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24 February 2010

The Semitic family includes languages and dialects spoken by a large number of native speakers (around 300 million). Prominent members of this family are Arabic (and its varieties), Hebrew, Amharic, Tigrinya, Aramaic, Maltese and Syriac. Their shared ancestry is apparent through pervasive cognate sharing, a rich and productive pattern-based morphology, and similar syntactic constructions. In addition, there are several languages which are used in the same geographic area such as Amazigh or (...)

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