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African languages and languages spoken in Africa by Mind Map: African languages and languages
spoken in Africa
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African languages and languages spoken in Africa

Indo-European family

English

Botswana

Cameroon

Gambia

Ghana

Kenya

Lesotho

Liberia

Madagascar

Malawi

Mauritius

Namibia

Nigeria

Rwanda

Seychelles

Sierra Leone

South Africa

Sudan

Swaziland

Tanzania

Uganda

Zambia

Zimbabwe

French

Congo DRC + RC

CAR

Cameroon

Cote d'Ivoire

Niger

Senegal

Mali

Burkina Faso

Rwanda

Guinea

Chad

Burundi

Benin

Togo

Gabon

Comoros + Seychelles

Equatorial Guinea

Djibouti

Maghreb (Algeria, Tunisia, Morroco, Mauritania

Portuguese

Angola

Cape Verde

Guinea-Bissau

Mozambique

Sao Tome and Principe

Italian

Eritrea

Libya

Egypt + Tunisia

Dutch

Afrikaans

AfroAsiatic family

Berber

Tamazigh (used more and more for all Berber languages)

Chadic

Hausa, West Africa lingua franca

Cushitic

Oromo

Somali

Sidamo

Egyptian

Coptic

Omotic

spoken in South West Ethiopia

Semitic

Arabic

Ahmaric

Tigrynia

Hebrew

2,000 languages from Africa

6 families

Nilo-Saharan family

Luo

Kanuri

Fur, Nouveau sujet

Lango

Masai

Nubian

Niger-Congo family

Bambara

Wolof

Fula

Senufo

Igbo

Twi

Yoruba

Bantu Languages, Swahili, Tswana, Lingala, Zulu, Kinyarwanda, Southern Sotho (Sesotho)

Koe family

Tsoa

Kxoe

Austronesian family

Malagasi

Creole

Based on European languages

English, Krio (in Sierra Leone)

French, Seychellois, Maurician, Reunion creoles

Portuguese, Kriol (Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau), Angolar and Forro (Sao Tome)

Spanish, Annobonese language (islands of Equatorial Guinea

Arabic, Nubi (Kenya, Uganda), Juba Arabic (Southern Sudan), Babalia (South Western Chad)