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The Edo Language: An Enthralling History and Interesting Language Uses!

Edo, also known as Bini, is part of the Niger-Congo language family and is spoken primarily in Edo State, Nigeria, notably in the capital of Edo State, Benin City. The language is spoken by 1.64 million people in Nigeria and globally by an estimated 1,641,670...

The Shona Language

The Shona Language (Written by Shannon Walker) Shona is one of the most widely spoken Bantu languages. Part of the Niger-Congo language family, Shona is the language of Shona people in Zimbabwe. In fact, it is one of the most widely spoken Bantu languages, with 10.7...

The Lusophone Countries: Portuguese Speakers in Guinea-Bissau, Angola, and Mozambique

This blog was written by Callum Madle. In Guinea-Bissau, Angola and Mozambique, the Portuguese language is used as a lingua franca (a common language) and is also used in the education system, the media and legal documentation. Angola is the second largest Portuguese...
The Shona Language

The Shona Language

The Shona Language (Written by Shannon Walker) Shona is one of the most widely spoken Bantu languages. Part of the...

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