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Chadana lingui esas subfamilio del Afro-Aziana linguaro, konsitanta ek 135 lingui parolata en Afrika, nome en Nigeria, Nijer, Chad, Centrafrika e Kamerun. La linguo maxim parolata de ta grupo esas Hausa, kun 5 milioni parolanti. Ol uzesas kom lingua franca en granda parto di Ocidental Afrika. Altra Chadana lingui esas min parolata, de 500 mil til kelka mili personi.

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  • Ehret, Christofer (1995): Reconstructing Proto-Afroasiatic (Proto-Afrasian): Vowels, Tone, Consonants, and Vocabulary. Berkeley, Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1995.[1]
  • Lukas, Johannes (1936): "The linguistic situation in the Lake Chad area in Central Africa.", Africa, 9, 332–349.
  • Newman, Paul (1977): "Chadic classification and reconstructions." in Afroasiatic Linguistics 5, 1, 1–42.
  • Newman, Paul (1978): "Chado-Hamitic 'adieu': new thoughts on Chadic language classification", in Fronzaroli, Pelio (ed.), Atti del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Linguistica Camito-Semítica. Florence: Instituto de Linguistica e di Lingue Orientali, Universita di Firenze, 389–397.
  • Newman, Paul (1980): The Classification of Chadic within Afroasisatic. Leiden: Universitaire Pers Leiden.
  • Newman, Paul (1987): "Hausa and the Chadic Languages". in The Major Languages of South Asia, the Middle East and Africa, ed. Bernard Comrie, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-05772-8.
  • Newman, Paul and Ma, Roxana (1966) 'Comparative Chadic: phonology and lexicon.' Journal of African Languages, 5, 218–251.
  • Schuh, Russell (2003) 'Chadic overview', in M. Lionel Bender, Gabor Takacs, and David L. Appleyard (eds.), Selected Comparative-Historical Afrasian Linguistic Sudies in Memory of Igor M. Diakonoff, LINCOM Europa, 55–60.