa, in sixmajor linguistic families: . Afro-Asiatic stretches from North Africa to the Horn of Africaand Southwest Asia. . Nilo-Saharan is centered on Sudan and Chad. . Niger-Congo covers West, Central, and Southeast Africa. . Khoe is concentrated in the deserts of Namibia andBotswana. . Austronesian on Madagascar. . Indo-European on the Southern tip of the continent. . There are also a few additional small families and minor languagesthat have yet to be classified.In addition, Africa has a widevariety of sign languages, many of which are languageisolates.Several African languages are whistled to communicate overlong distances.Individual languages such as Berber, Arabic, Igbo,Swahili, Hausa, Amharic, and Yoruba are spoken by tens of millionsof people.About a hundred of the languages of Africa are widelyused for inter-ethnic communication.Apart from African languages,many people in Africa speak English, French, Spanish, German, Dutchor other European languages. There are more then 2,000 languages spoken in Africa , so it is many but here are some examples: Berber, Igbo, Hausa, Swahili, Amharic, Yoruba, Arabic , and etc some languages are whistled instead of spoken http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Africa I assume you mean Africa. This is a very general question, there are approximately 1,500 languages spoken in Africa, they can be grouped as follows: - Afroasiatic stretches from North Africa to the Horn of Africa and Southwest Asia - Nilo-Saharan is centered on Sudan and Chad - Niger-Congo covers West, Central, and Southeast Africa - Khoe is concentrated in the deserts of Namibia and Botswana - Austronesian on Madagascar. - Indo-European on the Southern tip of the continent. Some of the most widespread languages are Berber, Arabic, Igbo, Swahili, Hausa, Amharic, and Yoruba. Source: Wikipedia. Out of interest, I would like to add that English and French are spoken in many areas, where former British or French colonies were established. Afrikaans, a very particular language based on Dutch but with many other influences (including English, Portuguese and local African dialects) is spoken in South Africa and neighboring countries. There are estimations of up to 3000 different languages spoken in Africa, a continent of 54 countries and over 1.1 billion people. Here are just 5 of those languages: Chichewa Amharic Sepedi Sango Kirundi The continent of Africa has no one main language. More than 1500 languages are spoken there. Some examples are traditional Bantu languages such as isiZulu, isiXhosa, Sotho, Yoruba, etc. Also French, English, Arabic & Kiswahili, Potuguese Kiswahili (Swahili) is a mixture of Arabic and African languages. There is one language that is mostly spoken is called affrican language.... other africans speak english.... 90% speak affrican only 10% speak english.. that is why africans primary language is 90% Oromo, Somali, Zulu , Afrikaans (related to Dutch), English, French, Portugeese, Kiswahili,Hausa,Amharic There are over 2000 languages and dialects in Africa and 54independant nations; there is no one single official lanuage. The continent of Africa consists of 54 nations and 9 territories,with about 1.1 BILLION people. There are an estimated TWO THOUSANDdifferent languages and dialects spoken there. no they speak 15 different languages in Africa . ARABIC, PORTUGESE, FRENCH, ENGLISH, SETSWANA, KIRUNDI,SPANISH, AMHARIC, SWAHILI, SESOTHO, MALAGSY, CHICHEWA, KINYARWANDA, SOMALI, AND AFRICAANS. Africa is a very large continent with too many languages to mention here. South Africa alone has 11 official languages and many more unofficial ones. English is spoken pretty much everywhere in Africa, with French being the second most popular language. The best thing to do would be to search for the languages spoken in a specific African country, since most African countries have more than one official language. Different countries in Africa have different official language.However English has become the most popular second language formost countries and this would therefore make English the mostpopular language. Basically if you can speak English, you can nowcommunicate anywhere in the world. there are alot, mwambi is commonI suggest Mwambi is a figment of the imagination.....a reasonable list would be Arabic, Swahili, Hausa, Berber, Oromo, Zulu, Somali, Yoruba, Igbo, Amharic, Shona, Bambara, Twi, Ibibio, Fula, Afrikaans Linaga, Chichewa, Xhosa, Kiraranda, Congo, Tigrinya, Gbe, Tshilba, Wolof, Gikuyu, More, Kirundi, Luhya, Sotho. Twana, Kanuri, Umbundu and Northern Sotho . English. most arbic but not all Africa Wa-Swahili, a language frequently used for inter-ethnic communication. . Arabic . Swahili . Kikuyu . Luganda . Dholuo . African . French Swahili There are many different languages spoken in Africa : Some of them are: Egyptian Arabic Afrikaans English French Flemish German There is no dominant language in the continent of Africa becausethere are more than 2,000 native languages spoken in Africa by manytribes and there are colonial official languages spoken in Africaand the most dominant are English & french depending in whatAfrican country but in majority of