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Amharic is a Semitic language and the national language of Ethiopia. The majority of the 25 million or so speakers of Amharic can be found in Ethiopia, but there are also speakers in a number of other countries, particularly Eritrea, Canada, the USA and Sweden. The name Amharic (amarəñña) comes from the district of Amhara in nortern Ethiopia, which is thought to be the historic centre of the language. (...)

Amharic is a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea by about 25 million people.

Chichewa (Chicheŵa) is a Bantu language spoken in parts of Malawi, where it is an official national language along with English, and also in Zambia, Mozambique, where the language is known as Chinyanja, and Zimbabwe. Between 7 and 8 million people speak Chichewa. The orthography of Chichewa was standardised in 1973 when the New Chichewa Orthography Rules were published. (...)

Chichewa is a Bantu language spoken by about 7 or 8 million people in Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

Lule Sámi (julevsámegiella) is a Western Sámi language spoken in Norway and Sweden by about 1,500-2,000 people. It is spoken mainly around Luleå in Sweden and in northern parts of Nordland county in Norway, and also in Tysfjord municipality, where it is an official language. Lule Sámi is written in the Latin alphabet, and has an official orthography. The language was standardised in 1983. (...)

Lule Sámi is a Western Sámi language spoken in Norway and Sweden by about people.

Italian (italiano) is a Romance language spoken by about 60 million people in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, the Vatican City, Malta and Eritrea. There are also Italian speakers in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Canada, the USA and the UK. Italian first started to appear in written documents during the 10th century in the form of notes and short texts inserted into Latin documents such as lawsuits and poetry. (...)

Italian is a Romance language spoken mainly in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, the Vatican City, Malta and Eritrea by about 60 million people.

Míkmaq (Míkmawísimk) is an Algonquian language with about 8,000 speakers in Canada and the USA, mainly in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, but also in Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Maine. The Míkmaq called themselves L'nu'k (the people) and their language L'nui'sin. The word Míkmaq comes from their word nikmaq, meaning "my kin-friends." The language is also known as Micmac, Mi'gmaq, Miigmao or Restigouche. (...)

Details of Míkmaq, an Algonquian language spoken in Canada and the USA by about people.

Hindi numbers (हिन्दी संख्याएँ) http://www.omniglot.com/language/numbers/hindi.htm

Hindi alphabet, pronunciation and language

Italian (italiano) is a Romance language spoken by about 60 million people in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, the Vatican City, Malta and Eritrea. There are also Italian speakers in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Canada, the USA and the UK. Italian first started to appear in written documents during the 10th century in the form of notes and short texts inserted into Latin documents such as lawsuits and poetry.

Italian is a Romance language spoken mainly in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, the Vatican City, Malta and Eritrea by about 60 million people.

Ethiopia

Blue Nile Falls (also info about national parks and the Omo valley)

Hausa (حَوْسَ) is a Chadic language with about 39 million speakers. It is spoken mainly in northern Nigeria and Niger, and also in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, CAR, Chad, Congo, Eritrea, Germany, Ghana, Sudan and Togo. (...)

Hausa is a Chadic language is spoken mainly in Nigeria and Niger by about 44 million people.

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