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Yoruba language

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  1. Yoruba is a dialect continuum of West Africa with over 25 million speakers

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  2. The three possible syllable structures of Yoruba are consonant+vowel (CV), vowel alone (V), and syllabic nasal (N)

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  3. native name èdè Yorùbá, 'the Yoruba language'

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  4. The native tongue of the approximately 40 million Yoruba people, it is spoken, among other languages, in Nigeria, Benin, and Togo and traces of it are found among communities in Brazil Sierra Leone (where it is called Oku), and Cuba (where it is call

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  5. Yoruba is an isolating, tonal language with SVO syntax

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