|10.48 million (2015-2016)|
Taʽizzi is spoken in Taiz and parts of Ibb. Like the majority of Yemeni dialects, Taʽizzi uses the hard uvular [q] for the classical qāf (ق). Adeni dialect also substitutes dental plosives for dental fricatives: /θ/ becomes /t/, /ð/ becomes /d/, and the two (classical) emphatics, /ðˤ/ and /ɮˤ/, merged into /dˤ/.
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