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*languages spoken in tz*

Postby imz » 20 Oct 2005, 14:15

National or official languages: Swahili, English.
Literacy rate: 80% to 85%
The number of languages listed for Tanzania is 128. Of those, 127 are living languages and 1 is extinct.

Living
Aasáx
Alagwa
Arabic, Omani Spoken
Aramanik
Asu
Bembe
Bondei
Bungu
Burunge
Cutchi-Swahili
Datooga
Dhaiso
Digo
Doe
English
Fipa
Gogo
Gorowa
Gujarati
Gweno
Ha
Hadza
Hangaza
Haya
Hehe
Ikizu
Ikoma
Iraqw
Isanzu
Jita
Kabwa
Kachchi
Kagulu
Kahe
Kami
Kara
Kerewe
Kimbu
Kinga
Kisankasa
Kisankasa
Kisi
Konongo
Kuria
Kutu
Kwaya
Kwere
Lambya
Langi
Luguru
Luo
Maasai
Machame
Machinga
Magoma
Makhuwa-Meetto
Makonde
Malila
Mambwe-Lungu
Manda
Maraba
Matengo
Matumbi
Mbugu
Mbugwe
Mbunga
Mediak
Mochi
Mosiro
Mpoto
Mwera
Ndali
Ndamba
Ndendeule
Ndengereko
Ndonde Hamba
Ngasa
Ngindo
Ngoni
Ngulu
Ngurimi
Nilamba
Nindi
Nyakyusa-Ngonde
Nyambo
Nyamwanga
Nyamwezi
Nyaturu
Nyaturu
Nyiha
Okiek
Pangwa
Pimbwe
Pogolo
Rombo
Rufiji
Rungwa
Rwa
Safwa
Sagala
Sandawe
Sangu
Segeju
Shambala
Shubi
Sizaki
Suba
Subi
Sukuma
Sumbwa
Tanzanian Sign Language
Temi
Tongwe
Vidunda
Vinza
Vunjo
Wanda
Wanji
Ware
Yao
Zanaki
Zaramo
Zigula
Zinza

Extinct
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Postby Tayyaba » 20 Oct 2005, 22:58

whoaaa...hehehe that is sooo cool
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Postby abuali » 21 Oct 2005, 01:01

food for thought: -

Aramanik
Cutchi-Swahili :roll:
Iraqw
Kisankasa
Kisankasa (mentioned twice)
Machinga :P
Tanzanian Sign Language (spoken?)

Good work imz on the research. Is there any online site with some details on these languages?
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Postby imz » 21 Oct 2005, 01:52

thnx hasin.
o forgot to put in the source.. http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country. ... e=Tanzania - da sites good, it tells u wher it is spoken and d rest..
o yeah abt the duplication, well lookn at the number of languages ther it was prone for duplication dont u think lol..
abt the sign lang - if deaf ppl cud hear den we cud speak init.. lol i heard it first time that its "tanzanian" sign lang.. thot its generally the same worldwide.. bu have a read abt it on the link above...

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Postby Yas » 21 Oct 2005, 20:51

It's all about swinglish :rolleyes:
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Postby Muhammad Mahdi » 21 Oct 2005, 22:04

nice site
just by changing tanzania to another country u can view the other country's details as well

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