Algerian Arabic is a variety of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Algeria by about 20 million people. It is mainly used as spoken language in homes and between friends, and also in songs, and is rarely written down. Algerian Arabic has a Berber substrate and many loan words from French, Spanish and Turkish.
Information about Algerian Arabic pronunciation compiled by Wolfram Siegel
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