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South Semitic is a commonly accepted branch of the Semitic
languages. Semitic itself is a branch of the larger Afro-Asiatic
language family found in (northern and eastern) Africa and
(southwestern) Asia. South Semitic is divided into two
uncontroversial branches: South Arabian, on the southern coast of
the Arabian Peninsula, and Ethiopian Semitic, found across the Red
Sea in the Horn of Africa, mainly in modern Ethiopia and Eritrea.
The Ethiopian Semitic languages have by far the greatest numbers of
modern native speakers. Eritrea's main languages are mainly
Tigrinya and Tigre which are North Ethiopic languages while Amharic
(South Ethiopic) is the main language spoken in Ethiopia (along
with Tigrinya in the northern province of Tigray).
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