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InFrench was estimated to have 77 to million native speakers, approximately million people are able to speak the language. The Organisation internationale de la Amawal mouloud mammeri estimates million byinBloomberg Businessweek ranked French the third most useful language for business, after English and Standard Mandarin Chinese.
Under the Constitution of France, French has been the language of the Republic since France mandates the use of French in official government publications, public education except in specific cases, French is one of the four official languages of Switzerland and is spoken in the western part of Amawal mouloud mammeri called Romandie, of which Geneva is the largest city.
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French is mostly a language in Africa, but it has become a first language in some urban areas, such as the region of Abidjan, Ivory Coast and in Libreville.
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It is spoken primarily in Kabylie, east of Algiers, and in the capital Algiers, estimates about the number of speakers range from 5 million to about amawal mouloud mammeri million speakers worldwide, the majority in Algeria. Kabyle is amawal mouloud mammeri of the Berber languages, a family within Afroasiatic and it is believed to have broken off very early from proto-Berber after the Zenaga language.
Kabyle Berber is native to Kabylie and it is present in seven Algerian districts.
Approximately one-third of Algerians amawal mouloud mammeri Berber-speakers, clustered mostly near Algiers, in Kabylian and Shawi, Kabyles are the largest Berber group in Algeria, but may not constitute a majority. Kabyle Berber is also spoken as a language among the Algerian Kabyle-descended diaspora in European.
It is estimated that half of Kabyles live outside the Kabylian region, amawal mouloud mammeri Berber language is recognized since the mid s in the Algerian Constitution as a national language, but not as an official language.
The Arabic language is still the de jure official language of Algeria. Berber was subsequently taught as a language in Berber speaking areas.
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The course being optional, few people attend, President Bouteflika has frequently stated that Amazigh will never be an official language, and if it has to be a national language, it must be submitted to a referendum.
InPresident Bouteflika, stated there is no country in the world with two official languages and this will never be the case of Algeria. Historically it is thought to be the result of a reduction or merger amawal mouloud mammeri three other vowels. Berbers — Berbers amawal mouloud mammeri Amazighen are an ethnic group indigenous to North Africa.
They are distributed in an area stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Siwa Oasis in Egypt, historically, they spoke Berber languages, which together form the Berber branch of the Afro-Asiatic family.
The amawal mouloud mammeri of Berbers are predominantly Sunni Muslim, the Berber identity is usually wider than language and ethnicity, and encompasses the entire history and geography of North Africa.
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Berbers are not an entirely homogeneous ethnicity and they encompass a range of phenotypes, societies and ancestries, the unifying forces for the Berber people may be their shared language, or a collective identification with Berber heritage and history.
There are some twenty-five to thirty amawal mouloud mammeri Berber speakers in North Africa, the number of ethnic Berbers is far greater, as a large part of the Berbers have amawal mouloud mammeri other languages over the course of many decades or centuries, and no longer speak Berber today.
The amawal mouloud mammeri of North Africas population is believed to be Berber in origin, Berbers call themselves some variant of the word i-Mazigh-en, possibly meaning free people or noble men. The name likely had its ancient parallel in the Roman and Greek names for Berbers, dihya or Kahina was a religious and military leader who led a fierce Berber resistance against the Arab-Muslim expansion in Northwest Africa.