No language in the world is less important. Resulam, Resurrection of Minor Languages has the ultimate goal of putting on the same page all languages in the world.
Fe'efe'e also called Nufi, is one of many varieties of bamilékées languages spoken in the western region of Cameroon. It is spoken mainly in the department of Haut-Nkam, in the villages around Bafang city. It is a language sister of Ghomala', Yemba, Medumba Ngyembong, and Nda'nda'.
Whatever the part of Bamileke region you originate from, this quiz is interesting for you, because you will be pleasantly surprised to know that we have a common language, which over time has undergone a dispersion through an ill-fated linguistics’ prism. Other cameroonian languages are to come, of course with your collaboration.
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Keywords: Bamileke languages, Bantu languages, fe'efe'e, nufi, cameroonian languages, ghomala', yemba, medumba, ngyembong, nda'nda'