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Learn Adyghe - First words
Hi! Сэлам!
Hello! Уимафэ шIу!
How are you? Сыдэу ущыт?
Good bye! ШIукIэ тызэIокIэх!
See you soon! ШIэхэу тызэрэлъэгъущт!

What is special about the Adyghe language?

The Adyghe language is special for many reasons, including its history, culture, and unique features. With around 125,000 speakers, Adyghe is mainly spoken by the Adyghe people in the Republic of Adygea, Russia, and by the Adyghe diaspora in countries like Turkey, Jordan, and Israel. Historically, the Adyghe language belongs to the Northwest Caucasian language family, which also includes Abkhaz and Ubykh. The Adyghe language has evolved over time, and the Cyrillic script is now used for writing Adyghe, making it more accessible to people from different backgrounds. Adyghe for beginners is one of over 50 free language packs that you can get from us. ‘50LANGUAGES’ is the effective way to learn Adyghe online and for free. Our teaching materials for the Adyghe course are available both online and as iPhone and Android apps.

Adyghe culture has produced many famous poets, writers, and storytellers who have made lasting contributions to the language’s oral and written tradition. Adyghe folklore is rich with myths, legends, and heroic tales that reflect the history and values of the Adyghe people. The Adyghe language has a unique sound and is known for its complex phonology, which includes a large number of consonants and a small number of vowels. This phonetic structure gives the language a distinct character. Adyghe grammar, with its use of ergativity and various verb forms, is also very expressive, allowing for a rich and versatile language. With this course you can learn Adyghe independently - without a teacher and without a language school! The lessons are clearly structured and will help you achieve your goals.

In the arts, the Adyghe language has played a significant role in shaping the Adyghe people’s cultural identity. Adyghe music, which features traditional instruments like the shichepshin, kamyl, and pshina, is famous for its soulful melodies and unique rhythms. Adyghe dance, such as the Khig’am or Nart dance, is characterized by its energetic and graceful movements. The Adyghe language is also the medium through which traditional Adyghe cuisine is preserved and shared. Dishes like haliva, a cornmeal dish with cheese, and psyg’al, a meat pastry, are examples of the unique culinary traditions passed down through generations. Learn Adyghe fast with 100 Adyghe language lessons organized by topic. The MP3 audio files for the lessons were spoken by native Adyghe speakers. They help you improve your pronunciation.

Moreover, the Adyghe language serves as a bridge to understanding the ancient history and culture of the Adyghe people, who have managed to preserve their language and traditions despite historical challenges. The Adyghe language is special because of its historical importance, unique features, rich cultural heritage, and influence on various fields like literature, arts, and cuisine. Learning Adyghe gives you access to a fascinating and expressive language and helps you understand the cultural and intellectual achievements that have shaped the Adyghe people and their rich history.

Even Adyghe beginners can learn Adyghe efficiently with ‘50LANGUAGES’ through the practical sentences. First you will get to know the basic structures of the language. Sample dialogues help you to express yourself in the foreign language. Prior knowledge is not required.

Even advanced learners can repeat and consolidate what they have learned. You learn correct and frequently spoken sentences and you can use them immediately. You will be able to communicate in everyday situations. Use your lunch break or time in traffic to learn a few minutes of Adyghe. You learn on the go as well as at home.