Standard Algerian Berber

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Standard Algerian Berber
Tamaziɣt
Native toAlgeria
Native speakers
None
Afro-Asiatic
Official status
Official language in
 Algeria
Regulated byAlgerian Academy of Amazigh Language
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Standard Algerian Berber, or Tamazight, is the standardized national variety of Berber spoken in Algeria. It is under active development since the officialization of Berber in Algeria.[1]

The standardization is largely based on the works of Mouloud Mammeri (le dictionnaire et le précis de grammaire berbère (kabyle), ISBN 9782906659001).[2]

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