African countries nativelanguages are the primary languages spoken in a daily basis butthey also know how to speak English, French, Portuguese and etc(depending on the country) due to it being official languagesbecause of the colonization past of Africa. Although that is the case certain parts of Africa speak the samelanguages in different tribes and more than one country. In North Africa Arabic is the common native languagespoken in all the seven countries of that region and most of thecountries of that region have french as a official language there. In most of East Africa , Swahili is the the major languagespoken by most tribes there or that region, and fourcountries(Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo) ofthat region have that native language as a official language(butthat is not the only native language spoken in that region). In other parts of Africa though like West, Central,& Southern Africa there is no common language spokenin all those regions or within those regions, especially in WestAfrica. The language spoken in one country of a specific region isdifferent from another country in that same region, besides nativelanguages there are other languages spoken like official languageslike English or french for example (although that's the case almostall Africans regardless of what part they are from speak more than2 languages from their country). In conclusion though there is no direct dominant language spoken inAfrica (like it is in South America where majority of the countriesspeak Spanish) but when it comes to official languages spoken inAfrican countries, well in general the most dominant officiallanguages that African children have to learn when young at schoolbesides their parents native language is either English, French,other or a combination. The continent of Africa has no one main language. More than 1500 languages are spoken there. There is no single language of Africa. Africa is a hughe continent in which hundresd of languages are spoken. There are more than 1500 languages spoken in Africa . The most widely spoken languages are Swahli, Arabic, French, and English. a language Arabic, Xhosa, Zulu, Shona, Ndabele, Kikuyu etc.. As well as European lanuages such as French, Portugese, Dutch and English there is no dominant language each country has its own , different ethnic groups. There are hundreds of languages spoken in Africa. Many countries in Africa have English as their official language. But there are many different languages spoken within the various regions. You cannot simply say "African people" since Africa is a continentand contains many "people" of different tribes in many countries. In the majority of these countries, you can hear and understandEnglish, French, Portugese, Spanish, Arabic and literally hundredsof native, tribal languages and dialects. For instance, in the city of Accra, Ghana West Africa the officiallanguage of the country, English is spoken, but also Twi, Ga andFante, Ewe and a mix of two or all of those called Pidgin English. By most estimates, well over 1500 languages (UNESCO has estimatedaround two thousand) are spoken in Africa and double the number ofdialects. Most of those languages are spoken amongst small amountsof people, at a tribal level, which accounts for so many languages.Then there are the larger languages that are spoken across thecontinent by millions of people. Nigeria has more than 500 languages. Cameroon has 278. South Africahas 31, including 11 official languages. There are several major language families in Africa: . Afroasiatic . Nilo-Saharan . Niger-Congo . Khoe . Austronesian . Indo-European (mainly English, Afrikaans and French). There are many. However, there are three main languages that canhelp a person communicate in many countries of the continent. Thesethree are: 1) English, 2) French, and 3) Portuguese. Once one getsout of a main city or business center, the probability of anyEuropean language being spoken decreases with distance. actually that's incorrect Portuguese is not speaken in Africa itsspeakin in Asia ans south America the top 3 is 1. English,2.yuraba, 3. gangbe Sorry but Portuguese is spoken in Africa in Angola and Mozambiquetwo former Portuguese colonies. There are thousands of languages spoken in Africa, but among themost widely spoken are Arabic, English, French, Swahili, Berber,and Hausa. (MORE)
China has a population of 1.4 billion people, most of whom speak Chinese. That alone makes Chinese the most spoken language. This doesn't even take into account the amount of people that are in Taiwan, Singapore, or other areas where Chinese people live. To whomever posted this, do your homework.… "Chinese" isn't a language. The people of China speak many languages but primarily Mandarin and Cantonese. Mandarin is by far the most common as far as I know. (MORE)
Thought to be Arabic with 150 million speakers, then Hausa with more than 80 million speakers, Kiswahili and English
there isn't really a main language but they speak tsonga northern sotho venda and afikaanns
The Mayan languages were both written and spoken. In thepre-Columbian era they were visually represented by Mayahieroglyphic script.
