Ethiopia is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It has a population of over 100 million people, and the most spoken languages in the country are Amharic, Oromo, and Tigrinya. These three languages are spoken by more than 95% of the population. Amharic is the official language of Ethiopia, while Oromo and Tigrinya are both regional languages.
The Ethiopian people are a proud and diverse group with over eighty different languages spoken throughout the country. However, three of these languages – Amharic, Oromiffa, and Tigrinya – are told by the majority of the population and considered the most important. While Amharic is the official language of Ethiopia, Oromiffa and Tigrinya are also widely used in business and government.
In Ethiopia, there are more than 80 spoken languages. Amharic is the most common, spoken by more than 27 million people. Other languages include Tigrinya, Oromiffa, Somali, and Gurage. While English is not one of the most common languages in Ethiopia, it is still an important language. It is the language of business and government and is taught in schools.
The Most Spoken Languages In Ethiopia
Some of the common phrases in both Oromo and Amharic languages that a visitor can quickly learn include: in Amharic, one can say “Seh-Lahm” to mean “Hello/Peace” or say “Awo” to mean “Yes.” In Oromo, one says “akkam” to mean “hello” and “nagaatti” to mean “bye.”