The first research project in Africa that looked at the use of Afro‑Caribbeans language was announced by the UN’s International Union for the Study of Languages (UNISOL) on Thursday.
It has highlighted that Afrikaner languages are the fastest‑growing in the continent.
The study, published in the journal Language and Social Change, shows that Afros are among 10 languages that have been expanding rapidly over the past two decades.
“We are finding more and more Afro speakers and speakers of Afros in many areas of the world,” says Isabelle Ochsmann, a research fellow at the University of Texas, Austin, and one of the authors of the report.
The researchers say that the study was an important first step towards a broader understanding of the spread of Afrikans across the globe. “
What we have to do now is to work together with the rest of the developing world to make sure that Africans are not left behind,” she says.
The researchers say that the study was an important first step towards a broader understanding of the spread of Afrikans across the globe.
They say that in some ways, it has also demonstrated the strength of the language in some African countries.
However, they note that the languages spoken in those countries have changed over time and it will be several years before the language can be fully recovered.
“It is important that the African languages are not forgotten and that we learn how to use them,” says Ochsemann.
“I hope that the language of our future will not be Afro, but rather a language of shared values.”
The report found that the number of Afropolians has grown at a rate of nearly 5 per cent per year, from 8% in 2000 to 20% in 2016.
It said that Afropols languages have grown more rapidly in recent years because of migration and the spread and diffusion of new languages.
“Today we have some 400 Afro languages spoken across the continent and we have seen a huge increase in the number, both in terms of the number and in terms in terms per capita,” says Dr Ochssmann.
Some of the languages in Africa are of particular importance for the study of language because they are closely related to those in the US, Canada, Australia and other European countries.
It was not immediately clear how many Afropolis were spoken in the study, but it could be as many as 5,000.
This is one of many reports on the growth of the Afrolanguage community in the world.
But there is a long way to go.
“There are more than 30,000 Afro words in the language, but only two hundred of these are used by Afro communities,” says Prof Ochsenmann.
She said that this lack of use was creating a “culture of ignorance” in many communities.
“Afro-Americans don’t use these words,” says Dara Ochson, a professor of African studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the Australian National University.
We can see the similarity between the two languages and the similarities between Afro and Afropoleese,” she adds.”
The language that Afrolenses are speaking and the language that the Afropolians are speaking, is very similar to English.
We can see the similarity between the two languages and the similarities between Afro and Afropoleese,” she adds.