Lele is an East Chadic language spoken in the Tandjilé Region in the southwest Chad, particularly in the Tandjilé Ouest department to the south of the town of Kélo. In 1991 there were about 26,000 speakers of Lele.
Lele is written with the Latin alphabet, and is taught in some primary schools.
Lele has three tones: high, mid and low. The high tone is indicated by an acute accent (á), the low tone is indicated with a grave accent (à), and the mid tone is not marked.
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Information about Lele
Bade, Barein, Dangaléat, Gawar, Goemai, Hausa, Kera, Lele, Marba, Migaama, Miya, Moloko, Musey, Mwaghavul, Ngizim, Polci, Sokoro, Somrai, Tangale, Tumak
Languages written with the Latin alphabet
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