Dear members of Ning,

     class given in New York for those out of NY can  register and  start class by Skype. We also

                                     have launched Amharic classes for every one and to any states. Must be at least 5-10 students already registered

                                                                                                    to learn Amharic for that state. 

              For more information contact us.

Cheers,

  Learn Amharic 

Learn Amharic

Learn to speak the language of Ethiopia!

Welcome to Learn Amharic!

Learn Amharic is a Web site where you can learn to speak Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia. A Semitic language, Amharic is spoken by millions of Ethiopians around the world.

Africa's oldest independent nation, remains essentially hidden to the world. We hope that by offering useful tools and materials for learning Amharic, we hope Ethiopia its language, culture and traditions will become fresh and vital for learners of all ages and walks of life.

Whether you are an Ethiopian living in the disapora hoping to re-connect yourself or your children with your native culture, or a family raising adopted Ethiopian children as your own, or an admirer of the language, culture, music, there's a place for you here in our community of learners.

Buy "Laqech One" and start learning Amharic today!

In addition to our learning resources available here on Learn Amharic, we also offer an introductory text book to the language of Amharic. Amharic Ethiopian Script: Laqech One is the first in an ongoing series of instructional text books by our resident Amharic teacher Zewditu Fesseha. You can learn more about the text book and purchase it from a variety of retailers including Amazon, Barnes & Nobles , Border's and Zewditu's book publisher, Authorhouse. You can see a preview of the book at Amazon.

 she has taught several Amharic sessions this year. If you are interested in joining her next session or would like private tutoring, please contact Zewditu at lakech_one@yahoo.com.

Fidel, the alphabet system used to read and speak Amharic, is made up of 33 base characters, each with its own unique sound We choose Amharic Word of the Day words based on the Ethiopian Fidel characters used to pronounce them.  Let us explain.Fidel from each base character, another six characters are derived. And each of these characters also have a unique pronunciation. Our word choices follow the order in which the base characters and their "children" characters are presented 

ሀ-ha  ሁ-hu  ሂ-hi  ሃ-haa  ሄ-hey  ህ-h  ሆ- ho

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dialog of the week 19 April ,2014

Posted by Zewditu Fesseha on April 19, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

መናፈሻ መሄድ/-menafesha mehed-Going to park

መናፈሻ ውስጥ ኳስ ይጫወታሉ /menasha wst kuwas ychawotalu- in the park people play ball

መናፈሻ ውስጥ ቴኒስ ይሻወታሉ /menafesha wst  tenis ychawotalu-in the park people plays tenis.

እኒም እጫወታለሁ /enem echawotalehu -me too

Amharic Word of the day 18th of April,2014

Posted by Zewditu Fesseha on April 18, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Fidel of the day is nga-ኛ

Welcome to Learn Amharic where you can learn a new word in Amharic every day.The word of the day; pronounced <ተኛ tegnawhich means <slept…

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Amharic Word of the day 17 th of April 2014

Posted by Zewditu Fesseha on April 17, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Fidel of the day is ngi -ኚ

Welcome to Learn Amharic where you can learn a new word in Amharic every day.The word of the day; pronounced <ተኚtengiwhich means <sleep(F)…

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Amharic Word of the day 16th of April 2014

Posted by Zewditu Fesseha on April 16, 2014 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Fidel of the day is ngu -ኙ

Welcome to Learn Amharic where you can learn a new word in Amharic every day.The word of the day; pronounced <ተኙ tenguwhich means <slept…

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I'm trying to pronounce amharic

Started by Nicholas Bailey. Last reply by Nicholas Bailey Apr 21, 2011. 3 Replies

When I hear someone speak amharic, I write the sound, for example: senikenemasacho, btyetno, besilklitkn,  yetebesadabo, eskelbito, mezaha, etc.  By using the fidel, I can translate amharic writing…Continue

All About Ethiopia

Started by Victor Haseman. Last reply by Zewditu Fesseha Aug 30, 2010. 4 Replies

Learn Amharic is a place where you can learn to speak Amharic. It is also a place where our community of learners can share what they know about the language, culture and people of Ethiopia. We…Continue

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Looking for Amharic tutor or classes in Seattle

Started by David Avraham Jun 19, 2010. 0 Replies

I am looking to take Amhaaric Lessons in Seattle area or classesDaviddavidcliftonpitts@live.comContinue

How do you say... in Amharic?

Started by Victor Haseman. Last reply by Zewditu Fesseha Dec 5, 2009. 1 Reply

One of the best ways to learn Amharic is by learning practical phrases. Submit your questions about Amharic phrases and we will do our best to reply with answers. The best of your questions will get…Continue

Tags: Phrases, Amharic, Basic

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dialog of the week 19 April ,2014

መናፈሻ መሄድ/-menafesha mehed-Going to parkመናፈሻ ውስጥ ኳስ ይጫወታሉ /menasha wst kuwas ychawotalu- in the park people play ballመናፈሻ ውስጥ ቴኒስ ይሻወታሉ /menafesha wst  tenis ychawotalu-in the park people plays tenis.እኒም እጫወታለሁ /enem echawotalehu -me tooSee More
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Amharic Word of the day 18th of April,2014

Fidel of the day is nga-ኛWelcome to Learn Amharic where you can learn a new word in Amharic every day.The word of the day; pronounced <ተኛ tegna> which means <slept>MCome back daily for new Amharic Word.Thank you for readingSee More
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Amharic session

 

Dear members of Ning,

 Amharic session in New York city is coming soon .For those out of NY we accommodating class  by Skype.

 For more information contact us.

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