By Kazuhiro Kawachi
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Extra info for A grammar of Sidaama (Sidamo), a Cushitic language of Ethiopia
The instruction of language at school in the Sidaama zone was Amharic until about 1994, when the new government permitted the use of local languages for education; since then, the language of instruction has been Sidaama (Alemu and Tekleselassie 2006). • Markets Markets take place almost every day in different locations. In each location, a market is usually held two days a week. , k’awaado, k’awallanka, deela) is given to each market. At a large market, a wide variety of items including cattle are sold, but at a small market, only limited types of items, especially those for immediate consumption, are sold.
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