There are 21 Countries in Africa that speak French: . Benin . Burkina Faso . Burundi . Cameroon . Central African . Republic . Chad . Comoros . Congo . Democratic Republic of the Congo . Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) . Djibouti . Equatorial Guinea . Gabon . Guinea . Madagascar . Mali… . Niger . Rwanda . Senegal . Togo Most of West African countries speak French in addition to local languages, as well as Madagascar. Most of the North African countries such as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, etc. Answer: There are 21 Countries in Africa that speak French: . Benin . Burkina Faso . Burundi . Cameroon . Central African . Republic . Chad . Comoros . Congo . Democratic Republic of the Congo . Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) . Djibouti . Equatorial Guinea . Gabon . Guinea . Madagascar . Mali . Niger . Rwanda . Senegal . Togo and more... Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Rwanda, Burundi, Chad and many others. Answer There are more than five countries in Africa that speak French. They include Congo, Algeria, Niger, Senegal, Burkina-Faso, and Cameroon. Researched 2 places . There are many countries in Africa that speak the French language. And they are: . Benin~ . Burkina Faso~ . Burundi~ . Cameroon~ . Central African Republic~ . Chad~ . Comoros~ . Republic of the Congo~ . Democratic Republic of the Congo . CÃ´te d'Ivoire~ . Djibouti~ . Gabon~ . Guinea~ . Madagascar~~ . Mali~ . Niger~ . Rwanda~ . Senegal~ . Seychelles~ . Togo~ . Out of 54 countries 20 of them have French as an official language. -------- . In addition to the above, French is widely used in North Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lybia, Egypt and others) French is an administrative, official, or co-official language in: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania, Niger, nigeria, Chad, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Cote-d'Ivoire (formerly known as Ivory Coast), Burkina Faso (formerly known as Upper Volta), Togo, Benin, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly known as Zaire), Equitorial Guinea, Gabon, Djibouti, Mali, Rwanda, Burundi, Cape Verde, Comoros, Guinea, Madagascar, Mauritius, Sao tome and Principe, Seychelles. France also has two departments that are integral parts of France/overseas parts of France in Africa: Mayotte Reunion (MORE)
Zulu is the language with the most first language speakers in SA,followed by Xhosa and then by Afrikaans. South Africa has had aninflux of people from all over the world and therefore otherlanguages like Portugese, Hindi, Mandarin and Dutch is also spokenwidely. South Africa's oldest language is th…e San language and it is stillspoken by a very small minority of San people in the Kalaharidesert in South Africa. An emerging trend in the youth of South Africa is to speak"SCHTapid" which they pick up from watching American television andcinema There are 11 official languages in South Africa. They areAfrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga,Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu. There are also many other languagesspoke in South Africa that are not official ones. South Africa is regarded as a multicultural and multilingualcountry with eleven official languages. Primarily, English is theinitial language. (Afrikaans speaking people are the minority) Equal use of the official languages does not imply every publicnotice or sign in eleven languages, yet in some cases this might benecessary. Luckily due to the fact that some languages are relatedsome terms are similar as with this stop sign. The following hasbeen used: " stop " from Afrikaans and English ;" jama " from isi Ndebele ; " tshitopo " fromTshi venda ; " yima " from isi Zulu ,isi Xhosa and Xi tsonga ; " ema " from Sesotho(southern Sotho) , Sesotho sa Leboa ( Northern Sotho ) andSetswana; and " mani " from si Swati . Multilingualismhas not caught on to this degree and in general translations areonly made where there is a real need. Answer There are 11 languages recognized as official languages in SouthAfrica. The population has a black majority, and the most frequently spokenlanguages amongst the black people are Zulu, Xhosa, and Setswana,although many of them speak Afrikaans or English. Amongst the whitepopulation Afrikaans, which evolved from Dutch, and English are themost widely spoken. Afrikaans, Tswana, English and Zulu There are 11 official languages in south Africa Afrikaans English (South African English) Southern Ndebele Northern Sotho Southern Sotho Swazi Tsonga Tswana Venda Xhosa Zulu Zulu is the most commonly spoken language with around 10.3millionspeakers. Xhosa is also popular with 7.8million speakers andAfrikaans with 6milliin speakers. English is also very common with usage in entertainment, media,art, cinema, cuisine, television and sport and is spoken by mostpeople in South Africa but not as a native tongue. Answer Hi i am from neighboring Zimbabwe and know how to speak about threeof the major languages and have many relatives in South Africa andknow that South Africa is a rainbow country rich with manydifferent