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- n. a family of languages of the Fulani of West Africa and used as a lingua franca in the sub-Saharan regions from Senegal to Chad; the best known of the West African languages
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I'm speaking 5 languages: French and wolof (my native language) well, trying to speak English and Spanish and peul (another national language) but just a little bit.
True Guineans are nice people but the peul/fulani ethnic group behave like animals and the police force handled them like such.
-- Tok xohpe [c] a oh Cakchequel vinak, kitzih vi chi xambey chic xoh peul pa Tullan, mani hunchic [c] o can ok xoh pe, que cha ri [t] a [t] avitz, Çactecauh, xoh pixabax chi pe: He ree ahay a chinamit he, que ucheex [c] ari [t] eka [c] uch, Ba [c] ahol, Cibakihay.