Berber languages, also called Amazigh languages, are a large group of about 25 languages, although 90% of speakers speak one of the six major varieties of Berber: Atlas Tamazight, Kabyle, Riffian, Shawi, Tashelhit and Tuareg. A Berber dialect called Guanche was spoken in the Canary Islands but it is now extinct.
In 2001, Berber became a constitutional national language of Algeria and in 2011 Berber became an official language of Morocco. Berber is spoken by 40-50% of Moroccans.
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