languages and tongues many that are specific to certainregions. So my friends here is the list of the official languages:English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, isiXhosa, Shangaan, isiNdebele,setswana, Sesotho,Sepedi, Tshivenda, Xitsonga and Siswati correctme if am wrong but i believe those are the offical languageshowever there are a large number of Hindu speakers, even Polish,and Portugese-like i said rainbow nation. _________________________________________________ The very first people in South Africa were the San then theKhoikhoi. Their languages would have been the very first languages.Later Nguni speaking tribes moved down from the North andeventually white people immigrated to SA bringing their ownlanguages. Answer The very first people in South Africa were the San then the Khoikhoi. Their languages would have been the very first languages. Later Nguni speaking tribes moved down from the North and eventually white people immigrated to SA bringing their own languages. South Africa now has 11 official languages (and quite a few unofficial languages) The official languages are: Â· Afrikaans Â· English Â· IsiNdebele Â· IsiXhosa Â· IsiZulu Â· Sesotho sa Leboa (Northern Sesotho) Â· Sesotho (Southern Sesotho) Â· Setswana Â· siSwati Â· Tshivenda Â· Xitsonga Yes, english is spoken in South Africa and it belongs to one of the 11 official languages that South Africa has. Official languages are Afrikaans, English, Southern Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu The most frequently spoken language in South Africa is Zulu followed by Xhosa 32 languages are spoken in SA im from there Afrikaans and English are the main lingua francas, but the following are the other nine official languages: Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu There are in fact, 11 official languages. Afrikaans, English, Southern Ndebele, Northers Sotho, Southern Sotho, Swazi, Tsongo, Tsana, Venda, Xhosa and Zuuy South Africa actually has 11 official languages: . IsiZulu . IsiXhosa . Afrikaans . Sepedi . English . Setswana . Sesotho . Xitsonga . SiSwati . Tshivenda . IsiNdebele We have 11 official languages but the most commonly spoken languages are English and afrikaans. zulu it is called zulu (MORE)
There are many languages spoken throughout the world. Languagesvary throughout the world in different countries and regions of theworld.
No. South Africa has 11 official languages (none of them are French). English is the language of commerce and government.
A lot. I live in Tennessee and i hear many. Chinese, American, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, and many more! Probably anything you could think of. Answer: The previous answer has nothing to do with the Middle East. There are about 50 languages spoken in the Middle East. The most signficant are…: Arabic Persian Turkish Hebrew (MORE)
Most people speak and understand English , but Afrikaans and isiXhosa are the other main languagespoken. The predominant languages spoken in Cape Town are English,Afrikaans and Xhosa. English, Afrikaans and a variety of local dialects. Most people canspeak English. English - language of commerce…, government and education, widelyunderstood and spoken Cape Town is a very cosmopolitan city where you'll hear a varietyof languages. (South Africa has 11 official languages). However,the languages most of the local people in Cape Town speak areEnglish, Afrikaans and Xhosa. As a tourist you will be able to communicate everywhereeffortlessly in English. Some tourist places also cater for otherEuropean languages (e.g. German, French, etc.) South Africa has 11 official langauges: Afrikaans, English,Ndebele, Nothern Sotho, Sotho, Swati/Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda,Xhosa and Zulu. 5 of which are in our national anthem: Xhosa, Zulu, Sesotho,Afrikaans and English. Most people understand and speak English. Afrikaans is locallanguage that developed from Dutch and is the home language of manywhite and coloured(mixed race) peoples, while the majority of blackpeople speak Khosa as a home language. (MORE)
The language that East Africans in Tanzania, Kenya and Ugandaspeak commonly is Swahili. For most, Swahili is a second languagelearned at school. At home and with their family they speak one ofabout 50 different tribal languages. . East Africans who have reached High school will commonly alsospeak s…ome UK English. Most signage and public notices in EastAfrican countries are in English and one or more of the locallanguages. (MORE)
Portuguese is the official language of the former Portuguesecolonies of: . Angola . Cape Verde Islands . Guinea-Bissau . Mozambique . Sao Tome and Principe It also is spoken by linguistic minorities in the African countriesof Equatorial Africa, Mauritius, and Senegal. And it also is spokenb…y native and second language learners in Morocco, and in SouthAfrica. . Cape Verde . GuinÃ©-Bissau . SÃ£o TomÃ© e PrÃncipe . Angola . MoÃ§ambique (MORE)
Afrikaans. It is an Indo-European language of the Germanic language family, and is closely related to (and sometimes mutually intelligible with) Dutch and especially Flemish.
