Sokoro is a East Chadic language spoken by about 5,000 people in central of Chad, mainly in Gogmi Canton to the west of the town of Melfi (ملفي) in the south of the Guéra Region.
Sokoro is can be written with a version of the Latin alphabet, and there have been literacy classes in the language since 2002. Parts of the Bible have been translated into Sokoro.
h is pronounced [h] in loanwords from other languages.
Meƴ, dya ti ina á sine niya gara kam kamɓi ka, á bokdiŋ bukuŋ baŋ gara gabti kunduŋ, bokdiŋ miƴin baŋ gara otti laiti geeɗu.
The woman, the day she decides to dance, she informs the people who are going to type the tamtam and also the women who are going to sing to her.
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Information about Sokoro
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