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Ewe is a member of the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family of Niger-Kordofanian. Ewe is in fact a major dialect cluster of the Gbe or Tadoid language cluster, spoken by approximately two and a half million people in Ghana and roughly one million people in Togo. Other large dialect clusters of the Gbe cluster include Fon (Benin and southwest Nigeria), Gen (Togo and Benin), Aja (Togo and Benin) and Xwla-Xwedia.

Among the four principal dialects of Ewe, there is a great deal of dialectal variation, with most being distinguished by phonological differences. Broadly, the dialects can be grouped geographically into coastal, southern, central, and northern dialects. All dialects are mutually intelligible. Key dialects: Anglo (Anlo), Awuna, Hudu, Kotafoa and Mina (Gen or Gengbe).

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