Jamaw ta Marbinto: Kabarre ta Gala ɗo bi ka Iisa Masi iŋ daŋla (DAANT)
Dangaléat (daa) Chad There are 45,000 speakers of Dangaléat, with 30,000 in Dangaléat Canton in Southwestern Chad. The specific area is in the Guéra region, Guéra Department, Mongo and Bitkine subprefectures, west of Mongo. The West Dangaléat dialect is spoken around Korbo; the Central dialect around Barlo, and the Koubo Adougoul dialect to the east around Korlongo. Other names for Dangaléat include Danal, Dangal, and Dangla. Intelligibility between east and west dialects is low, but the central dialect is well understood. Dangaléat is classified as Afro-Asiatic, Chadic, East, B, B.1, 1. Most of the population also speak Chadian Spoken Arabic. There is a low literacy rate among speakers. Written materials include a dictionary, grammar and Bible portions. The writing system is the Latin script.
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