Talk:African languages/to do

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  1. Classification history. (Cust, Bleek, Meinhof, Westermann, Guthrie, Greenberg, Mann&Dalby, Ehret, Blench, etc., etc.)
  2. Section Language in Africa — should be expanded, a load of issues that need to be covered are mentioned below.
  3. Map of Francophone, Anglophone, Lusophone, and Arabic regions. Does someone have a neat overview?
  4. language politics (education, government)
  5. national languages vs. official languages
  6. endangered languages
  7. extinct languages
  8. lingua franca
  9. multilinguality
  10. language attitude
  11. literacy
  12. Bibliography, references, further reading: the article should provide the reader with a kick-ass annotated bibliography.

Last update: — mark 08:40, 17 February 2006 (UTC)