The Khoisan language family is the smallest of the languages families of Africa.
The language is used at all levels of education and in the media.
Many of the Khoisan languages have five vowels /i/, /e/, /a/, /o/, /u/ which can be produced with additional features, such as nasalization, pharyngealization, and different voice qualities such as breathy and creaky voice, sometimes resulting in up to 40 different vowels.
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