Algerian Arabic

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Algerian Arabic language, or simply Algerian (known as Darja or Dziria in Algeria), is a language derived from a variety of the Arabic language spoken in northern Algeria.wikipedia
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Algeria

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Algerian Arabic language, or simply Algerian (known as Darja or Dziria in Algeria), is a language derived from a variety of the Arabic language spoken in northern Algeria.
Algeria (الجزائر ', Algerian Arabic الدزاير '; Algérie), officially the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa.

Maghrebi Arabic

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Algerian Arabic language, or simply Algerian (known as Darja or Dziria in Algeria), is a language derived from a variety of the Arabic language spoken in northern Algeria. Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish. It belongs to the Maghrebi Arabic language continuum and as such it is partially mutually intelligible with Tunisian and Moroccan.
It includes Moroccan, Algerian, Tunisian, Libyan, and Hassaniya Arabic.

Stratum (linguistics)

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

African Romance

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.
Algerian Arabic

Moroccan Arabic

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It belongs to the Maghrebi Arabic language continuum and as such it is partially mutually intelligible with Tunisian and Moroccan.
It is mutually intelligible to some extent with Algerian Arabic language and to a lesser extent with Tunisian Arabic language.

Tunisian Arabic

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It belongs to the Maghrebi Arabic language continuum and as such it is partially mutually intelligible with Tunisian and Moroccan.
As part of a dialect continuum, Tunisian merges into Algerian Arabic and Libyan Arabic at the borders of the country.

Languages of Algeria

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Languages of Algeria
Algerian Arabic and Berber are the native languages of over 99% of Algerians, with Algerian Arabic spoken by about 72% and Berber by 27.4%.

Varieties of Arabic

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Varieties of Arabic
Algerian Arabic (دارجة - darja)

Arabic

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Algerian Arabic language, or simply Algerian (known as Darja or Dziria in Algeria), is a language derived from a variety of the Arabic language spoken in northern Algeria.
Algerian Arabic spoken in Algeria

Kabylie

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The letter ݣ is only used in western Algeria, near the Morocco border (especially in Oranie). Elsewhere, it is written ڨ (especially in Kabylia).

Libyan Arabic

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Libyan Arabic
Algerian Arabic

Arabic script

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– Ga, used to represent the voiced velar plosive in Algerian and Tunisian.

Variety (linguistics)

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Algerian Arabic language, or simply Algerian (known as Darja or Dziria in Algeria), is a language derived from a variety of the Arabic language spoken in northern Algeria.

Dialect continuum

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It belongs to the Maghrebi Arabic language continuum and as such it is partially mutually intelligible with Tunisian and Moroccan.

Semitic languages

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

Berber languages

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

Latin

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

Loanword

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

French language

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

Ottoman Turkish language

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

Spanish language

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Like other varieties of Maghrebi Arabic, Algerian language have a mostly Semitic vocabulary, with significant Berber and Latin (African Romance) substrates and numerous loanwords from French, Ottoman Turkish and Spanish.

Classical Arabic

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It is essentially a spoken language used in daily communication and entertainment, while Classical Arabic is generally reserved for official use and education.

Pre-Hilalian Arabic dialects

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Algerian language includes several distinct dialects belonging to two genetically different groups: pre-Hilalian and Hilalian dialects.

Hilalian dialects

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Algerian language includes several distinct dialects belonging to two genetically different groups: pre-Hilalian and Hilalian dialects.

Koiné language

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Modern koine languages, urban and national, are based mainly on Hilalian dialects.