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Bambara, known in the language itself as Bamanankan, is spoken by over two and a half million people in Mali and is widely considered the national language, although it is not officially recognized as such. Close to 500,000 people speak Bambara outside Mali in the West African countries Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Gambia, Guinea, Mauritania, and Senegal. Bambara is closely related to Dioula, one of the most widely used trade languages in West Africa.

Bambara is a Niger-Congo language that belongs to the Manding group of Western Mande languages. Bambara is most closely related to Jula and Marka. Other Manding languages include Manya, Maninka, Mahou, Koyago, Koro, Worodoudou, and Wojenaka. Numerous regional dialects are attested. Approximately 80% of the Mali population speak some dialect of Bambara. For the most part, these regional dialects are mutually intelligible, differing mainly along the phonological dimension.

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