African languages and languages spoken in Africa

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

1. Indo-European family

1.1. English

1.1.1. Botswana

1.1.2. Cameroon

1.1.3. Gambia

1.1.4. Ghana

1.1.5. Kenya

1.1.6. Lesotho

1.1.7. Liberia

1.1.8. Madagascar

1.1.9. Malawi

1.1.10. Mauritius

1.1.11. Namibia

1.1.12. Nigeria

1.1.13. Rwanda

1.1.14. Seychelles

1.1.15. Sierra Leone

1.1.16. South Africa

1.1.17. Sudan

1.1.18. Swaziland

1.1.19. Tanzania

1.1.20. Uganda

1.1.21. Zambia

1.1.22. Zimbabwe

1.2. French

1.2.1. Congo DRC + RC

1.2.2. CAR

1.2.3. Cameroon

1.2.4. Cote d'Ivoire

1.2.5. Niger

1.2.6. Senegal

1.2.7. Mali

1.2.8. Burkina Faso

1.2.9. Rwanda

1.2.10. Guinea

1.2.11. Chad

1.2.12. Burundi

1.2.13. Benin

1.2.14. Togo

1.2.15. Gabon

1.2.16. Comoros + Seychelles

1.2.17. Equatorial Guinea

1.2.18. Djibouti

1.2.19. Maghreb (Algeria, Tunisia, Morroco, Mauritania

1.3. Portuguese

1.3.1. Angola

1.3.2. Cape Verde

1.3.3. Guinea-Bissau

1.3.4. Mozambique

1.3.5. Sao Tome and Principe

1.4. Italian

1.4.1. Eritrea

1.4.2. Libya

1.4.3. Egypt + Tunisia

1.5. Dutch

1.5.1. Afrikaans

2. AfroAsiatic family

2.1. Berber

2.1.1. Tamazigh (used more and more for all Berber languages)

2.2. Chadic

2.2.1. Hausa

2.2.1.1. West Africa lingua franca

2.3. Cushitic

2.3.1. Oromo

2.3.2. Somali

2.3.3. Sidamo

2.4. Egyptian

2.4.1. Coptic

2.5. Omotic

2.5.1. spoken in South West Ethiopia

2.6. Semitic

2.6.1. Arabic

2.6.2. Ahmaric

2.6.3. Tigrynia

2.6.4. Hebrew

3. 2,000 languages from Africa

4. 6 families

4.1. Nilo-Saharan family

4.1.1. Luo

4.1.2. Kanuri

4.1.3. Fur

4.1.3.1. Nouveau sujet

4.1.4. Lango

4.1.5. Masai

4.1.6. Nubian

4.2. Niger-Congo family

4.2.1. Bambara

4.2.2. Wolof

4.2.3. Fula

4.2.4. Senufo

4.2.5. Igbo

4.2.6. Twi

4.2.7. Yoruba

4.2.8. Bantu Languages

4.2.8.1. Swahili

4.2.8.2. Tswana

4.2.8.3. Lingala

4.2.8.4. Zulu

4.2.8.5. Kinyarwanda

4.2.8.6. Southern Sotho (Sesotho)

4.3. Koe family

4.3.1. Tsoa

4.3.2. Kxoe

4.4. Austronesian family

4.4.1. Malagasi

5. Creole

5.1. Based on European languages

5.1.1. English

5.1.1.1. Krio (in Sierra Leone)

5.1.2. French

5.1.2.1. Seychellois

5.1.2.2. Maurician, Reunion creoles

5.1.3. Portuguese

5.1.3.1. Kriol (Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau)

5.1.3.2. Angolar and Forro (Sao Tome)

5.1.4. Spanish

5.1.4.1. Annobonese language (islands of Equatorial Guinea

5.1.5. Arabic

5.1.5.1. Nubi (Kenya, Uganda)

5.1.5.2. Juba Arabic (Southern Sudan)

5.1.5.3. Babalia (South Western Chad)