Saharan Africa and Africa in general is divided not by ethnicity,culture, or tribe but by random geographical boundaries arbitrarilyselected by marauding colonials. Language groups are divided intoBantu, Swahili, Nilotic languages, with the common denominator ofArabic as a trade language for culture…s located along the traderoutes with hubs in Timbuktu, Egypt, Senegal, Mauritius, andterminating possibly in Morocco. In every company there are probably a minimum of 5 major indigenousethnic languages spoken, plus one or two colonial languages, with areligious language (generally Arabic), and various Pidgins orCreoles (Nigeria/Ghana). There is no way to unify Saharan Africawith one language, as the geography and related cultures are asvaried as they are distinct. Africa is a CONTINENT, not a country. (MORE)
Mostly all people speak English and afrikaans ( those are the 2 languages learn't in schools) and there are more xhosa speaking people there than zulu :)
There are about 50 languages spoken in the Middle East. Arabic is the main language in Middle East for most countries.Notable exceptions are Iran, which speaks Persian or Farsi, andIsrael, which speaks Hebrew. Other languages are also spoken, such as: Kurdish Turkish Shabaki Urdu Dari Pashto Aram…aic Berber English French In antiquity, perhaps the most important language was Aramaic, anow-extinct language that served as a lingua franca for manycenturies. In terms of language families, Arabic, Hebrew, andBerber fall within the Afro-Asiatic branch, while Persian andKurdish are Indo-European, and Turkish is Altaic. Arabic is the main language in Middle East for most countries. Notable exceptions are Iran, which speaks Persian or Farsi, Turkey, which speaks Turkish, and Israel, which speaks Hebrew. The majority of Middle Eastern countries speak one dialect or another of Arabic except for Israel, Turkey, and Iran. (MORE)
Predominant in Pretoria would be the Sotho family of languages,some Zulu, lots of Afrikaans and a bit less English. But you'll getPortuguese, Congolese languages, Somali, Nigerian and many more. If you can speak English, most people will understand you. Moststreet, traffic and advertising signs are …in English. (MORE)
Arabic is the most widely spoken language in Afica. Answer Swahili is most widely spoken African language. Swahili is spoken in these countries: Tanzania 99%, Kenya 87%, Uganda 85%, Burundi 55%, Democratic Republic of the Congo 48%, Rwanda 28%, Swahili is also spoken in southern Somalia, Ethiop…ia and Sudan and northern Mozambique and the Comoros Islands. It has more than 11 million native speakers (speak Swahili as first language) and more than 120 million secondary speakers. That makes Swahili the largest African language. Answer Arabic is widely spoken in many African countries, but it is naturally not counted as one of African languages even though there's arabic-africans lives in Africa; it is because most of native African countries has a low percentage of Arabic speakers. [Note: This is in error. Arabic is an Afro-Asiatic language, and therefore qualifies as a native language of Africa.] (MORE)
Yes it is spoken in some of the norther African countries like Egypt, Libya, Tunisia etc.
There are approximately 1500 languages spoken in Africa, and about 1000 of those are spoken in Sub-Saharan Africa.
There are approximately 1500 languages spoken in Africa, and about 500 of those are spoken in West Africa.
French, the language of the refined, cultured and well-educated Africans who aspired to obtain civil service positions in the diplomatic corps. Although, the United Nations having changed their working language to English, and the advent of the Internet have had a major effect on the former widespre…ad use of French. (MORE)
The Arabs moved into North Africa around 1000 years ago, and Arabicis spoken in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and theSudan.
Guyana is in South America, not Africa. Its official language isEnglish. It has a number of other languages including Spanish andPortugeuse.
