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Name: Eritrean language
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Afro-Asiatic languages. The South Semitic (North Ethopic) languages spoken in Eritrea are Tigrinya, Tigre, and Dahlik (formerly considered a dialect of Tigre). Together, they are spoken by around 70% of local residents: Tigrinya, spoken as a first language by the Tigrinya people. Ethno-linguistic - Afro-Asiatic languages - Foreign languages - Official status. There are nine languages in Eritrea. Tigrinya (50%) and Arabic are the working languages. The other languages are Tigre (40%), Afar (4%), Saho (3%), Bega (Beja), Bilen, Nara and Kunama. English and Italian are also widely understood. 4 May - 2 min - Uploaded by MsBissirat There's a little bonus at the end of the video;) Please Support my channel by commenting.
Tigrinya, Tigre, and Standard Arabic are the three most widely spoken languages in the African country of Eritrea. Further south off of Aseb, Debubawi Key Bahri region includes Halba Island and associated islets. Principal Languages. English, Standard Arabic, Tigrigna. In Eritrea it is a working language in offices along with Arabic. Tigrinya is also It is written and read from left to right as the English language. There are 32 set.
A collection of useful phrases in Tigrinya, a South Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea. To see these phrases in many other languages click on the English versions. If you'd like to see these phrases in any combination of two . Though there is no single official language Tigrinya, Arabic and English are The nine Eritrea ethnic groups are the Tigrinya, Bilen, Afar, Saho, Rashaida, Tigre, . native languages in Eritrea are the Semitic ones, the closely related Tigrigna. Other major Semitic languages in the region are Tigre, spoken by million people in northern Eritrea, Tigrigna (also spelled Tigrinya), spoken by about