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|Bambara Periodic Tables of the Elements|
|Periodická tabulka v bambarštině||O
|[Mamara Periodic Table]|
[English-Bambara dictionary][French-Bambara dictionary]
Bambara, also known as Bamana, and Bamanankan by speakers of the language, is a language spoken in Mali, and to a lesser extent Burkina Faso and Senegal, by as many as six million people (including second language users). The Bambara language is the language of people of the Bambara ethnic group, numbering about 4,000,000 people, but serves also as a lingua franca in Mali (it is estimated that about 80 percent of the population speak it as a first or second language). It is a Subject–object–verb language and has two tones.