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The Saho–Afar languages (also known as Afar–Saho) are a dialect-cluster belonging to the Cushitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic family. They include the Afar and Saho languages, which are spoken in Djibouti, Eritrea and Ethiopia. Characteristic features of Saho-Afar include the following:

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  • 萨霍-阿法语
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  • Las dos lenguas afar-saho o saho-afar constituyen un subgrupo de lenguas del grupo cushita oriental de las lenguas afroasiáticas, habladas en Eritrea, Etiopía y Yibuti.​
  • 萨霍-阿法语屬於亚非语系通行於厄立特里亚、埃塞俄比亚與吉布提等地區。其中,再分出來兩個語言分支:萨霍語、阿法语。
  • The Saho–Afar languages (also known as Afar–Saho) are a dialect-cluster belonging to the Cushitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic family. They include the Afar and Saho languages, which are spoken in Djibouti, Eritrea and Ethiopia. Characteristic features of Saho-Afar include the following:
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  • Las dos lenguas afar-saho o saho-afar constituyen un subgrupo de lenguas del grupo cushita oriental de las lenguas afroasiáticas, habladas en Eritrea, Etiopía y Yibuti.​
  • The Saho–Afar languages (also known as Afar–Saho) are a dialect-cluster belonging to the Cushitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic family. They include the Afar and Saho languages, which are spoken in Djibouti, Eritrea and Ethiopia. Characteristic features of Saho-Afar include the following: * Preservation of the pharyngeal fricatives /ħ/ and /ʕ/ * Consistent Subject-Object-Verb word order * Unique numerals '7' and '8': Saho malħin, baħar, Afar malħina, baħra. * A contrast of high and low tone; gender is often marked by a high-low tone pattern on masculine nouns, low-high on feminine nouns, e.g. báḍà 'son', bàḍá 'daughter'. * The Cushitic prefix conjugation is used commonly (ca. 40% of the vocabulary), and is also applied to loanwords from Ethiopian Semitic. * A general negative prefix má- is used in both the imperative and declarative moods. The past tense of suffix-conjugated verbs uses in addition a single negative suffix for both, the present tense lacks a distinct negative suffix entirely.
  • 萨霍-阿法语屬於亚非语系通行於厄立特里亚、埃塞俄比亚與吉布提等地區。其中,再分出來兩個語言分支:萨霍語、阿法语。
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