There are more than 500 languages in West Africa, but the mostwidely spoken are: . English . Arabic . French . Swahili Answer There are several languages spoken in West Africa and it is hard topin down the main dialect. However, the highest percentage ofpeople speaking a common lan…guage is 10 percent; the language beingSwahili. Fula, Maninka, Susu, Arabic, Insula, Kissi, Kpele, and Loma Some major languages from Europe are spoken there, such as English,Spanish, Portugeuse and French. Some of these are officiallanguages of some countries. However there are hundreds of otherlanguages in the countries of western Africa, too many to list.Some might be associated just with a small area or group of tribes. Yoruba, Igbo and Fula. (MORE)
In the Republic of South Africa, although it is also used in Botswana and Namibia
Yes, Latin was widely spoken from about the 8th century BCE to the 5th century CE in much of middle and southern Europe. It started to be spoken in Rome and was the main language of the Roman Republic and Empire. In the Eastern Roman Empire -later known as the Byzantine Empire- , Greek was generally… the main language rather than Latin. The Byzantine Empire ended in 1453. (MORE)
The languages of North Africa are from the group Afro-Asiatic,which is made up of about 200 languages. There are approximately1500-2000 languages spoken in all of Africa. Arabic There are many languages spoken in North Africa such as English.French is another language that is spoken in North Africa.… They speak the strange native tongue of Gurgles. It is a mixture of clicks and high pitched squeales. It is refered to be the same language that the Ewoks of Endor speak. The common language of the people of North Africa is Arabic as spoken in several dialects such a Egyptian, Moroccan and Libyan etc. There are other languages such as Coptic (revived form spoken by a few hundred Coptic Christians in Egypt) and Amazigh and Tamazight (berber languages) as well as Tuareg spoken by the Nomadic Tuareg people. Most people in North Africa speak Arabic. A small minority speakAmazigh/Berber and other indigenous languages. Because of Frenchcolonization, a significant minority of people are fluent in Frenchas a second language in the Western part of North Africa. aribic Arabic Various dialects of Afabic, although most "old colonial" nationsstill carry a European lanuage as a second language - for exampleFrench in Algeria. predominantly Arabic Arabic. Arabic, mainly. (MORE)
The official languages are: French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Bantu, Dutch, German, Swahili, and other local tribal languages...only four??? the most popular has to be French, followed by English and Portuguese... But South of The Sahara inludes so many territories including Ethiopea which spea…ks italian, Somalia which speaks Arabic, Sudan which speaks Darf, and several others... (MORE)
There are 54 countries and and about 1.11 billion people in Africa. Many factors influence the reason there are so many languages. As in other parts of the world, different countries speak different languages. Many people came to Africa to colonise it, bringing new languages. There are many tribes i…n Africa, many having their own languages or dialects of languages. For these and many other reasons, many languages have developed in Africa. (MORE)
Zulu has the most speakers, and Xhosa is second. English is the most widely spoken.
South Africa has 11 official languages and all these languages are allowed in court proceedings. However, the main language spoken is English.
South Africa has 11 official languages. They are Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu.
There is no country called East Africa, but there is a region known as East Africa.
More than 2,000 different languages are spoken in Africa . The main ones being English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, from the colonial times. To that you have to add 14 other languages that are officially recoginized at national level. They are Arabic, Swahili, Chichewa, Amharic, Somali, Tigr…inya, Kinyarwanda, Sango, Swazi, Malagasy, Seychellois Creole, Shona, and Afrikaans. . (MORE)
Sub-Saharan Africa is a general term for the countries in Africathat are south of the Sahara Desert. That includes a large amountof countries and they would each have their own official languages.So there is no single official language of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Russian - it is spoken by approximately 125 million people (mainly in European Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, and Latvia).
Because it is such a diverse country and lots of different ethnic backgrounds are there.
Yes, we have 11 official languages and all are historical. We also speak indian languages such as hindi and telegu. European languages are also spoken. Its just one colourful country with a rainbow nation that we are proud of!!!
Cape Town is part of South Africa so all languages spoken in SouthAfrica are also spoken in Cape Town. We have 11 official languages. English, Afrikaans, Ndebele, Sepedi,Tswati, Tsonga, South Sotho, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa & Zulu South Africa has the following official languages: . IsiZulu . IsiXho…sa . Afrikaans . Sepedi . English . Setswana . Sesotho . Xitsonga . SiSwati . Tshivenda . IsiNdebele (MORE)
Yes, but by very small minorities of African migrant workers. It isnot a national, regional, or city language in any Middle Eastern orNorth African State. The largest populations of Fulani speakerslive in Nigeria and other African countries along roughly the samelatitude.
There are so many different languages spoken in East Africa becausethere are many groups of people and various tribes from variousethnic backgrounds.
During its history, many African countries were under British rule.As a result the English language is spoken in some parts of Africa.
English came to South Africa through the British occupation of theCape of Good Hope, which is today known as Cape Town. (1795)
There are hundreds of sub-Saharan African languages. Swahili andHausa are probably the most widely spoken. Arabic and French arealso spoken.