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በዚህ ፕሮግራም ላይ ተሳታፊ ከሚሆኑት አየር መንገዶች ውስጥ አንዱ አንጋፋው የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ (Ethiopian Airlines) በተቀዳሚነት እንዲታይ እና መንገዶኞቻችን በይበልጥ የሀገራችንን አየር መንገድ እንዲጠቀሙ በማሰብ ቅድሚያ የተሰጠው ሲሆን፣  ሌሎችም እንደ ብሪትሽ አየር መንገድ (British Airways) ሉፍታንዛ (Lufthansa) እና  ቨርጂን (Virgin Airlines) እና ኬኤልኤም(KLM) የመሳሰሉት አየር መንገዶችንም ያቀፈ ነው፡፡  more

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አማርኛ የኢትዮጵያ ብሔራዊ ቋንቋ ሲሆን፣ የራሱ የሆነ ፍደል እና ስርዓት ያለው ከ3000አመት በላይ ታሪክ ያለው ቋንቋ፡፡ እኛ የአማርኛ ትርጉም ከመስራትመ ባሸገር የአማርኛ ሶፈት ዌር ሰርተን በገበያ ላይ አውለናን፡፡

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Amharic is Ethiopian National Language

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Amharic (አማርኛ) is a Semitic language spoken in  Ethiopia. It is the "official working" language  of Ethiopia and thus has official status nationwide. It is also the official or working language of several of the states within the federal system, including Amhara and the multi-ethnic Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples region. It has been the working language of government, the military, and of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church throughout modern times. Outside Ethiopia, Amharic is the language of some 2.7 million emigrants (notably in Egypt, Israel and Sweden), and is spoken in Eritrea by Eritrean deportees from Ethiopia.

It is written using a writing system called fidel or abugida, adapted from the one used for the now-extinct Ge'ez language.

Amharic Abugida Symbols ("Fidels" ፊደል)
Note: This page contains
IPA phonetic symbols
in Unicode.
Please note that this chart is incomplete. Some phonemes have more than one series of possible symbols; only illustrative examples for /k/ and /h/ are shown (the latter has four series!). While the consonants have been grouped by manner of articulation (refer to the phoneme chart above), the vowels are listed in citation order. The citation form for each series is the consonant+/E/ form, i.e. the first column of fidels. You will need a font that supports Ethiopic, such as GF Zemen Unicode (available at ftp://ftp.ethiopic.org/pub/fonts/TrueType/gfzemenu.ttf ), in order to view the fidels.

Non-speakers are often disconcerted or astonished by the remarkable similarity of many of the symbols. This is mitigated somewhat because like many Semitic languages, Amharic uses triconsonantal roots in its verb morphology. The upshot of this is that a fluent speaker of Amharic can decipher written text by observing which consonants are noted, with the vowel variants being supplemental detail.

Chart of Amharic Fidels (Not in traditional order) u i a e ə o
p ፐ ፑ ፒ ፓ ፔ ፕ ፖ
t ተ ቱ ቲ ታ ቴ ት ቶ
c ቸ ቹ ቺ ቻ ቼ ች ቾ
k ከ ኩ ኪ ካ ኬ ክ ኮ
ኸ ኹ ኺ ኻ ኼ ኽ ኾ
b በ ቡ ቢ ባ ቤ ብ ቦ
d ደ ዱ ዲ ዳ ዴ ድ ዶ
J ጀ ጁ ጂ ጃ ጄ ጅ ጆ
g ገ ጉ ጊ ጋ ጌ ግ ጎ
p ጰ ጱ ጲ ጳ ጴ ጵ ጶ
t ጠ ጡ ጢ ጣ ጤ ጥ ጦ
c ጨ ጩ ጪ ጫ ጬ ጭ ጮ
k ቀ ቁ ቂ ቃ ቄ ቅ ቆ
7 አ ኡ ኢ ኣ ኤ እ ኦ
ts ጸ ጹ ጺ ጻ ጼ ጽ ጾ
f ፈ ፉ ፊ ፋ ፌ ፍ ፎ
s ሰ ሱ ሲ ሳ ሴ ስ ሶ
S ሸ ሹ ሺ ሻ ሼ ሽ ሾ
h ሀ ሁ ሂ ሃ ሄ ህ ሆ
ሐ ሑ ሒ ሓ ሔ ሕ ሖ
z ዘ ዙ ዚ ዛ ዜ ዝ ዞ
Z ዠ ዡ ዢ ዣ ዤ ዥ ዦ
m መ ሙ ሚ ማ ሜ ም ሞ
n ነ ኑ ኒ ና ኔ ን ኖ
ኘ ኙ ኚ ኛ ኜ ኝ ኞ
w ወ ዉ ዊ ዋ ዌ ው ዎ
l ለ ሉ ሊ ላ ሌ ል ሎ
j የ ዩ ዪ ያ ዬ ይ ዮ
r ረ ሩ ሪ ራ ሬ ር ሮ

Semitic languages
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

12th century Hebrew Bible script The Semitic languages are a family of languages spoken by more than 250 million people across much of the Middle East, where they originated, and North and East Africa. They constitute the northeastern subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic languages, and the only family of this group spoken in Asia.

The most widely spoken Semitic language today is Arabic by far, followed by Amharic, Hebrew, and Tigrinya. Semitic languages were among the earliest to attain a written form, with Akkadian writing beginning in the middle of the third millennium BC. The term "Semitic" for these languages, after Shem son of Noah, is etymologically a misnomer in some ways (see Semitic), but is nonetheless standard.

The Eastern Semitic Languages
Akkadian language -- extinct
Controversial (either East Semitic or Northwest Semitic): Eblaite language -- extinct


Northwest Semitic languages
Canaanite languages (see also Hebrew languages)
Ammonite language -- extinct
Moabite language -- extinct
Edomite language -- extinct
Biblical Hebrew language -- live descendants
Phoenician languages (including the later Punic) -- extinct
Aramaic language
Syriac language
Mandaic language
Ugaritic language -- extinct
Amorite language -- extinct (attested only from proper names transcribed in Akkadian; may effectively be the parent language of Northwest Semitic, or even pre-date the split of Central Semitic.)

South Central (Arabic) languages
Arabic language
See also Varieties of Arabic
Maltese language

The South Semitic languages

Western (within South Semitic)
Ethiopic languages
North
Tigrinya language
Tigre language
Ge'ez language
South
Transverse
Amharic language
Argobba language
Gafat language -- extinct
Harari language
East Gurage languages
Selti language
Wolane language
Zway language
Ulbare language
Inneqor language
Outer
Soddo language
Goggot language
Muher language
West Gurage languages
Masqan language
Ezha language
Gura language
Gyeto language
Ennemor language
Endegen language
Old South Arabian -- extinct
Sabaean language -- extinct
Minaean language -- extinct
Qatabanian language -- extinct
Hadhramautic languages -- extinct
 


Eastern (within South Semitic)
Soqotri language
Mehri language
Jibbali language
Harsusi language
Bathari language
Hobyot language

See Also
List of Proto-Semitic roots
Proto-Semitic
Proto-Canaanite alphabet
Middle Bronze Age alphabets


 

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