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Tigrinya is also dominant, serving as the national lingua franca, in the cities and towns of the Eritrean coast. There are two dialects of Tigre, which may have about 100,000 speakers. The Southern or Highland dialect is spoken by the Mensa, Ad Timaryam and Ad Tekla tribes and most of the Red Marya. The Northern or Lowland dialect is spoken by the Habaab and Black Marya. This is the dialect in which the Beni Amir of Eritrea and Sudan are now bilingual (see BEJA). 25 ARABIC PERHAPS 165,000,000 SPEAKERS Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen T he importance of Arabic in the modern world goes back to its position as the language of the Qur'aÅn, the language of a conquering religion.

This seemed wholly different from the other two families best known to European linguists, the Indo-European and Semitic languages. In typical fusional languages of both of these groups, words are indeed modified to reflect such features as plurality, person, time and mood, but the modifications appear to form an unanalysable whole ± and sometimes appear inseparable from the root. A further contrast could be seen with isolating languages such as Chinese, in which all these ideas that need to be expressed take the form of separate words.

It also seems to have many Sumerian loanwords. The cuneiform writing system was not a new invention when it was first applied to Akkadian about 2350 BC. Until then it had been used for SUMERIAN, the ancient and unrelated language of the oldest kingdoms of southern Iraq. Speakers of Akkadian, advancing northwards from the Arabian peninsula, had occupied the region and their language had begun to replace Sumerian in everyday use around 2500. In this process Akkadian borrowed heavily from Sumerian ± but it did not borrow verbs.

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